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Afrojack – The Jacked Tour Jakarta
Nick Van De Wall, also known as Afrojack, is a Dutch DJ/producer and currently sits at number nine on the Top 100 DJ ranking according to DJ Mag. He is known to play Dutch house, tech house, electro and progressive, and is known to collaborate with Psy, David Guetta, Will.I.Am, Ne-Yo, and Pitbull. Jacked is his signature event where he also features other DJs. On April 13, Afrojack will be throwing a Jacked party in Ecopark, Ancol where Shermanology, DJ Quintino and Apster will join him. Plus, a local DJ talent that has gained international recognition, Angger Dimas.
B1A4 Showcase In Jakarta B1A4 is a South Korean boy band under WM Entertainment. They are Jinyoung (lead Vocal), Baro (Rapper), Sandeul (lead vocal), CNU (vocal,rap), and Gongchan (vocal). They debuted in 2011 and launched their mini album Let’s Fly with their single debut “OK” which is a rock-electronica pop song. The name of the band comes from their blood types; one B and four As. They will be performing in Jakarta on March 12 in Skeeno exhibition hall, Gandaria City. Tickets for B1A4’s 1st Baba Showcase in Jakarta start from 490k and can be purchased at www.bigdaddy.co.id.
Blur Hailing from England, Blur was formed by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Dave Rowntree and Alex James in 1989. After a few years hiatus from the music scene after Graham left the band, in 2008 they reunited and last year released a new single and now are touring around the world. Good news for Blur fans in Indonesia as they will be performing in the Big Sound Festival in hall D, Senayan on May 15. Tickets start from 750k and can be found in www.dyandraentertainment.com
Demi Lovato Another internationally acclaimed star is hitting the Jakarta stage. This time, a young American singer, Demetria Devonne Lovato AKA Demi Lovato known for her hit called “Skyscraper”, will serenade the city. This multitalented star is also a songwriter, actress, dancer, and spokeswoman, she can play the guitar, piano, bass, and also keyboard. Lovato released her first album in 2008 called Don’t Forget. She will appear for the first time in Jakarta in a concert called “A Special Night with Demi Lovato” which will be held at Istora Senayan Jakarta on March 24.
Full On Ferry Strikes Jakarta
Do you still remember Full on Ferry (FOF) held at X2 Club? A project by DJ Ferry Corsten which involved his fellow DJs with vivid visual concepts and a spectacular stage will be held again in Jakarta. This time, FOF will be arranged quite differently from the previous event, where DJ Ferry Corsten will play music from ATB, Ronski Speed, Betsie Larkin, and Josh Callahan. This indoor rave party could be one of the most eagerly awaited events by the progressive and trance music lovers in Jakarta. FOF will be held on Friday, April 5 at Skeeno Hall, Gandaria City, 3rd floor.
Hammersonic 2013 For metalheads, Hammersonic is one music festival not to be missed. This year it will be held in Eco Park on April 27 and 28. Even before the main event, warm-up events dubbed the Road to Hammersonic will be held on February and March. Both local and international bands will take part; Obituary, Lock Up, Dying Fetus, Epica, Hour of Penance, Dyscarnate, Sensory, Amusia, Ouroboros, Whoretopsy, Cradle of Filth, Cannibal Corpse, As I Lay Dying, Destruction, Putrid Pile, Gorod, Saturnian, The Amenta, Advent Sorrow, Inanimacy, Voyager. The local bands that will be joining them are Power Metal, Burgerkill, Dead Vertical, Sucker Head, Hellcrust, and Seringai.
the official launching of Undurraga sparklings wines for the Jakarta market. Last week was the official launching of Undurraga sparklings wines for the Jakarta market. For that purpose, Mr Felipe Claro, vice president for the Asia Pacific market, came to make presentations in Parc19, Koi Restaurant and The Peak Bandung. The wines tasted in the master classes were Undurraga Brut, Demi sec, Brut Supreme, Brut Rose and Blanc de noir. All the wines were enthusiastically received, similar to Bali in the last two years, closing deals for house pourings with several customers around Great Jakarta. These photos were taken at the event last week at Parc 19, Kemang.
Jakarta International Tango Festival & Buenos Aires Connection The Jakarta International Tango Festival will be held on March 12 to 17, and will present tango maestro and Latin Grammy Award-winner, Pablo Ziegler and the Tokyo Jazz Tango Ensemble. The event supported by the Embassy of Argentina is for those who love the Argentinian tango. There will also be some Latin stars to tone up the event, such as Adrian & Amanda Costa, Gabriel Misse & Analia Centurion, and Jorge Dispari & Maria del Carmen. The traditional welcome dance will be held at Grand Mahakan Hotel, meanwhile the Espan Salbergâ€™s fashion show will be held at the Darmawangsa Hotel together with the closing event. On top of all that, the Buenos Aires Connection event will be held on March 18 at Balai Sarbini which will present Pablo Ziegler and Argentinian Tango Show from Nestor & Gladys Fernandez. Letâ€™s Tango!
EUROPE ON SCREEN 2013 This year’s Europe on Screen will be held on May 3-12 Same as last year's event, Europe on Screen 2013 will screen recent films with high entertaining value. It is still a common perception in Indonesia that European films are made for art houses; difficult films with slow pace and open endings, and that it is not for the general public’s consumption. The films selected by the festival programmers will prove this otherwise. There will be around 60 films screened in the festival this year. As an addition from last year’s festival, Europe on Screen 2013 will have screenings, not only in Jakarta, but also several other cities in Indonesia. In cooperation with Institut Français-Indonesia, the audiences in Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Medan and Denpasar will be able to attend a number of film screenings during the festival period. For the third consecutive year, Europe on Screen Short Film Competition will also be held this year. Submissions were opened on February 1 and will be closed on March 18. This competition is open to all Indonesian filmmakers, fiction or documentary, in Indonesia and abroad. The main prize this year, a HD Video Camera, will be given to the best film, selected by an international jury, on the closing ceremony. Also
this year, with the support of SAE Institute Jakarta, the eligible entries can compete for a Scholarship Challenge Program to win a full scholarship for a three-year film production program from SAE Institute Jakarta. Other than the film screenings and competition, Europe on Screen 2013 will have a number of fringe events in Jakarta, such as film discussions, seminars / workshops, and open air screenings. VENUES The films will be screened in four European cultural centres in Jakarta, which are Erasmus Huis (Dutch cultural centre), Institut Français-Indonesia Salemba (French cultural centre), Goethe Haus (German cultural centre) and Istituto Italiano di Cultura (Italian cultural centre). The film screenings outside Jakarta will be held in the local French cultural centres (Institut-FrançaisIndonesia). The fringe events (discussion, seminar/workshop) will be held in the multifunction hall of SAE Institute Jakarta, in the fX building, Senayan area; while the open air screenings will be held in the Taman Ismail Marzuki, Plaza Senayan or the Epicentrum Walk, Kuningan.
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ON MARCH Senayan, Gelora Bung Karno K-Pop World Music Bank Super Junior, Shinee, 2PM, Beast, Infinite, Sistar, Teentop, Eru
World Bank Live Music is a music program on the Korean television station KBS and it will be held live at the Bung Karno Stadium. There will be eight K-pop groups present including Eru, SISTAR, Teen Top, 2PM, BEAST, SHINee, and Infinite. For lovers of Korean Pop this is the place to be.
Sunday March 10 Gandaria City, Skeeno Hall
Adam Lambert is an American singer, songwriter and stage actor born in Indianapolis and found his fame appearing on the eighth season of American Idol. Although he was runner-up, Lambert launched a music career with the release of his first album For Your Entertainment in 2009. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and sold 198,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week. After a number of international tours Lambert then released his second album, Trespassing, released in May 2012, to much critical acclaim. Trespassing made its debut in the number one spot on the Billboard 200 album chart.
Adam Lambert Live In Jakarta
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Gandaria City, Skeeno Hall
Baba B1A4 Showcase in Jakarta
Riding the recent K-pop craze in Jakarta, B1A4 is about to serenade all those tweeny girls who love everything Korean. These blood brothers derived their name from their hemoglobin antigens, one member has B blood type and the other four have A blood type. Expect some perfectly koreagraphed dancing and the clean K-pop attitude that will have every teen in the crowd screaming.
Jinyoung, CNU, Sandeul, Baro and Gongchan
Tuesday March 12
Rolling Stone CafĂŠ
Tribal Tech On The Road World Tour 2013 Opening by Ligro Tribal Tech are jazz rock/fusion exponents of the 90s consisting of guitarist Scott Henderson and bassist Gary Willis. Their latest album Puspa was released in 2012. Tribal Tech has released 10 albums since 1984. The band will feature original members Scott Henderson (Electric Guitar), Gary Willis (Elec Bass), and then Kirk Covington (drums), Scott Kinsey (Keyboards) who both joined since 1993.
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Scandal is a Japanese pop rock band. The group was formed in August 2006, and quickly gained popularity with their fast paced, pop rock numbers, and after their first overseas concerts in France, United States and Hong Kong, became popular amongst Japanese popular culture fans worldwide. They were also nominated for the Best Newcomer Award at the 51st Japan Record Awards. Their singles Scandal Nanka Buttobase and Haruka both peaked at the 3rd position on the Oricon charts. Their songs have also been used in many anime productions. This is the first time Scandal will be in Jakarta.
Senayan,Tennis Indoor Scandal Live In Jakarta,
Scandal Band (Japan)
Wednesday March 13 Claire Boucher, better known by her stage name Grimes, is a Canadian artist, musician, and music video director. From Vancouver, Grimes began recording experimental music while attending McGill University in Montréal, where she became involved with the underground electronic and industrial music scene. In 2010 she released her debut album, Geidi Primes followed by Halfaxa. In late 2011, she release her third album, Visions. Visions met critical acclaim and was hailed by The New York Times as “one of the most impressive albums of the year so far”. Grimes’ music has been noted by critics and journalists for its atypical combination of vocal elements, as well as a wide array of influences, ranging from industrial and electronic to pop, hip hop, R&B, noise rock and even medieval music.
Saturday March 16 Pizza e’ Birra Gandaria City Grimes Doors open at 5pm
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.SH.C .A.O .T..O WWWW.BEATMAG.COM S.P O.N Bloc Party emerged with a sound and attitude that built on the fashionable retro art-rock coming from acts ranging from New York City’s The Strokes to Scotland’s Franz Ferdinand of the mid-2000’s. But while Bloc Party’s particular sound and angular music fitted the music of that moment, frontman Kele Okereke gave the band an individuality above the rest. With a voice that conjures the cockiness of the Fall’s Mark E. Smith, the twitchiness of the Voidoids’ Richard Hell and the anguish of the Cure’s Robert Smith, Okereke and company created an urgent new punk rock for the disaffected emo crowd. The band’s second album, A Weekend in the City, released in 2007, shot to Number One on the Independent Albums chart and Number 12 on the Billboard 200. In 2012, they released their fourth album, Four. Bloc Party have sold two million albums worldwide and this is the first time they will play live in Jakarta. Stand-up comedian Russel Peters is known for his immaculate imitations of just about every immigrant ethnicity. Expect big laughs as he brings his routine to the Big Durian. Senayan, Tennis Indoor
Monday March 18 Balai Sarbini
Pablo Ziegler with
Tokyo Tango Jazz Ensemble Pablo Ziegler, Argentinian Tango Show, Mestur Adrian & Gladys Fernandez with 16 Local Dancers
Jakarta International Tango Festival brings the world’s six most respected and renowned Tango maestros to Jakarta, and Latin grammy award winner Pablo Ziegler with the Tokyo Jazz Tango Ensemble. The event is dedicated to those who love the art and culture of Argentinian Tango. The festival is international in its scope; giving Indonesian and Asian tango enthusiasts the opportunity to be with maestros who truly understand and practice the love of Tango and it is also the largest Argentinian tango production that has ever been presented in Indonesia.
Live In Gandaria City, Skeeno Hall Russell Peters Notorious 2013 World Tour
Wednesday March 20
Thursday March 21
The XXI Short Film Festival is a short film festival held at Cinema 21 Epicentrum, Kuningan to look for and encourage young Indonesian talent and strengthen the film industry in the future. There is a competition and non-competition program of the festival. The non-competition program will present a selection of short films from leading Indonesian and foreign directors shown exclusively in the festival, including group discussions. The committee of the XXI Short Film Festival invited young people across Indonesia to register their short films for the competition part of the festival. There are three categories of competition namely: Narrative Fiction Short Film. Animated Short Film. Documentary Short Film. Winners will be found in each category. www.21shortfilm.com Epicentrum XXI Kuningan
XXI Short film Festival 2013
Local and international short films
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This American pop songstress, actress, and anti-bullying spokeswoman is here to bring a little love to Jakarta. The gold-certified artist has three studio albums under her belt with hits including “Skyscraper”, ”Me, Myself, and Time”, and “Here We Go”. The teen star is also notable for her acting children’s shows and films such as Camp Rock, Barney & Friends, and Sonny with a Chance.
Saturday March 23
Senayan, Istora A Special Night with Demi Lovato
Sunday March 24
Jakarta Convention Center
Lee Min Ho Global Fan Meeting : First Love with Indonesia
It’s not only K-pop that has invaded Jakarta, Korean television shows seem to have a huge draw in the metropolis. If you’ve seen Boys Over Flowers or City Hunter, then you’ll probably recognize Lee Min Ho. So if you’re a fetishist for all things Korean, you’ll want to see this star in the flesh.
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Soulvibe celebrates eight years of making music collaborating with five young writers in the anthology of short stories titled Gravitasi. The novel contains ten short stories inspired by the songs on the album of the same name from the band Soulvibe. Written by Alvin Agastia Zirtaf, Brian Alvin, Deani Sekar, Rudi Bakhtiar, and Sheva, this book is unique because each writer has a writing style and form their own interpretation of a typical thereby creating a variation. Soulvibe will be playing all their hits to an adoring crowd.
Balai Kartini Kuningan, Pusat Perfilman Usmar Ismail Soulvibe 8nniversary concert
Thursday March 28
Friday March 29
Live In Jakarta
Youtube stars seem to be crossing over by the bucketload and Tiffany Alvah might be considered Youtube royalty. She has a channel full of original songs and covers which has garnered over 280 million views and is among the top 50 music channels. Yes, sheâ€™s more than a webcam girl, she sang in Times Square for the 2012 NYE celebrations.
Stadium 21 Street Made up of Haluk Duz and Bayram Balsak from Turkey. These guys play progressive house, trance, and tech house. Just the right type of sound for Stadium. For more info, see the HereNow section.
