Like all good single-gender pop acts, BigBang has a self-evident chemistry from the moment the lads walk on stage (a moment that, in Anaheim, was preceded by a great Quentin Tarantino-style car-chase-gunfight movie starring the band). G-Dragon is the steely-eyed leader, quick to use venomous rapping or a pure falsetto to drive a song; Taeyang is bawdier and rakish; and T.O.P. is his foil: reserved except for when he raps in a baritone growl that can turn a song from catchy to menacing. Seungri, the youngest, is the sweetheart while Daesung is the muppety goofball (a gifted drummer in his own right, he’s definitely their Ringo Starr). They helped make their parent firm YG Entertainment into a global pop powerhouse (which has a similar set of superstars in the all-woman group 2NE1) and blend punk, futurist and formal fashions in atypical ways that make them global style heroes.