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Next stop Ramadhan. Things will be winding down over the next week or so as Muslim people around the world and right here in Jakarta begin to look forward to the month-long fasting period before Idul Fitri heralds in another new Islamic year. During Ramadhan most bars and clubs will be closed unless they are in large hotels and dining outlets will be open in shopping malls. If you think about it, there are a few of them around. So all is not lost for the non-practising folk around town, but don’t expect it to be pumping too much. It’s a good time to enjoy the peace in any case. Before Ramadhan begins, we have a little bit more entertainment on offer to enjoy. The Jakarta Fair is still supplying lots of local recording artists and bands to entertain the masses just about every night till Sunday July 15. That is well worth a look for some local flavours and sounds. Watch out for the RnB Summer Parade Summer Break at Atlantis Water Adventure – Ancol Jakarta on Saturday July 14 with RnB artists from all over the region. Also on the same night you could try the Cornetto Summer Ice Cream Festival at Stadion Renang Senayan which consists of international and national live bands and DJs. Sebastian Krieg and Daniel Portman will be taking over the decks at Illigals also on the same night, which shouldn’t be missed by any electronic music loving punter out there. You can see all the events that are happening over the next two weeks in the What’s On and HereNow sections inside. Have fun while you can and we’ll see you next week when we are in the heart of Ramadhan and the fasting month.

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Family Day Out Central Park is one of the right places to spend a holiday in Jakarta. With the theme of ‘Summer Festival’ and to celebrate the school holidays, they are holding an event called ‘Family Day Out’ until July 15. There is a ‘Fun in the Sun’ event from Thursday to Sunday from 3pm – 7pm featuring the iconic Spongebob and Patrick. Still celebrating the Jakarta Great Sale, Central Park also presents the ‘Summer Sale’ up to July 15. And one of the most awaited entertainments is the ‘Koreanholic Festival’ which will feature the sensational Indonesian boyband, Smash on July 15 at 7pm at Tribeca Park. It’s time to bring out your kids and enjoy the entertainment.

Gym Class Heroes Gym Class Heroes is the name of a well-respected US rap/rock group. They were formed in 1997, when Travie McCoy met the drummer Mat McGinley in the gym class at their school. This group which plays hip hop, rock, funk, and reggae has released five studio albums since 2001. Now the Gym Class Heroes consists of Travie McCoy (vocal), Disashi Lumumba (guitar), Eric Robert (bass), and Matt McGinley (drum, percussion). The group which once received an MTV Video Music Award as the Best New Artist will perform in Jakarta, at Kartika Expo, Balai Kartini on Saturday August 11. Be there and take a look at their girlfriends.

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maroon 5 Last year, the American band, Maroon Five successfully rocked their fans in Jakarta. After releasing their new album, Overexposed with the single “Payphone” in June, the band will reappear in Indonesia again this October. It seems like Maroon Five who are probably most popular with their phenomenal song “Move like Jagger” had such a great time here in Indonesia that they have decided to add an extra show to their tour here in the capital. The band which consists of Adam Levine (lead vocal, rhythm guitar) who is also a judge in the American talent show, The Voice, PJ Morton (keyboard, backing vocal), Mickey Madden (bass), James Valentine (guitar, backing vocal), and Matt Flynn (drum, percussion) have won numerous Grammys, Billboard Music Awards and a bunch of MTV Awards. Maroon Five will appear on Thursday and Friday October 4 and 5 at Istora Senayan Jakarta at 8pm.


A new musical drama Menjemput Impian (To Go For a Dream), will come to Graha Bhakti Budaya Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta on August 3 through 5. The play, which is directed by Yusril SS, tells a story of a harmonious tie between Indonesia and China. It will feature for the first time a constantly moving modern art; a mash up of classical, traditional and modern dances; traditional poems with a traditional and original soundtrack. The show starts at 7-10pm and is open to public.

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Ravelex Campus DJ Championship 2012 The national campus DJ competition is back this year after achieving success on its last installment. Ravelex Campus DJ Championship 2012 sets to showcase college students skilled in working the DJ equipment and ready to show their worth. All participants who have sent in their mix tapes until July 6 will go through further auditions before eventually facing each other during the selection through the final stage at Kuningan City on July 13-15. This year’s champion of the Ravelex Campus DJ competition will be sent to Zouk Out Singapore 2012. Let’s show our support to the young talents who will participate in the Ravelex Camus DJ Championship 2012.

The Swedish alt-rock band are on their way to Jakarta. The band that was formed in 1992 consisting of LarsOlof Johansson, Peter Svensson, Bengt Lagerberg, Nina Persson and Magnus Sveningsson. They debuted with the album Emmerdale but gained recognition when the single “Lovefool” was included in the movie soundtrack of Romeo + Juliet starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Claire Danes. Other hit singles including “Erase/ Rewind” and “My Favorite Game” from the bestselling album Gran Turismo. Good news for their fans in Indonesia, The Cardigans will perform live in Jakarta on Tuesday, August 14 at the Indoor Tennis Stadium, Senayan. So what are you waiting for? This is a great opportunity to see Nina and the boys in the flesh.

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Monday July 9th BlackCat Jazz

Sing along on stage Sing with House Band BYSS Trio feat. Ryan Start 9.15pm Onwards

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Hacienda

Hacienda 1F1 Happy Hours Every day from 3 to 7pm. Buy 1 Get 1 Hacienda Margaritas, Cocktails, Sauza Tequila

JIExpo, Kemayoran

CHECK OUT COMING EVENTS IN THE BEAT’S DAY BY DAY LISTING OF THE BIG SHOWS AROUND TOWN

Jakarta Fair 2012 Agnes Monica, Ungu, Raise, Moza

LUV’S Bar & Dine

Sexy Academy University Gathering Party by DJ Vinny Liv

Red Square

Monday Mixology A New Theme From Red Square. Cocktail Making & Tasting ‘Vodka Specialty Cocktails’. Create your own cocktails!

Tuesday July 10th Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Hacienda

Tuesday Night Live Mariachi Live Mariachi Music by Los paraguas from 8 to10pm

JIExpo, Kemayoran Jakarta Fair 2012 Bip, Once, Jontral, Nobishi, Hay

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MO Bar, Mandarin Oriental Hotel

Ladies Night Every Tuesday enjoy a special happy hour with free flow selected cocktails, house pouring spirits, soft drinks and draft beer from 8pm until midnight and enjoy fine tunes from a resident or guest DJ

New Musro

Inonk & friends Band (all round music)

Red Square

Tuesdays Night Beer Buffet DJ Ricky Chattaway & Iwel


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Rock On Big Brothers Band

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Elbow Room

‘Sing It Don’t Spray it’ Join us for the karaoke night. Grab a mic and make your bathroom fantasy come to life

Immigrant

Wednesday Single Night DJ Winky, Steve, Bonzo, Paul

Thursday July 12th BlackCat Jazz

Thursday Urban Jazz Funk Attack feat Barry Likumahua, Taufan Goenarso, Doni Joestran, Teddy Aditya

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Elbow Room

Tight Ass Thursday Decode Band Play Rock Music, Pop Rock, Alternative

Immigrant

Thursday Taboo feat RnB Party Funtastic Groove, DJ Harry, Akino, Rich

JIExpo, Kemayoran

Jakarta Fair 2012 Ayu Ting Ting, Maia, Fitri Karlina, Sailor Moon

New Musro

Ladies On Top Black Swan Band (all round

music, Top 40, Pop Music). Ladies Night Program w/ Arry Bule - Hemmy ( Musro Resident DJ ), Insomatemotion ( Musro Resident VJ ) 11pm to 3am

Red Square

Beach Party Ladies Night at Reds Free Martini & Cosmos for the ladies from 10pm to midnight. Bikini babe dancers.

CHECK OUT COMING EVENTS IN THE BEAT’S DAY BY DAY LISTING OF THE BIG SHOWS AROUND TOWN

Hacienda

Salsa Wednesday Enjoy Salsa Dancing with your hosts Damaris & Iono From 9pm to midnight!

JIExpo, Kemayoran

Jakarta Fair 2012 Endank Soekamti, Saint Loco, Painkiller, Don Lego, Naiza

Red Square

Ladies Night at Reds Free drinks for the ladies from 10pm to midnight.

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New Musro

The Old Friends Band Country Music from 8pm – 11pm. Campus night program with DJ Arry Bule, Hemmy, VJ Insomate Motion from 11pm – 3am


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Friday July 13th Aperitivo

Liquid Exchange

Blowfish & Puro

Last Fridance – Closing Party DJ Reynald

Time for Free Bonita & The HusBand RnB Nation All stars & Rewind ww, justeen, MC Drwe and VJ Eyespinner, Soul Menace's Crew

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Icon Band

LUV’s Bar & Dine

Otel Lobby

Happy Ending Fridays DJ Harvy

New Musro

Closing Party DJ Adebro, Choxx

Red Square

Fabulous Fridays! The Weekend- Start Now with Ruffie, Reza Bukan, Iwel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 9.30pm

Gedung Teater Jakarta, Taman Ismail Marzuki

CHECK OUT COMING EVENTS IN THE BEAT’S DAY BY DAY LISTING OF THE BIG SHOWS AROUND TOWN

Dharma Gita Mahaguru 2012 Anjasmara, Iwa K, Saiful Jamil, Candil, Tarzan, Sujiwo Tejo Immigrant Friday The 13th DJ Mikey Moran, Flip, Izl, Akhdan, MC G-Voice

JIExpo, Kemayoran

Jakarta Fair 2012 God Bless, Ring Of Fire (Fadly, Irank ex BIP, Lobow), Retina, Oldschool, Voodoo

Saturday July 14th Ancol, Dome

Closing Party Feat Edward Maya, DJ Havana Brown

Anjasmara, Iwa K, Saiful Jamil, Candil, Tarzan, Sujiwo Tejo

Elbow Room

Annex Building, Upper Room,

Tour The Max Acoustic session with Play 7

Jayeslee 2012 Asia Tour

Immigrant

Wisma Nusantara

Atlantis Water Adventure – Ancol Jakarta

RnB Summer Parade Summer Break R&B Parade ARADE with 3 Areas feat Fatman Scoop (USA), Iyaz (USA) opening act by RoyRicardo, Best International DJs from Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, & Australia

Starship DJ Lil’B, Ethnic, Kotot

JIExpo, Kemayoran

Jakarta Fair 2012 Mulan, Raisa, Meva, Zoom, Serenada

Liquid Exchange Icon Band

LUV’s Bar & Dine

Luv Saturdaze DJ Nash feat Achi She Band

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Blowfish & Puro

Perfect Nights DJ Biggie, DJ Edo & MC Victor AUS and our resident DJs

Club Voyeur, Illigals

Sebastien Krieg & Daniel Portman

Gedung Teater Jakarta, Taman Ismail Marzuki

Dharma Gita Mahaguru 2012

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New Musro

Saturday Fever Guest DJ, DJ Arry Bule, Hemmy, Dancers

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CHECK OUT COMING EVENTS IN THE BEAT’S DAY BY DAY LISTING OF THE BIG SHOWS AROUND TOWN

Cornetto Summer Ice Cream Festival Performance by Dev, Project 9

(Ran & Soulvibe), Drew, Andien , The SIGIT, Sir Dandy, Maliq & D’Essential, Pure Saturday, Princess, Endah & Rhesam DJ Hogi, DJ Anton. Free Flow Ice Cream, Pool Party, Silent Outdoor Cinema

Sunday July 15th Swap Meet Summer Time & Beer Goceng Sneakers, Clothing, Toys, Jewellery, Accecories , Parfume, Gadgets Sunday Chill OJ Music House Start 7.30 PM

Bulungan Outdoor

Monster Of Legend #5 Noxa, Trash Line, Dajjal, Kedjawen, Soul Sick, Agnostica, Gerhana Total

Gedung Teater Jakarta, Taman Ismail Marzuki

Dharma Gita Mahaguru 2012 Anjasmara, Iwa K, Saiful Jamil, Candil, Tarzan, Sujiwo Tejo

Monday July 16th Black Cat

Open Mic Mondays Sing along on Stage with Byss Trio feat Ryan

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Red Square

Monday Mixology A New Theme From Red Square. Cocktail Making & Tasting ‘Vodka Specialty Cocktails’. Create your own cocktails ! www.beatmag.com

