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Coachella Weekend Two: Day two

By Brandon Choe

April 19, 2015 1:54 p.m.

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin hashed out his signature punk rock songs, including “Los Angeles Is Burning,” “I Want To Conquer the World” and “21st Century (Digital Boy)."

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A la carte options from Southern California eateries included veggie tacos from Pinches Tacos and pork shoulder sandwiches from The Custom Butcher.

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For his Saturday afternoon set, up-and-coming Chazwick Bundick, better known as Toro y Moi, packed the Mojave tent with a display of his danceable, bright melodies.

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Chet Faker, an Australian electronica musician, danced along with the audience to his thumping tunes, which included "Gold" and a cover of Blackstreet's "No Diggity."

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Andrew Hozier-Byrne, known on stage as Hozier, performed on the Coachella stage with a full backing band. Hozier played a sonically stirring set, showing off his ability to craft solid pop rock tracks that promote his soulful, moving voice.

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British indie rock band alt-j took to the Coachella stage Saturday evening to disseminate its brand of electro-rock – accompanied by a stellar light show – to thousands of fans.

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Created by Ball-Nogues Studio, Pulp Pavilion is a canopy made entirely from recycled paper to form a composite structure. Ball-Nogues Studio recycled paper products into pulp by blending paper, water and pigment, and spraying it onto orange rope to create the lattices of the work of art.

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Belle and Sebastian, led by frontman Stuart Murdoch, claimed it would “bring the mellow to Coachell-o” as the band mixed new music from its 2015 album, such as “Nobody’s Empire,” with fan favorites including “I’m a Cuckoo” and “I Want the World To Stop.”

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Dancing quickly to the rhythms of her songs in a set full of sensuality, FKA twigs wore a provocative silver outfit that included half a glove and choker, giving her an angelic look to match her vocals.

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After The Weeknd sang the first verse to “Heartless,” Kanye jumped onstage with “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” sending thousands of fans rushing toward the Coachella stage.

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