Blue beams of light droned over the pitch black stage. Silhouettes assumed their positions on the platform: I could make out a guitar, a rack full of synthesizers and keyboards, and a figure with a microphone in hand.
I was in the middle of a screaming crowd with a Nikon Coolpix DSLR camera anxiously waiting for the band to show themselves. Lights flashed and there they were–the indie-pop trio from Los Angeles, MUNA. With not a second delay, they began with their first set.