New York - CMJ 2015 - Day 3

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    Phoebe Ryan performs at Webster Hall on Oct. 15.
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    Oscar And The Wolf performing in the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on Oct. 15.
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    POWERS performs in the Studio At Webster Hall on Oct. 15.
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    Sean Scanlon of Small Pools performing at Webster Hall on Oct. 15.
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    Elohim performs in the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on Oct. 15
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    Vaults perfom at Rough Trade on Oct. 15.

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 Three, October 15

Although still new to the music scene (and once living in the dorms around the corner), Phoebe Ryan, takes the Grand Ballroom stage inside Webster Hall - showcasing her talent, confidence, & charismatic swagger that can be matched to today's major artists.

Making their first NY debut all the way from Belgium, Oscar And The Wolf created a dreamy setting in the Marlin Room at Webster Hall with their soulful electro pop songs.

Emerging from the darkness, the Los Angeles group, Smallpools, played their high-energy songs - creating an electric atmosphere in the ballroom at Webster Hall.

Great harmonies and deep drums make up the duo, POWERS, as they filled the Studio At Webster Hall with their fun and edgy pop tunes.

The floaty-high vocals of Elohim bring some bubbly and catchy eltro-pop to the Marlin Room at Webster Hall.

All the way from London, the hauntingly pop vocals of Vaults gave to an experience that was the most tantalizing showcase on Day 3 at Rough Trade for BBC 1 Music Introducing.

Be sure to check out Day 1, Day 2, and Day 4 & 5 galleries for more great artists!

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