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Weekend Heroes Club Voyeur, Illigals
Friday March 8
House, Progressive, Techno
Hail From Tel Aviv, Israel
Weekend Heroes adalah duo yang terdiri dari Felix Timelock dan Eli ‘DJ Zombi’. DJ Zombi adalah salah satu DJ dengan spesialisasi genre Progressive House yang namanya cukup disegani dalam percaturan Dance Music di Israel, sedangkan Felix seorang yang sukses lewat psychedelic circus. Mereka berdua punya kesamaan konsep, yang berniat untuk menghibur para penikmat musik di akhir pekan. Mereka sukses meluncurkan banyak track maupun remix, seperti ‘Killer, DJ, Bitch, Dealer’, ‘Black Ops’. Mereka juga banyak merilis track dalam naungan label ternama seperti Toolroom, Baroque, Armada, Tasted. Semakin lama, nama mereka pun semakin menjadi jaminan dalam berbagai lantai dansa seluruh penjuru dunia. Weekend Heroes is a duo consisting of Felix Timelock and Eli ‘DJ Zombi’. DJ Zombi is a progressive house DJs who was quite popular in the Israeli dance music scene, meanwhile Felix was known through Psychedelic Circus. They both had the same vision, they wanted to entertain the music lovers every weekend. Some tracks and remixes have been released, such as “Killer, DJ, Bitch, Dealer” and “Black Ops”. They also released many tracks under well-known labels, like Toolroom, Baroque, Armada, and Tasted. They have been busy getting Weekend Heroes known on dance floors all over the world.
Membuka lembaran baru di tahun 2013, Felix dan DJ Zombi langsung tancap gas tampil di berbagai negara. Khususnya bulan Maret hingga April 2013, mereka akan banyak tampil di negara seperti Brasil, Africa, Amerika, dan salah satunya adalah Indonesia. Weekend Heroes akan menggulirkan set musiknya di Club Voyeur, Illigals Hotel pada tanggal 8 Maret 2013. Bagi yang belum mengenal mereka, saatnya bertemu dengan Felix dan DJ Zombi! Felix and DJ Zombi are touring the world in early 2013. In March through April, they will tour through Brazil, Africa, America, and of course Indonesia. Weekend Heroes will play their set at Club Voyeur, Illigals Hotel, Jakarta on March 8.
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ART Label LUV’s Bar & Dine
Friday March 15
Soulful, House, Progressive House
Hail From Jakarta
ART Label adalah proyek trio yang dibentuk pada tahun 2011. Tiga orang dari tiga generasi yang menyatu dalam satu kesamaan visi dalam bermusik, yaitu Ari Jo, Rheema dan Tosse, yang inisial nama mereka membentuk singkatan ART. Tosse merupakan generasi lebih dulu, berangkat dari era club scene tahun 80an, sempat menjabat sebagai resident di Earthquake Monument, Pitstop, Marimba, Caliber, Planet dan kini Tosse adalah resident DJ di Stadium dan Malioboro. Nama yang kedua adalah Ari Jo, yang memulai karirnya pada akhir tahun 90an dan berbekal kualitas, Stadium merekrutnya untuk bergabung bersama dengan para resident lainnya. Terakhir adalah Rheema, wanita yang terjun ke dunia DJ pada tahun 2006. Terinspirasi dari nama besar lokal yaitu DJ Tosse, Ari Jo, Iwan Sidrink, hingga internasional seperti DJ Sasha, Grant Nelson, Audio Whores, Rheema kerap tampil di berbagai klab di Jakarta hingga kota lainnya. ART Label is a trio DJ group formed in 2011 that consists of three singers from three different generations; they are Ari Jo, Rheema, and Tosse. Tosse is in the first generation, he started his music career in the club scene era in the 80s, he also once worked as a resident DJ at Earthquake Monument, Pitstop, Marimba, Caliber, and Planet, now he is a resident DJ at Stadium and Malioboro. In the second generation is Ari Jo who started his career in the late 90s and was recruited by Stadium to join the other fellow resident DJs because of his undeniable skills. Last but not least is Rheema, a young lady who started her DJ career in 2006. Inspired by local and international DJs, such as DJ Tosse, Ari Jo, Iwan Sidrink, DJ Sasha, Grant Nelson, and Audio Whores, Rheema appeared pretty often in many clubs in Jakarta and other major cities.
Berbekal dengan nama baru, penggabungan kreatifitas dalam masing masing sound dan genre, ART Label kini langsung menancapkan kukunya di area Dance Music Indonesia. Sebagai gebrakan awal, Ari Jo-Rheema-Tosse akan tampil dalam lawatan tur klub yang diberi nama ‘3 Generation Invasion’ yang akan dimulai pada tanggal 15 Maret di LUV’s Bar & Dine. Setelahnya, giliran klub X1 Bogor, Eclectic Jakarta, Stadium dan Prive. Saatnya menyaksikan set perdana trio lintas generasi yang tergabung dalam ART Label di LUV’s Bar & Dine. With the merging of creativity in each sound and genre, ART Label is now ready to compete in the Indonesian dance music scene. As the first buzz, Ari Jo, Rheema, and Tosse will appear in their club tour called “3 Generation Invation” which will start on March 15 at LUV’s bar & Dine. Afterwards, the X1 Club Bogor, Eclectic Jakarta, Stadium, and Prive will be the last stop.
Cash Money Moovina
saturday March 23
Funk, Hip Hop, Soul
DJ terbaik adalah DJ yang menguasai ilmu Turntable, dan salah satunya adalah Cash Money. Kilas balik karirnya, saat DJ yang bernama asli Jerome Hewlett ini, tidak fokus kuliah dan justru perhatiannya beralih ke turntable. Jerome yang terinspirasi dari nama besar Grandmaster Flash, masuk ke Hip Hop Scene pada tahun 80, bersama dengan rekannya yaitu Jazzy Jeff. Pada tahun 87, Jerome mengikuti DJ Battle dan setahun kemudian yaitu tahun 88, giliran kompetisi bergengsi di dunia diikutinya, DMC World DJ dan Jerome menjadi pemenangnya. Tahun yang sama, dia dan rekannya MC Marvelous membentuk proyek duo bernama Cash Money & Marvelous, selain meluncurkan album Whereâ€™s The Party At. Sang American DMC Championship ini pun memproduksi dan meremix track artis semacam Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Mantronix, PM Dawn dan Public Enemy. A good DJ is one that masters the science of the turntable, and one person who does it well is Cash Money. Born Jerome Hewlett, when he was not focusing on college, he turned his attention to the turntables. Jerome, inspired by the likes of Grandmaster Flash, entered the hip hop scene in the 80s, together with his partner, Jazzy Jeff. He is oftentimes credited with inventing the transform scratch. Money signed up for the world-famous 1988 DMC World DJ competition and came out victorious. That same year, he and his buddy MC Marvelous formed a duo project called Cash Money & Marvelous besides launching their album Whereâ€™s The Party At. He also produced and remixed works from artists such as Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Mantronix, PM Dawn and Public Enemy.
DJ Cash Money yang sudah beberapa kali tampil di Jakarta, masih terus aktif dalam dunia musik Hip Hop, selain menjadi produser bagi artis baru, juga aktif tampil di klub. Sang Turntablist yang masuk dalam DJ Hall of Fame ini akan kembali ke Jakarta, dan Cash Money akan menjadi pengisi acara utama di Moovina pada hari Sabtu tanggal 23 Maret mendatang. Saatnya menyaksikan legenda hidup memainkan perangkat DJ di Moovina DJ Cash Money has performed in Jakarta a few times, and is still actively hip hopping, apart from being a producer for new and upcoming artists, he also plays gigs at clubs. The Turntabelist, was once inducted in the DJ Hall of Fame. Cash money will be the main performer at Moovina on Saturday, March 23.
Michael Vagas LUVâ€™s Bar & Dine
Friday March 22
Tech Electro House Psy Prog Set
Hail From Switzerland
Michael Vagas adalah seorang DJ yang asalnya dari Swiss, dan dia belajar mendalami House music pada tahun 90. Setahun kemudian, Michael pertama kalinya membeli peralatan DJ dan lebih serius belajar, sambil mengerjakan beberapa acara yang dia buat bersama rekannya. Setelah menyelesaikan studi dan lulus dari Sekolah Seni di tahun 94, pindah ke Sydney, Australia. Disana, Michael mengikuti Australian DMC Competition dan tampil di banyak klab. Setelah bekerja paruh waktu sebagai graphic designer, dimulailah petualangan ke beberapa negara Asia termasuk Indonesia dan kembali ke Swiss pada tahun 97. Tahun 2004, Michael memutuskan untuk pindah ke Asia, dengan menetap secara berpindah antara Jakarta, Bali dan Singapore, sekaligus tampil di klab seperti Velvet Underground Kuala Lumpur. K8 Santosa Singapore, Double Six Bali, X2 Jakarta. Dalam musiknya, terdapat campuran dari Electro, Techno dan Progressive yang juga diramu dengan eleman Psy Breaks, Deep House, dan Funky House. Michael Vagas is a DJ hailing from Switzerland, where he learnt to explore house music in the 90s. A year later, Michael bought himself a DJ set and became more eager in the process of learning, while also organizing events that he and his buddies managed. After finishing his studies and graduating from Art School in 94, he moved to Sydney, Australia. There, Michael auditioned for the Australian DMC Competition and performed at many clubs. After working as a part-time graphic designer, he travelled through Asian countries including Indonesia and eventually returned to Switzerland in 97. Michael then decided to migrate to Asia in 2004, residing in Jakarta, Bali and Singapore, while also playing gigs at clubs such as Velvet Underground Kuala Lumpur, K8 Sentosa Singapore, Double Six Bali and X2 Jakarta. He plays electro, techno and progressive, blended with elements of psy break, deep house, and funky house.
Sambil mengerjakan beberapa demo set dengan bermacam genre yang bisa didownload, Michael Vagas juga masih sibuk dengan tampil di Jakarta, mapun Bali. Dj yang juga aktif sebagai graphic designer ini, akan tampil di LUVâ€™s Bar & Dine pada tanggal 22 Maret. Whilst preparing a few demo sets with different types of genres were available for download, Michael Vagas is currently occupied with DJ gigs in Jakarta and Bali. This globe trotting DJ will be behind the turntables at LUVâ€™s Bar & Dine on March 22.
21 Street stadium
Friday March 29
Soulful, House, Progressive House
Hail From TURKEY
21 Street adalah duo yang terdiri dari Haluk Duz dan Bayram Balsak. Proyek ini dibentuk pada tahun 2002 dan kedua orang ini punya latar belakang yang berbeda ide dan pemikiran, namun mereka menyatu menjadi 21 Street. Duz dan Bayram merupakan DJ yang berkarir dan mempunyai produksi masing masing, dan mereka berdua juga pernah bekerja sama dengan nama besar seperti John 00 Fleming, Boby Deep, Silinder, dan banyak nama lainnya. Ketika mereka berdua bekerja sama, menghasilkan musik dengan sound yang unik dan berbeda, cenderung lebih dalam dan melodis. Album pertama mereka adalah From East 4 Rest yang diluncurkan pada tahun 2008, sedangkan album kedua yang berjudul Tronic rilis setahun setelahnya. Sedangkan tahun 2011 merupakan tahun terpenting bagi mereka karena album terbaik mereka diluncurkan lewat label Baroque, Bonzai, Spherax, Lowbit, Stripped Rec, Indigo dan Hyline Records. 21 Street is a duo consisting of Halik Duz and Byram Balsak. The group was formed in 2002 and was formed by two different background personas but they were able to become one as 21 Street. Duz and Bayram were DJs who produced their own projects, and once worked with some big names DJs, such as John 00 Flemming, Boby Deep, Silinder, and more. When they collaborated in producing music they were able to produce deeper and melodic sounds. Their first album was called From East 4 Rest and was released in 2008. A year later, they released their second album called Tronic. Their album were released under the labels such as Baroque, Bonzai, Spherax, Lowbit, Stripped Rec, Indigo, and Hyline Records.
21 Street aktif meluncurkan banyak track maupun remix, dan ditengah kesibukannya mengolah musik dalam studionya, mereka berdua juga tampil di berbagai klub, salah satunya adalah Stadium. 21 Street akan tampil pada tanggal 29 Maret 2013, dan buat Anda yang belum pernah mendengar set unik mereka, wajib hadir ke Stadium. Although producing many tracks and remixes actively in their studio, they also appear often in a lot of clubs. This time, 21 Street will heat up the crowd at Stadium on March 29.
Ferry Corsten Skenoo Exhibition Hall
Friday April 5
Electrohouse, Trance, Techno,
Hail From The Netherlands
Ferry Corsten adalah seorang DJ yang berasal dari Belanda. Dia juga dikenal dengan nama System F. Ferry membeli keyboard pertamanya pada umur 16 tahun dari hasil mencuci mobil-mobil di lingkungan tempatnya tinggal. Pada tahun 1995, Ferry bersama dengan kawannya memenangkan kompetisi pertama mereka di ajang De Grote Prijs van Nederland. Cita-cita nya untuk menjadi seorang teknisi listrik membuatnya meneruskan sekolahnya di Technical Training School dan kemudian di Higher Technical Education. Di tahun 1999, dengan alias System F, Ferry merilis album Out of the Blue yang salah satu single nya berjudul “Cry” meraih posisi 20 besar di tangga lagu Inggris. Raihan Ferry ini kemudian membawanya berkolaborasi dengan DJ trance internasional seperti DJ Tiësto, Vincent de Moor, dan Robert Smit. Ferry mendirikan label sendiri bernama Flashover Recordings dan meluncurkan album keduanya L.E.F. sebagai Ferry Corsten di tahun 2005. Album ini menjadi nomor satu di tangga lagu music dance iTunes. Ferry Corsten is a DJ from the Netherlands, also known as System F. Ferry, bought his first keyboard from money he earned from washing cars in his neighborhood. In 1995, Ferry and his friend won their first award at the De Grote Prijs van Nederland competition. His dream of becoming an electrical engineer led him to enter technical training school. In 1999, under the System F moniker, Ferry released an album called Out of the Blue with a single called “Cry” going into the Top 20 in UK singles chart. This achievement later earned him the opportunity to collaborate with international trance DJs such as Tiësto, Vincent de Moor, and Robert Smit. In 2005, he founded his own label, Flashover Recordings, and also launched his album under his real name called L.E.F. This album later peaked on the iTunes dance music charts.
Selain sibuk dengan program radio nya, Corsten’s Countdown, Ferry yang juga sebagai produser musik ini juga adalah duta KidsRights Foundation yang bergerak di bidang kesejahteraan anakanak di dunia dan dia akan tampil di Skenoo Exhibition Hall pada tanggal April 5. Other than working on his radio show, Corsten’s Countdown, Ferry, who is also a music producer, currently is an ambassador of Kids Rights Foundation which increases awareness of children’s welfare worldwide. He will perform at Skenoo Exhibition Hall on April 5.