Stadion Renang Senayan, Kridaloka

JIExpo, Kemayoran

Jakarta Fair 2012 Geisha, Cokelat, Sheryl, Astoria, OMG

New Musro

Bahana Band play round music (Blues, Santana, Classic Disco, Slow Rock, Jazzy & oldies)


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Tuesday July 17th Burgundy, Grand Hyatt

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Tennis Indoor Senayan David Cook

Hacienda

Tuesday Night Live Mariachi Live Mariachi Music by Los paraguas from 8 to10pm

MO Bar, Mandarin Oriental Ladies Night Every Tuesday enjoy a special happy hour with free flow selected cocktails, house pouring spirits, soft drinks and draft beer from 8pm until midnight and enjoy fine tunes from a resident or guest DJ

New Musro

Inonk & friends Band (all round music)

Thursday July 19th

Wednesday July 18th

BlackCat Jazz

Thursday Urban Jazz Too Funk feat Yance Manusama, Taufan Goenarso, Lian Panggabean, Mathew Sayerz

Aperitivo

Rock On Big Brother Band play Alternative, Rock, Pop Tunes

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Eldora Billiard

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Red Square

Tuesdays Night Beer Buffet DJ Ricky Chattaway & Iwel

Girls just want to have fun Free table for ladies all night long

Hacienda

Salsa Wednesday Enjoy Salsa Dancing with your hosts Damaris & Iono From 9pm to midnight

Otel Lobby

Wicked Wednesday Kumars ‘n’ The Soulmakers, DJ Jeremy Jay

New Musro

Ladies On Top Black Swan Band (all round music, Top 40, Pop Music). Ladies Night Program w/ Arry Bule - Hemmy ( Musro Resident DJ ), Insomatemotion ( Musro Resident VJ ) 11pm to 3am

Red Square

House of Fantasy Red hot pole dancers and special prices on bottles Continued Next Page >>


continued Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Elbow Room

Tight Ass Thursday Decode Band Play Rock Music, Pop Rock, Alternative

Friday July 20th Aperitivo

Time For Free Bonita & The Hus Band

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

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Fridays Out Live acoustic by Unknown Artist

Immigrant

Special Ramadhan Funtastic Groove

Liquid Exchange Icon Band

New Musro

The Old Friends Band Country Music from 8pm – 11pm

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Red Square

CHECK OUT COMING EVENTS IN THE BEAT’S DAY BY DAY LISTING OF THE BIG SHOWS AROUND TOWN

Beach Party Ladies Night at Reds Free Martini & Cosmos for the ladies from 10pm to midnight. Bikini babe dancers.

Saturday July 21st BlackCat Jazz

Saturday Jazz Pop Starlite Start 6.00 PM. Sam Trio feat. Asty Amanda 9.30 PM

Elbow Room

Tour The Max Acoustic session with Play 7

Immigrant

Special Ramadhan Bubugiri

BlackCat Jazz

Sing along on stage Sing with House Band BYSS Trio feat. Ryan Start 9.15pm Onwards

Liquid Exchange

Saturday Acoustic Beats Spice up your Saturday nights with acoustic music show at 9pm and resident DJ Rizki

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Acousticas Acoustic time at 7pm

Sunday July 22nd Black Cat

Sunday Chill Mr.Brightside Start 7.30 PM

New Musro

Bahana Band play round music (Blues, Santana, Classic Disco, Slow Rock, Jazzy & oldies)

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Acoustic Pop

Hails From Jakarta

Burgundy, Grand Hyatt | Thursday 12 July | 7pm

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Acousticas dibentuk pada bulan November 2011 dan terdiri dari anggota yang masing masing punya latar belakang kesukaan terhadap beragam musik dari mulai Jazz, Funk, Rock, Pop maupun R&B. Karena perbedaan tersebut, membuat band ini menjadi lebih unik dan punya sound yang komplit. Acousticas terdiri dari Asti Asha Amanda (vocalist), Richard Karnadi (vocalist), Abraham Tombeng / Baam ( Bassist), Nanda (guitarist) dan Hendra Anugrah Akbar (drummer). Beberapa orang dari anggotanya punya pengalaman tampil dalam berbagai acara akbar seperti sang vokalis Asti, yang pernah membuka penampilan dari konser Ronan Keating di Bali, lalu tampil di perhelatan besar musik Java Jazz Festival dan juga bekerja sama dengan rekan musisi seperti Gruvi dalam proses pengerjaan album mereka. Acousticas tidak hanya piawai dalam membawakan lagu milik musisi lain, namun mereka juga menggubahnya dengan versi mereka dengan bagus. Acousticas was formed on November 2011 and consists of members from varying backgrounds who love diverse music genres, such as jazz, funk, rock, pop, and R&B. Acousticas’ members are Asti Amanda (vocal), Richard Karnadi (vocal), Abraham Tombeng/Baam (bass), Nanda (guitar), and Hendra Anugrah Akbar (drums). Asti, the vocalist, once got an opportunity to act as an opening performer in the Ronan Keating concert in Bali, and she also appeared at the Java Jazz and worked together with Gruvi for their album. Acousticas doesn’t only play cover songs, but they also rearrange it with their own renditions.

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Kesibukan mereka hingga saat ini, masih tampil setiap Hari Senin hingga hari Jumat di Burgundy, Gran Hyatt Jakarta. Mereka tampil pada pukul 7 malam setiap hari Senin hingga Kamis, sedangkan hari Jumat pada pukul 9 malam. Saksikan sendiri keunikan sound dari Acoustica di Burgundy. The band is very active and performs at Burgundy, Grand Hyatt Hotel from Monday to Friday. They usually perform at 7pm on Monday to Thursday and at 9pm on Friday. Enjoy the unique sounds of Acousticas.


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DJ Reynald Soundslike

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LUV’s Bar & Dine | Friday 13 July | 11pm

Has Been

Reynaldi yang lebih dikenal dengan nama DJ Reynald, bisa dibilang adalah salah satu DJ Indonesia yang menorehkan prestasi. Karirnya sebagai DJ dimulai pada tahun 91 sebagai resident di Fire Discotheque, kemudian klab Calypso dan selanjutnya adalah Musro. Prestasinya pada tahun 96, diperoleh Reynald dengan memecahkan rekor tampil selama 46 jam plus 4 menit dalam sebuah acara hingga tercatat dalam buku rekor MURI. Kualitasnya pun semakin tidak diragukan dengan ditariknya Reynald untuk menjadi salah satu resident di klab Vertigo dan berpindah ke X2 saat klab tersebut dibuka. DJ nama besar dunia yang pernah berbagi dek dengannya adalah Hernan Cattaneo, Tarentella, Mario Piu, Parks & Wilson, Dave Seaman, Danny Howells, Markus Schulz, Marc Vedo, Benny Benassi, dan sederet bintang internasional lainnya. Tidak hanya itu saja, Reynald yang pernah jadi duta klab X2, berbicara di pentas luar negeri, seperti Singapore, Malaysia, London, dan satu kiblat club scene dunia yaitu Ibiza. Reynaldi, also known as DJ Reynald, is an Indonesian DJs who breaks records. His DJing career was launched in 1991 by joining Fire Discotheque as its resident DJ before moving to Calypso club and Musro. In 1996 Reynald went into the MURI record book after performing non-stop at an event for 46 hours and 4 minutes. He was then recruited as one of resident DJs at Vertigo and, later on, X2 when the club first opened its door. World class DJs that he has shared the decks with include Hernan Cattaneo, Tarentella, Mario Piu, Parks & Wilson, Dave Seaman, Danny Howells, Markus Schulz, Marc Vedo, Benny Benassi, as well as a host of other international stars. Reynald had also been appointed as X2’s ambassador and performed on international stages in Singapore, Malaysia, London, and the mecca of the club scene, Ibiza.

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DJ yang tergabung dalam label Clubhoppers sebagai DJ nomer 7, sekarang pindah dan bergabung dengan Adora Bali. Selain menjadi DJ, ia juga menjabat sebagai Entertainment Manager dan Music Director. Pada tanggal 13 Juli nanti, Reynald akan tampil dalam sebuah acara yang digelar oleh LUV’s Bar & Dine. Buat yang kangen dengan setnya, jangan lewatkan penampilannya di LUV’s. Reynaldi has now moved to Adora Bali, and besides performing as a DJ, also assumes the position of entertainment manager and music director for the club. On July 13, Reynald will be performing at LUV’s Bar & Dine, which is not to be missed by those who itch for a classic set.


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immigrant | friday 13 July | 11pm Has Been

DJ Mikey Moran mengawali karirnya setelah jatuh cinta pada musik sehabis menonton film Groove dan mengunjungi Ibiza untuk menyaksikan para DJ tenar beraksi tahun 2002. Saat tumbuh dewasa ia sudah menunjukan minat yang besar terhadap musik dan bisa memainkan piano, sax, drums dan gitar. Karir DJnya dimulai saat ia membeli turntables dari seorang teman kuliahnya saat belajar di Mix Academi di Boston tahun 2003 -jauh sebelum CD lazim digunakan. Ia tampil untuk pertamakalinya di Manna House di Jakarta tahun 2004 dan setelah itu tampil di sejumlah klub di Jakarta. Tahun 2005 Moran bergabung dengan label Trigger Production. Ia kerap tampil di Jakarta dan kota besar di Indonesia, bahkan berbagi dek dengan nama besar seperti Clubworxx, Gabriel Chong, Sassy, dan Joujouka. Tahun 2008, ia pindah ke San Francisco untuk kuliah di akademi kesenian sambil terus tampil sebagai DJ. Moran akhirnya kembali ke Indonesia tahun 2010 dan pernah tampil sebagai pembuka konser Ne-Yo dan Far East Movement di Jakarta serta James Zabiela, Michael Franti dan Gorillaz di Bali.

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DJ Mikey merupakan salah satu DJ yang menguasai jenis musik. Salah satu penampilan berikutnya adalah acara Housemate - Friday the 13th yang akan digelar di Immigrant pada tanggal 13 Juli nanti. DJ Mikey is one of the DJs who has mastered diverse music genres. One of the next gigs he has will be the Housemate – Friday the 13th event at Immigrant on July 13.

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DJ Mikey Moran started his career after he found his passion DJing after watching the movie Groove and also visiting Ibiza watching big names spin in 2002. He had a passion for music growing up and played the piano, sax, drums and guitar. His DJ career started after he bought turntables from a college friend while attending Mix Academy in Boston in 2003 - long before CDs were the norm. His first gig was held at Manna House in Jakarta in 2004 and he soon appeared in many other clubs around town. Moran joined with Trigger Productions in 2005. Moran performs frequently around Jakarta and other cities in Indonesia, he has shared decks with Clubworxx, Erland Oye, Gabriel Chong, Sassy, and Joujouka. In 2008, he moved to San Francisco to study at an art academy but was still active as a DJ. He finally moved back to Indonesia in 2010 and once appeared as the opening act for NE-YO, Far East Movement in Jakarta and James Zabiela, Michael Franti, Kelis and Gorillaz in Bali.


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Daniel Portman Soundslike

Progressive House, Tech House

Hails From

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Daniel Portman, seorang DJ asal Zurich, Swiss, dan dia mencintai musik elektronik pada saat usianya sangat belia. Tahun 90an, Daniel mulai mempelajari dan membuktikan kemampuan bermusiknya lewat perangkat alat Akai2000 sampler dan sebuah Sequencer tua. Pertengahan tahun 2000, EP pertamanya yang berjudul ‘Backside/Evolution’ diluncurkan lewat Unreleased Digital, yang kemudian diikuti oleh ‘I Never Sleep’. Daniel juga pernah bekerja sama dengan Jerome Isma-Ae dan Stanley Ross. Selanjutnya, Daniel mulai banyak penggemar di seluruh dunia, dan itulah yang membuatnya sering tampil di klab seantero dunia termasuk salah satu klab di Jakarta yang pernah disambanginya pada tahun 2009. Musiknya pun punya gaya tersendiri, yaitu racikan progressive house dan techno yang juga dicampur oleh dari mesin musik yang sangat diakrabinya. Hailing from Zurich, Switzerland, Daniel Portman is a DJ who loved electronic music ever since he was young. In the 1990s, he started with a Akai2000 desk sampler and an old Sequencer. In the mid 2000s, his first EP called “Backside/Evolution” was released via Unreleased Digital which was then followed with “I Never Sleep”. He also once worked together with Jerome IsmaAe and Stanley Ross. Next, Daniel started to have many fans around the globe and which got him appearing frequently in many clubs worldwide, including in Jakarta in 2009. He has his own music style, it is a mix between progressive house and techno which incorporates a beat sampler.

