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.
Studio Eksotika Presents
Designed to make you dance at home and transport you to Bali, the mixes, videos and podcasts cover music from around the world, but focus on some of the best underground and commercial Indonesian tracks, touching on the DJs’ music collections from over 30 years ago to the current day.
DJ mixes released weekly every Saturday, each mix also delivers a message from the DJ.
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.”