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DADANG "POHON TUA" PRANOTO Singer, Songwriter
Having rocked Record Plant in Los Angeles, Navicula are soon to release their eighth album. In the meantime, he’s been writing the musical score for Richard Oh’s next movie, ensuring that his electronic music side-project Saman is all go. And Dialog Dini Hari? You’d better watch out for their fourth album; it’s coming soon! P.S Dialog Dini Hari are also getting ready to tour Java in early March alongside White Shoes and The Couples Company. What music are you into at the moment? I’m currently in love with The Flying Club Cup by Beirut, Rolling Through This World by Bob Brozman and Jeff Lang with Angus Diggs, and of course, Soundgarden’s King Animal! What was the first record you bought—any interesting story behind it? It was Semut Hitam, the third album of God Bless. Back then, 1988, I was still in primary school (I’m not sure what grade). I bought the cassette using my pocket money plus the money I made from watching over my auntie’s baby. I remember that night clearly (and shamelessly) because my dad took me to the record store and I insisted to him that the name of the band was Semut Hitam. Since that night, I’ve had nothing but respect for God Bless. … who would’ve thought, 20 years after that “Semut Hitam” moment, I would share the stage with God Bless... What are your all-time favorite albums? Why? Soundgarden’s Superunknown: As a rock musician, a grunge worshipper, this album is like a bible. Every texture in the album is filled graciously by the band’s personnel. Throughout my career with Navicula, I’ve continued to utilise Superunknown as a guitar reference for each of our studio albums. Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon: This album
has become my benchmark in understanding and appreciating silence within noise. You don’t need to worry about any prediction in the art of sound, Pink Floyd have taught us the beauty of exploring the uncertainty in music. Bob Dylan’s Self Portrait: Does anybody dare to challenge him? Tom Waits’s Swordfishtrombones: This album effectively works to build my confidence, as a strong mantra to make me forget about my diffidence. You just go out and sing, just do it. Eddie Vedder’s Into the Wild: This is the album which inspired me to form the folk band, Dialog Dini Hari. Beck’s Guero and Radiohead’s OK Computer: These albums are genius; a bit too genius! They have the potential to make me feel stupid, like I’m nobody in comparison to such forward thinking albums. What was the worst record you ever purchased? I’ve never purchased a bad record. I don’t buy albums that I’m not interested in. Who do you want to be, other than yourself, next time you reincarnate? I just want to be me. But if I really had to choose my next lifetime, next time I would have to choose…
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What book are you reading now and what’s the score (1-10)? History of God by Karen Amstrong. Score: 8 What new movie should people see? Why? People should watch Looper (Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt). What a twisted sci-fi film! It has an unpredictable ending and is full of valuable messages. What album do you choose to start your weekend? Dave Matthews Band’s Everyday. And a song/album to end your weekend with? Ali Farka Touré’s The River.
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Believing in Ourselves This year’s Oscars show that life is often more dramatic than art
s widely predicted, Argo, the hostagerescue drama with witty dialogue won the Best Picture award at this year’s Oscars. As it is a film with a feel-good ending, many would argue that its uplifting flavour is just what we need in these uncertain times – in contrast to last year’s nostalgic winner, the black-and-white silent movie The Artist. When First Lady Michelle Obama, live from the White House, appeared in a surprise double act with Jack Nicholson to announce the Best Picture nominees and winner, she commented that a common thread linking all of them was the importance of finding the courage to believe in ourselves. She might well have added that many of the real-life stories associated with the films were as dramatic, if not more so, than the stories they portrayed. In Zero Dark Thirty, an account of the manhunt for Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden based on a true story but with fictionalised passages added, the single-minded determination of a CIA operative over the course of a decade produces the desired result in the end. However, given the degree of risk that the raid on Bin Laden’s Pakistan hideout posed, it required a courageous decision by Michelle’s husband as US president and final decision maker to order the ultimate go-ahead for the raid.
Argo, a nail-biter liberally peppered with comic moments, portrayed the self-belief of a CIA operative working in conjunction with the Canadian government to facilitate the escape of six US hostages from Tehran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. Like Zero Dark Thirty, the film has been criticised for the way it mixes truth with fiction for dramatic purposes, particularly for not giving sufficient credit to Canada for the success of the mission. The real-life story behind the film is that director and coproducer Ben Affleck has endured a series of box-office failures in recent years and his commitment to Argo was a demonstration of his refusal to allow his own selfconfidence to be destroyed. The Best Picture win was a bittersweet victory for Affleck, for the film is one of few in
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lead, Emmanuelle Riva, was nominated for Best Actress. Celebrating her 86th birthday on the night of the ceremony, she would have been the oldest recipient of the award in this category had she won. The film’s aging theme is universal, for it’s something that affects all of us – should we survive that long – and its portrayal of the husband’s unflinching devotion to his wife is a remarkable testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Another Best Picture nominee was Lincoln, which portrays the last four months of US President Abraham Lincoln’s life when he was trying to win political support for the abolition of slavery. However, it has also been criticised for its historical inaccuracies. Even so, it has an intriguing contemporary resonance: It illustrates the political guile that the president had to resort to and the self-belief to persevere when congress was not necessarily on his side. Where have we heard that before?
Hollywood history that did not win its director an Oscar at the same time. Amour, a film in French about a couple’s love and devotion set against a background of aging and death, did not win Best Picture but was hailed Best Foreign Language Film. The female
Although it did not win Best Picture, the real-life drama lay in Daniel Day-Lewis winning Best Actor for his portrayal of Lincoln. It was a historic win, making him the only person ever to win three best actor Oscars. Whilst most, if not all, of us will never be in the running for an Oscar, we can nonetheless draw consolation and strength that the courage to believe in ourselves will keep us going in both good times and bad. (Jim Read)
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Riannti has been making quite a name for herself in the local muisc scene and sings professionally at all kinds of events. Well, she’s now reaching for the stars with a new album soon to be launched at Red Square on April 5 and The Beat caught up with her for a few questions.
What is the name of your new album? The album is called All Night. What’s the album about? What style of music? Mostly about love, it’s inspired from my own personal experiences. The style of the new album is pop, RnB and dance with some rock elements too. It’s mostly inspired by Rihanna, and a little bit by Beyoncé and Armin Van Buuren. Did you write the music and lyrics? Or who does? Yes I do normally write all the music and the lyrics. Except for “All Night”. I wrote that together with Albert Rosenbrand. I will put an all new album snippet on my Soundcloud and my Youtube. You raised the funding to make the album online. What do you want to do with the record after it is released? Each of the people contributing on the project will get different incentives. From album downloads to a free live session. So I will take care of that and then put my album for sale on Itunes, CD Baby, Amazon, and Multiply and probably in other platforms. In order to promote it, I am preparing another funding project on IndieGoGo to raise money to make my first solo video clip. From there I will continue building my fan base by being involved in events and projects. I will also approach music labels in Indonesia. And lets not forget the most important thing, I’ll be making music. You can check Riannti and her new music out for yourself on April 5 at Red Square, Arcadia Senayan.
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alah satu veteran skena alternatif Jakarta, Harlan, datang kembali mewarnai blantika musik lewat Jajan Rock. Album ini adalah komposisi solo keduanya pasca Sakit Generik yang dirilis pada November 2012. Diterbitkan beberapa pekan silam, karya yang berisikan empat lagu dengan tajuk yang tampaknya nihil niat bermanis-manis yaitu “Jajan Rock”, “David Tarigan”, “Klaten”, dan “Permisi”. Khusus mengenai “Klaten”, jika anda merasa familiar dengan judul itu, memang, pemilik aslinya adalah Gribs. Akibat kepincut dengan tema, lirik dan gerak-gaya para personel grup retro rock tersebut Harlan lalu menyanyikannya kembali namun dengan pendekatan yang sama sekali berbeda: disenandungkan lewat corak folk rock nan bersahaja, yang notabene adalah corak keseluruhan dari Jajan Rock. Sementara
Jakarta’s infamous veteran of indie, Harlan, “David Tarigan” jelas erat kaitannya dengan WWW.BEATMAG.COM has returned. Consisting of four songs, salah satu sosok terhormat di ranah sub kultur Harlan’s latest offering to the scene, Jajan Nusantara walau agak samar tergambar apa Rock, was released this past February. sebenarnya yang hendak dikisahkan. And, of these, “Klaten”, turned out to be a Gribs cover, which is a move attributed to Mengenai konsep album yang terbit di the immense respect he has for the themes, bawah bendera Rain Dogs Records ini Harlan lyrics and attitudes of the retro rock group. gamblang bilang bahwa ia setia menggunakan Don’t be thinking it’s an ordinary, run of cara-cara yang sederhana dalam menata musik the mill, tone-for-tone cover, cause this one dan merekam lagu-lagunya, dengan gitar isn’t an ordinary do-over. Harlan’s version akustik sebagai instrumen utama. “Tema lagu is straight up folk, folks. Indeed, folk is the masih pula seputar keseharian, dan kadang predominant genre represented throughout mungkin tidak memiliki arti yang terlalu his entire album, like a straight up injection jelas,” tambahnya. Setelah Jajan Rock Harlan of folky goodness. berencana meluncurkan satu EP lagi sebelum akhirnya mengeluarkan album penuh pada Released under the keen eye of Rain Dogs akhir 2013. Records this album is a quick off the mark follow up to Sakit Generik which hit the Jejak Harlan sendiri di peta musik Indonesia stores back in November 2012. But wait, terserak dimana-mana. Di antaranya pernah there’s more, we have it on good authority menjadi kibordis The Upstairs, biduan di that a third mini album is planned for release C’mon Lennon, bermain bas di Room V, serta soon after Jajan Rock. And then, this Harlan menyumbang lirik ke beberapa grup musik trilogy shall be completed by way of a fullserta menulis syair untuk soundtrack film. length album, due out in late 2013. Selain itu ia sempat memanajeri Efek Rumah Kaca, mejadi produser rekaman, dan aktif If you fancy your folk and have found menulis untuk majalah. yourself missing this local troubadour, take a visit to raindogsrecords.com to keep Jika anda penyuka folk dan rindu figur troubadour updated on what’s what with Harlan. Oh, lokal, silakan kunjungi raindogsrecords.com and whilst there, buy his albums. untuk memesan album ini.
With The Palestine National Orchestra By Erza S.T.
ince the beginning of time it appears the region of Israel and Palestine has always been racked with conflict. For decades, it seems we only hear about conflict, incidents and struggles. However life as we know it is continuing and so are the lives of Palestinians. From beneath the apparent drama the people and country are suffering, Palestine surprised the world by debuting their country’s first national orchestra ever on New Year’s Day in 2011 in Ramallah and guess what? This orchestra is coming to Jakarta…
Australian conductor: Matthew Coorey was chosen to conduct the orchestra on their first tour ever to Indonesia. He began conducting in 2002 and is an award-winning conductor who has been leading some of best orchestras in the world such as the London Philharmonic, The Seattle Symphony, Sydney Symphony and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. He will conduct The Palestinian National Orchestra together with a few of the world’s great soloists such as Syrian clarinet player KinanAzmeh, Lebanese flutist WissamBoustany, Palestinian American violinist Charlie Bisharat and Palestinian Japanese soprano Mariam Tamari.
The Palestine National Orchestra was founded thanks to an initiative of the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (the foundation is named after the late Palestinian writer and academic). More than 40 Palestinian and foreign musicians, drawn from the leading orchestras around the world, gathered and formed what is the first Palestinian orchestra since 1948. Suhail Khoury, the director of Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, introduced their first performance with the words: “Today an orchestra, tomorrow a state. Today we are witnessing the birth of the Palestine National Orchestra at a time when the Palestinian struggle for independence is passing through one of its most critical and difficult moments.”
For this tour, the orchestra has chosen some interesting programs that include Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 and his aria: Martern Aller Arten from Die Entfuhrungausdem Serail as well as Rossini’s aria: Non si da Follia Maggiore from Il Turco in Italia; and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7. The “virtuoso” Syrian clarinet soloist Kinan Azmeh will play his own composition called “Wedding”. And like Azmeh, the famous Lebanese flutist: Wissam Boustany will also play his own solo composition called “And the Wind Whispered” without orchestra accompaniment. Surely this rare performance is definitely not to be missed. Even yours truly here has already booked a couple of tickets for this (going to be) amazing concert.
The Palestine National Orchestra
March 30 and March 31 starting from 7.30pm onwards Aula Simfonia Jakarta For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or www.rajakarcis.com
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“Right then,” says marketing executive #1 (possibly called Brad) whilst shuffling some papers around on his big mahogany desk, “what next?”“Taylor Swift. Album four,” answers marketing executive #2 (possibly called AJ). “Hmm ok,” ponders Brad, “let’s make this quick. Collaborations. Who’s that dude from Ireland who writes those songs they always play at emotional moments on the X-Factor. Y’know, the one from Snowy Patrol.” “Gary Lightbody” answers AJ. “Yes him! Get him. And while you’re at it, get the ginger Brit I saw earlier playing guitar in studio 6.”“Ed Sheeran?” “Yep, that’ll play well with the fans in Englandshire. BOOM! That’s two tracks done right there.” “What else is hot right now?” continues Brad. “Dubstep?” proffers AJ. “YES! Make her do a dubstep song.” “But, isn’t she a country singer living in Nashville?” “Who cares, we’ll call it a new musical direction. Now what about the rest?” “Actually”, interjects AJ “she writes her own stuff.” “PERFECT! Good job man, let’s go grab a skinny latte.” Now I’m no expert, but I wouldn’t be surprised if that was exactly how it all went down for Taylor Swift’s fourth studio album – the unimaginatively titled Red. Those not familiar with the indisputably lovely 24-year-old from Pennsylvania may well have dismissed her as another talentless muppet with a nice voice, but Swift takes an admirably large chunk of the writing credit on Red (10 out of the 16 songs), displaying a lyrical maturity well ahead of her peers. “Here we are again/ in the middle of the night/dancing around the kitchen in the refrigerator light,” she sings sweetly on the beautiful “All too well.” Aww. Smiley face. “Almost Do”, “Sad, Beautiful, Tragic” and “The Lucky One” are similarly charming ballads that further showcase Swift’s obvious gift for writing and melody. Conversely, the tracks where she shares writing credits with an assortment of others such as the album’s lead single, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” (like, EVAR), the above mentioned duets (“The Last Time”, “Everything Has Changed”), and most notably the dubstep faff of “I Knew You Were Trouble”, pale in comparison to her own songs, with that forced, ‘new direction’ feel. Female listeners under the age of 18 who are chiefly concerned with the business of:1)chasing, 2) dating, or 3)breaking up with boys, will totally dig all of “Red”, but I just wish the meddling marketing dudes would butt out and let her get on with it, as there is a deserved talent under all this begging to be nurtured, and not, as Brad and AJ would have it, spoon fed. Dan Ashcroft
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Silver Lining, Zombies, Hitman and a Werewolf
Cinta, rasa takut dan rasa memiliki adalah beberapa emosi manusia yang dalam dan sering kita jumpai. Berikut ada beberapa kisah berisi emosiemosi tersebut yang mengadaptasi kejadian klasik dengan kejadian masa kini, beberapa dengan cara menggabungkan dua tema besar dalam film-film yang telah ada. Semuanya tersedia untuk disimak di www.blitzmegaplex. com dan www.21cineplex.com! Love, fear and a sense of belonging are some of the most often seen emotions in our life. Here are some tales featuring those which adapt stories from the past with what is happening in today’s society, some are doing it by amalgamating two big themes from previous movies. See for yourself at www.blitzmegaplex.com and www.21cineplex.com!