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Daniel masih terus aktif melahirkan track berkualitas yang disebarkan lewat situs beatport. Selain meluncurkan musiknya, Daniel juga sibuk dengan tampil di klab dan salah satunya adalah Club Voyeur, Illigals Hotel pada tanggal 14 Juli nanti. Setelah sukses dengan penampilannya beberapa tahun lalu, Daniel kembali menjumpai penggemarnya di Jakarta. Don’t miss it! Besides creating qualified tracks which spread like wild fire via Beatport, Daniel will perform at Club Voyeur, Illigals Hotel on July 14. Daniel is finally back in Jakarta after his successful performance a few years back. Don’t miss it!


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Sebastian mengawali karirnya sebagai DJ dan produser di usia yang masih belia. Ia masuk dalam dunia musik dance, dengan menjadi produser yang bekerja sama dengan Roman F dalam proyek bernama Shik Stylko. Selain itu beberapa karyanya masuk dalam label seperti Defected, Stereo Production, dan Freerange. Sebastian juga merupakan seorang remixer yang handal. Ia telah menghasilkan sejumlah remix untuk Nadia Ali, Daniel Portman, Mark Knight, Robbie Rivera, Jerome Isma Ae, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Mark Knight, Dunkagenda dan EDX. Sebastian pernah pula bekerja sebagai resident DJ di Pacha Munich serta beberapa klab lain, mulai klab di Hong Kong, Soul, Tel Aviv, Dubai, Moscow, Amsterdam, London, Antigua, Prague hingga Jakarta. Beberapa tahun terakhir, Sebastian berkonsentrasi pada produksinya sendiri dan banyak track yang menjadi hits seperti ‘Brooklyn’, ‘Seduction’ dan juga ‘Wherever’. Sebastian started his career as a DJ and producer at a young age. He got into the dance music scene as a producer in collaboration with Roman F on a project called Shik Stylko. His other works were also picked up by labels like Defected, Stereo Production, and Freerange. Krieg is also a top remixer who has produced a number of remixes for Nadia Ali, Daniel Portman, Mark Knight, Robbie Rivera, Jerome Isma Ae, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Mark Knight, Dunkagenda and EDX. He has worked as a resident DJ at Pacha Munich as well as other clubs in Hong Kong, Seoul, Tel Aviv, Dubai, Moscow, Amsterdam, London, Antigua, Prague and Jakarta. In the last few years, Krieg has been focusing on his own productions and a few tracks that have become hits like “Brooklyn”, “Seduction” and “Wherever”.

Sebastian masih terus mengerjakan remix maupun track produksinya sendiri, sambil sesekali tampil melanglang buana ke berbagai negeri. Salah satu tujuan lawatannya adalah Jakarta, dan Sebastian akan tampil di Club Voyeur, Illigals pada tanggal 14 Juli. Tentunya ini merupakan satu kesempatan yang tidak bisa dilewatkan bagi pecinta musik progressive house. Sebastien Krieg continues to remix and produce his own tracks while visiting a number of countries on his international sojourns. One of his destinations is here where he will perform at Club Voyeur, Illigals on July 14. This is an opportunity not to be missed for progressive house fans.

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DIALOG LENGKUNG DINI HARI: LANGIT

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Dialog Dini Hari, the most respectable introspective folk group in Bali have lately become relatively well known across metropolitan Indonesia and have just released their brand new album, Lengkung Langit, a few weeks ago. Consisting of four songs, the record is in vinyl format and limited: only 200 pieces have been pressed. Recorded in Antida Studio, Bali, this album is their third collection. Their debut album, Beranda Taman Hati, was distributed in 2008 and received warm responses. The second, Album #2, released in 2010, has made their reputation as the ballad masters even stronger. Now with this latest recording, the trio (Dadang, Zio and Deny) invited a few brilliant musicians to participate as well, including Kartika Jahja (vocal), Riza Arshad (accordion), Angelo Berardi (violin), and Windu Estianto (piano). Keep yourself updated regarding this album and more by visiting www.dialogdinihari.com or following them on Twitter at @dialogdinihari.


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erserikatan introspective folk paling dihormati di Bali yang notabene pamornya berangsur kian benderang dalam lingkup Nusantara, Dialog Dini Hari, baru saja menerbitkan album termutakhirnya, Lengkung Langit. Ini adalah komposisi mereka yang nomer tiga. Sebelumnya pada 2008 trio yang kini beranggotakan Dadang SH Pranoto (biduan, gitar), Brozio Orah (bas, vokal latar), serta Deny Surya (drum) ini merilis karya perdananya, Beranda Taman Hati, yang melejitkan beberapa tembang caffeine-blues nan romantis lagi elegan yang digemari anak muda macam “Pagi”, “Renovasi Otak”, “Hatihati di Jalan”, dan lain-lain yang berkisah soal rasa rindu, sahabat, bumi, pula keajaibankeajaiban mungil yang kerap luput dari ingatan. Berlanjut kemudian dengan Album #2 yang banyak bertutur mengenai sikap mawas diri serta apresiasi kepada Tuhan, cinta, semesta dan sesama manusia. Yang istimewa, gubahan keluaran 2010 ini disisipi gimmick menarik: sampul album bisa dipilih sendiri sesuai selera pembeli, tersedia dalam 6 versi. Menurut sang biang keladi, Dadang alias Pohon Tua, dibanding yang sudah-sudah album paling gresnya ini diistilahkannya sebagai beyond imagination, niscaya digdaya melampaui harapan seliar apa pun yang ada di kepala. “Terasa seperti lompatan jaman. Jauh, jauh sekali melampaui pencapaian kedua album sebelumnya. Lengkung Langit kembali menyodorkan pengalaman indera bunyi, rasa dan jiwa yang pasti akan membuat mulut menganga,” tegas pria bergaya urban bohemian yang dikenal pula sebagai Dankie kala bersama Navicula ini dengan wibawa terjaga.

Yang patut dicatat kenapa kehadiran Lengkung Langit merupakan sebuah peristiwa signifikan dalam skena musik Indonesia adalah rilisannya dalam format piringan hitam, sebuah langkah yang masih terbilang jarang ditempuh oleh musisi lokal masa kini. Serta dicetak amat terbatas. Nah, jika kalian menyebut diri sebagai penyuka berat Dialog Dini Hari alias Sahabat Pagi, silakan dapatkan album tersebut serta simak kabar termutakhir mereka lewat www.dialogdinihari.com.

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Dikerjakan di studio rekaman yang sering disebut sebagai salah satu yang terbaik di Bali, Antida, 4 tembang yang terserak di gubahan ketiga ini menghadirkan rentetan bintang tamu berkelas macam Kartika Jahja (vokal), Rizal Arshad (akordion), Angelo Berardi (biola), dan Windu Estianto (piano).


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The big smoke takes a break in July, or does it?


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he more astute among you will immediately recognise that the title of this article is the second line of the immortal song Summertime by George and Ira Gershwin, which appears in the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess.

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If anything captures the lazy, hazy, languid days of summer, this must surely be it. Here in Jakarta, which lies just south of the equator, midsummer is technically around December-January, but no matter: Now is the time of the long school holidays, while the fashion world releases its spring/summer collections in time for April/May and the months that follow. In the capital, one immediate benefit of the school break is a noticeable reduction in traffic congestion, particularly during the morning peak. The downside can be felt in Bali: Those of you who manage a getaway to the so-called island of the gods will find yourself caught in Jakarta-like traffic jams that seem to consist entirely of vehicles with Jakarta or Surabaya registration plates... Euro and Wimbledon 2012 have just finished, and what a glorious soccer and tennis opening they provided to this summer’s feast of sport. The Olympics are just around the corner, so put your feet up as you enjoy the best in the world striving to be faster, stronger or higher than their rivals. Alternatively, you could take to the shops in search of bargains in the Great Jakarta Sale, with many participating venues opening until midnight on certain days to tempt even the most resistant of shoppers when the city’s roads are relatively traffic-free. But wait... this year, candidates for the governorship of the capital city are hard at work campaigning for the support of the Jakarta electorate. The rallies are a mix of political theatre and all the fun of the fair but inevitably produce localised traffic chaos around the chosen venues. It goes without saying that the “day of rest” seems to be targeted for the biggest rallies ... If you do remain in the capital, make the most of the relatively quieter days during the week for it will not be long before the new school term begins and the traffic will be back to “normal”. But let’s worry about that later. A couplet from another summertime song immortalised by Nat ‘King’ Cole encapsulates what the current season is all about: And on the beach you’ll see the girls in their bikinis As cute as ever but they never get ‘em wet ...


My dear fellows, welcome once again! Follow me as we traipse into the never never land that is the big durian, the playground that is Jakarta.

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Oh Walter, I mean really, if you do need to relieve yourself then do so, but watch the shoes. Now where was I... Ah yes the joys of this paradise, this incredible... What is it Walter? What’s that you say? You’ve heard of a place? Well go on then. Red Square? Ah... “Selera bule” indeed... My God, Walter stop running! That’s not a real Bluebird!!!

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elcome my friends to Red Square! What a place it is, the first and only leading purveyor of vodka in this maiden city - a drink of tsars and schleppers alike.

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Witness the long illuminated bar. For you see, Red Square does not in fact have a dance floor - it is, after all, a bar. You don’t often dance in a bar, I hear you say? Well, try dancing on one bwahahaha! I’m sure there will soon be - why here they come now! A bevy of exotic beauties, jiggling their tail feathers as they pound the bar top.


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Watch their mating call. See how this majestic figure of a man pounces on the bar top, pursuing these magnificent gazelles as they shimmy around him, eluding his every grasp. Let us leave him and instead find one who has found success. This gentleman appears to have done well. Excuse me sir, tell us, how long have you been with this beautiful young woman? Three days? You met online you say? What’s that? Well she certainly wouldn’t be allowed to work in a law firm dressed like that. Bwahahaha! Don’t worry my good man, you don’t look a day over 60. Good Lord what is that tugging... Ah, of course, the corner table, with a lovely view outside. Look at that man there, blissfully passed out in his own exertions. This table, my friends, is known

as the vortex. An unknown force tugs at ones heartstrings, leads hands to wallets and results in bottles and beauties in equal measure! Please excuse me, I find at times like this, addressing you all whilst standing atop a table and swinging my drink in the air, a most appropriate pose under the circumstances. So there you have it gentlemen, ‘tis indeed time to par-tay! I can see you’re ready to begin, to imbibe the beautiful poison, dance like a chicken and pursue these lovely creatures. Go my fellows, be free and enjoy Red Square - Jakarta’s playground with a subtle mix of North and South Jakarta for the wise and mature gentleman who wishes to let loose and rediscover his misspent youth. Except you Walter, I think we’ll have to find you somewhere more er... Ethnic. What’s that you say? Stadium? Good heavens me, is it really that time? Men, gather round, stomachs in and tighten your belts. To the Bluebirds one and all! Maybe the best is yet to come! [A Non]

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For this is Red Square’s secret - these fine young womenfolk are here to unwind, to drink, to make merry, to laugh and... Yes indeed, to meet well heeled and gorgeous western male specimens like you!


