On 8th of November, 2014, Nucleya played in Bakstage. I have been following Nucleya ever since I heard Bell Gadi a while back, and it was a complete revelation. So, I was naturally excited to be there. Although he came in slightly later than I thought, Nucleya did not disappoint, and we were dancing to his tunes soon after his entrance. The high points of this eve were:
- Super Cool Venue
Bakstage has been a favorite haunt for a while, and the ambiance is very relaxed and chilled out. The decor is lovely ? with framed articles of rock wizards like Hendrix hanging off walls, and an entire wall lined with guitars. The entire place is done up in a style which is really appealing to a music lover, especially a rock music fan. The ladies? restroom, with prints of Bob Marley in the wash basin area, is definitely very cool.
- Crowd with High Voltage Energy
Watching people is a favorite hobby of mine, and I discovered so many different, and hilarious people. Crowd seemed to be oblivious to the music happening, until Nucleya came up. Then you should have seen them dance. There was a Signature background against which people could take their photos with cool props, and a lot of people did that to spend the time before Nucleya started playing. Giggles and smiles were the best accessories some of the people had, and they looked damn good with it.
- Signature?s Unique Cocktails & Great Food ? It was a Signature?s night and to uplift the experience to one notch higher there were great unique cocktails and some mouthwatering food. The cocktails were smooth, and great for unwinding.. Efficient service, great mixing acts (including fireworks) and expert maneuvering through crowds could be seen. Of course, here you will encounter the foodie, the person who would be sitting at one corner of the bar and eating everything on site. Thankfully, in this case it wasn?t me, but I did see a few people concentrate on eating before Nucleya came to play. Probably they were anticipating a solid workout on the dance floor.
- Rocking Warm up by in-house DJ - Talking about dancing, Nucleya was on the way when the house DJs started to play some nice tracks. A set of rap, pop, and remixed oldies were played, and mixes made the music quite easy. I encountered a number of nice tracks, which are favorites, and hummed along. The two in-house DJs did a commendable job to keep the audience entertained before the arrival of the star.
- Nucleya?s Unique enigmatic Music
What I like about Nucleya is that he really likes going with the flow, and making music which would be really different, because he would be adding some really cool moves to his music. From what I heard, a lot of middle-eastern influence could be heard in the music, but then there was a good bit of dubstep. A friend of mine recently told me that he mixes South Indian folk songs with dubstep beats. That is, personally speaking, extremely cool. The music actually made sure that everyone in the house, at one point of time or the other, was dancing. The beauty of Nucleya is that he is extremely volatile when it comes to music ? you never know what to expect next, because he loved twisting music according to his wishes. So, the #SignatureExpressions event at Bakstage was definitely a hit, with adrenaline pumping and a lot of action. Good food and drinks, plus great music and dancing ? this is surely the best example of a good life.
Article By: Poorna Bannerjee
Photos By: Abby Abdullah
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