Perfume Genius' Mike Hadreas might be the realest punk on the whole Coachella bill. He had a tough spot -- outside on one of the big stages while people were still filing into the festival. But he brought a serious intensity to the early afternoon -- taking the stage in a minidress, fishnets, and makeup, staring down the small crowd who'd assembled to see him. For the early part of his set, it was just him and one collaborator on keyboards, singing delicate songs -- this on the same stage that Steely Dan had populated with probably 100 musicians the night before. But when Hadreas got into the explosive full-band music from last year's Too Bright, he started doing this amazing wriggle-strut across the stage, a dance as confrontational as it was celebratory. In a situation that would've made most musicians look tiny and insignificant, he found a way to leave a hard, larger-than-life impression.