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he name Carrot Academy may sound like a particularly whimsical college from cartoon land somewhere, but this school of illustration is making a name for itself through the sheer quality of its students’ creations. From illustrations that rival the best of US, European, and Japanese comics, to those that would not look out of place in world class advertising campaigns; the academy has many local artists across the country hoping to take part in the phenomenon. The only thing is; this academy may yet be too small to hold the many interests heading its way. Geared towards creating students with marketable art skills, the academy’s aim to reposition design school alumnus as an intrinsic part of big business seems to have paid off. Although the school’s rather blunt commercialization of artistic expertise may tick off art purists, Carrot Academy’s founder Putra Adi Setiyawan stands by his conviction that this is what it takes to amplify the prestige and, more importantly, the tangible value of someone – anyone – who says they want to draw for life. Many of Carrot’s students have gone on to work

in the commercial field, particularly in a variety of marketing and advertising campaigns. Located in a modest looking residential-houseturned-school in the Kayu Putih area of East Jakarta, the academy was established in December of 2008. And though it managed to gradually build its reputation through word of mouth between the country’s numerous art communities online, it wasn’t until last year that it began building an almost cultish following. By early 2012, the privately owned school’s four part-time teachers were positively struggling to contain the excitement; being able to only host a limited number of students and having to turn down countless prospective disciples. The limit means that there are currently only around 100 students able to enroll. This was simply a natural by product of the academy’s students’ obvious abilities. Though there are myriad other illustration schools around the country, they have mostly been focused on a specific style; lacking the agility of Carrot’s students. According to Putra, by doing so, most Indonesian illustration schools inadvertently limit their students’ real world prospects; perpetually


demoting the art of drawing into mere hobby and robbing it of its own potential worth. For Putra, the school sets out to disprove the notion that the best case scenario for Indonesian illustrators is to be a comic drawer. “Illustration should mean you can draw anything in any format,” the 31-year old says. “We’re trying to show that there is plenty of work an artist is able to do in the real world.” He cites examples such as working in the design department of companies to being a recognized tattoo artist or custom motorcycle painter. This commitment of “opening people’s eyes” towards the endless possibilities available for illustrators is encapsulated in the academy’s Vitamin-A-filled, eye-benefitting fruit, moniker. “What are important in being a good illustrator are two things: a good perception and passion,” Putra says. He explains that “good perception” refers to understanding the doors opened through good illustration skills, while passion is having the energy of objectively understanding the aim of having drawing abilities. “One of my students discovered that his true passion was in accounting after he enrolled, so

he was able to objectively see what he wanted to do with his drawing skills. That goes back to our aim of opening their perception,” he adds. Another “myth” Putra sets out to dispel is the notion that some people are naturally more talented than others in their artistic abilities. He is certain, through his own belief that he himself was far from naturally “talented,” that every one of his students has the same chance to draw an awe-inspiring drawing. Putra is equally appalled at the Manga, or Japanese comic, orientation of many wannabe illustrators. “We’ve got to be rid of this habit of local illustrators running with excuses like ‘I’m only able to draw Manga-style’ or ‘I’m just not a whiz,’ before trying their utter best,” he says. A former musician who spent many nights playing everything from Top 40 tunes to heavy metal burners around the city’s cafes, Putra moved to the Jakarta from Temanggung, a small regency in Central Java. Though he managed to survive through paying gigs and paid songwriting, constantly meeting and conversing with friends who were heavily into drawing both

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professionally and as a hobby. This eventually led him into digging through his childhood and teen-years comics, mostly culled from the Manga style. Unsatisfied with the uncreative stiffness of local art studies, Putra dropped out of his Visual Communication Design studies in Interstudy University and began to seriously ponder the possibility of opening up his own school – the kind where people would actually grow into better artists. He was particularly inspired by Singapore’s IFS (Imaginary Friends Studio), an art studio who, according to Putra has “80% of its students from Indonesia.” “They were extremely flexible in what they could illustrate,” he adds. Along with some friends, Putra says he “gambled” away his savings to rent the house in Cikini. To start things off, Putra and his entourage also became part time tutors at the academy, though the early days were anything but smooth sailing. “We had OBs (Office Boys) quitting all time and stealing our equipment; we had the early tutors quitting right away after Carrot was established to work in better jobs; and worse, we had a former security guy completely rob us blind one day, stealing almost all of our equipment including computers,” Putra explains. “It was far more challenging than I thought it would be.”

Putra trudged on, recruiting a few new tutors, rounding up to the current 4 (including himself), all of whom still work other jobs to survive. It isn’t clear why Carrot’s students are able to churn out such quality illustrations; but it’s very likely it has a lot to do with Putra, whose ability to work within both the “analog” and digital illustration realm gives him, and his school, an edge. Samudra Utama, a Carrot student, says that the skills he learned from the academy are immense. “I learned how to digitally edit the images in a way that I never did in other schools, though I can’t really explain it. It was just different and more powerful,” he says. “Maybe it was the closeness we felt with the tutors, like they weren’t teachers but buddies you could hang out with.” Another student, Banu Satrio says that Carrot’s strength seems to be in its balanced ability to teach everything from “traditional to digital art.” As for the academy’s characteristic strength in digital manipulation, Putra says that it is again another way to prepare the students towards the way they need to work in the real world. “They have to be digitally prepared. Right now, everything is digitized, including communications with the clients. These days, for illustrators, the laptop is their studio.” [Marcel Thee]


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In Our Heads ack in the early naughties Hot Chip burst onto the scene with a very particular sound. Like their contemporary James Murphy and other DFA-associated acts, their early albums inspired brooding, snarkiness, and dancing in equal measures, and were a mixture of quirky production, indie kid attitude, and infectious funk. Underneath Alexis Taylor’s distinct voice, however, there was always a sense of something guarded and ironic. That changed dramatically with 2009’s One Life Stand, a record of almost embarrassing earnestness and devotion to love and happiness. It gave the sense that the group had settled into an identity and it breathed new life into their song writing. It was a lot more adult and comfortable, but in truth, it was also rather dull.

Wonderful Wow Worthy Worthless Worm Fodder

Three years have passed, with band member Joe Goddard releasing an excellent dancefloor-driven album as part of The 2 Bears, updating the humour and funk of Hot Chip’s first albums. In Our Heads sounds as if he has brought some of that energy back to the group. This is the rare album that has just as much groove as lyrical strength, and it shows listeners how dance music can be smart without rubbing your face in it. Pop hooks and big synthy sounds blend beautifully with heartfelt sentiments. “How Do You Do It” is a paean to love and a celebration of life backed by a slab of late 80s disco funk. “Look at Where We Are” drops the big-room sound and takes a successful left turn into guitar-driven quiet storm balladry. “Flutes” is a slow-burner with an infectious hook and an 808 state feel, while “Let Me Be Him” brings a Peter Gabriel sensibility to the spaced out R&B sound that has taken over these days, shifting into italo territory by the end of its seven minutes. Overall, the album could probably do with a better track order, but perhaps this is intentional. It has the feeling of a Prince album, in that whether you like slow crooning or upbeat funkiness, you’re likely to be hitting the fast forward button quite a bit. With a little patience, however, and an open mind, it’s an enjoyable ride, and one that suggests that the group has plenty of tricks up its sleeve for the years to come.

The 2 Bears Be Strong”\

Joe Goddard and Raf Rundell come together for an inspired album of sweaty grooves.

Chromatics Kill for Love Italians Do It Better label boss releases an album of eerie synthesized beauty.

Miike Snow Happy to You Behind-the-scenes pop songcrafters step out from behind the boards.

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Furla’s New Addition –The Piper–

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love Furla for its quality material and the relatively reasonable prices for their luscious leather. Furla gained some momentum with its Candy line, a speedy-like jelly tote, that comes in a variety of colors and patterns. While I have to admit that I’m not much of a jellyanything fan, when it comes to outfit and accessories, Furla remains as one of brands that I respect. Just recently, Furla came out with the Piper, a bandoleer-style tote bag that is super practical, with pockets and removable shoulder strap. I instantly fell in love with them! The Piper is available not only in a variety of colors, but also in different materials, textures and sizes!

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The leathers used are calf and bull leather, with varying textures, such as grained, embossedcrocodile, and lizard-like. Some are also available in contrast stitching, twist padlock, or a different back and front look.

There are three sizes available: mini, small and large. From the Furla website, I think most designs come in large sizes, with fewer selections in mini and small sizes. Do you think this bag will become one of the contenders for your bag this Summer? I certainly do.

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The Piper also comes in fabric, and a mix of fabric and leather. I am especially drooling for the tri-color cotton with full-grain bull leather finishing. It’s so fresh and cheerful, perfect for casual times.


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By: Amalia Hayati


Remember Dian’s ravishing makeup at the Cannes Film Festival red carpet? It’s all from the new collection of L’Oreal Paris called L’Or Electric. I thought I would have to wait a long time to get my hands on them, but apparently, Dian brought some back with her, especially for us. The new collection, L’Or Electric, consists of Mascara Lash Architect 4D, Color Riche and Open Eyes Pro Eyeshadow Quad that when combined together, will create an electrifying look.

I’m so head over heels with Dian’s nail polish! Dian uses L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Le Vernis in Sky Fits Heaven no. 611, which I will definitely snatch when they come to stores this July. They will be available in 15 shades and not only that, this nail polish includes gel elements that make the colours last long – up to 10 days in my case when I had the luxury to try the product at the press conference.

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ian Sastrowardoyo’s trip to the Cannes Film Festival 2012 caused quite a buzz. From the dazzling red carpet dress designed by Eddy Betty to her once in a lifetime experience being in the same picture frame with the famous Robert Pattinson. Now what do we get from her trip to Cannes? As an Indonesian, no trip is complete without bringing back some oleh-oleh for your friends and family. And, the ever so thoughtful Dian, didn’t forget to bring us a little something.

Dian also came back with new products from L’Oreal Paris that she included in her skincare arsenal during her Cannes trip. What is it? It’s the new L’Oreal Paris White Perfect Laser Series which consist of a day cream and essence. These products help to minimize and fade unwanted spots and help to brighten skin tone without having to go for laser treatments! So you get the benefit that mimics a laser treatment without going to a beauty clinic! Aren’t you all excited as I am with all the new goodies that Dian brought from her trip to France? I know I’m so nuts over them, I could roll around in them all day!

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If you’re wondering whether electric colours will suit our Asian skin, especially those with a middle to tan tone, Adi Adrian, official make-up artist at L’Oreal Paris said “I feel the electric colours are very suitable for Asian women. Caramel tone skin combined with bold colours create a harmonious blend that can radiate strength and confidence while providing a fresh and energetic effects on Indonesian women.” I couldn’t agree more with him. I always feel that the contrasting colour of electric actually lifts up my mood and also suits my medium skin tone perfectly. It looks just as lovely if you have fair skin. One of the examples is of course Dian’s look with L’Or Electric collection.


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A Classical Guitarist with an Indonesian Flavor By Erza S.T.

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all the classical music varieties existing in Indonesia, classical guitar is perhaps the one that we don’t get to see so much. However, this doesn’t mean that we don’t have bona fide classical guitarists in Indonesia. It is actually the opposite. Names such as Sudirman Leman and Jubing Kristianto are pioneers who built their reputation through out the classical guitar scene. One of Indonesia’s most promising and talented classical guitarist is John Paul. The guitarist, who fell in love with guitar after being influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page and Agustin Barrios, is currently doing postgraduate studies in guitar performance at the Koblenz International Guitar Academy in Germany under the guidance of Italian maestro Aniello Desiderio. He holds an undergraduate degree from Satya Wacana Christian University in Salatiga, Indonesia, and a Diploma from the Internationale Sommerakademie Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. His current studies have been made possible by generous supporters including Yayasan Musik Sastra Indonesia.


The Beat Jakarta was quite fortunate to catch up with this talented guitarist who just arrived back in town for summer holidays.

TBJ: Who is your inspiration in the guitar world? JP: My professor, Aniello Desiderio. In responding to this question I attempted repeatedly to explain why. But words evade me. Somebody is just going to have to bring him here on an Indonesian nation-wide tour, so people can enjoy the blessed privilege of experiencing him playing live in concert. TBJ: What do you think about the classical music scene in Indonesia these days? JP: It’s getting better and better. TBJ: There aren’t many classical guitarists compared to pianists or violinists. Has this fact change? Do we have more interest from the younger generation now? JP: It depends on how much “many” is, and how important quantity is. I think what is important is that everyone should have the chance to discover and develop their talent to their maximum. Even if there were a huge interest from the younger generation, the question is, how many qualified classical guitar teachers are available in Indonesia to cater to such a need? I don’t want to belittle anyone, but I do think there should be laws that regulate the qualifications required to teach in music schools. It’s a typical mistake as a beginner to think that anyone who seems to play better than you is a suitable teacher. A year later you will realizes you just copied all the mistakes your teacher does, who still tries

to convince you that as you “master” the guitar, you will get used to the pain in your back and wrist etc. Yayasan Musik Sastra Indonesia (YMSI) has a program called “Children in Harmony” that auditions children for talent and will, and grants scholarships enabling them to study with excellent well trained teachers. For guitar, Sudirman Leman is still at the forefront. I stongly recommend him to anyone who really wants be a professional guitarist. TBJ: We heard about your upcoming concert in Jakarta, could you please share some info about it? JP: Well, it’s a charity concert to help raise funds for underprivileged kids to resume school. I work together with Full Life Community. sites.google. com/site/fullifecommunity/ My own studies have been supported by so many, including Yayasan Musik Sastra Indonesia. Ananda Sukarlan donated a piece to me. It was bought and subsequently dedicated to my biggest contributor, Jim Basick, whom I consider my own father. TBJ: What is your future goal? JP: Oh dear, there’s just too many. I guess I just want to finish my studies first with the best results possible, and make a plentiful living from performing and teaching. Why plentiful? So I can help others. Of course, I’m not going to wait around until I’m rich to do what I can, which is much more than I once thought. TBJ: John Paul by definition is? JP: The Beatles minus George and Ringo? Hahaha… I think God is still in the process of defining me according to His will. Can’t go wrong with God.