Silver Linings Playbook Comedy, Drama, Romance. Director: David O. Russell. Writer: David O. Russell (Screenplay) and Matthew Quick (Novel). Cast: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Jacki Weaver, Chris Tucker, Anupam Kher. Film ini diangkat dari novel yang berjudul sama. Dikisahkan bahwa Pat Jr. (Bradley Cooper, The Hangover franchise) baru saja diperbolehkan pulang setelah penyakit bipolar disorder yang dideritanya telah membaik. Suatu hari, pada saat makan malam di rumah seorang teman, Pat berjumpa dengan ipar temannya itu bernama Tiffany Maxwell (Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games), yang juga mempunyai masalah yang sama yaitu neurosis. Unsur komedi dan romantis sangat terasa pada film ini, dari mimic dan gerakan tubuh para pemainnya, ini sangat berperan besar dalam meraih berbagai penghargaan termasuk Oscar dan membuat para kritikus film angkat dua jempol. Saksikan dan temukan ciuman di akhir film yang disutradarai oleh David O. Russell ini.
This film is adapted from the novel of the same name. Pat Jr. (Bradley Cooper, The Hangover franchise) has just been released from a mental health institution after his bipolar disorder can now be treated at home. One day, during a dinner at a friend’s house, Pat meets his friend’s sister-in-law, Tiffany Maxwell (Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games), which also has the mental problem – neuroses. Elements of comedy and romance between the protagonists throughout the film made it a strong contender during the awards season, including a win for Jennifer Lawrence. Critics have warmly received this touching story of love between two flawed characters. Expect some laughs and a lot of sentimentality.
Killing Them Softly Neo-noir, Crime, Thriller. Director: Andrew Dominik. Writer: Andrew Dominik (Screenplay), George V. Higgins (Novel). Cast: Brad Pitt, Richard Jenkins, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, Vincent Curatola, Slaine. Tokoh utama disini, yaitu Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt, Inglourious Basterds), seorang pembunuh bayaran, disewa jasanya oleh Driver (Richard Jenkins, The Visitor), utusan mafia untuk membunuh Markie Trattman (Ray Liotta), Squirrel (Vincent Curatola), Frankie (Scoot McNairy) dan Russell (Ben Mendelsohn) atas perbuatan mereka merampok tempat judi poker milik Markie. Film ini dibuat serupa dengan novel Cogan’s Trade karya George V. Higgins. Tampaknya, Brad Pitt cocok dengan peran baik maupun peran jahat. Film bergenre mafia dan perampokan seperti ini memang spesialisasi nya Andrew Dominik, setelah sukses dengan The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford pada tahun 2007.
The main character here, Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt, Inglourious Basterds), a hitman, is hired by Driver (Richard Jenkins, The Visitor) – a mafia emissary, to murder Markie Trattman (Ray Liotta), Squirrel (Vincent Curatola), Frankie (Scoot McNairy) and Russell (Ben Mendelsohn) due to their heist of a mob poker game. This film was based on Cogan’s Trade, a novel by George V. Higgins. This movie features a dynamic Pitt who is able to play both hero or villain. Expect multiple intertwining subplots, the usual criminal characters, and extremely well written dialog.
warm bodies Zombie Comedy, Horror, Romance. Director: Jonathan Levine. Writer: Jonathan Levine (Screenplay), Isaac Marion (Novel). Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, Dave Franco, Analeigh Tipton, Cory Hardrict, John Malkovich. Di film ini terdapat zombie yang sangat aneh bernama R (Nicholas Hoult, About a Boy) yang tinggal di kota yang telah terpenuhi oleh zombie. Saat R dan kawanan zombie sedang mencari makanan (baca: daging manusia), terutama otak manusia, mereka bertemu dengan Julie Grigio (Teresa Palmer) dan beberapa manusia lainnya yang juga sedang keluar mencari makanan. R tertarik pada Julie pada pandangan pertama. Cerita ini memaparkan sisi lain dari dunia zombie, jadi nantikan aksi para zombie-zombie baik itu untuk mendapatkan kepercayaan para manusia dengan mengalahkan zombie jahat yang menyerang kota. Film ini benar-benar sebuah kisah tentang cinta seorang zombie dan anak manusia yang menembus batas-batas sosial, yang nantinya akan mengubah dunia. Memang tidak begitu masuk akal, tapi baik Anda pecinta film zombie atau film romantis, jangan lewatkan yang satu ini.
A very bizarre zombie named R (Nicholas Hoult, About a Boy) lives in a city teeming with zombies. When R and the zombie packs are about to scavenge for food (human flesh), especially human brains, they accidentally meet Julie Grigio (Teresa Palmer) and a few more humans who are also looking for food. R falls for Julie at first sight. This story depicts the other side of the zombie realm, where not all zombies are cruel, some are goodhearted. Expect R and his friends to interact with the humans. This movie vividly tells a love story between the undead and a girl. Expect some hilarious necrophilia and all the hallmarks of a zombie movie. This just could be the first romantic zombie movie to ever make its way to the big screen, so also expect for this flick to defy convention.
SINISTER Horror, Mystery, Thriller. Director: Scott Derrickson. Writer: C. Robert Cargill, Scott Derrickson. Cast: Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance, Fred Thompson, James Ransone, Clare Foley, Michael Hall D’Addario.
Film yang satu ini bercerita tentang seorang penulis cerita, Ellison Oswalt (Ethan Hawke, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead) yang mengajak istri – Tracy Oswalt (Juliet Rylance) dan kedua anaknya, Ashley dan Trevor untuk pindah ke sebuah rumah yang dulunya adalah tempat kejadian terbunuhnya sebuah keluarga. Dia berencana menggali lebih dalam kejadian pembunuhan itu untuk cerita terbarunya. Di loteng, Ellison menemukan beberapa rekaman pembunuhan, salah satu nya adalah yang ditayangkan pada awal film ini. Semuanya terungkap di akhir film ini, baik itu figur pembunuh di balik semua ini, motinya dan alasan hilangnya salah satu anak kecil di setiap keluarga yang dibunuhnya. Film karya sutradara Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) yang terinspirasi dari film The Ring ini patut ditonton bagi penggemar film horor.
This found footage horror film follows the story of Ellison Oswalt (Ethan Hawke), a true crime writer, who finds a box of snuff movies that puts his entire family in danger from supernatural beings. The story is about a family moving into a house that was the scene of grisly murders. Sounds familiar? Are kids involved? Yes. Demonic figures? Check. Paranormal events? Check. The difference between this film and the numerous other found footage horror flicks out there where a family moves into a new haunted house is that Sinister had generally positive reviews. So if you want to traumatize your kids for all eternity, bring them to this film and tell them bad things are going to happen to them if they don’t do what you tell them to.
Moovina is a two-in-one dining and entertainment establishment that takes Jakartans away to a special place. The Le Jardin which means “the garden” at Moovin is a chic and charming Parisian garden with its own gorgeous flower shop. That’s downstairs. The other is Mezzanine which is a lounge with a fireplace features beats and tunes of Moovina’s resident DJs. The fireplace is the first of its kind in Jakarta. You can also dine in full view of the chefs in action in the dramatic open kitchen and savor Executive Chef Richard Gillet’s French favorites from the various regions of France. Moovina has a complete wine lists with over 150 bottles, including some boutique wines sourced from all around the world.
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ndrew Coleman is the new general manager at Liquid Exchange and he is definitely bringing a new exuberance and vitality to the popular Epicentrum restaurant and bar. The Beat Jakarta took a moment over beers to find out more about this charming young man. Where are you from and how long have you been in Jakarta? I’m from Australia originally, and have lived in Jakarta twice, first in ‘97, and so far have been here in total 4 years, 2.5 years this time. What kind of experience do you have in F&B? I helped run a bar in Beijing for some time, and was more recently a part of a bar in Kemang but jumped at the opportunity to run LEX given the huge potential. This place has to be one of the hottest spots in Jakarta. What are you going to bring to the table (so to speak) at Liquid Exchange? What’s new? I’ve started a few new initiatives such as monthly Chef Specials for new menu options which we will take the top picks from over time to create a favourites list, which we will use to add to our full menu. Also we will be introducing a Sunday Brunch focused towards family time with games, entertainment, face painting along with an array of international and Indonesian food. I’ve also started a cocktails/shooters promotion based on the Champions League with each remaining team getting a signature drink such as the Bayern Munich cocktail made by our awesome head bartender Slamat, which is quickly becoming a guest favourite. I’ve been adjusting some small details of the full menu to breathe new life into an already popular menu. And one of the most important changes is bringing in some new bands for our new Ladies Night on Wednesdays and for our busy Saturdays, still complimented by fantastic band, Icons, on Friday night. What do you do in your spare time in the capital? My hobbies are watching movies either DVD or cinema, training in Mixed Martial Arts, reading quietly alone or just hanging with friends enjoying a laugh.
What are your favorites places to hangout at night around Jakarta (besides your own place of course)? I enjoy Aphrodite to watch sport and play billiards a lot but also I enjoy chilling in Ancol because it feels like an escape from the hustle and bustle of Jakarta. If you were talking to a new-comer to the city, what word of warning would you give him or her? Don’t stay too long otherwise you’ll be hooked forever! Ha ha, no really, this city is one of the best kept secrets to live in. Once you get over the traffic and pollution, which is typical in any major city as I’ve experienced living in London and Beijing. If you could sum Jakarta up in one sentence, what would it be? There’s no other place like the Big Durian, love it here and I’ve met some of the best people I know in this city, which I’ll forever be thankful for.
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2nd Reincarnation From an expat playground, then as a hangout for teens scoring cheap beer, and now catering the yuppie crowd; Darren Dylan writes how it is cool again to be in Kemang. Text: Darren Dylan 56
or the longest time Kemang has been the area of choice for foreigners to reside, and with that came many bars and restaurants catering to the expat lifestyle. In a matter of no time Kemang became the place for the local crowd too to experience authentic international foods that are not found elsewhere in town, such as a good tabouli or humus. As Kemang’s entertainment scene became ever more popular, new venues popped up and at one point the area was overrun by similar-looking venues that offered a similarlooking experience. To appeal to the masses, many of the venues went into price wars, offering cheap booze and extended happy hours. The method actually worked to draw in hordes of punters, but no longer was it the expats coming, but barely legal local teenagers (famously called “ABGs”) scoring affordable tequila shots. The rule of the
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ABGs marked Kemang’s (first) reincarnation which happened in the early 2000s. And although Kemang preserved its privilege as the expat area, some felt Kemang had lost its appeal and sophistication as it became the destination for rowdy and ignorant teenagers to spend their weekends. In the past few years, the winds are changing again in Kemang. The area right now is going through its second reincarnation as it is becoming the hangout block for Jakarta’s local yuppie crowd. New venues in Kemang are hip and sophisticated, gunning for a customer to spend around 200k to 250k per visit. The cheap booze gimmick is slowly losing its appeal, and establishments now focus their energy on taste and experience. One testament of Kemang’s second reincarnation is Jalan Kemang Taman 1. Just a half year ago this road was dead on the entertainment side and was predominately office space. Now this road houses a number of posh venues that recently opened up, with Porsches and Range Rovers filling up the impromptu parking spaces taking up the rather dim-lit street. From
beers at Beer Buddy, dinner in Parc 19, live music in Umbra, patrons can casually bar-hop around the half dozen venues here as each place has its own vibe and persona. Although the “cheap bars” still abound, Kemang is currently going through the second reincarnation has already elevated the area’s reputation; it’s cool again to be in Kemang! The wave of new venues has given the established venues a run for their money, and in an attempt to maintain their relevancy, comes bolder renovations. One in particular is The Edge restaurant in Kemang Icon hotel. Management hired a new executive chef, decked the kitchen with new equipment, and most importantly put extra effort in spicing up the rooftop venue. The second reincarnation is not defined by the incoming yuppies, but more importantly, the single, unified identity of Kemang has been abolished. The area now caters to both patrons on a budget and the fat-wallet types, all staying true to its familiarity as the expat central.
ave you noticed that stripes are making a strong presence this season? Seeing the new campaign for Spring 2013, Tommy Hilfiger is making me lust over stripes even more! Take a look at these images and tell me that you aren’t feeling the same.
Stripe overload never looked this good before. Who says that too much of something is bad? This campaign says it all. We need as much stripes as possible in our wardrobe this season. It also makes me want to sail away to the blue ocean and enjoy my life. The Spring 2013 campaign from Tommy Hilfiger paints a picture of diverse eclectic characters and takes them to the high seas. The all-American family image is of course still very vividly portrayed in the campaign. By the way, the brand also includes a digital webisode with this campaign where Estelle’s “Do My Thing” is played, featuring Janelle Monáe. The webisode since has been online since January 28 at www.tommy.com/bonvoyage. Open the website and you can also view a lot of chic and preppy nautical inspired looks. Don’t
blame me if after you take a peek of the site you find yourself running to the nearest Tommy Hilfiger store to rope up some nautical pieces. By the way, if you’re a fan or follower of Tommy Hilfiger, by answering the question “What’s your thing for 2013″ and using #doyourthinghashtag, you will receive a free download of Estelle’s “Do My Thing” track which is featured in the Tommy Hilfiger campaign.
