Kosha Dillz: Well for one I have to say I love the Jersey Shore. I’m a fan of places like [Long Beach Island], Belmar and I’m particularly fond of the Lower East Side. Outside of the United States one of my favorite places is Israel.
KD: Yes, I’m actually in a hiking club in [Los Angeles]. We normally take the trail on Running Canyon. It overlooks all of LA. I’m part of a good group of people. Many of them aren’t from the LA area so its nice to get different perspectives.
SR: That is awesome! How would you say music and travel fit together?
KD: It’s an entire experience. The whole experience is really cool. You never know who you’re going to meet — who you may run into at the airport. It’s just really cool that music lets you experience those things. That’s what traveling is kind of all about. I still stay in touch with these people [I meet].
SR: That’s one of our biggest reasons behind SCP — connecting people, bringing people together. What does it mean to you to really connect with the locals and get intertwined with their culture?
KD: Whenever we go to places we don’t get paid all that much so a lot of the times I stay with people at their homes. They help us out a lot.
SR: That’s a good way to really see a destination and get a true sense for what’s going on. Talk a little bit about your travel on Warped Tour.
KD: We roll into parking lots daily. On the weekends we stop at the truck stops. I think it’s cool because you never know where you’ll end up and who you may meet along the way.