British Columbia’s Mr. Goshness perfom ‘Resolutions’ live at Tiger Mountain Music

By on February 5, 2015
Mr. Goshness

British Columbia’s indie music scene darlings Mr. Goshness are releasing a live video of their song ‘Resolutions’ recorded by Josh McNair and Greg Weller at Tiger Mountain Music. Filming took place the night of their cd release party and captured their pleasant on stage demeanor. Kaliandra gracefully breaks up the song to pick up the pace and lead viewers deeper into the music. ‘Resolutions’ is all about timing used in combination with every element of the band (Keyboard, guitar, and vocals) to showcase the complexity of the song.

Our album release party was an incredible night that none of us will ever forget, playing ‘Resolutions’ was a special part of the night as that song starts off a lot more intimate than our other songs.  This song can be quite challenging to play live so there was a lot of rehearsal time spent getting the song just right.” – Mark Tardif.


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.”.

‘A Guide To All Things Twisted’ is now available on iTunes and Bandcamp.



A Guide To All Things Twisted

Track Listing: Mr. Goshness – A Guide To All Things Twisted

1. 71 (3:49)

2. Sea Of Slumbers (3:28)

3. For The Cause! (3:28)

4. Resolutions (5:04)

5. Drank Too Much Wine (3:59)

6. The Nervous Kind (3:16)

7. Shine And Recover (3:25)

8. Five Personalities (5:52)

9. Jealous John (3:52)

10. Blind (4:02)

11. Two Thousand Pieces (3:36)

12. A Guide To All Things Twisted (5:19)

Album Length: 49:16

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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.