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.
Stay updated via Studio Eksotika on Instagram and stop by daily (except Tuesdays) from 5pm – midnight.
Prepare for a sonic journey through the genres, continents and time when Palms Trax comes to Potato Head Beach Club on Saturday, 2 March, where you can revel in his astonishing musical knowledge and the unabashed joyfulness of this young, über-talented DJ.
Pre-sale IDR 200,000
On the door IDR 250,000
The moment to take action against Bali's plastic waste problem is upon us, making it the perfect point in time to share “Pulau Plastik,” our exciting new film series which explores the issue of waste and features local initiatives from across the island. We invite you to join us for the launch of “Pulau Plastik” at Potato Head Bali Please RSVP to [email protected] for the film screening as space is limited.