Anderson Paak, Wolf Alice perform at the Backdoors music festival in Bengaluru [Photos]

“I’m not going to forget this in a hurry. Bangalore bringin’ it!” Anderson Paak said, stunned by the response to his set at the Backdoors music festival in Bengaluru | #FirstCulturePhotos

Hari Adivarekar February 20, 2018 19:18:21 IST
Anderson Paak performs at the second edition of the Backdoors music festival in Bengaluru. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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Anderson Paak performs at the second edition of the Backdoors music festival in Bengaluru. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
The fest was held at Indiranagar Club and hosted by The Humming Tree. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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The fest was held at Indiranagar Club and hosted by The Humming Tree. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
A fan attempts to cross the barrier towards the stage during Anderson Paak's set. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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A fan attempts to cross the barrier towards the stage during Anderson Paak's set. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
As soon as Anderson Paak and the Free Nationals shot onto the stage, what followed was an incandescent blaze of musicality, synergy and intensity that shook the thousands of gathered fans to their very core. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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As soon as Anderson Paak and the Free Nationals shot onto the stage, what followed was an incandescent blaze of musicality, synergy and intensity that shook the thousands of gathered fans to their very core. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
If Anderson Paak the rapper and singer wasn’t blowing your mind, Anderson Paak the drummer took over. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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If Anderson Paak the rapper and singer wasn’t blowing your mind, Anderson Paak the drummer took over. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
When the Bengaluru crowd roared loud and true, pitch and lyrics on point, Anderson Paak paused, shook his head, and said: I’m not going to forget this in a hurry. Bangalore bringin’ it! Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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When the Bengaluru crowd roared loud and true, pitch and lyrics on point, Anderson Paak paused, shook his head, and said: I’m not going to forget this in a hurry. Bangalore bringin’ it! Photo © Hari Adivarekar
As the sun went down, Watsky took the stage for a turbo boosted, fast rap version that sounded at times like Eminem on steroids. Watsky was backed on vocals by Camila Recchio. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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As the sun went down, Watsky took the stage for a turbo boosted, fast rap version that sounded at times like Eminem on steroids. Watsky was backed on vocals by Camila Recchio. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
Wolf Alice was all crunchy riffs and bluster toeing a line between punk and thrash. Here, Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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Wolf Alice was all crunchy riffs and bluster toeing a line between punk and thrash. Here, Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
Jeff Oddie of Wolf Alice. Photo © Hari Adivarekar
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Jeff Oddie of Wolf Alice. Photo © Hari Adivarekar