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f there’s one tool that I can’t live without, it’s the mighty but small tweezers. I always travel with them because having wellgroomed eyebrows is my top priority. When my eyebrows look neat, they frame the whole face and define my facial features. That’s why I always rely on tweezers to save the day. The first reason of why you need to invest in a pair of good tweezers is because it’s so important. I always make it a point to find good tweezers. Not only that, once you find the tweezers, you’ll stick by them for years to come. I don’t think there’s any situation where your tweezers will become unusable anymore. For as long as I remember, I have never really replaced my tweezers because they stopped working. If you get good quality tweezers, they should last for a really long time. I usually replace them only after losing them, being so small, it’s really hard to keep track of where they are. Secondly a good pair of tweezers will easy grip on even the finest eyebrow strands you have. I don’t like being frustrated because there’s this one very fine strand that I can’t pluck out. It’s like an itch you can’t scratch! Thirdly because tweezers with a good grip will ease the job of plucking your eyebrows and won’t slip. With poorly made tweezers oftentimes we have to tweeze four or five times to get only one single strand. Frustrating, I know!
Fourth, it will help with even the most difficult corner of your hair or even the most difficult angle. Now that I got my criteria all laid out, what’s my favourite tweezers? Of course it’s none other than Tweezerman. It’s so iconic and well-known that every time you want to look for tweezers, you know that the best is this one. The only thing about these tweezers, that they’re way more expensive than your regular ones. But trust me, when you can keep one for over a year, it’s worth every penny for saving you a couple of minutes every time you tweeze your eyebrows. Tweezerman is even said to be the “little black dress of beauty tools”. The slant tweezers live up to its name and creates the benchmark standard for every tweezer brand out there. It’s the choice for world-renowned makeup artists with its 25 degree angle on its slant, giving you precision when tweezing your eyebrows. What I love about it is that they even came up with a limited edition tweezer that has cute patterns, albeit more expensive than the normal ones, this one costs me almost double at 260k. But the pattern is just too cute.
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New Desserts at Taco Local Taco Local has become ‘the little taqueria that could’ for many of Jakarta’s foodies. The popular eatery now has a new line of delectable desserts for you to enjoy. There’s the Mexican-style ice cream called Helados (20k), in mango, piña colada, and spiced chocolate flavors. There’s also Piña Asada (25k) or grilled pineapples in brown sugar, topped with vanilla ice cream, and spiked with a bit of rum. Yummy! Not to be outdone, the Toffee Cake (35k) will satisfy your sweet craving; sticky date cake topped with toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream. And last but not least, the Whoopie Pies (25k), in hazelnut, carrot, chocolate mint, or red velvet flavors.These desserts will definitely become the new darlings at Taco Local. Taco Local. Jl. Panglima Polim 5 no. 38, Jakarta Selatan. Ph.: (021) 9494 9538. Facebook: tacolocal. Twitter: @tacolocal.
Madam Kwok Open at Kota Kasablanka With the success of their Epicentrum outlet, Madam Kwok is opening up a new one, which is located at the culinary area of Food Society inside the latest mall in town, Kota Kasablanka. This Peranakan restaurant will surely add diversity to the very spacious top floor. In conjunction with their new outlet opening, Madam Kwok presents a 15% discount to guests until the end of March. Guests are invited to taste their delicious dishes such as Tahu Kipas Babah, Otak Otak Perantau and Sagigit Tiga Rasa. The main courses are Laksa Nonya Kwok, Nasi Lemak Kampoeng Penang, Ayam Ikat Pandan, Sotong Sambel Petai, Iga Asam Nonya Kwok, Shrimp and Pineapple Stir-Fry, Tahu goyang lidah, Kacang Panjang Kriuk. Relish their dessert too – the Es Sambut Kota Kembang, Es katjang Merah, Lapis Selendang Nonya and of course the freshly brewed Teh Tarik. Madam Kwok Kota Kasablanka Upper Ground FU-19 Food Society Jl. Casablanca Raya Kav. 88. Jakarta Selatan Phone (021) 739 8156
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ARUBA new Caribbean Restaurant & Bar Aruba is a casual dining and drinking concept, that creates a “beach bar in the city.” Whether seeking a light snack or a romantic candlelit dinner for two, Aruba can meet any need with a wide range of dining, drinking and entertainment options to choose from. Located on 780 m2 of prime ground floor and first floor space in the Pasaraya Shopping Mall, Aruba has a bar and lounge upstairs with an outdoor balcony for those who prefer al fresco. With a colorful and tropical interior, and a relaxed beach-like atmosphere, guests may enjoy their favorite food and beverage while listening to live bands performing Latin Jazz, Reggae, Calypso or Salsa. Aruba targets a wide demographic of Indonesians, expatriates and tourists that visit Pasaraya, and those looking for an exciting Caribbean concept like this place! Aruba is both a café concept with counters for quick service, and a casual dining concept with a full western menu and is open daily for lunch, dinner and late night supper. Signature dishes include burritos, noodles, burgers, steaks, pastas and sizzling plates, along with pies for dessert.
The cocktail selection is based on Caribbean rum, tequila, vodka and gin and Aruba serves fine wine, champagne, classic cocktails, premium spirits and more. Authentic Aruba rum cocktails are Falernum Fizz , Bonaire Breeze , Bahama Rama, Rum Punch, Aruba Punch and selected legends from the Caribbean. Aruba’s professional staff make sure you have fun and memorable dining and drinking experiences. There is no better way to end the day in Jakarta, than with salt in your hair, sand on your feet and a tropical cocktail in your hand. Visit Aruba today and experience the Caribbean in Jakarta city! Aruba is open daily from 11am until 1am. Guests can enjoy lunch, afternoon tea, happy hours, dinner and nightly entertainment and Aruba welcomes groups and private parties. 021 – 72780419, Fax: 021 - 72780420 www.arubajakarta.com Follow Us on Twitter: Jakarta_aruba or Facebook: Aruba Jakarta
Bibliotheque New Menu for 2013
Bibliotheque presents a new menu for lunch and dinner. New updated menu items such as Crispy French Mallard Duck Leg Confit, Tenderloin Rossini with Pan Seared Foie Gras, BBQ Baby Back & Pork Belly, 24hours Braised Lamb Shank, 24hours Braised Beef Cheek, and Spaghetti Pasta Peperoncini are now available for your culinary pleasure. Some of the items mentioned previously are highly recommended. If you are a food lover and Bibliotheque’s new menu is something you should try. Bibliotheque Sampoerna Strategic Square, South Tower, LG 30 Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 45-46, Jakarta Ph. +62 21 57956977-78
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NORWEGIAN SALMON AT C’S STEAK & SEAFOOD RESTAURANT C’s Steak & Seafood Restaurant at Grand Hyatt Jakarta is excited to showcase Norwegian Salmon from 18 to 24 March 2013, prepared by the restaurant’s own Norwegian Executive Sous Chef, Christer Foldnes. Chef Christer, who is from Bergen, Norway, has crafted a number of appetizers and main courses. To start: Smoked Salmon and Citrus Cured Salmon, Smoked Salmon Devilled Egg with Capers, Dill, and Honey-Mustard Dressing; Spiced Salmon Pate with Salmon Caviar, Fennel Salad, Pickled Cucumber and Homemade Fennel Seed Cracker; and Salmon Chowder with Carrot, Leek, Onion, Croutons, Horseradish Crème. For mains: Pesto Baked Salmon Papillote with Lemon, New Potatoes, Caper Berries, and Sour Cream; Smoked Salmon Risotto and Seaweed, Salmon Caviar, Crispy Salmon Skin; and Pan Fried Salmon Chop with Green Beans, Cherry Tomatoes, Artichokes and Smoked Chili Hollandaise. Chef Christer recommends a taste of in-house Smoked Salmon and Citrus Cured Salmon, Smoked Salmon Devilled Egg with Capers, Dill and HoneyMustard Dressing. “It’s a great way to eat salmon.The smoked salmon gives you a taste of the fatty salmon with a smoky flavor to balance. The cured salmon is marinated with salt and sugar and that gives it a pleasant saltiness balanced with sweetness. Capers, dill and honey-mustard dressing
are Scandinavian condiments for salmon so this would be a very traditional way to eat it in Norway.” explains Chef Christer. For the main course Chef Christer highlights the Pan Fried Salmon Chop with Green Beans, Cherry Tomatoes, Artichokes and Smoked Chili Hollandaise. This is a very light dish, healthy and great for ladies. The salmon is crusted with chopped hazelnut and then pan fried. The hazelnut gives the salmon a crispy golden brown outside and a great texture. It is served with a warm ‘salad’ of green beans, cherry tomatoes and artichokes and a spicy hollandaise sauce. Norwegian Salmon is good for you. Norwegian Salmon is known scientifically as “salar” (Atlantic salmon). Norway is the world’s largest producer of Atlantic Salmon. Norway farms about 570,000 tonnes per year out of a total world production of 1.25 billion tonnes. (www. norwegiansalmon.com) Atlantic salmon is known as the “king of fish,” an appropriate title for many reasons. Atlantic salmon make an epic journey during their lifetime, migrating from the fresh water streams of their youth to feeding grounds in the North Atlantic Ocean and back again to spawn.Their capacity to return back to the same stream where they were hatched has captivated and mystified biologists for hundreds of years. Salmon are among the most beautiful of fish; stream-lined, silver and graceful. They are powerful, too, among the greatest fighters in the fishing world. Perhaps most important of all,Atlantic salmon are a symbol of clean, unspoiled waters that run wild to the sea.
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La Luceis the Light Text David Trauts
hen you walk into some restaurants you know you are walking into something special. Others you walk in and you don’t really get it. La Luce is all of the above at the same time, for the moment anyway. You see, they have a delay of sorts with the 18 Parc building construction where the restaurant is located in the SCBD and the front entrance isn’t supposed to be exactly where it is now. The entrance you greet now is supposed to be the entrance to the building and they are supposed to have a garden space facing the restaurant across to the left but it isn’t ready just yet. When I walked in for the first time I thought the dessert cart next to the front door was the reception desk until a waiter served a piece of cake from it. You see, it’s all a bit complicated but once you are in the restaurant proper, it’s really something else, something special.
I love fine-dining restaurants; full of creativity and passion in every dish, and the service is both attentive and informed in taking care of guests like they are their personal butlers. La Luce has all this, but according to Italian chef Alessandro de Boni, previously from Mulia and who heads the kitchen, it’s not meant to be a fine-dining restaurant. It’s supposed to be a bit more casual than that, but they don’t do a very good job of disguising it. The food is excellently made from the freshest ingredients, mainly local since the government has decided to disrupt the import of most foods recently. This policy has most top restaurants pulling out their collective hair trying to find adequate local replacements and Alessandro’s doing the same. It’s the freshest ingredients and creative recipes that sets La Luce apart from the Jakarta pack of dining bistros.
They have an excellent menu of Italian dishes ranging from appetizers, pizza and pasta; to main courses and desserts. All of these dishes are presented exquisitely. Since my partner that evening didn’t eat meat, and to tell you the truth, I eat less and less too, we chose a selection of appetizers that included Carpaccio Salmon (125K), Baby Squid (95K), Diver Sea Scallops (220K) and a pasta dish, Tonnarelli (180K). These dishes all came out one by one and every taste was savoured to the last morsel, stunningly presented and cooked to perfection. There are plenty of choices available for all kinds of palettes across the expansive menu at La Luce. We washed these dishes down with glasses of Banfi red and white wine (90K). The decor at La Luce could be called modern Italian and would feel right in just about any capital around the world.The restaurant design
was created by Sammy Hendramianto of design firm Gracipta Hadiprana. The design of the cubicle tables in particular are clever with glass separations between each meaning the tight space of the restaurant is fully utilized and guests don’t pay the price of losing their intimacy. For more privacy though, there are two private dining rooms for guests of up to 20 people. Overall La Luce is a magnificent restaurant and just the way I like them―a bit flashy and intimate with great service and excellent food. The entrance will be fixed soon and the outdoor garden area will be a great addition, but for now, La Luce is still a fine Italian restaurant and a great place to dine. Give it a try. La Luce 18 Parc, Tower C, Ground Floor Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD) Lot 18 Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-53 Jakarta Tel. +6221 515 3860
Welcome to a small pizza place who’s hitting it big with Jakarta’s foodies!
ood things come in small packages, and this tiny eatery is a proof of that. Since opening seven months or so ago, Noi (which means ‘us’ in Italian) Pizza has become a new favorite place for Italian food lovers, particularly in the south of Jakarta.
In his younger years, Kevin had lived in England and his affinity for that country is clearly showing in the décor of Noi Pizza. There is plenty of English paraphernalia around. Being the house it once was, when you come into the restaurant, you feel like walking into a flat or a small house in London or somewhere in England. To use the word ‘homey’ is an understatement. There’s a patio in the front, should you feel like dining alfresco and inside you’ll find a living room, a dining room, and a working kitchen, just like a proper living quarter.
You could say that the location of Noi Pizza is partly hidden, nestled at one edge of Pondok Indah residential area. Parking is a bit scarce, but it doesn’t deter patrons from visiting. This restaurant is a labor of love for Kevin, a former employee at an advertising agency. With help from his mother, he Make no mistake; the food here is focused on Italian turned his family’s old house into a very inviting fare. The signature dish is the pizza, of course. But restaurant. what’s unique about it is the dough. Instead of the
one we’re usually familiar with, the pizza dough here watering blend of the pasta with red and green has a very thin, biscuit-like texture. A nice twist of peppers, mushroom, smoked beef, and bursting the old favorite. with intense pepper and garlic zest. It’s a definite must try! The Il Migliore Pizza (55k for large, 33k for small) is their most popular dish; a delicious mix of smoked The Strip Loin Steak (65k) is a newer dish at beef, minced beef, green and red pepper, mushroom, Noi Pizza; 150 grams of succulent Australian beef tomato sauce, mozzarella and cheddar cheese. smothered in barbecue sauce, served with potato There’s nothing like the taste of fresh, homemade wedges, and sautéed vegetables. The steak has pizza to brighten up your day. There’s also a choice become a new favorite of the loyal patrons here. of the Vegetariano (50k for large, 30k for small) pizza; chock full of green and red pepper, mushroom, The homemade Strawberry Mousse or the sweet corn, broccoli, tomato sauce, mozzarella and Chocolate Mousse (15k each) will provide a sweet cheddar cheese. end to your meal. Careful, they’re so scrumptious you just have to taste both! Apart from the pizzas, the pasta dishes here are also noteworthy. The Spaghetti Bolognese (30k) is Noi Pizza is a very homey and welcoming eatery always a crowd’s favorite, and there’s also the Tuna that’s certainly worth a visit. Although small in size, Spaghetti (35k) for you looking for a bit of seafood. it’s already making quite a big buzz among Jakarta’s But our favorite is the Spaghetti Aglio Olio (30k). food lovers and we’ll be waiting for more delectable This is a dish just exploding with flavors; a mouth- dishes to come! (Budi Iskandar)
Noi Pizza Jl. Pinang Kuningan I, UL 4, Pondok Indah, Jakarta Selatan
Ph.: (021) 7033 9494 & 769 5692 Opening hours: 10 am – 9 pm
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BifStop Bif BifStop BifStop Stop Where’s the bif? Well, here’s a place that’ll make carnivores jump for joy!
