A six-seat audiophile bar, made from reclaimed timber and recycled foam, is the focal point. Taken from mattress offcuts, the terrazzo-look foam is sustainable and strategic, enhancing the acoustics and allowing the sound system to operate at its best.
From 1970s Indonesian disco and psych to Japanese jazz and new-age, a library of obscure records offers a resource of sounds for daily selectors to play under the soft pink neon light which gently illuminates the space.
With little to separate DJ and guest, the small but welcoming setting recollects a friend’s living room more than a club, and is ideally suited to deep listening due to the clarity of the sound. A pop-up bar offers a ‘local only’ selection of wine and beer, supporting producers on the island. Programmes at the studio include sustainability workshops, record launches, film and art projects.
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We invite you to join us in the Music Room for a 'Dark Disco' inspired Halloween dance party inspired by eerie soundtracks. From the savage beat of dark pop, wave and disco music, expect harrowing Italian soundtracks and dance rituals from our resident DJs next to Tom Egerton’s zombie-fied cocktail creations.
As another archipelago neighbour is faced with immense tragedy following the recent earthquake and devastating tsunami in Palu, Sulawesi, Potato Head Family is coming together with our friends at Project Karma for an evening dedicated to raising much-needed funds for the critical relief effort conducted in the affected areas right now.
The official after party of Indonesia Now celebrates the launch of BELLY Issue 13, a 300-page print publication entrenched in the creative people, incredible action sports and exotic locations that make this archipelago such a dynamic destination.
Our first-annual Indonesia Now showcase kicks off at Desa Potato Head in the shape of a one-day street carnival. In addition to the specially commissioned products, there will also be an array of food and drink vendors as well as live bands and DJs. While the event begins at 2pm, the musical programming starts at 5pm and will finish with a late-night dance party at Potato Head Beach to celebrate the launch of Belly Magazine’s latest issue.