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TBJ: Of all music types that guitars can do, why did you choose classical music? JP: I didn’t. It chose me; curiously late compared to anyone I’ve heard of.

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As an educator, John Paul is also very committed. He was a member of the guitar faculty at Jakarta Conservatory of Music, and was recently invited to give a guitar workshop at the Faculty of Performing Arts at Satya Wacana Christian University, in Salatiga, Indonesia. He currently teaches at Musikschule Wagner in Koblenz, Germany. Aside from performing in charity concerts, he also volunteers to teach underprivileged children free of charge.

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As a performer, John Paul is not only committed to introducing the standard classical repertoire to the Indonesian audience, but he is also dedicated to the dissemination of works by Indonesian composers. He performed the Indonesian premiere of Ananda Sukarlan’s first composition for solo guitar, “The 5 Lovers of Drupadi”, as well as the first public performance of Mr. Sukarlan’s piece for guitar and soprano/tenor, “By the Seaside: Twilight”, which was kindly donated to support John Paul’s studies.


For the Kids, For the Guys, For the Girls

By: @JohanJT

Dua minggu ke depan, setiap film berikut seru untuk ditonton bersama. Kalau sudah berkeluarga dan punya anak, ajak mereka bergurau dengan para binatang purba lucu ini. Bagi para cowok yang suka cerita superhero, ajak teman-teman cowok untuk menyaksikan kembalinya “Pahlawan Malam”. Dan untuk para cewek, bisa mengkhayal romantis dengan teman-teman cewek lainnya bersama dengan dokter ganteng. www.blitzmegaplex.com dan www.21cineplex.com Are your kids still on school holiday and starting to get bored? Bring them along to watch these funny pre-historic animals. Need to have some testosterone filled escapism? The Dark Knight is back. And for you girls who are on a shopping spree with your girlfriends in the mall, stop by to flirt with a handsome doctor on the big screen. Rush to www.blitzmegaplex.com and www.21cineplex.com!

Ice Age: Continental Drift Animation, Adventure, Comedy. Directors: Steve Martino, Mike Thurmeire. Writers: Jason Fuchs, Michael Berg. Cast: Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Queen Latifah. Sebuah aksi kecil dari Scrat si tupai yang mengejar kacangnya menyebabkan dunia berubah dimana daratan terbelah menjadi benua yang kita kenal sekarang. Di tengah-tengah insiden benua yang terbelah itu, Manny, Diego dan Sid terhanyut dalam potongan daratan es dan terpisah dari rumah juga keluarga mereka. Mereka pun harus mencari jalan kembali ke rumah mereka dengan berlayar di hamparan laut yang luas. Petualangan mencari jalan balik ke rumah tidaklah mudah, mereka bertemu dengan sekumpulan bajak laut, makhluk lautan yang aneh dan bahkan Diego menemukan cinta sejatinya. Franchise film “Ice Age” bisa dibilang cukup laku dengan sekuel yang terus dibuat dari tahun ke tahun. Di sekuel keempat kali ini, duo sutradaranya adalah pembuat film pendek tentang Scrat si Tupai zaman purba di 2 film sebelumnya. Masih dengan karakter yang sama, dan tentunya kita juga suka menghafal siapa yang menjadi pengisi suara mereka sedari awal, di sekuel kali ini, akan dimunculkan beberapa karakter baru untuk menambah kesegaran dalam sisi humornya. Tidak banyak yang perlu kamu harapkan, film ini lumayan untuk mengisi waktu senggangmu. Pakai mantelmu yang tebal dan bawalah popcorn untuk berlayar di zaman es yang mencair! Who can forget the funny pre-historic squirrel, Scrat from the Ice Age films? Well in this sequel, a small act causes a world-changing consequence of which the whole world was split into what we call continents. Amidst this incident, Manny, Diego and Sid are drifting on an iceberg to the vast ocean and must find their way back. Fourth installation? Might be boring? Maybe yes, maybe no. With some new characters and a solid cast, we might not have enough of these pre-historic characters yet.

The Dark Knight Rises Action, Adventure, Crime. Director: Christopher Nolan. Writers: Jonathan Nolan, David S. Goyer. Cast: Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Liam Neeson. Delapan tahun sejak insiden dengan Joker, reputasi Dark Knight alias Batman tercemar karena perbuatan yang dilakukan oleh Dent / Two Face sebelum dia mati. Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) pun menjalani harinya layaknya pengusaha milyuner dan tidak pernah muncul sebagai Batman lagi bahkan untuk membantu satuan kepolisian kota Gotham. Di saat yang sama,


seorang penjahat besar, Bane membebaskan seluruh tawanan penjara dan berencana untuk menghancurkan kota Gotham. Di saat seperti ini, Bruce Wayne pun tergerak untuk muncul kembali sebagai Batman dan melindungi kota Gotham yang sudah mencapnya sebagai seorang musuh. Penantian untuk salah satu film yang mungkin paling diantisipasi tahun ini akhirnya tiba juga. Sekuel ketiga ini merupakan akhir dari trilogi Dark Knight yang dibuat oleh sutradara Christopher Nolan. Bagi yang sudah menonton trailer-nya pastinya sudah tercengang dengan bagaiman Nolan memperlakukan film “superhero” ini menjadi seperti film kaliber Oscar. Kejutannya? Cuplikan yang kamu lihat di trailer itu katanya bahkan belum memperlihatkan permukaan dan cerita sebenarnya dari kesimpulan sang legenda Dark Knight alias Batman. Dengan jajaran pemain peraih dan nominasi Oscar seperti Tom Hardy yang menjadi Bane, Anne Hathaway sebagai Catwoman, Marion Cotillard, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, dan kembalinya sosok Liam Neeson sebagai R’as Al Ghul dari film pertama, The Dark Knight Rises dijamin akan membuat kamu diam terkagum dengan cerita, akting dan penggambaran visualnya. Oscar? Bisa jadi! Director Christopher Nolan might be the only filmmaker who ever directed an Oscar-winning superhero movie. To close the trilogy of the Dark Knight AKA Batman, this third and final installation may be the most anticipated movie of the year by the whole world, and it’s not an exaggeration. Saw the trailer already? It gave us goosebumps. Rumor has it that what’s been shown in trailer barely scratches the surface of it. You will be blown away by the story, the twists, the action, the excellent cast, and technical aspects all put together in 164 minutes of film that you will most likely remember for years to come!

A Little Bit Of Heaven Comedy, Drama, Romance. Director: Nicole Kassell. Writer: Gren Wells. Cast: Kate Hudson, Gael Garcia Bernal, Kathy Bates, Peter Dinklage. Marley Corbett (Kate Hudson) adalah seorang wanita muda yang cantik dan juga suka bercada, namun Marley takut membuka dirinya untuk menerima cinta dan komitmen. Dia sering tidak menganggap segala sesuatu serius dan menanggapinya dengan humor. Suatu hari ketika dia harus berobat ke dokter baru, Julian (Gael Garcia Bernal), Marley pun jatuh cinta dan mencoba untuk memulai untuk mengatasi ketakutan dirinya akan cinta dan komitmen. Bersama Julian, mereka berdua saling cocok dan berakhir di satu titik dimana mereka berdua tidak pernah menyangka. Baik sutradara maupun penulis skenarionya tidak ada yang terkenal pernah membuat film romantis komedi sebelumnya. Namun pemilihan aktris Kate Hudson sebagai pemeran utama cewek bisa dibilang tepat karena dia memang mempunyai karakter supel setiap kali bermain film romantis komedi. Bagi para cewek-cewek, tentunya kehadiran aktor ganteng berdarah Latin, Gael Garcia Bernal juga akan memberikan fantasi romantis tersendiri. Secara cerita, kamu cukup menikmati film ini layaknya film romantis komedi lainnya sambil ditemani popcorn favorit! Marley (Kate Hudson) is a young and lovely woman but can be irreverent sometimes. She’s also afraid of opening herself to love and commitment and uses her wits to pretend nothing is ever serious when it comes to men. When she has a life-changing visit with her new doctor, Julian (Gael Garcia Bernal), both of them are sent to an eye-opening romance with mutual discovery. Pretty much your typical romantic comedy, so don’t have any expectations, but this might still be a good date or girls-night-out kind of movie to be accompanied with popcorn to share.


pics

Ancol Beach City

Otel Lobby

The Good Dinner

Ancol Beach City

LUV’s Bar & Dine

Blowfish

DJ Festival

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DJ Festival

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DJ Festival

DJ Festival

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LUV’s Bar & Dine

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Do you want to enter a fairy tale world and indulge yourself with food at the same time? You should swing by Fable in the SCBD area to enjoy its promo menu. Fable Fable offers a host of dinner options like the spicy Grilled Cod in Teriyaki sauce, Foie Gras Ravioli, Furikake Aglio Olio, Caramel Crust Pie, Lobster Bisque, Alaskan Watermelon Menthol, Caramel Crust Pie and Black Velvet Cake. Complement your meal with the bartender’s creations such as Nutella Passion cocktail, Sin Derella cocktail, Fable Royal Mojito, Northern Light Cocktails, and Queen of Hearts. All while you are entertained by acoustic performance as well as cool tunes from the resident DJs. Mau merasakan masuk ke alam dongeng sambil menikmati kuliner berkualitas? Anda bisa hadir di Fable, yang berlokasi di kawasan SCBD dan menikmati promo hidangannya. Fable menawarkan berbagai pilihan makan malam seperti Grilled Cheese Grilled Cod dengan saus Teriyaki dengan rasa pedas, Foie Gras Ravioli, Furikake Aglio Olio, Caramel Crust Pie, Lobster Bisque, Alaskan Watermelon Menthol, Caramel Crust Pie dan Black Velvet Cake. Untuk melengkapi hidangan Anda cobalah berbagai rasa minuman kreasi para bartender seperti Nutella Passion cocktail, Sin Derella cocktail, Fable Royal Mojito, Northern Light Cocktails, dan juga Queen Of Hearts. Selesai menyantap hidangan Andapun akan dimanjakan oleh hiburan music akustik maupun lagu-lagu yang diputar oleh para resident DJ.

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Red Square is offering some new deals and this is something we’re all excited about it.The place is now serving all new party food which is sure to bode well with its extended happy hours which are Monday to Friday from 5pm to 10 pm and includes vodka cocktails, martini’s, house pouring, and Heineken beers. Red Square menawarkan sesuatu yang baru untuk lebih memeriahkan suasana. Restaurant tersebut kini menyajikan menu pesta yang sangat sesuai untuk menemani saat bersantai selama happy hour yang berlangsung dari pukul 17 hingga pukul 22 untuk minuman seperti vodka cocktails, martini’s, house pouring, dan Heineken beers.


Effen Vodka Launch

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ffen Vodka from Holland was officially launched last week with a rather pleasant gathering in Luna Negra with four mixologist from bars around town vying for the prize of the best cocktail of the night. A stylish un-plugged group supplied the tunes. The new premium vodka that features a circular distillation and pressure pumped through charcoal cleaning method is a prized new liquor in the market.


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THAI ALLEY

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A punchy concept that will spice up your dining experience!

