August 1st, 2016 by David Weiss
inKeep your eyes peeled out the next time you’re traversing a bucolic East Village block. Put on your The Force goggle and you just might see it: The studio that made the Kessel Run in under 12 parsecs.
This is the creative space of the prolific music-to-picture composer Goldi, and it’s safe to say there’s no studio like Goldishack anywhere in Manhattan – oh heck, the galaxy. It’s a Millennium Falcon of a facility, camouflaged within a genuine carriage house built in the 1890s.
Goldi has made more than a few modifications to this peaceful-feeling structure. Long ago the gentile rhythm of horseshoes shuffled around down below, mixed with busywork unfolding in the office above.