Vinyl records and page-turners.
A sleek gallery-like space with reflective floors and comfy couches, Studio Eksotika is a multi-functional space inside Potato Head Studios packing a library of intellectual page-turners as well as an audiophile setup helmed by Jakarta-born DJ Dea Barandana.
Every Wednesday, 7pm–10pm
Every Thursday, 7pm–10pm
Studio Eksotika Invites
Every Friday, 7pm–10pm
What People Say
“The space is a reimagining of the usual hotel ‘library’, to which the creative minds at Potato Head have injected their love for art, culture and music. Those well-travelled will see the resemblance the studio has to the listening bars of Tokyo, feted for their low-lit, underground appeal.”
“The space is small but welcoming and feels more like a friend’s living room than a club and is best suited for deep listening. The music selection is provided by a library of obscure records that offers selectors a chance to play anything from 1970s Indonesian disco and psych to Japanese jazz and new-age under a soft pink light.”