Pacific Place 5th Floor, SCBD Area Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53 Jakarta 12190 Opening hours: 10am – 10pm Tel: (021) 5797 3600 BB PIN: 26CD03DB Facebook:ThaiAlley Twitter @ThaiAlley


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they taste great even without having to dunk them in the soy sauce dip. Now, if there are a couple ‘masterpieces’ at Thai Alley, it must be these two: The first one is the Khao Ohb Nam Liaeb (45k) or fried rice with Chinese black olives and chicken, with fresh chili, lime, shallot, and cashew nuts. This is a nice twist to the old fried rice recipe; the black olives gave it a nice color, and the chili, lime, shallot, and cashew nuts were put on the side at first. But after mixing them with the rice, voila! It was like having another kind of rice dish altogether! A must try dish here! The next one is the Somboon Pong Kari (99k) or Thai-style chili crab. The crab is served with tasty stir fried yellow curry mixed with egg, onions, and spring onion. We have another winner on our hands! You can have this type of curry with your choice of squid, shrimp, or soft shell crab as well. The sweet Man Cham (29k) was our pick of dessert; tapioca cooked in syrup and topped with coconut cream. Our order of mocktails the Rayong (45k) - peach chuncks, lime, mint leaves, lavender syrup, and soda, and the Samui (45k) orange chunks, honey dew melons, lychee, and melon syrup were both very refreshing. Thai Food is about the celebration of the senses. Its flavors, aromas and colors would definitely light up every sense. With these authentic recipes of Thai street food, Thai Alley brought a “celebration of the senses” to the heart of Jakarta through your palates. (Budi Iskandar)

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hai Alley is a new Thai restaurant located in Pacific Place Mall where it opened its doors about two months ago. The restaurant has a unique look about it. The concept is to bring the feel of having the best of Thai street cuisine inside an air conditioned mall. The only heat you’ll feel is from the spicy food, and that’s a good thing! The interior does look like an alley in the heart of Bangkok. There’s a façade of a shophouse here, stacks of bottled drink crates there, and the street lamps complete with electrical poles give it an edgy ambiance. The wooden furniture also adds a colorful touch. The owners of Thai Alley wanted to bring authentic Thai street food to Jakarta, and we were informed that they went to Bangkok and sampled as many delicious local eateries as they could. On their trips, they also found a team of Thai chefs who were ready to bring their expertise to Jakarta. We recently visited them for a late lunch and we had a very tasty Thai treat! We started with the Yam Mamuang (32k); spicy mango salad with chili and lime juice. A delicious assault on the taste buds, the spicy and sour appetizer dish is a perfect start to our culinary journey to Thailand. Of course, we just cannot visit a Thai restaurant without ordering the Tom Yam Goong (39k); that ubiquitous Thai favorite hot and spicy soup. Aroy (‘Delicious’ in Thai)! The Gai Hor Bai Toey (29k) or marinated chicken in pandan leaf also made it to our table. We loved how well marinated the chicken was;


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SKIPJACK A new Japanese-influenced steak joint is ready to cater to your carnivorous cravings!

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Tokyo Skipjack At Cosmo Japanese Supermarket Jl. Bulungan No. 16, Jakarta Selatan 12130 Ph.: (021) 9972 5000 Opens: 6 – 10 pm Note: Closed on Mondays

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is a labor of love for two old college buddies with a passion for good food. The name itself is actually derived from a kind of tuna typically found in the waters around Japan, but they decided that it’s catchy enough for their eatery. It is a semi-outdoor restaurant, located at Cosmo Japanese Supermarket near Blok M area. As we arrived there, the aroma of meat sizzling on the grill was just too tantalizing.

Web: www.tokyoskipjack.com The kitchen area looks like a cross between a country Twitter: @TokyoSkipjack woodshed and a Yakitori counter. This is a very casual place, Facebook: TokyoSkipjack but the folks at Skipjack are dead serious about their stuff. And judging from the packed house that evening, this is the new place to be for steaks! The meats here are of excellent quality. Weighing at about 200 grams each, the US Sirloin (145k), Tenderloin (165k), and Rib Eye (155k) were superbly succulent. Yes, they do have more budgetfriendly choices of New Zealand Sirloin (65k), Rib Eye (75k), and Tenderloin (95k), but the US ones are simply to die for!


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Why not indulge yourself with “The King of Steak” that is Skipjack’s US Porterhouse (275k)? All 500 grams of beefy goodness that is big in size and big in flavor. One side of the porterhouse is the wonderful full-bodied taste of strip loin steak, while the other is the luxurious tenderness of filet mignon - the best of both worlds, indeed! The meats are the main stars here, but the side dishes play a supporting role worthy of winning the Food Oscars themselves! The seemingly simple golden brown French fries are seasoned with Balinese sea salt for an extra oomph. The sweet Corn Batayaki is a corn on the cob brushed with a yummy mixture of soy sauce and butter.The mashed potato is called Mitsuba Mash; mitsuba is a type of Japanese parsley with a fresh, slightly peppery flavor. Put together, it gives the creamy mashed potato a certain texture and taste like no other. Last but not least, the Green Salad with Japanese Dressing is a delightful mix of Japanese ‘Horenzo’ spinach with homemade Goma dressing. They are all vying for your attention, but the good thing is you can choose two sides to accompany your steak!

Skipjack is giving other steak eateries a run for their money, and rightly so. This is one highly recommended place for steaks. Ask them about their philosophies of Kodawari and Kiwameru; you’ll understand why Skipjack is fast becoming the favorite for Jakarta’s steak lovers. (Budi Iskandar)

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The meats and side dishes are all good, but the sauces here are pure genius! Skipjack has four types of homemade sauces, each one as tasty as the other. The Homemade Barbecue and Creamy Mushroom are classic companions to your choice of steak, but the two most popular here are the Wasabi Butter and the Japanese Chimichurri. The former is a buttery blend of sauce with just a hint of a kick from the wasabi. The latter can be described as “When Tokyo Meets Tango”; a Japanese take on Argentina’s national steak sauce, the Chimichurri. Here, the more traditional parsley is substituted with the Mitsuba. These are some winning cross-cultural combinations, if you asked us!


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TBJ gets behind the bar again to find the latest tastes

Daniel J.M, Bar Captain at Luv’s Bar, is behind the wheel of this week’s cocktails, which happen to be two of his favorites and best sellers at Luv’s, the Laranja Secret and Greenlicious. Let’s find out more…

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1 1. Laranja secret 2 oz crème de fraises 1 oz citrus vodka 1 oz lemon juice Shake Cocktail Glass

2 2. GREENLICIOUS 2 oz vodka 1 oz melon liqueur ½ oz triple sec Club soda on top Shake High Ball Orange slice


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Bunk is a chill out place to get relaxed and is located at Pullman Jakarta Central Park. Multicolor ornaments cover the interior and the cozy sofas are perfect companions to the leisurely music. Bunk also provides quality wines, cocktails, and tapas, and of course, excellent service too.

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Pullman Jakarta Central Park. Podomoro City Jl. Let. Jend. S.Parman Kav 28

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G Floor (Mon-Wed 7am - 12pm, Thu-Sun 7am - 1am)

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Chill Out

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DJ Steeve & DJ Julie (until July 2012)

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Wednesday-Thursday DJ from 7pm - 11.30pm and FridaySaturday 8pm - 12.30am

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The Signature Bloody Mary

food

Tapas Platter

contact

(021) 29 20 00 88. h7536-fb4@accor.com www.pullmanjakartacentralpark.com www.accorhotels.com

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The Cute Will cut Now – July 13 The Cute Will Cut is a mini art exhibition and collaboration of over ten artists with different genres. Held in a quaint tattoo shop, they aim to expose the different perceptions of art and the more current and popular genres in street art particularly. Accommodating work from an array of different artist’s only means that everyday will be unique and worth seeing. The event also comes with acoustic music performances. Ryannoise Tattoo Studio Jalan Pawon Raya No. 12A Perumnas 2, Tangerang.

Imaginary world : childishly inspired Now – July 15 A collection of childishly inspired work by three Jogja-based artists come alive in this exhibition. A journey of exploration in childhood fantasy, questioning the very means of being an adult and the boundaries we find between our childhood and today. These 3D artworks range from modified action figures all the way to the more traditional wayang puppets.

Jakarta Art bazaar

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July 26-29 Jakarta’s most anticipated art event is back. The Jakarta Art Bazaar will be held in the Ritz Carlton Pacific Place and will feature artworks and premium living brands from international as well as local artists. This three-day event is highly anticipated mainly because it has become quite a spectacle when artists and art lovers are bouncing off each other, savoring the event together. Over 16,500 showed up last year and the numbers are set to increase in what is dubbed the biggest fair in Indonesia. Don’t miss it for art’s sake. Ritz Carlton – Pacific place


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AMS stands for Justice – Art & Music on stage, a yearly event put together by the law students at the University of Indonesia. Ever since it’s initiation leading up to it’s 9th official event, JAMS has become a platform for youth to channel their appreciation of art and music in a positive manner. This year the students have decided to go with a theme titled ‘Expand the Creativity, Preserve The Originality’ to bring about an awareness towards the importance of social law and Intellectual rights in the development of a better creative industry in Indonesia. Everything from music, art, product design, architecture, fashion and in all places, the youth are given a chance to create art which carries with it an intellectual property that’s worth protecting. It is the efforts like these that shed a light on Indonesia’s ongoing battle with piracy and these student hope to use JAMS as a social spearhead against plagiarism. In support of this event big name artists such as Gugun & the Blues Shelter, Efek Rumah Kaca and an array of public figures from their respective fields are set to lighten things up and kick things along at the Salihara Theatre July 14.


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exhibition dedicated to the founding father of this nation titled “The Energy of Bung Karno” was put on show at Taman Ismail Marzuki. This week-long event was a coming together of different artists from all over Indonesia paying an Ode to the man who’s ideas and efforts made this country independant. A mixture of installation art and canvas art, the exhibition depicted the energy this enigmatic individual had in the times of struggle and gaining independence from the then Dutch colonization. Soekarno’s family life and hobbies are also depicted in these work of arts. There were good reviews all round when visitors were asked about this exhibition as they felt that it was more than just another display of art, but a beautifully told story of a man many say has never been replaced by any other president. The artists themselves admitted that they were very enthusiastic and willing to do this event as they themselves found inspiration in the energy and individual that was Bung Karno.

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enyambut ulang tahun Portico Terrace Bistro ke 3, OPCO Group mendatangkan juara Junior Master Chef Australia season 2, Greta Yaxley. Greta yang baru berusia 12 tahun ini menunjukkan keahlianya memasak dalam sebuah Cooking Demo di Portico baru-baru ini. Ia berhasil memukau penggemarnya, baik yang masih anakanak ataupun dewasa dengan ciptaannya yang lezat; Feta Tortellini with Butter Sage and Raisins, Citrus and Tarragon Chicken with Walnut Orange and Pomegranate Salad, dan Middle Eastern Meringue with Berry Compote and Almond Short Bread. Semua hidangan ini juga akan tersedia di Portico untuk waktu yang terbatas.

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Celebrating the Portico Terrace Bistro’s third anniversary, OPCO Group brought in the winner or Junior Master Chef Australia season two, Greta Yaxley. Greta who is still 12 years old showed her cooking skills in a demo at Portico. She mesmerized both kids and adults who loved her yummy dishes, such as feta tortellini with butter sage and raisins, citrus and tarragon chicken with walnut orange and pomegranate salad, and Middle Eastern meringue with berry compote and almond short bread. All those dishes will also be available at Portico for a limited time.

Fable Lounge & Dining Thursday 19 June

The Gathering

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ebuah acara kumpul digelar di Fable Lounge & Dining dalam rangka perkenalan tempat ini dengan para media. Selayaknya sebuah perjalanan imajinasi, sesuai dengan konsep yang dituang ke dalam Fable, acaranya dikemas secara baik dengan terlebih dahulu memperkenalkan tempat, dan kemudian para undangan pun diwajibkan untuk menikmati sajian kuliner maupun 5 jenis cocktails racikan khusus dari para bartendernya sambil mendengarkan musik yang dimainkan oleh para resident. Setelah dibuai dengan beragam sajian, pengunjung pun kembali ke alam nyata dan perjalanan acara pun usai saat memasuki malam.

A media event was held at Fable Lounge & Dining to introduce the place to us intrepid journalists. The event was packaged like an imaginary trip. Firstly, they introduced the place, and then all the guests were required to enjoy the culinary dishes and five types of cocktails that were made by the bartenders while listening to the music from the resident DJ. After being pampered by much food, the guests were back to reality and the trip was over when night descended.


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The Go Skateboarding Day celebration in Jakarta last week was inspired by an alternative American tradition started in 2003. In 2007 the tradition was picked up in Indonesia by Happen Skateboarding magazine. The fifth Go Skateboarding Day this year was opened with a street parade that started from the main street in the Senayan area and ended at the Ministry of Youth and Sports. After an opening speech by Minister Andi Malarangeng, the day’s program was continued with a number of skateboarding contests like longest ollie, highest ollie, continuous trick kick flip and games of S.K.A.T.E. The all-day celebration finally came to an end at 6pm.

