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Cosmic Beat

by One Way Out

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Who Are You 04:44
In Between 05:18
Freedom Man 03:20
No More 06:28
Coming Back 03:52
Sunset Song 05:00


released March 8, 2019

Cosmic Beat
-One Way Out
Released March 8th, 2019

Who Are You
Written by Joshua Matthew Gaba and Jacob Aaron Schaefer
In Between
Written by Joshua Matthew Gaba and Jacob Aaron Schaefer
In Your Breeze
Written by Joshua Matthew Gaba and Adin Geist Topping
Freedom Man
Written by Adin Geist Topping
No More
Written by Joshua Matthew Gaba and Jacob Aaron Schaefer
Coming Back
Written by Joshua Matthew Gaba, Giulio Iacoviello, Jacob Aaron Schaefer, and Adin Geist Topping
Sunset Song
Written by Joshua Matthew Gaba and Adin Geist Topping

One Way Out is…
Josh Gaba - Lead and Backing Vocals
Giulio Iacoviello - Bass Guitar
Ari Rubenstein - Keyboard and Backing Vocals
Jake Schaefer - Lead and Rhythm Guitars
Geist Topping - Drums

Produced by One Way Out, Ben Green, and Rob Wolk
Recorded November-December, 2018 at Ivakota in Washington, DC
Engineering and Mixing by Ben Green
Mastering by Mike Monseur
Artwork by Geist Topping

Thank you to our parents and our families for the constant support. None of this would be possible without you.
Thank you to Rob Wolk for the endless wisdom, spontaneous phone calls, and for continuing to guide us through the complicated world of music from 2,000 miles away.
Thank you to Ben Green for making us feel at home while recording and mixing our album. Thank you for putting up with us for seven days, and pushing us to bring our music to another level.
Thank you to Mike Monseur for mastering our record.
Thank you to Carter Louthian for shooting and editing two amazing videos and keeping us company while backstage at DC9.
Thank you to Dadrian Collins, Frank O. Agbro, and Katea Stitt of WPFW FM for providing fantastic opportunities to promote the band.
Thank you to our friends, fans, listeners, and any of those who have come to our shows for supporting us in what we do and providing the energy that keeps us going.
Thank you to Monk for being our unpaid roadie and sound-man, and for coming in clutch at all times.

Geist would like to thank his parents for instilling in him a passion for music and art that has carried him this far and will last with him forever. He wants to thank his brother and sister, grandparents, along with all of his friends and extended family for encouraging him to go further in everything he does and for supporting his work. Finally, Geist would like to thank his therapist for making him realize how crazy he really is and his drum teachers for immigrating to America.

Giulio would like to extend appreciation out to his parents, Claudia and Matteo, for supporting him through this process, as well as his brother, Filippo, for being the band’s #1 fan. He also wants to thank his teachers through the years, Mr. Chisholm and Jeremy Levine, for helping him define and develop his passion for music.

Jake would like to thank his parents, Rob and Susan, and brother, Nathan, for always being encouraging with the band and music. He would also like to thank Jonah Buchanan for teaching him the importance of being a musician — not just a guitarist. Lastly, thank you to all of the friends and people throughout the music scene who have helped the band progress.

Ari would like to thank his early music influences such as his Dad, Barton Rubenstein, Stanley Edwards, and Amy Martin. He would also like to thank his current music influences such as Imagine Dragons, the Refs, and other musicians at his school who keep him inspired with music. He would also like to thank his parents, and the other parents of the band for supporting us throughout this journey.

Josh would like to thank his parents, Nancy and Michael, for encouraging music and for providing support for Josh through all of his music endeavors. He would also like to thank his brother for being one of his largest motivators and for opening Josh’s eyes to much of the music he appreciates today. Josh would also like to thank Jim Williams, his vocal coach, as well as Jason Struck, his choir director. Lastly, Josh would like to thank his grandmother Susan who has provided much of his inspiration to be involved in music and to be part of the band.


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One Way Out Washington, D.C.

“Make no mistake: young DC rockers One Way Out can fill a room.” One Way Out is an original rock band from Washington D.C., packing venues in their hometown before any of them had even graduated high school. “Not only can they pack a room full of fans but they can play like seasoned champs, filling a space with the sound of rock ‘n’ roll.” ... more


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