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New Myths bring blend of new wave and alt rock to Brooklyn Bazaar 11.16

The thing that makes New Myths so hard to pin down is, paradoxically, how familiar their music feels. The synths and dance beats are recognizably new wave, but the guitar tones pay tribute to angsty alt-rock. To top it off there’s a mood of goth darkness veiling the vocal harmonies and instruments below it. Blended together, New Myths’ sound is relatable yet exciting calling to mind alternative classics without over-referencing any particular artist. You can experience it live next at Brooklyn Bazaar on November 16th. – Cameron Carr





New Myths celebrate 'Gimme Noise' album release at Cameo on 10.17

Girl powered synth pop/rock trio New Myths, a band we've been following (and booking) since its inception, is about to celebrate the release of their debut LP 'Give Me Noise' with a show at Cameo Gallery on Friday October 17 - you can also catch them during CMJ at Union Hall on 10.21. At first listen, the new material in the album gives the impression of a more driven sound, where distorted guitars match in volume and presence the signature analog synths (like in "Howl" and "The End"). The record also features the noteworthy single "False Gold" from the 2012 self titled debut EP. We are streaming here our favorite new track, the atmospheric 'Edge of the World.'

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Deli Best of NYC 2012 - Open Submission Results for ELECTRONIC

Since the beginning of the big recession, Electronic Music in NYC has been experiencing an unforeseen explosion, also thanks to the fact that electronic projects are cheaper and more efficient even compared to the most basic of power trios (no need for band mates or rehearsal studios...). Since pretty much any genre can be reproduced electronically, rather than a genre, the word Electronic indicates "sonic material" (as in: 'these songs are made with electronic sounds'). Hence the variety of styles included in this category.

Total submissions in this category: 43

Artists Qualified to the Poll's Next Stage (starting around 01.10)

1. Kiss Slash Crooked Smile - 7.66 (out of 10)
1. Clementine & the Galaxy - 7.66
3. AVAN LAVA - 7.50

Honorable Mentions (scores above 6.5)

I Am Lightyear, Loveskills, Mitten, Future Screens, Moon Furies, New Myths, Psychobuildings, Jonka, Late Guest at the Party, Young Heel, Maria Takeuchi.

Jurors: Jason Behrends (Deli Chicago), Jacqueline Caruso (Deli LA), QD Tran (Deli Philly).

The Deli's Staff





From The NYC Open Blog: New Myths

NYC based three piece New Myths weave electronic dance elements with fuzzy psychedelic guitars, cinematic drumbeats, melodic strings, and haunting melody lines. This all female electro-dream-pop outfit is the project of drummer Rosie Glassman, bassist Marina Ross, and singer/guitarist Britney Boras (of Brit and the Cavalry fame). They went to grade school and jazz school together, and then found each other again, years later, in the NYC music scene. New Myths have released their debut self-titled EP on March 11. - (as posted in The Deli's Open Blog - post your band's entries, videos, and Mp3s here). The Deli's NYC Open Blog is powered by The Music Building.

 

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