BifStop Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan No. 10, Jakarta Selatan 12130 Closed on Monday Opening hours: Lunch: 11 am – 3 pm Dinner: 6 – 11 pm Twitter: @bifstop Facebook: bifstop
ifStop started out in early 2011 with their first outlet in the suburb of Bintaro. Their second outlet opened last August on Jalan K. H. Ahmad Dahlan, about a stone’s throw away from Mayestik shopping area and that’s where we visited them just a couple weeks ago.The interior is kept simple; it's a no-frills kind of steak joint which focuses, rightly, on the food.Yes, the steaks are the main attraction here, but there are plenty of other dishes worthy of your attention too. Let’s begin with the appetizers. We ordered the Mexican Nachos (46k); the popular dish is full of fried corn tortillas, smothered with cheese sauce, beef chili con carne, and a side of tomato salsa. We gotta say, nice work on the homemade salsa; it really takes the dish to another level!
with the lunch crowd. It’s easy to see why; the US beef short plate is on steamed rice with mushroom and topped with poached egg. It’ll give Yoshinoya a run for their money. If you’re more up for a fish dish, go for the Dory Fish and Chips (39k). And if you’re in the mood for sausages, then the Grilled Bockwurst Beef Sausages (52k) is the dish for you. Make sure that you have room for the dessert. Famous celebrity chef Bara Patiradjawane provided BifStop with three scrumptious choices: the Panna Cotta Chocolate and the Panna Cotta Tiramisu (17.5k each), and our runaway favorite, the Panna Cotta Strawberry Yoghurt (20k).
BifStop is a great place to enjoy quality steak (and The Mushroom Fritters (28.5k) also made it other delectable dishes) without really breaking to our table. The deep fried mushrooms with your bank. This could be the next popular place crusted chili flakes are served with tartar sauce. for Jakarta’s foodies. (Budi Iskandar) Both are superb opening acts to the main course. Carnivores, brace yourselves! First up was the Australian Angus Sirloin (88k); 200 grams of juicy prime cut Australian sirloin, served with butter coated fries, and a side salad. Next, the “Bif” Back Ribs (69k); 500 grams of 12-hour braised Australian beef ribs doused with homemade BBQ sauce, served with butter coated fries and a side salad. The meats were really done right and grilled to perfection. For these steak dishes, BifStop came up with four homemade choices of sauce: Fiery Black Pepper, Bif Signature BBQ Sauce, Mellow Mushroom Medley, or Herbal Fusion Butter. Try them all, and see which one is your favorite! The Australian Angus Beef and Cheese Burger (42.5k) is another winner here at BifStop; homemade beef patties with 80% lean meat and 20% fat, with cheddar cheese, served on a sesame seed bun, plus butter coated fries and side salad. BifStop really knows how to treat the meat. Other than Australian meats, they also have a New Zealand beef. The NZ Rib Eye (68k) is a great choice. Oh, and one more thing, the butter coated fries are a nice touch, which we totally like! Other than the steaks, the “Bif” Bowl (38.5k) is a popular choice among patrons here, especially
Take a tasty trip to Ireland, in Jakarta! Welcometo Molly Malone’s!
rom the people that brought you Murphy’s in Kemang, comes another gem from the Emerald Isle. Located right behind Plaza Senayan, Molly Malone’s first opened last September. Typical Irish green exterior bids you welcome, while dark wood dominates the interior. Pictures and souvenirs from Ireland adorn the walls, adding authentic touches. On our recent visit, we were greeted by the manager, Trevor Hough. He was delighted to announce that they serve Guinness on tap. For quite a while, it was not easy to get kegs of this popular dry stout directly from Ireland. But now Jakarta can enjoy this ‘nectar of the gods’ which originates from St. James’s Gate, Dublin. They also have Kilkenny, another Irish beer, on tap here. With his distinct Irish accent, Hough told us a little bit about the famous story of Molly Malone. The story may be fact or fiction, but it is now a popular name for a lot of Irish pubs. There seems to be a Molly Malone’s in many major cities all over the world.
watering Poutine (45k), which is smothered in rich gravy and freshly grated cheese.
For the main course, you just can’t go wrong with the Fish N Chips (70k). The fillet of red snapper is encrusted in a light crispy batter (made with A pint of Guinness started our evening on the right Kilkenny beer), served with hand-cut chips, green note and a couple of appetizers were ordered, peas, plus homemade tartar sauce and mustardand devoured in minutes! We had the tasty Irish mayo mix. Simple, yet sublime! Style Potato Skins (55k); oven roasted potato skins loaded with cheddar cheese and crispy beef Another remarkable dish here is the Beef and bacon bits, and sprinkled with fresh chives. For a Guinness Pie (110k). Made from a legendary, more traditional fries-cut potato, try the mouth authentic Irish recipe, it is full of chunks of
succulent imported beef marinated overnight in Guinness stout, braised with fresh root vegetables and topped with a flaky pastry, and served with hand-cut chips. The Molly’s Irish Stew (95k) was next on our table; a hearty traditional dish made with tender Australian lamb, slowly simmered (as long as six hours) with fresh potatoes and root vegetables, and accompanied by ‘boxty’ bread. This is a type of bread that has a unique texture and taste, courtesy of the bread potato hybridization. Should you feel like having a breakfast dish at any time of day, you’ll love The Full Irish (90k); two fried eggs, pork sausages, smoked back bacon, grilled tomato half, mushrooms, Heinz baked beans, hash browns, boxty toast, and a choice of tea or coffee. A great way to start, or re-start, your day! As for dessert, go for the Granny’s Apple Crumble (40k). Just like grandma used to make it, it's served hot with a dollop of sweetened cream and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.Yummy! Molly Malone’s Irish Pub Plaza Arcadia Senayan level 1 Shop Unit X-111 and X-112 Jakarta 10270 Ph.: (021) 5790 1433
Enjoy the food and have a pint or two at Molly Malone’s. The food here is wonderful, fresh, and made from scratch. Kudos to the kitchen team for bringing the taste of Ireland to Jakarta!
Opening hours: 11 am – 1 am (Until 2 am on Friday and Saturday) Twitter: @MollysJakarta Facebook: mollysjakarta
Anytime is a good time to visit, but for a full Irish experience in Jakarta, Hough reminded us to return here for the St. Patrick’s weekend on March 15 – 17! Sounds like a plan. Slainte (Good health)! (Budi Iskandar)
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The MilestonePod - for runners, by runners
The MilestonePod connects to your running shoes to automatically and continuously track the miles on that shoe. This provides guidance for when to replace your shoes and avoid injury. It is typically recommended to run 400-600 miles on a pair of shoes. Running on overused shoes is known to increase the risk of injury (e.g. snapping hip syndome, iliotibial band syndrome, runners knee, and more) and yet there is no easy method connect miles to a specific shoe. The MilestonePod is a digital tag that stores health and emergency contact information. Unlike bracelets and anklets you never have to remember to put on the tag, you can change or update the information anytime and you can store as much information as you like - there is no limitation based on size. www.milestonepod.com
The Cordless Neuromuscular Back Pain Reliever.
This streamlined cordless electrotherapy system delivers hours of drug-free pain relief from lower back pain. As powerful as professional equipment, the device employs Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS), harmless electrical pulses that block pain signals passing through nerves to the brain. The system also increases blood flow to the area to promote healing and relaxation. According to the American Physical Therapy Association, TENS therapy can be an effective element of pain management for lowintensity discomfort. The compact three-button remote control initiates a 30-minute treatment session, adjusts the intensity of stimulation, and powers off the unit. Unlike TENS systems with multiple electrode cords and tethered battery packs, this thin, flexible unit doesnâ€™t impede movement, can be worn under clothing, and need not be removed between treatments. The adhesive electrode pads stay securely in place for up to five applications. www.hammacher.com $199.95
Aqua Zinger With its built-in blender mechanism, and clever construction, you can avoid unwanted additives and sugars and keep it all natural, thanks to this fruit infused water bottle from Aqua Zinger. Simply fill the bass cup with your favourite fruity combinations (size permitting), replace the filter and screw it tight to get the juices flowing. Then just load up the bottle with water and give it a shake, fantastic, natural flavours all day long. Plus, thanks to the double-wall, stainless steel design, you can infuse everything from icey slushies to hot herbal teas. www.firebox.com ÂŁ24.99
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This is the remote operated submarine that sends live video to an iPad from 100 feet underwater. Ideal for viewing marine life or inspecting a boat below the waterline, the sub is tethered to its receiver on deck with a 100-foot video cable. Communicating with the receiver using Wi-Fi, an app installed onto an iPad or laptop remotely controls the sub’s electric thrust and lift propellers for forward/backward (five kts forward; one kt reverse), left/right, and up/down movement. A virtual dashboard (an iPad’s motion sensors can also steer the sub) includes a joystick, camera controls, and displays depth, heading, battery level, and temperature data received from the sub’s built-in sensors. Its marine-grade, hydrodynamic ABS housing provides a watertight seal to protect the included HD video camera, which captures 1280 x 720 resolution footage (1280 x 800 for still images). Auto and manual focus control combined with the camera’s builtin timer allows you to take pictures at intervals while you steer the sub into optimal position. www.hammacher.com $6,300
Nokia 109 This mobile phone is as basic as it gets with a screen size of 1.8″ only and with a display of 128*160 pixel. The phone has no camera, but comes with built in FM radio and media player. Nokia 109 can afford a memory card up to 32 GB. This mobile phone is capable of using GPRS and EDGE both with an amazing speed of 236.8 kbps with the Nokia browser. The battery backup for this smart phone is just amazing.With 800 mAh battery, you can use this phone for up to 7.5 hours talking, and more than 30 days on standby. This phone weighs 77 grams. The Nokia 109 doesn’t comes with Bluetooth or infrared, but is Java enabled without a GPS. Cellular World. Jl. Teuku Umar 60, Denpasar. Cellular world Gatsu Tengah 60, Denpasar Rp. 395.000
The Electromagnetic Shielding Laptop Tray
This lap tray protects laptop users from electromagnetic energy and heat emitted by wireless devices. Unlike standard laptop trays that merely disperse heat, this lightweight stand’s metal surface also blocks 99% of the Wi-Fi radiation given off by a laptop, mitigating what some medical researchers believe is a potential health risk. Two quiet fans, powered by connecting the stand’s retractable USB cord to a laptop’s port, keep the computer cool while in use. The thick bottom padding cushions the stand against the user’s thighs, while the ergonomic wedge design positions wrists at an angle for comfortable typing. www.hammacher.com $49.95
iXY - stereo microphone The RØDE iXY is the ultimate recording microphone for the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. With up to 24-bit/96k recording and on-board high-fidelity A/D conversion, your iXY recordings are rich, smooth and accurate. At the heart of the iXY is a matched pair o f ½” cardioid condenser capsules, fixed in a perfect 90 degree ‘nearcoincident’ alignment. This results in immersive and true-tolife stereo recordings, captured in incredibly high detail. The iXY is supplied with a foam windshield for outdoor recording as well as a reinforced protective zip case to ensure your iXY is available whenever you need it. www.ixymic.com
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Top new designers bring their goods to market with music and fun.
red hot valentine’s day party red square THURSDAY, FEB 14
Okay, so who said there was no romance on Valentine’s? Bring on the reds.
white sensation pure white valentine edition luv’s bar & dine FRIDAY, FEB 15
Valentine’s was all about white glamour this year at Luv’s.
penny represent mishka new york launching party borneo beerhouse saturday, FEB 16
RasMUS faber Dragonfly MONDAY, FEB 25
Swedish spinner Faber spun his new album and packed out DF
a night with tanya cox luv’s bar & dine friDAY, FEB 22
A very tempting Tanya Cox burned the night away at Luv’s
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The reformed Stone Roses packed Senayan last week and awed the all-aged crowd with their mancurian stoner antics, and fine tunes and past hits.
Stoneface & Terminal Club Voyeur, Illigals saturday, FEB 23
These likable German lads pushed solid Trance to new levels at this Kota dance institution.
cooking charity eastern promise sunday, FEB 24
Chef Joel Fredman from Boston offered a culinary trip around the world for underprivilaged Indonesian children.
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Another day, another BBQ. The Beat BBQ machine rolled out once more to an appreciative Lex crowd. More good food and cheer for all.
Steve Aoki Avenue Of The Stars, Lippo Mall Kemang Wednesday, Feb 27
Aoki didnâ€™t let his legion of fans down in Kemang, moshing, jumping and throwing cake at the packed crowd.
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Duo Maia, Petra Sihombing, 3 Composer, HIVI, Gamal Audrey and Cantika, played at score and the crowd loved it.
