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Best of NYC 2014 - Open Submission Results for REVIVAL ROCK+GARAGE ROCK

Here are more results from the NYC Open Submissions for The Deli's Best of NYC Year End Poll for emerging artists. We are tackling now the entries in the REVIVAL ROCK/GARAGE ROCK category, genres that have seen a resurgence in NYC in the last few years.

Total submissions in this category: 23

Jurors: QD Tran (The Deli Philly), Jordannah Elizabeth (The Deli SF), Paolo De Gregorio (The Deli NYC).

Artists qualified to the next stage (i.e. the Readers' Poll, starting around 01.25):

1. Winstons - 7.33 (7.33 out of 10)


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2. Jeremy & the Harlequins (7)

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Honorable Mentions (score above 6.25):

WYLDLIFE, Whiskey Bitches, The Teen Age, The Bottom Dollars, Jane Lee Hooker, Carbon Mirage.

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More results coming soon, we are getting there!

The Deli's Staff

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Brooklyn garagey blues rockers Winstons release "Turpentine" cassette at Baby's All Right on 01.15

It seems like the vintage sounding, duo powered, garagey-blues-rock format made famous by the White Stripes still has a lot to give to rock'n'roll. Brand new Brooklyn band (via Virginia) Winstons has been generating some buzz in town with that simple formula, enhanced by a truly wild live performance. The two hairy dudes started the project in January 2014 and in just twelve months managed to land rather hot bills in medium size venues like Rough Trade and Baby's All Right. They will return to the stage of the latter tomorrow (01.15) to celebrate their first release (in appropriately "garagey" cassette format), entitled "Turpentine." If you can relate to blues, loud sound, and are in need of letting go of some frustration through a cathartic mosh pit, this band might do you some good. On the bill also ex Brooklyners (now Nashvillians) Clear Plastic Masks.

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