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In Pictures: Live From The Console #AllTheRage Edition @ Mehboob Studios, Mumbai

  • #AllTheRage
    The original #AllTheRage edition (scheduled to be held on Saturday, November 17) of the monthly gig calender fixture was to see city jam band Something Relevant launch their new album at the gig. However, due to the Shiv Sena supremo's passing away, and the shift in the date of the gig, the boys from Cotton Press Studios couldn't make it. More on that here. This edition of the gig was held on Sunday, December 2.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Naveen Deshpande
    Besides being an artist manager, Deshpande also doubles up as a lighting engineer for several bands. Here, he looks on during the soundcheck prior to Pentagram's gig at the Mehboob Studio monthly fixture, as the lights get set up. The city's electro rockers premiered the video for Bloodywood highlight 'Tomorrow's Decided' before their set at the gig.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Heather Andrews
    In LFTC's signature style, the proceedings of the evening were kicked off by a singer-songwriter. British artist Heather Andrews played a short-ish and rather vanilla (for our liking) opening set. She also covered this.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Goa and Julian Marley, anyone?
    Tickets for the Goa edition of Live From The Console also went on sale at the event. Check out the entire lineup for what promises to be a great two days in Goa at the end of the month.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Aftertaste
    Alt rockers Aftertaste played soon after the singer-songwriter and seemed to be charged with the infectious energy of Rage Against The Machine. The RATM documentary, Rage Against The Machine – Battle of Britain, saw it's India premiere at the event, before the scheduled performances.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Michael Lee
    The band also covered a couple of RATM songs in between their all-original set.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Levin Mendes
    The band's drummer also handles behind-the-skins duties for Mumbai hip-hop crew Bombay Bassment. Last night seemed like a particularly great day for drummers and O-faces. More on that further in the gallery.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Johnny B In Da House
    The ex-guest MC for Acquired Funk Syndrome joined the band on stage for one song towards the later half of the band's set.
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  • Ruell Baretto
    Baretto's groovy bass kept things going well for some keen listeners up front.
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  • Vishal Dadlani
    Pentagram frontman Dadlani was in a particularly charged-up mood for the night, having waited to premiere the video for the band's song 'Tomorrow's Decided'. The video was received well, almost entirely, and can be watched here.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Papal Mane
    Mane, snuck away in one corner of the stage, looked particularly excited about the gig. However, there was no tea spotted on stage.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Shiraz Bhattacharya
    As mentioned earlier, good day for the O-face. During soundcheck, "Arre yaar, why is there this black wall thing behind my platform?" Also, in between two songs, Bling Uncle asked, "Eh, Shiraz. What happened to Skhabang yaar?"
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Randolph Correia
    Groovebox-controller and guitarist for the electro rockers, Correia shelled out an impromptu setlist as the band have come to be known for in recent times. The quartet played songs off Bloodywood, and dropped 'Electric' and anthem 'Voice' as well; the latter warranted a massive singalong.

    The band performed at the XXVII edition of the Independence Rock last Sunday. Photos here.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
  • Fuck The Time Limit!
    Frontman Dadlani wandered into the crowd at several occasions, handing the mic to fans to sing along. The night also saw a mini-moshpit break out and an unfazed dance from Bling Uncle.

    Dadlani also spoke about how the band had understood the significance of 'Voice' in recent times owing to the numerous ridiculous things, such as time limits, arrests over Facebook posts and corruption. He ended his little talk by saying, "If there was something the urban youth of the country wanted to do about these things, this is the time," to which Bling Uncle replied, "Fuck the time limit!"

    The band charged through their set, and the video was played once again at the end of the set. We've got some behind the scenes photos from the video shoot. Cheggit.
    Photo credit: Naman Saraiya
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