Apollo Bar & CLUB MAP O8 A unique & intimate bar in town. Karaoke equipped. Plenty of parking. Bellagio Mall, UG Level 07 & 09, Mega Kuningan : 021-91275566 365 MAP S5 Eco Bar Eclectro-House Jl. Kemang Raya No. 6 Jakarta Selatan : 021-7191032 BARCODE MAP S5 Pre-Club & Outdoor Terrace House, electro, Techno La Codefin Jl. Kemang Raya no. 8 : 021-718.2208 B.A.T.S MAP K6 Live Music, Bar and Resto Shangri-La Hotel Kota BNI JL. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 1 : 021-570.7440 BLOWFISH MAP P7 Kitchen & Dance Bar City Plaza at Wisma Mulia. Jl. Jend Gatot Subroto Kav 42 : 021-5297.1234 BLACK CAT MAP N3 Jazz Club & Good Food and New Orleans style Plaza Senayan Arcadia Unit x-208 : 021-5790.1264 CJ’S MAP M2 Live Music & DJ’s Live Band, Rnb, House, Hotel Mulia Jl. Asia Afrika Senayan : 021-574.7777 Club Voyeur at illigals MAP E6 Jl. Hayam Wuruk 108 Jakarta Barat : 021 – 629 8899 www.illigalsclub.com DOMAIN MAP M2 Mash Up Panin Tower, Senayan City, Basement 2 Jl Asia Afrika : 021-7278.1641 DRAGONFLY MAP O6 Classic, House Graha BIP
Jl. Jend Gatot Subroto kav 23 : 021-520.6789 FABLE LOUNGE & DINING MAP O5 Kawasan SCBD. Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 52-53 Lot 22 : +62 21 515 5008 Flirt Bar & Lounge MAP C9 Fashion Hotel 10th Floor Jl. Gunung Sahari 12 No. 2A Jakarta Pusat : 021-649.0808 GOLDEN CROWN MAP C6 Nightclub, Discotheque, Karaoke, Resto & Lounge, Health Club, Spa House, Funky Kota Glodok Plaza 5-8 Fl Jl Pinangsia Raya No.1 Jakarta Pusat : 021-6230.2888 PRIVE MAP N3 House fX Lifestyle X’nter f8 Jl. Jend Sudirman Pintu Satu Senayan : 021-2555 4489 IMMIGRANT MAP J7 Resto-Bar-Club House Plaza Indonesia 6th Floor #E02-03 Access from new Louis Vitton lobby : 021- 3983.8257/58 LUV’S MAP K6 Drink, Dance and Dine Sexy music City Walk Sudirman Jl.KH. Mas Mansyur No.121 : 021-2555.8882 MILLENIUM MAP E6 Bar-Karaoke-Club Plaza Gajah Mada Fl 5 + 6 Jl.Gajah Mada No.19-26 Jakarta Pusat : 021-633.8842 MILLE’S MAP D7 International Executive Club Progressive-Funky Kota Plaza Lokasari 4th Floor Jl. Mangga Besar No.81 Jakarta Pusat : 021-625.5318 MOOVINA MAP J7 Plaza Indonesia 4th Floor #06 Jakarta Pusat 10350 021 2992 4567 / 3999 www.moovina.com MUSRO MAP G9 Legendary Club
Hotel Borobudur Jl. Lapanagan Banteng Selatan No.1 Jakarta Pusat : 021-384.2050 O!Club Map : E-10 Ohlala Lounge Building 2nd Floor. Mall Of Indonesia Lobby 7. Kelapa Gading Jakarta Utara : +62877 10 11 11 17 RED SQUARE MAP N3 Vodka Classic, Commercial House Plaza Senayan Arcadia unit X 105 Jl. New Delhi No.9 Pintu 1 : 021- 5790.1281 STADIUM MAP D6 Underground Club House, Progressive, Trance Jl. Hayam Wuruk No.111 : 021- 626.3323 TEMPUS MAP D6 Live Music and DJs Ritz Carlton JL. Lingkar. Mega Kuningan : 021- 2551.8888 TIGA PULUH MAP L7 Band and DJ Le Meridien Hotel Jl.Jend Sudirman Kav 18-20 Jakarta Pusat : 021-251.3131 TRIBECA NYC MAP O7 New York Style Rnb and Hip Hop City Walk Sudirman Jl.KH. Mas Mansyur No.121 : 021- 2555.8758 TRIPLE NINE MAP T5 House, Electro Jl. Kemang Raya No. 20a : 021-718.2284 X2 MAP N3 X2 – Equinox Vintage Music, Rnb, House Electro, Progressive Plaza Senayan 4th & 5th Floor : 021-572.5559 / 572.556 X9 MAP U9 Castillo Building, Ground Floor. Jl. Kemang Raya 10A. Jakarta Selatan. : 021.7179 4492 2ND FLOOR MAP U6 Dine & Lounge Jl. Kemang Raya No. 43 A Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 718 2555
bars Attics Map U-8 Jl. Kemang Raya No. 24 A Jakarta Selatan : 021-2553 9450 / 51 BEYOND MAP P3 Bar, Resto & DJ Bar Graha Iskandarsyah Lobby Jl. Iskandarsyah No. 66 C Jakarta Selatan : 021-7279.1832 Boutique Ktv Map N-3 Plaza Senayan Arcadia Unit X 205 – 207. Jl. New Delhi No. 9. Pintu 1 Senayan. Jakarta 021-5790 1283 BURGUNDY MAP I7 Exclusive cocktail bar Hotel Grand Hyatt. Jalan M. H. Thamrin Jakarta Selatan : 021-2992.1234 CAFE DE HOOI MAP R8 Expat hangout Jl. Metro Duta Raya Plaza II Pondok Indah Jakarta Selatan : (62) 21 750 0742 D’PLACE MAP X3 Steak & Beer House Unplugged Cilandak Town Square Jl. TB Simatupang Kav 17 Unit 34 Jakarta Selatan : 021-7592.0255 Sarinah Building Jl. Mh Thamrin No.11 Gf North Gate Jakarta Pusat : 021-310.7177 DeBurse Map O-4 Equity Tower – SCBD Lot 9 Lower Ground Unit E Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52 – 53 Jakarta 12190 : 021 – 2903 5451 Eden Lounge Map N-8 Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav 16. Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 526 7827 ELDORA Sports Bar MAP O10 Jl. Tebet Raya No. 58 Jakarta Selatan. : 021-8312634
CLUB.BARS.RESTAURANT Molly Malone’s MAP S6 Irish food and beer Senayan Arcadia Senayan : 021 7183382 Murphy’s Irish Pub MAP S6 Irish food and beer Kemang Raya 11a Kemang. : 021 718 3382 : 0818 833 643 MO BAR MAP K8 Clubbing Lounge Mandarin Oriental Hotel Jalan M.H. Thamrin, PO BOX 3392, Jakarta : 021. 2993 8888 MOONLIGHT MAP K6 Jazzy Lounge Jazz Pavilion Apartment Retail Arcade Jl. KH. Mas Mansyur kav 24 : 021-5794.1731 PLANET HOLLYWOOD MAP N6 Hollywood style Top 40 Jl. Gatot Subroto kav 16 : 021-526.7827 PORTOBELLO MAP L7 Wine, Lounge, Music Live Band and DJ Mid Plaza 2 Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 10-11 : 021-570.7600 POSTE 47 MAP O8 Resto Bar The East Building Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan kav e32 : 021-2554.2707 SHY ROOFTOP MAP U6 Kemang 6 Building The Papilion, level 4 Jalan Kemang Raya no.45AA : 021 - 719 9921 TIPSY MAP T6 Wine & Bar DJ The Beat Building 2nd Floor Jl. Kemang Raya No. 29 Jakarta Selatan : 021-718.2970 The Shelter Map U-7 Jalan Kemang Raya 89 fl 5th . Jakarta Selatan : 021-719 24 55
UMBRA MAP S6 Cool live music lounge Jl. Taman Kemang 1, No6 Kemang. : 021 718 1148
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Menteng - Jakarta Pusat : 021 3900 899 BIRDCAGE MAP Q3 A casual resto focussing on Euro comfort food. Jl. Wijaya 9/23 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 739 2430 BEYOND MAP Q3 European Asian Graha Iskandarsyah Lobby Level Jl. Iskandarsyah Raya No. 66 C Jakarta Selatan : 021-727 91832 BLACK CAT MAP N3 Jazz Supper Club Plaza Senayan Arcadia Units X-208/209 Jl. New Delhi - Pintu 1 Senayan - Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 5790 1264 BLUE ELEPHANT MAP J9 Thai Royal Cuisine Jl. Cut Meutia No. 2 Menteng Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 315 0980 BLUEGRASS MAP N9 Komplek Rasuna Epicentrum, JL. HR. Rasuna Said - Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan. : 2994 1660 C’S MAP I7 Fine dining experience. Hotel Grand Hyatt. Jalan M. H. Thamrin Jakarta Selatan : 021-2992.1234 CALI DELI MAP K9 Vietnamese Sandwich Jl. Surabaya No. 22 Menteng Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 9801 1061 CANTEEN MAP O5 American Style Pacic Place Level 4 SCBD Jl. Jend Sudirman kav 52-53 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 579 73742 CANTEEN MAP K6 Plaza Indonesia 5th Floor. Jl M H Thamrin Kav 28-30, Jakarta Pusat : 021-315 6537. CASA D’ORO MAP I7 Italian fine-dining. Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1, : 021- 2358.3871
circo bistro MAP P5 Jl. Gunawarman no. 30 : 021 - 739 57 05 COQUELICOT MAP W5 Le Bistro Jl. Puri mutiara Raya no 3b CIPETE, jeruk purut – kemang, Jakarta : 021-7663216 DAPUR BABAH ELITE MAP G7 Classic Jakarta Jl. Veteran No. 18-19 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 385 5653 DECANTER MAP N9 Mediterranean Plaza Kuningan, Menara Utara, Ground Floor Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. C1114 - Jakarta Pusat : 021- 529 63 888 Die Stube map T 9 German Restaurant Plaza Bisnis Kemang 1 GF Jl. Kemang Raya no. 2 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7179 34 86 DOMAIN MAP Q5 Resto and mashup. Panin Tower B2 Floor, Senayan City Jalan Asia Afrika Kav. 19 Jakarta 10270 : 021 - 7278 1641 ELBOW ROOM MAP T5 Casual dining and live entertainment. Jl. Kemang Raya 24A Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 719 4274 EASTERN PROMISE MAP R5 Indian and western food Jl Kemang Raya 5 Jakarta Selatan : 021-7179 0151 gravy dine & drink MAP U7 Ruko Belle Point Kemang Selatan 8 no. 55 A : 021.7179 2138 HACIENDA MAP O3 Mexican Grill Plaza Senayan Arcadia Unit X 105 Jl. New Delhi No. 9. Pintu 1 Senayan - Jakarta Selatan : 021-5790 1469 HAN GANG MAP P5 Korean Jl. Wolter Monginsidi no. 99 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7278 7789
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LARA DJONGGRANG MAP K10 Indonesian Traditional Jl. Teuku Cik Di Tiro 4 Menteng - Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 315 3252 / 316 0288 Liquid Exchange MAP M9 Epicentrum Walk, Ground Floor 6F – Unit W 136 B Jalan H.R Rasuna Said : 021 – 2994 1441 www.lexjakarta.com LOWEY MAP O7 Nice hangout and good western food and drinks Oakwood Condiminions Lingkar, Mega Kuningan Jakarta : 021 - 2554 2378 Luna Negra (Italian) MAP N5 Plaza Bapindo Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav. 54-55. Jakarta Selatan 12190. Citibank Tower, Ground Floor. Sudirman. : 021- 2995 0077 MANCHESTER UNITED MAP J7 Resto - Bar - DJ Graha Mataram Podium Sarinah 2nd Floor Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 11 Jakarta Pusat : 021-2300.392 MOOVINA MAP J7 Plaza Indonesia 4th Floor #06 Jakarta Pusat 10350 021 2992 4567 / 3999 www.moovina.com MOS BURGER MAP N3 Japanese burger Plaza Senayan 3rd Floor Jl. Asia Afrika No.8 Jakarta Selatan MOYA MAP L6 Spanish Pavilion Apartment Retail Arcade JL. KH Mas Mansyur kav 24 : 021 - 5794 1733 MOONLIGHT MAP L6 Food and Jazz music Pavilion Apartment Retail Arcade Jl. KH Mas Mansyur Kav 24 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 5794 1731
Murphy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant MAP S6 Kemang Raya 11a Kemang. : 021 718 3382 : 0818 833 643 OCHA & BELLA Map I8 Jl KH Wahid Hasyim no 70 Menteng Jakarta Pusat 10340 021 3105 777 / 999 www.ochaandbella.com Otel Lobby Map M9 Jl Epicentrum Tengah South Gate Entrance (The Annex Building of Bakrie Tower) Rasuna Epicentrum Kuningan Jakarta Selatan : 021-29941324 PASTA DE WARAKU MAP I6 Japanese casual pasta Grand Indonesia, East Mall, Level 3A. : 021 - 2358 0916 Pondok Indah Mall 2 Level 3 : 021 - 7592 0608 Mall Taman Anggrek, Unit E 16 A , Level 2 : 021 - 563 9590
PIZZA E BIRRA MAP I6 Pizza & Beer Plaza Indonesia Extension 5th Floor, Unit E 22-23 JL.MH Thamrin Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 319 28070 PLANET HOLLYWOOD MAP O6 American Jl. Gatot Subroto kav 16 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 526 7827 PORTICO MAP N2 East Meet West Senayan City, Panin Tower Ground Floor Unit 0. Jl. Asia Afrika - Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 727 81 641 POTATO HEAD MAP O5 Western Pacic Place Mall Jend. Sudirman, Jakarta : 021 - 5797 3322 RAMEN 38 MAP Q3 Japanese Ramen noodles and more. Kamome Building Lt. 2, Melawai, Blok M Jakarta Selatan : 021-7280 0268
PASTIS MAP M8 The Kuningan Suites Apartment Jl. Setiabudi Utara, Kuningan : 021- 5260 260
ROLLING STONE CAFE MAP W6 Jln. Ampera 16. Kemang, Jakarta : 021 782 2828 www.rollingstonecafe.co.id
PAULANER MAP I7 German Brauhaus in the heart of Jakarta. Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1, : 021- 2358.3871
SAKANA MAP K6 Japanese light meal Mid Plaza 1 Basement Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021-574 6452
PORTOBELLO MAP L6 East meet West Mid Plaza 2, 1st Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 570 7774 ext 5100
SCORE! MAP X3 International and Indonesian Cilandak Town Square Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7592.0279
Potbelli map Q 2 Blok M Square Lt.5 Tennant 11 no. 07 Jl. Melawai V Jakarta Selatan (021) 2904 2540 PISA CAFE TEBET MAP O9 Food-Music-Sport Entertainment Jl. Tebet Raya No. 58 :021-837 83 805
SEGARRA MAP A7 Dining-Lounge Pantai Carnaval - Ancol Bay City. Jl. Lodan Timur No. 7 Jakarta Utara : 021.9959.9404 SHY MAP U6 Elegant fine dining The Papilion, level 4 Jalan Kemang Raya no.45AA : 021 - 719 9921
CLUB.BARS.RESTAURANT SMARAPURA MAP O10 Traditional Resto Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam II No. 43 : 021-837 02 402
THE CAZBAR MAP O8 International Jalan Mega Kuningan Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 5764582
SOCIAL HOUSE MAP I7 Restaurant, Bar, Wine Harvey Nichols Grand Indonesia East Mall 1st Floor Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 2358 1818
TOSCANA MAP U5 Italian Jl. Kemang Raya No. 120 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 718 1216 TRATTORIA MAP O7 Italian The East Building Lobby GF
Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav 3.2 No 1 - Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 5793 8574 TRIBECA MAP L6 Bar & Diner Citywalk Sudirman Jl. KH Mas Mansyur 121 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 2555 8758 VIETOPIA MAP O4 Vietnamese Jl. Senopati no. 66 Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 726 1162 VIN + MAP T6 Casual but stylish wine bar with western food and great affordable wines. Jl. Kemang Raya 45B Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7179 2577 VIN + MAP N3 Arcadia Plaza Senayan Jl. New Delhi No.9 Senayan Jakarta : 021 - 5790 1477
