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.
Friday Sessions invite a music producer and sound artist Altieri from Shanghai for an Italo Disco special, to The Music Room.
Born in Napoli, Altieri releases music for Slow Motion Records, his weighted analogue sounds are steeped in eastern influences from subtle found street sounds to all-out musical phrases.
Thursday's Eksotika invites Eric Duncan aka Dr Dunks from New York, one half of legendary DJ duo Rub-n-Tug & also half of DFA’s Still Going, to provide a peak time party to The Music Room.
On his own or as part of one of the various partnerships, Eric has remixed artists like Roxy Music to Zero 7, LCD Soundsystem, Coldplay, Todd Terje, Grace Jones, Chic Chic Chic and The Beastie Boys, just to name a few and released numerous edits, including New York City Edits series.
Wind your weekend down right. Join us at Potato Head Singapore’s new Sundown Sundays.
Kicking off at 5pm, our jungle rooftop plays host to an open-air garden and tiki bar — the ideal spot for your Sunday source of sublime views, tropical cocktails and mouthwatering sliders.
Ease through the soothing affair with laid-back, island-inspired sounds as you watch the sun set on an evening of pure bliss.
Multi-instrumentalist, song writer and seasoned selector Sonny Rooney—AKA Pinky Perzelle—graces the bar deck this Saturday to serenade the sun as it slowly makes it way through all the hues and once again behind the horizon line.
Thursday Eksotika invites Rifain from Hanoi for a night of trippy, dark and tribal energy, to The Music Room.
Rifain is the main booker and resident DJ of the underground club Savage and the boutique festival Equation, both located in Hanoi, Vietnam. He also runs his own monthly night at the club - Slow Beats Disco.
Calling all you fabulous, free-spirited, and downright power queens out there, who know the value in treating yourselves right, all night!
Every Wednesday, join us in our speakeasy tipple tavern Studio 1939 as we groove the night away with classic ’90s R&B and hip-hop beats by our all star FEMME FIRST! DJ line-up.
Ease further into the rhythm with free-flow bubbles (Zardetto Prosecco) and our new cocktails.
Friday Sessions invites Phil Mison, behind the Cantoma and Reverso 68 monikers, for a night of feel good balearic grooves, to The Music Room.
Phil, as Cantoma, currently releases albums under the auspices of Leng Records, as well as producing remixes for big name artists such as Grace Jones and Badly Drawn Boy to name but a few.
Eksotika welcomes one of the true pioneers of electronic music culture, Mr. C from London, celebrating his 30 years DJ career through his solo works on his Superfreq imprint, for an evening of contemporary adult music to The Music Room.
Time to bring out your lab coats! This month's Sustainable Sunday features a bio soap-making class by the Bio Bus team from Green School. Children and their families will dive into a lab experiment and learn how to make liquid soap out of used cooking oil.
We couldn't be more excited to announce a very special day-into-night event hosted and curated by world-renowned Japanese music festival, Rainbow Disco Club.
As the sun goes down through the afternoon, expect hands and spirits to rise as RDC co-founder Carlos Gibbs oversees an 11-hour session of good vibrations. He will drop a rare DJ set of his own and welcome Australian producer and DJ Tornado Wallace to the decks, as well as the bone fide bastion of Balearic beat, Phil Mison, to do what he does best. Support from Rainbow Disco Club resident DJs Sisi and Yosa and Potato Head’s own Pete Herbert.
Join us at this very special edition of Rainbow Disco Club. It's a party and you're all invited!
Ticket available at the door for IDR 150,000 (first drink included).