In these dire days of economic recession, The Plush Interior, originally a 9 piece band with full horn section, was faced with a tough decision. So instead of writing better songs or carefully planning their next move, they decided to let go of most of their members.
Now only a duo, with Vincent Denis on Guitar and Andrew Gordon on Drums, changes had to be made.
On the downside, Vincent had to add two lower strings to his guitar and learn a whole new technique to allow him to play both a bass part with his left hand, while his right hand plays the melodies and solos.
On the upside with now only two members left, they decided to invest all that extra cash into fancy equipment to mask their very average skills.
Trying to cash in on the current trend of duos like the White Stripes or the Black Keys, The Plush Interior made the crucial mistake of foregoing a trendy look and vocals, and instead playing an instrumental blend of jazz, funk & rock that is both hard to define and chock full of overzealous jams.
Now a power duo (whose powers include invisibility to record labels and super speed to avoid bill collectors), The Plush Interior is probably rockin� some Bingo hall somewhere while you are comfortably sitting here reading this.
Well as you can tell, a lot of effort has been put into making absolutely sure you get tantalized by their epic tale, so do us a favor and go give the boys a hand.