New York - CMJ 2015 - Day 2

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    Slow Caves perform at Berlin on Oct. 14.
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    Tribe Society playing the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on Oct. 14.
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    Kevin Garrett performing in the Studio at Webster Hall on Oct. 14
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    Tamayrn performs at Webster Hall on Oct. 14.
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    Alan Palomo of Neon Indian perfoming at Webster Hall on Oct. 14.
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    Olivver the Kid performs in the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on Oct. 14.
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    Joe Casey of Protomartyr performs at Santos Party House on Oct. 14.

CMJ is back! Celebrating its 35th year, the five day Music Marathon showcases hundreds of artists big and small across various NYC venues. Here are a handful of acts #GRAMMYNYC was able to catch this year. You can check out the full roster and other daily programing on CMJ's official site.

Day Two, October 14

Slow Caves bring their syth-punk tunes from Fort Collins, Colorado, to the intimate stage at Berlin.

New York-based alternative-rock band, Tribe Society, fusing some grunge rock, hip hop, (and a flute) to create a completely unique experience in the Marlin Room at Webster Hall. Read full Off The Stage interview with frontman, Gavin Merlot, HERE.

Kevin Garrett plays some of his well known "out-of-love" songs comprised of his soulful vocals, electronic and traditional instruments in the Studio at Webster Hall.

Tamaryn brings some dark pop to Webster Hall - playing her usual haunting tracks as well as some new slightly upbeat songs. 

Creating a visual experience like no other, Neon Indian’s set list came to life through visuals created in real time, using five Kinect sensors that captured each band member, reacting to the music and movements happening live on stage.

Coming out from Los Angeles, Olivver the Kid literally brings down the house in the Marlin Room at Webster Hall with their 80s-esque synth driven tracks backing the strong vocals of front man, Bryan Sammis.

Some dark post-punk from Detroit's Protomartyr closes our day two at the very packed Santos Party House.

Be sure to check out our Day 1, Day 3, and Day 4 & 5 galleries for more great artists!


 

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