Peekaboo Music Magazine recently spoke with Josh Klinghoffer, also known as Pluralone. Klinghoffer, who was in Red Hot Chili Peppers for a decade until 2019, has another project called Dot Hacker and this interview starts with Klinghoffer explaining how Pluralone is different from that group. He explains that his new LP, To Be One With You, “was sort of defined by the idea to do some recording with Jack Irons. He and I had become friends when he opened for the RHCP throughout 2017, and his willingness to be involved in the record I wanted to make was helpful in getting it off the ground.” As the interview progresses, Klinghoffer talks about his influences and songwriting process, and what the handful of collaborators on the new LP (Flea, Eric Avery, Eric Gardner, and Clint Walsh) add to the mix. Read it here.