Released: June 23, 2015
Produced by: Mike Gevaza and Video Beast
Engineered by: Mike Gevaza
Assistant Engineer: Matt Gevaza
Video Beast began recording their twisted masterpiece known as Gooch in the beginning of 2014. They had recently acquired Continental Studio’s very own Matt Gevaza on bass had ten songs ready to be immortalized on digital wax. The album was recorded very quickly and poignantly with a focus on capturing the best and most inspired performances in the highest definition possible. One particularly cool moment comes at the end of the opening track “Hombre” we recorded the end piece with a field recorder on the nearby Pulaski Bridge which connects Brooklyn and Queens. Takes were timed to occur as cars passed in order to create the realistic effect of a homeless vagabond performing this piece on the side of the road. Gooch has received many positive reviews on music and arts websites including Indie Bushwick, the Big Takeover and Heavy Metal Time Machine.