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anggal 21 Juni adalah tanggal yang sangat spesial buat skateboarders, karena digelarnya Skateboarding Day (GSD), tradisi yang awalnya dilangsungkan pada tahun 2003 di Amerika. GSD baru dirayakan di Indonesia pada tahun 2007 diprakarsai oleh Happen Skateboarding Magazine dan pada tahun kelima di Jakarta, diawali dengan tradisi Street Parade di jalan utama Senayan yang dilanjutkan menuju Gedung Kementrian Pemuda dan Olahraga. Usai disambut oleh Menteri Bapak Andi Malarangeng, acara berlanjut dengan digelarnya beberapa games skateboard seperti Longest Ollie (adu jauh), Highest Ollie (adu tinggi), Continuous trick Kick Flip dan Game Of S.K.A.T.E dan Go Skateboarding Day pun berakhir pada pukul 6 sore. Sampai jumpa di GSD 2013.


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Lapangan D Senayan Friday 22 June

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ason Mraz datang ke Jakarta dalam rangkaian tur dunia nya yang berjudul “Tour Is A Four Letter Word”. Ini adalah kali ketiganya di Indonesia, dan ia tampil tepat di hari ulang tahun Jakarta ke 485 (dan sehari sebelum ulang tahunnya sendiri). Ia sempat menyanyikan sedikit bagian dari lagu “Birthday” (The Beatles) untuk Jakarta, dan penonton pun membalas dengan lagu “Happy Birthday” untuknya. Jason Mraz menggabungkan berbagai genre dalam musiknya dan berhasil memukau penonton dengan hitsnya seperti “You And I Both”, “Lucky”, “The Remedy”, dan “I’m Yours” yang selalu ditunggu. Lagu terbarunya “I Won’t Give Up” menutup konser yang intim tapi seru ini.

Jason Mraz came to Jakarta as part of his Tour Is A Four Letter World... uh world tour. It’s his third visits to Jakarta which coincided with the capitol’s 485th birthday (and a day before his own). Mraz then took the time to sing The Beatles’ “Birthday” and the crowd returned the favor by singing “Happy Birthday” to him. Mraz combined several musical genres and captivated his audience with much-awaited hits like, “You and I Both”, “Lucky”, “The Remedy”, and “I’m Yours”. He completed the performance with his latest number, the intimate yet exciting, “I Won’t Give Up”.


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alam rangka memeriahkan program ‘Marlboro Red Rush’ yang bertujuan memberikan pengalaman Motorsport dan Lifestyle kelas dunia, digelar pula Marlboro Red Rush Night yang merupakan acara pestanya. Hari Sabtu malam tanggal 23 Juni kemarin, Immigrant terlihat beda di bagian depan, karena terdapat sebuah mobil Ferrari F1 yang dipajang. Acara diramaikan oleh DJ Cream, kolaborasi antara Live PA dari Angels dan Duo Percussion, ditambah pula dengan MC Giri yang mengawal acara hingga usai. Acara ini dikunjungi oleh para tamu yang memenuhi Immigrant dan mengikuti acara dari awal hingga usai pada pagi harinya.

The Marlboro Red Rush Night party was put together to bring world class motorsports and lifestyle experiences to the everyday guy. Visitors to Immigrant last Saturday night were welcomed by a Ferrari F1 car that was parked by the entrance. DJ Cream, a collaboration of Live PA, Angels and Duo Percussion, as well as MC Giri fired up the party all night. Guests came in early for the program and stayed until closing time at early hour the next morning. Speed was a factor at this party.

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alah satu program unggulan berjudul Soul Train kembali digelar oleh Otel Lobby dan pada edisi kali ini, bintang tamunya adalah Drew. Sekitar pukul 9 malam, DJ Gerry mulai menghangatkan suasana. Sejam kemudian, Sashi dan rekan rekan nya yang tergabung dalam Drew band langsung menggulirkan lagu-lagu cover version yang dimainkan lewat format akustik. Malam itu, Soul Train punya tema “Tribute to MJ”, dan Drew pun memainkan hits kepunyaan sang megastar tersebut, seperti lagu ‘Bad’ yang dimainkan dengan sangat bagus. Begitu pun dengan DJ Jeremy Jay yang tampil setelahnya, mengalunkan beberapa lagu MJ yang berirama disko. Soul Train akan kembali digelar pada hari Rabu di kesempatan berikut dengan menampilkan performa bintang lainnya.

Another Soul Train event was held at Otel Lobby and this time the guest star that evening was none other than Drew. At Around 9pm, DJ Gerry started to warm up the crowd. An hour later, Sashi and Co played some acoustic cover songs. Soul Train had a theme “Tribute to MJ”, and Drew played some of the king of pop’s hits, like “Bad”. So did DJ Jeremy Jay who played some disco fueled MJ songs. Soul Train will be back on Wednesdays and will present more new stars soon.


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atu keramaian digelar di LUV’s Bar & Dine pada hari Jumat malam dengan tema selebrasi ulang tahun dari salah satu pejabat tingginya yaitu Bapak Devian. Acara ini juga dirangkai dengan lanjutan dari Black Summer pertama pada edisi sebelumnya, dan barisan pengisi acarapun memeriahkan pesta yang diawali dengan free flow bagi seluruh pengunjung. Selepas Reza Karami dan resident DJ Ferra Allony memanaskan suasana, acara yang juga dipandu oleh MC D’Truck ini mulai dibanjiri oleh para tamu menjelang tengah malam. Acara kian ramai dengan kehadiran kolaborasi Live PA dari VPD, dan Fashion Parade yang menampilkan para model yang tergabung dalam LV C&C. Selanjutnya, DJ Ade Bro lebih memanaskan suasana dan DJ Bobby Suryadi pun tampil dengan Audio Visual DJ Set yang membuat LUV’s semakin panas.

A party was held at LUV’s Bar & Dine on Friday night to celebrate one of the venue’s main dudes, Mr. Devian. Continuing the Black Summer parties, this event was rounded out by many performers and it started with a free flow to all the guests. After Reza Karami and resident DJ Ferra Allony warmed up the crowd. The event, which was also hosted by MC D’Truck, started to get crowded around midnight. The collaboration between Live PA from VPD and a fashion parade which featured the illustrious LV C&C models was a pleasant distraction. Next, DJ Ade Bro took over the stage and DJ Bobby Suryadi appeared with an audio and visual DJ set that the place pumping.

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khirnya digelar satu acara Rave Party yang didukung penuh oleh pemerintah. DJ Festival 2012 adalah murni kerja sama dari berbagai pihak yaitu Dinas Pariwisata Kebudayaan Provinsi DKI Jakarta dengan program Enjoy Jakarta dan pihak lainnya. Satu hal yang berbeda dari party yang biasanya, acara ini dibuka dan dipadu dengan kesenian tradisional seperti Lenggang Manis. Acara yang gratis untuk umum ini, selain menghadirkan kompetisi DJ dan Dance, Eksibisi Otomotif, Food & Fashion Bazaar, juga dimeriahkan dengan sederet bintang internasional dan lokal. Tampilan unik antara DJ Naro dan Balawan “The Magic Fingers” menghasilkan kolaborasi dengan tehnik tinggi, sementara puncak acaranya dimeriahkan oleh tampilnya DJ Jerome Isma-Ae dan Dinka yang sempat bermain secara back to back. Acara kolaborasi dance dan ethnic budaya lokal ini, sangat diharapkan untuk digelar kembali pada tahun depan. Acara Rave Party yang sangat beda!

Finally, a rave party that got full support from the local government. DJ Festival 2012 was a cooperative effort between the Department of Tourism and Culture of DKI Jakarta and the Enjoy Jakarta program, and others. The party opened with traditional acts, such as Lenggang Manis, and it made the party feel very cultural. Besides presenting a DJ and dance competition, automotive exhibition, food & fashion bazaar, the free event was also rounded off with many international and local stars. The unique performance between DJ Naro and Balawan “The Magic Fingers” demonstrated what two highly skilled artists could do. The peak of the event presented DJ Jerome Isma-Ae and Dinka who played back to back. Overall, the collaboration of EDM and local ethnic culture was a hit and expect the same party to return next year.


Norman Jay in the house orman Jay, sang pemintal music legendaris tampil di Portico pada hari Minggu yang lalu dalam suguhan casual mix dan disambut oleh para pangunjung yang cukup beruntung bisa menikmati pertunjukkan ini. Jay memainkan beberapa track dari Motown ke Talking Heads dengan skilnya yang sangat mulus. Setting pasar a la Portobello didirikan di area outdoor yang memberikan kesan gaya London.

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Legendary DJ Norman Jay popped into Portico last Sunday afternoon for a casual mix and greet with a select bunch of people lucky enough to hear about the show. Jay spun an eclectic bunch of tracks from Motown to Talking Heads with seamless dexterity as the Portobello styled markets set up in the undercover outdoor area helped to give the punters a London style backdrop.

Bibliotheque Saturday 30 June

Mixology Affair

Bibliotheque brought Mr. Ken Loon on for the Mixology Affair event. Mr. Loon is the founder of Klee, the first cocktail bar in Singapore that inspires and promotes cocktail culture in the country. On the event, Ken Loon demonstrated his skill through a number of cocktail creations like Sunday Morning, Pretty Penny, Choy, and Kiwi Sour. Guests were excited to enjoy the cocktail offerings while being entertained with music from DJ Alee.

ibliotheque mengundang Mr. Ken Loon dalam sebuah event berjudul ‘Mixology Affair’ yang digelar pada tanggal 30 Juni. Mister Ken adalah pendiri Klee, cocktail bar pertama di Singapore yang memprakarsai dan menginspirasi cocktail culture disana. Dalam acara tersebut, Ken Loon menunjukkan kebolehannya dengan menyuguhkan cocktail hasil kreasinya yang khas, yaitu Sunday Morning, Pretty Penny, Choy, dan Kiwi Sour. Sambil dihibur oleh DJ Alee yang memainkan musik, para pengunjung tampak antusias menikmati sajian cocktail.

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clubs Apollo Bar & Lounge MAP O8 Alternative nightclub Bellagio Mall, UG Floor, Unit TL 01-06. Mega Kuningan. : 6221-9130.8423 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 S5 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

Flirt Bar & Lounge MAP C9 Fashion Hotel 10th Floor Jl. Gunung Sahari 12 No. 2A Jakarta Pusat : 021-649.0808

RED SQUARE MAP N3 Vodka Classic, Commercial House Plaza Senayan Arcadia unit X 105 Jl. New Delhi No.9 Pintu 1 : 021- 5790.1281

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

STADIUM MAP D6 Underground Club House, Progressive, Trance Jl. Hayam Wuruk No.111 : 021- 626.3323

PRIVE MAP N3 House fX Lifestyle X’nter f8 Jl. Jend Sudirman Pintu Satu Senayan : 021-2555 4489 IMMIGRANT MAP I7 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 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

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 Murphy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant MAP S6 Irish food and beer Kemang Raya 11a Kemang. : 021 718 3382 : 0818 833 643


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MO BAR MAP K8 Clubbing Lounge Mandarin Oriental Hotel Jalan M.H. Thamrin, PO BOX 3392, Jakarta : 021. 2993 8888

: 021 - 251 3131 ANATOLIA MAP U5 Turkish Jl. Kemang Raya no. 110A Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 719 4658

MOONLIGHT MAP K6 Jazzy Lounge Jazz Pavilion Apartment Retail Arcade Jl. KH. Mas Mansyur kav 24 : 021-5794.1731

AH YAT SEAFOOD MAP N3 Chinese Jl. Pintu Lima Kompleks Gelora Senayan Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 570 5333

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

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ARO AROY MAP L7 Casual Thai Dishes Mid Plaza 1 Floor B1 Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021-570 7600 Barley & Hops Map S-5 Cilandak Town Square Jl. TB Simatupang Kav 17 ground Floor Unit 34 Jakarta Selatan 12430 : 021-7592 0255 bibliotheque MAP N6 Restaurant & Lounge Sampoerna Strategic Sq Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav 45 -46 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 57956977 BIN 17 MAP O7 Wine House, Bar, Dining Jl. Mega Kuningan Barat IX Kav. E.4.3 No. 1 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 576 0939 BISTRO BARON MAP I6 Plaza Indonesia Extension , Level 1, Unit E 20-21 : 021-299-23505 www.bistrobaron.com BISTRO BOULEVARD MAP J9 Jl. Teuku Umar No. 1 Menteng - Jakarta Pusat : 021 3900 899

