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Stuyedeyed drops new single and plays Brooklyn Bazaar 12/17

We've covered Brooklyn-based garage/psych quartet, Stuyedeyed, before on the Deli, but the band keeps churning out new music to keep us excited. Their latest? A track called "Believer" off a recent split with fellow Brooklynites Birds. The song features the band's signature brand of bluesy psych rock, with vocals that seems to edge closer and closer to an inevitable freakout. The accompanying video is a visual treat--a kaleidoscopic display that manages to be fun instead of tropey, with it's light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek approach. Check out "Believer" streaming below and catch the band live at Brooklyn Bazaar 12/17.-Olivia Sisinni 

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Stuyedeyed (Garage Rock Readers' Poll Winners) plays Alphaville on 02.18

NYC is filled with garage rock bands, but few of them bypass the huge influence The Ramones have on the city's sound, to find inspiration, instead, in the proto-punk of the genre's true pioneers: Iggy Pop's The Stooges. Like them, Brooklyn's own Stuyedeyed, who recently won this very blog's Best of NYC Readers' Poll in the Garage Rock category, have a sound that's not only in your face, but that's also (figuratively speaking) making faces, while starring grimly at you, inches from your nose. Single Mr. Policeman (streaming below) gives you an idea of what kind of wildness you will witness on February 18, when the band will take the stage at Alphaville with Bambara (another tense band!) and Pink Mexico. Check out the recent video for Stuyedeyed track 'Funeral,' below.





Best of NYC Garage/Slack Rock Acts: Baby Shakes and Stuyedeyed

Our Best of NYC 2017 poll has begun last week with the Garage/Slack Rock category and, after you-the-people cast your vote, we have the results to share with you!

Overall Poll winner (Jurors vote + Readers' vote): Baby Shakes

Readers' Poll Winner (Readers' Vote only): Stuyedeyed

We are superproud of these two NYC bands, that offer high octane garage rock inspired to completely different periods of the history of this genre. Stuyedeyed, with their insanely tense, obsessive tracks and screamed vocals, refer back to the proto-punk days of The Stooges, full of madness and debauchery - you can see them live at Alphaville on February 18th.

Baby Shakes, on the other hand, find inspiration in the melodic garage rock of NYC's own The Ramones, infusing ultra-fun surf and doo-wop elements in it. Baby Shakes will be playing W'Burg Hall of Music on February 14th and then embark on a Japan tour in March.  

Honorable mentions go to Navy Gangs (second in the overall chart) and Thick (third in the Reader's poll). The full list of nominees can be found under the streaming tracks.

 

 

 

 

 





Playlist! Oh My Rockness' list of 'NYC's Hardest Working Bands of 2016'

Our friends at OhMyRockness know a thing or two about what band plays where in NYC, and every year in December they publish the list of the local artists that played the most shows in the past 12 month: it's the 'NYC's Hardest Working Bands of 2016' list. It must be noted that, since OMR's deals with "Indie Rock" live listings, you won't find any songwriters or DJs or funk bands in this list. It seems like all bands are guitar based too for some reason. Since we were in the mood, we created a Soundcloud playlist of these ten artists, check it out below!





All Brooklyn bill of garage/psych bands at The Good Room on March 30

Garage Land is a weekly series of local and international live rock 'n 'roll, garage, psyche and punk acts, curated and hosted by relatively new Greenpoint venue The Good Room, which was born on the ashes of Europa. The next showcase is this coming Wednesday (03.30), and features five noisy local bands, in the order listed below (from headliner to opener). In the picture, Dead Sexy Sheila.

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