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Montreal, QC – February 19, 2015
Live Video: Check Out MR. GOSHNESS Capture Punk And Pop Spirit In Paramore Inspired Track ‘5 Personalities’
L-R: Will Wotten, Mark Tardif(Guitar and Vocals), Kaliandra Capri (Vocals and Guitar), Aidaen Carson (Keyboard), and Zack Friend (Drums)
Photo Credit – Vic Kirby
Live – Mr. Goshness – ‘Five Personalities’ – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wdXNAr6FiM
Resolutions – Bandcamp Free Download here.
Resolutions – Soundcloud Free Download here.
Resolutions – Youtube Song Stream here.
Album Stream – A Guide To All Things Twisted – Listen here.
Tucked away in Nanaimo, B.C., pop punk group Mr. Goshness filmed their song ‘Five Personalities’ at Tiger Music Mountain thanks to the help of videographers Josh McNair and Greg Weller. Captured in all its excitable glory, the 6:00 min video was filmed during the band’s 2014 CD release party for their latest release ‘A Guide To All Things Twisted’. As you watch the live video, you can see and hear vocalist Kaliandra delivering a performance alluding to Hayley Williams from Paramore in terms of vocal power and smooth transitions. The progression follows a non-traditional pop song and again features a Mr. Goshness favourite… Breakdowns!
Aidaen Carson had this to say about the live footage for ‘Five Personalities:
“Hey! Feast your ears on our new video. This song is one of my personal favorites from the album because of its energy level, complexity, progression, and style. If you want to listen to a song that makes you think, check this track out… if you want to rock out, turn this track on… if you want a good mix of keyboards, tasty guitar riffs, or drum fiestas, then crank it to 11 and get ready for an adventure. Thank you for listening!”
To watch ‘Five Personalities’, please visit the following link here.
Mr. Goshness aren’t afraid to go in several directions, showing off their influence from many different genres to maintain a sound all their own. Their album is a powerful and fearless twelve track experience full of catchy vocals, heavy guitars, creative arrangements and intelligent musicianship as they evolve to give fans an entertaining stage show. Producer Jim Blair describes them as “a deranged cocktail of pop, progressive metal, and Kurt Weil show tunes.”.
Track Listing: Mr. Goshness – A Guide To All Things Twisted
- 71 (3:49)
- Sea Of Slumbers (3:28)
- For The Cause! (3:28)
- Resolutions (5:04)
- Drank Too Much Wine (3:59)
- The Nervous Kind (3:16)
- Shine And Recover (3:25)
- Five Personalities (5:52)
- Jealous John (3:52)
- Blind (4:02)
- Two Thousand Pieces (3:36)
- A Guide To All Things Twisted (5:19)
Album Length: 49:16
For more info, please visit http://www.mrgoshness.com
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“Resolutions” is all over the place musically, but it somehow comes together to form peaceful chaos.” – Magnet Magazine
“a very unique cornucopia of sounds and vibes” – National Rock Review
“A Guide To All Things Twisted is an amazing album…my favourites on the album are Resoloutions, Drank Too Much Wine, The Nervous Kind and For The Cause.” – Canadian Beats
“Taking influence from many different genres, Mr. Goshness isn’t afraid to go in several directions, all while maintaining its own sound. Whether it’s Kaliandra Capri’s and Mark Tardif’s pristine vocal harmonies, Aidaen Carson”s keyboard wizardry, or Zack Friend and Myles Dunne’s tight grooves, Mr. Goshness continues to evolve and grow. Catchy vocals, heavy guitars and creative arrangements are abundant on their debut album “A Guide To All Things Twisted.”…twelve powerful and fearless tracks,” – Count Yourself In Media
“a deranged cocktail of pop, progressive metal, and Kurt Weil show tunes.” – Jim Blair (Producer)
“As one who for decades has deeply appreciated unabashed symphonic exploration and grandiose statements within rock and pop, an approach to making music such as that displayed by Mr. Goshness pleases me no end.” – David Morrison at The Freelance Writer
“The theatrical pomp of Muse; Elfman’s dizzying orchestrations; the power-pop perfection of Jellyfish; the Fab Four’s melodic genius, and Mother Mother’s big, contemporary pop hooks are all over this brilliant offering.” – David Morrison at The Freelance Writer
“I cherish bands who follow their own tune and take risks in the name of originality — so kudos, Mr. Goshness.” – Mark Anthony Brennan at Ride The Tempo