art ART ADORAMUS ART GALLERY Jl. Pangeran Jayakarta 143M Jakarta : 021 – 70001966 ARTEGRAPHIC INTEGRATED DESIGN Taman Kedoya Baru Jl. Agave VI, Blok C1 No. 20 Jakarta Barat : 021 - 58300100, 58300200 ART SEASONS Jl. Permata Berlian V,Permata Hijau Jakarta : 021 – 6845 3980 ART SEASONS Jl. Kemang Timur No. 63B Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 68453980 ARTSPHERE GALLERY Dharmawangsa Square City Walk Jl. Darmawangsa 6 Semanggi Jakarta : 021 – 7278 6661 ANDI’S GALLERY Jl. Tanah Abang IV No. 14 Jakarta : 021 – 3457130, 3843241 ARTNIVORA GALLERY Jl. Kemang Utara No. 50 Sisi Kiri Jakarta : 021 – 7199614 Bartele Gallery Rare Antique Maps, Prints and Books Taman Kantor E-3.3 Unit A1 4th Floor (entrance via the Cazbar) Jl. Mega Kuningan Jakarta
: +62 21 576 4575 e: email@example.com w: www.bartelegallery.com BENTARA BUDAYA JAKARTA Jl.Palmerah Selatan 17 Jakarta 10270 : 021 - 5483008, 5490666 ext.7910 BIZETE GALLERY Jl. Gandaria I No. 9 Kebayoran Baru : 021 – 724 6725 BUDI GALLERY Jl. Ciputat Raya No. 58 Jakarta : 021 – 70622190 CEMPAKA FINE ART AUCTION Gedung Inter Asia lantai 1 Jl. K.H Wahid Hasyim No. 96 Jakarta Pusat : 021 – 3907779 CEMARA 6 GALERI Jl. HOS. Cokroaminoto No: 9 - 11 Menteng, Jakarta : 021 – 3911823 D’PEAK GALLERY JL.RS Fatmawati No. 56 Jakarta : 021 – 380 7047 EDITY’S ART HOUSE Jl. Gresik Blok FB 2 No. 9 Bintaro Jaya Sektor 7 Jakarta : 021 – 7450624 ELCANNA ART GALLERY Jl. Pakubuwono VI No. 35 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7211101
GALERI CANNA Jl. Boulevard Barat Raya Block LC 6 No. 33-34 Kelapa Gading Permai Jakarta Utara : 021 – 4526429 - 30 GALERI MILLENNIUM D’Best Fatmawati Jalan RS. Fatmawati No. 15, Jakarta 12420 : 021 - 7507282 GALLERY LONTAR / UTAN KAYU Jl. Utan Kayu 68 H Jakarta Timur : 021 – 857 – 3388 / 856 480 GLORY GALLERY Mall Taman Anggrek Jalan Letjen. S. Parman Kav. 21, Indonesia 11470 : 021 - 5639650 JAKARTA ARTS COUNCIL Taman Ismail Marzuki Jl. Cikini Raya 73 Jakarta Pusat : 021 – 31937 639 KOONG GALLERY Dharmawangsa Square City Walk Jl. Darmawangsa 6 Semanggi Jakarta : 021 – 72788263 KUPU KUPU ART GALLERY Jl. Kebon Sirih 17 – 19 Jakarta : 021 – 3983 – 6621/2 NADI GALLERY Jl. Kembang Indah III Blok G III no. 4 - 5 Puri Indah
Jakarta Barat, Indonesia : 021 - 580 5677 PHILO ART SPACE Jl. Kemang Timur 90 C Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 719 84 48 RURU GALLERY RUANGRUPA Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam Raya No. 6, Jakarta Selatan 12820 : +62 21 8304220 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.ruangrupa.org SIGIARTS GALLERY Jl. Mahakam I No. 11 Blok M, Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 7260949 VANESSA ART LINK Graha MIK main lobby, Taman Perkantoran Kuningan Jl. Setiabudi Selatan Kav. 16-17 Jakarta : 021 5794 1411
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Argentina MAP I7 Menara Thamrin R. 1602 Jl. Muhammad Thamrin, : 021 - 230-3061
Denmark MAP O7 Menara Rajawali, Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot 5.1 : 021 - 576-1478
Laos MAP P9 Jl. Patra Kuningan XIV No. 1A. Kuningan, : 021 - 522-9602
Saudi Arabia MAP Q10 Jl. M.T. Haryono Kav. 27 Cawang Atas, : 021 - 801-1533
Australia MAP L8 Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. Kuningan, : 021 - 2550-5555
Egypt MAP K9 Jl. Teuku Umar No. 68 Menteng, : 021 - 3143440
Malaysia MAP N8 Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-6 No. 1-3. Kuningan, : 021 - 522-4947
Singapore MAP O9 Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-4 No. 2. Kuningan, : 021 - 520-1489
Austria MAP K10 Jalan Diponegoro 44 Menteng, : 021 23554005
Finland MAP O6 Menara Rajawali, 9th floor Jl. Mega Kuningan, : 021 - 576-1650
South Africa MAP M5 Wisma GKBI, Suite 705 Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 28 : 021 - 574-0660
Belgian MAP K8 Deutsche Bank Building, Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 80 Menteng, : 021 - 316-2030
France MAP J7 Jl. Thamrin 20 : 021 - 314 28 07
MĂŠxico MAP O6 Menara Mulia Building, Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav. 9-11. Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 520-3980
Brazil MAP O7 Menara Mulia Building, Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav. 9-11 : 021 - 526-5656 Brunei Darussalam MAP J9
Jl. Teuku Umar No. 9 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 3190-2390 Cambodia MAP U6 Jl. TB Simatupang Kav 13 Kebagusan, : 021 - 781-2523 Canada MAP M7 World Trade Centre, Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav. 29 : 021 - 2550-7800 Chile MAP O9 Bina Mulia Building I, Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. 10. Kuningan, : 021 - 252 1982 China MAP N7 Jl. Mega Kuningan 2 Karet Kuningan, : 021 - 576-1039 Czech Republic MAP I8 Jl. Gereja Theresia No. 20 Menteng, : 021 - 390-4075
Germany MAP K7 Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 1 Menteng, : 021 - 3985-5000 Greece MAP M8 Plaza 89, 12th floor Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-7 No. 6. Kuningan, : 021 - 520-7776 India MAP P8 Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. S-1. Kuningan, : 021 - 520-4150 Iran MAP K8 Jl. H.O.S. Cokroaminoto No. 110. Menteng : 021 - 331-378, 331391, 334-637 Iraq MAP J9 Jl. Teuku Umar No. 38 Menteng, : 021 - 390-4067 Italy MAP K10 Jl. P. Diponegoro No. 45 : 021 - 3193 7445
Myanmar MAP J8 Jl. H. Agus Salim No. 109 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 314-0440 Netherlands MAP O8 Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. S-3. Kuningan : 021 - 525-1515 New Zealand MAP M5 Sentral Senayan 2, Jl Asia Afrika No 8. Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 570-9460 Norwegian MAP N7 Menara Rajawali Building, Mega Kuningan, : 021 - 576 1523/24 Papua New Guinea MAP O3
Panin Bank Centre, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 1 : 021 - 725-1218 Philippines MAP K9 Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 6-8 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 310-0334
Spain MAP I7 Jl. H. Agus Salim No. 61 Gondangdia, Menteng, : 021 - 314-2355 Sri Lanka MAP K10 Jl. Diponegoro No. 70 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 314-1018l Sweden MAP N7 Menara Rajawali, Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot No. 5.1 Kawasan Mega Kuningan, : 021 - 2553-5900 Switzerland MAP P8 Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X3-2. Kuningan, : 021 - 525-6061 Thai MAP K8 Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 74 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 390-4052 United Kingdom MAP J7
Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 75 Jakarta 10310 : 021 - 2356-5200
Japan MAP I7 Jl. M.H. Thamrin 24 : 021 - 3192-4308
Portugal MAP O9 Jalan Indramayu No. 2 A Menteng, : 021 - 3156728
United States of America MAP H8 Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan No. 5 : 021 - 3435-9000
Korea MAP P9 Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav. 57-58. Kuningan, : 021 - 520-1915
Russian MAP M8 Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. 7 No. 1-2. Kuningan : 021 - 522-2912
Vietnam MAP I9 Jl. Panarukan No. 11 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 314-9975
MUSEUM Forestry Museum MAP O6
Manggala Wanabakti Building, Jl. Gatot Subroto, Senayan : 021 - 570 3246 Museum Perumusan MAP K9
Jl. Imam Bonjol, Jakarta : 021 - 314 4743 The place where President Soekarno and his deputy Vice President Hatta wrote the proclamation of independence at the end of World War II. Former home of the Commander of the Japanese forces during World War II, Admiral Maeda, a supporter of Indonesian independence. Private collection of the Admiral’s in Indonesia. National Museum MAP H7
Jalan Merdeka Barat 12 (BRT Monumen Nasional), Gambir, Central Jakarta. : 021 - 386 8171 Indonesian history and cultural museum. Popularly known as “Gedung Gajah”, or the “elephant building” The National Monument (Monas) MAP H8
The 137-meter tall marble obelisk is topped with a flame coated with 35 kilograms of gold. It represents the people’s determination to achieve freedom. It houses a historical museum and meditation hall, and is open to the public. : 021 - 382 3041 Proclamation Museum MAP L10
Jl. Pegangsaan Timur 56, Central Jakarta. On August 17, 1945, Soekarno and Hatta proclaim the Independence of Indonesia at 56, Pegangsaan Timur Street.
Taman Prasasti/ Gravestones Museum
Jl. Tanah Abang I, Tanah Abang Central Jakarta 10160. : 021 - 314 2067 Gravestones of famous people during Dutch occupation (1700-1945). Statues, hearse, and a beautiful park. Textile Museum MAP I5 Jl. Aipda KS. Tubun 2-4, Central Jakarta 11410. : 021 - 560 6613. Inside, you’ll find over 300 indigenous textiles from all over Indonesia including cotton and silk batik, intricately woven ikat and various others. Opening hours: TuesThurs & Sun 9 AM - 4 PM, Fri 9 AM - 3 PM. Closed on Monday. Maritime Museum (Museum Bahari) MAP A5
Pasar Ikan, 1 North Jakarta. : 021 - 669 3406 These former Dutch East Indies warehouses contain objects related to seafaring and the spice trade.
Basoeki Abdullah MAP R6
Jl. Keuangan Raya No.19, Cilandak Barat, South Jakarta. : 021 - 769 8926. Famous Indonesian painter Basoeki Abdullah. Beautiful paintings, sculpture, masks, watches. Opening hours: 08.30 AM to 03.30 PM daily, except Monday. Police Museum MAP P3 Jl. Trunojoyo 1, South Jakarta : 021 - 721 8144 Satria Mandala (formerly Wisma Yaso) MAP O6
Jl. Gatot Soebroto, South Jakarta. : 021 - 522 7949. Military Museum. Wisma Yaso is the former residence of Indonesian first president, Soekarno. Sasmita Loka MAP K9 Jl. Lembang No. 58 Central Jakarta : 021 - 3458771 The former house of Gen. Ahmad Yani who was kidnapped and murdered in the communist attempt to stage a coup in 1965.
Jakarta History Museum / Fatahillah Museum (Museum Sejarah Jakarta) MAP B5 Jl. Taman Fatahillah No. 2, Jakarta : 021 - 692 9101 Housed in the beautifully restored former Batavia City Hall (1710), An exhibition on prehistoric Jakarta. Opening hours: 08.30 AM to 03.00 PM, except Monday. Puppet Museum (Museum Wayang) MAP K5
Jl. Pintu Besar Utara No. 27. West Jakarta : 021 - 692 9560 Located on the west of Taman Fatahillah. Houses a good collection of wayang from all around Indonesia. Opening hours: 08.30 AM to 03.00 PM, except Monday. Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics (Museum Seni Rupa dan Keramik Jakarta) MAP B6 Jl. Pos Kota No. 2, Jakarta 11110. : 021 - 692 6091 Housed in the old Dutch Supreme Court, the building was built here in 1870. Today it houses the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics.
Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics
707 MAP U-7 A mix of hip ‘urban’ fashion labels and collectable products Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B, (next to Aksara, under Casa) : 021 718 051 Aksara MAP U-7 Quality books Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B : 021 719 9283/88 Aquarius Mahakam MAP Q-2
Huge CD selection Jl Mahakam I No 5 Kebayoran Baru : 021 720 8413 Chic Mart MAP T-10 Homewares, accessories and gifts Jl. Kemang Raya No. 55 : 021 719 7813 Cosmo Supermarket MAP O-4
Japanese food products. Grand Wijaya Centre Blok K F20 Kebayoran Baru
Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B, : 0856 9773 7636 Premium Factory Outlets MAP N-7 Quality seconds at a margin of the real price Ambassador Mall, Kuningan Rococo Rack MAP T-10 Discount branded shoes Dharmawangsa Square 2nd Floor Voila-Soled MAP S-10 Women’s clothes accessories and quality local made shoes. Jl.Panglima Polim V No. 23, Jakarta Workinghour(s) MAP J-7 Classic and sophisticated design for working women Grand Indonesia Shopping Town Shop Unit #LEVEL ONE - 15, East Mall : 021- 9998 8888
Malls Plaza Indonesia MAP J-7 High-end shopping Entertainment X’nter (e’X) Connected to Plaza Indonesia Entertainment and Shopping Jl. MH Thamrin, Central Grand Indonesia MAP J-7
High-end shopping Jl Sudirman, Central Plaza Senayan MAP O-3 High-end shopping Jl. Asia Afrika, Senayan Senayan City MAP O-2 High-end shopping Jl. Asia Afrika, Senayan
Pasaraya Grande MAP Q-2
Traditional handcrafted arts and general shopping Jl. Sultan Iskandarsyah, Blok M Mal Taman Anggrek MAP H-2
Mid-range shopping Jl. Letjen S. Parman, Slipi Central Park MAP H-2 High-end shopping Next to Taman Anggrek Pondok Indah Mall MAP R-6
General shopping Jl. Metro Pondok Indah, Pondok Indah
Pacific Place MAP O-5 High-end brands Sudirman Central Business District, South Jakarta
Goods Department Map J-7
A curated youth department store Plaza Indonesia Extension 4th Fl, Jakarta Kem Chicks Supermarket MAP T-9 Import supermarket Jl Kemang Raya 3-5 Kemang Kinokuniya MAP O-3 Top quality book store Plaza Senayan, Pondok Indah Mall2 and Grand Indonesia Monka Magic music shop MAP U-7 Vinyl record shop ak’.sa.ra retail complex
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