Interview with . . . Paris Music Corp.

Experimental music composer John Andrew Paris of Paris Music Corp. has released an album, which is available online. Paris took some time out of their day to answer a few questions. Please welcome Paris Music Corp. to the blog.

Interview with . . . Paris Music Corp.

Band/Artist Name*

Paris Music Corp.

Where was your first concert as a fan? As a performer?

Pink Floyd on the Animals tour in Houston Texas is where i saw my first concert. Many concerts paled in comparison afterwards.

Do you have a bucketlist? If so, what’s on it?

Paris Music Corp. is looking to release more LPs in the near future. I want to be as prolific as possible. I am also very interested in scoring films. I have scored a documentary and also a horror short.

What was the last thing that you read?

Probably one of the last reviews of my music that was published recently. “Hauntingly beautiful. ambiently aloof, Paris Music Corp. creates music that ventures outside the comfort zones of synth-pop and adds a surreal and cinematic edge.”

What are you listening to at the moment?

It seems that I have had Tobacco’s “Ripe and Majestic” in heavy rotation as of late.

If you weren’t a musician, what would you be doing?

Well if I had to give it up, I would be a film maker. Hey wait- I’m already a film maker! I directed and produced an historical documentary “Andy Paris: Bubble Gum King”! Its available on Amazon Prime and iTunes and many other platforms.

Who would you like to collaborate with in the future?

Paris Music Corp. would probably like to collaborate with someone ambient like Casino Versus Japan. We could trade off zoned out drones. Or perhaps I could play distorted bass for Tobacco.

What do you want people to know about your music?

I would like people to approach Paris Music Corp. with an open mind. Its instrumental material but does have the occasional voice in the music. This is music that is very visual and an excellent headphone trip for those who are adventurous.


“Just a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.

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