APHRODITES MAP M9 Expat resto and sports Club Rasuna Jl. H.R Rasuna Said kav c-22 : 021-527.3307

BIRDCAGE MAP Q3 A casual resto focussing on Euro comfort food. Jl. Wijaya 9/23 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 739 2430

AL NAFOURA MAP L6 Middle Eastern LE Meridien Hotel Jl. Jend Sudirman kav 18-20

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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

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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 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 HARD ROCK CAFÉ MAP I7 International Plaza Indonesia Entertainment X’nter Jl. MH Thamrin Kav 13 Unit LD 3EX-05 - Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 3199 0164


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Restaurants IMMIGRANT MAP I7 Resto-Bar-Club House Plaza Indonesia 6th Floor #E02-03 Access from new Louis Vitton lobby : 021-3983.8257/58 INDOCHINE MAP O3 Indochine & Supperclub fX lifestyle X’nter f8, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Senayan - Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 3003 0330 Jack Rabbit MAP N8 Cyber 2 Tower Jl HR Rasuna Said Blok X5 No 13 Jakarta Selatan : 021.2902 1357 JIMBARAN MAP A8 Beachside resto Pantai Karnaval Ancol Jakarta Utara : 021 - 640 1040 KADO MAP K7 Traditional Japanese Intercontinental Mid Plaza LG Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 573 2030 ext. 6703 / 4735 KOI CAFÉ & GALLERY MAP S6 International Saberro House Jl. Kemang Raya No.10aJakarta Selatan : 021-719 5707 KENANGA MAP T1 Chinese Pondok Indah Plaza 2 Blok BA 2 No.9 Jl. Metro Pondok Indah : 021 - 769 6042 KAFE PISA MAP I8 Ice Cream & Italian Jl. Gereja Theresia 1 Menteng Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 3100 151/ 3928568 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 MARIO’S PLACES MAP K8 Live performance Top 40 & Oldies Menteng Plaza Ground Floor : 021-391.7301 MINUS 2 MAP O3 The Coldest Beer In Town fX Building 2nd Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman - Pintu Satu Senayan : 021-2555.4099 Murphy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant MAP S6 Kemang Raya 11a Kemang. : 021 718 3382 : 0818 833 643 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 Otel Lobby Map M-9 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 PASTIS MAP M8 The Kuningan Suites Apartment Jl. Setiabudi Utara, Kuningan : 021- 5260 260 PAULANER MAP I7 German Brauhaus in the heart of Jakarta. Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1, : 021- 2358.3871 PORTOBELLO MAP L6 East meet West Mid Plaza 2, 1st Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 570 7774 ext 5100 PISA CAFE TEBET MAP O9 Food-Music-Sport Entertainment Jl. Tebet Raya No. 58 :021-837 83 805 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 ROLLING STONE CAFE MAP W6 Jln. Ampera 16. Kemang, Jakarta : 021 782 2828 www.rollingstonecafe.co.id SAKANA MAP K6 Japanese light meal Mid Plaza 1 Basement Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021-574 6452 SCORE! MAP X3 International and Indonesian Cilandak Town Square Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7592.0279 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 SMARAPURA MAP O10 Traditional Resto Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam II No. 43 : 021-837 02 402


Club 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 THE CAZBAR MAP O8 International Jalan Mega Kuningan Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 5764582

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

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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

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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 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 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 t: +62 21 576 4575 e: bartele@me.com w: www.bartelegallery.com BENTARA BUDAYA JAKARTA Jl.Palmerah Selatan 17 Jakarta 10270 : 021 - 5483008, 5490666 ext.7910 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: bartele@me.com w: www.bartelegallery.com 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 LINDA GALLERY Jl. Kemang Raya No. 46 Jakarta : 021 – 719 0888 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: info@ruangrupa.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

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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.

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.

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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.


SHOP 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

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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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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 Pacific Place MAP O-5 High-end brands Sudirman Central Business District, South Jakarta

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


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HydroView

HydroView is a remote operated underwater vehicle with a high definition video camera and LED lights that employs motion control technology. See the underwater world through live video, capture still shots, upload recorded images to social media sites, and navigate through the water using your iPad, iPhone, Android phone or laptop. HydroView is a fun, safe way to view fish, scope out dive locations, look for underwater relics or find possessions that fell off a dock or a boat. The HydroView is also a must-have tool for boaters to inspect the bottom of the boat, check on anchor setting or mooring, and evaluate underwater environments that may damage your watercraft. www.aquabotix.com $3995.00

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The Natural Acoustics iPhone Amplifier

This is the passive ceramic amplifier made in Italy that produces naturally resonant tones from an iPhone. Designed in Milan, it is handcrafted entirely of slip-cast ceramic fired in Vincenza, renowned since the 18th century for its traditional ceramics that have been compared to the finest Chinese porcelain. The clay itself comes from the Tuscan comune of Montelupo Fiorentino, a prominent center of ceramics production during the Renaissance, its products reaching as far as the first European settlements in Central America. Replicating the curvature and passive amplification of a horn, the amplifier augments sound from an iPhone without requiring auxiliary power or speaker components. The amplifier projects music or phone calls using authentic horn acoustics; simply place an iPhone or iPod in the amplifier’s cradle. Its walnut base provides minimum contact with the horn for optimal acoustic performance. www.hammacher.com $499.95

Canon imageFORMULA P-215 Scan-tini Personal Document Scanner

The imageFORMULA P-215 Scan-tini personal document scanner is an ideal solution for both Windows and Mac environments. Complete with built-in card scanning capability, the P-215 scanner’s compact size, simple use, and high-quality imaging bring sophistication to mobile and portable information capture, storage, and collaboration. Soft Carrying Case for P-215 is included. www.amazon.com $276.90

Kelvin.23 - Multi-tool for modern types

Kelvin 23 is the world’s first multi functional tool specifically designed for the urban home. From flat packed furniture to shelving and pictures, this space saving screwdriver is ideal for finishing all those little jobs around the house. The Kelvin 23 also has a spirit level, LED light, magnet to hold loose screws, hammer, tape measure and 16 screwdriver bits. The screwdriver itself can lock at either a 180 or 90 degree angle for ease of use. Like having an entire toolbox in the palm of your hand (without the random Lego piece, biscuit crumbs and drill bits from an unknown drill). If you are looking for a no-fuss tool set that can just be popped in a drawer or car then the Kelvin 23 is ideal. Perfect for a Father’s Day gifts or a blatant hint to get those pesky jobs finished, this handy pocket tool is revolutionary. www.firebox.com £22.99


The Stem innovation iZON Remote Room Monitor is a WiFi based camera that has been designed to work specifically with iOS devices. Sharing is caring, or so they say. But just try telling that to the room-mate whose last beer is missing, or the work-mate who can’t find her specially prepared, organic, vegan lunch, and did the teacher ever really believe that the dog ate your homework? Even if you’re lucky (or foolish) enough to trust everyone completely, sometimes it’s nice to be able to keep your eyes on things from afar. The idea is to place the iZON camera in a desired location and then view it remotely using your iPhone or iPad. www.firebox.com £99.95

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This waterproof MP3 player lets you listen to your favorite music while you swim. Easily clip the player to your goggles to stay streamlined. Use the high speed USB 2.0 cable to transfer up to 4 GB of digital MP3/WMA files to the player. The ergonomic soft silicon material is waterproof, keeping your equipment secure. Ear-hanger type headphones are included for professional use. In addition we have added additional PWPE10W Waterproof Marine headphone earbuds. These Pyle Waterproof headphones feature an ultra-slim design, and fit securely into any ear. They work great with your iPod, iPhone, Zune, Sansa, or any other MP3 player or Cell Phone with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Use these with your waterproof media player for the ultimate maritime audio experience. www.amazon.com $59.99

These are the motorized electric roller skates that propel a wearer at up to 8 mph. Riders up to 180 lbs. simply strap the skates on over their shoes, held securely in place by dual fasteners similar to those on ski boots. Each skate has an 80-watt motor integrated into its rugged fiber-reinforced nylon frame that powers its smooth-rolling 6”-diameter rubber tires. A handheld wireless remote control throttles both skates simultaneously up to 8 mph; gentle stops are achieved by pulling the switch back--engaging the skates’ electronic brakes--or by dragging the heel stopper. Each skate has a removable lithium-ion battery that provides up to 40 minutes of continuous power (5-6 mile range) ideal for travel across a school campus, to a local cafe, or while roaming a neighborhood festival. Batteries recharge in five hours using the included AC adapter. www.hammacher.com $699.95

Say goodbye to mosquitoes or other harmful insects by safely and elegantly eliminating them without the use of harmful sprays, chemicals or even propane gas. InaTrap’s patented Electronic Insect Killer, Winner of 2012’s Taiwan Excellence Award, not only exudes style and elegance, but also utilizes state-of-the-art technology to attract and remove those unbearable disease-carrying insects. You can eliminate mosquitos and other insects in a lot of ways, but only the InaTrap Electronic Insect Killer will do it effectively, safely and in style. www. maxborgesagency.com $89.95

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Coco Hotel in Tanah Lot, Tabanan claims direct access to the more spiritual side of Bali. It’s a good place to stay for those who look for a more laid back yet lofty holiday experience in the Island of the Gods.

Coco Hotel Tabanan

Kawasan Wisata Pura Tanah Lot, Tabanan, Bali Tel: 62 361 819958 Fax: 62 361 814 793 Email: cocohoteloprmgr@ cocogroupbali.com www.cocogroupbali.com

Location

Being located just a short walk from the famous Tanah Lot temple Coco Hotel offers a glimpse of the side of Bali that can’t be found in the livelier spots like Seminyak and Kuta. The Tanah Lot district may be short on bars or worldly entertainment but the destination more than makes it up with plenty of breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage within the Tabanan regency.

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Coco Hotel is a simple 10-room lodging that makes the most of its natural surroundings. The layout is reminiscent of an old Balinese bed and breakfast with elements of current architectural style added to provide a modern and clean feeling about the resort.

Atmosphere

Green and amiable; despite being located just a few meters from the main access road to Tanah Lot temple Coco Hotel is very quiet. With only 10

rooms situated in two parallel rows inside a 2500 meter squared compound, occupants will not feel completely isolated from the surroundings. Guests also don’t have to walk too far to the main entrance, swimming pool and restaurant.

Features

Coco Hotel is equipped with one swimming pool for adults and one for children. The rooms boast 5-star hotel amenities, including open air showers for deluxe rooms. The restaurant at the lobby is opens 24 hours and serves international and local dishes. Butler assistance and spa services are available for in-room request. Coco Hotel also is situated right next to the beautiful Bali Nirwana Golf and Country Club. Lastly, the fact that Coco hotel is situated inside the gated Tanah Lot tourism complex provides added security to guests.

Prices

Deluxe room IDR 138k nett Superior room IDR 115k nett


Summer is the time to be in Bali especially when the SPF (Sip. Play. Flirt.) 2012 music festival comes to W Retreat and Spa in Seminyak, from July 18-21. SPF 2912 is a major musical event that involves scores of international DJs performing all genres of music from all corners of the globe at sunset and in the evenings. The festival will peak on July 21 with the WET Deck pool party that will see all 12 DJs performing from 3pm until the W Bali’s signature fireworks and light show closes the party at 10pm. Headliners for the SPF 2012 event on July 21 include Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation and Jason Bentley, Music Director of KCRW Radio (Los Angeles).

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Bali to open a cartoon museum Plans to open a cartoon museum honouring the art and humour of local cartoonists was confirmed by Govenor Pastika. “It is very good to see the chronological history of our people in a humorous yet smart way through a cartoon museum,” said Pastika at the event, Drawing Cartoon Faces Bali Mandara at Denpasar’s Cultural Park. The Bali Chairman of the United Indonesian Cartoonist Society (Pakarti), Ida Bagus Matinaya, said caricature art in Bali has developed since 1981. “We have many meaningful and educated works,” he said. “Cartoon art is special and paradoxical since the artwork can either make people happy or sad. Every developing country uses cartoons to explain its social phenomenon.” He also pointed out that ethics must exist as in journalism. The cartoonist should not insult other tribes, religions or races and insults against people with disabilities are not acceptable.The Deputy Chariman of Partika, Made Gede Parama Artha, added that the museum could attract many tourists and both old and new works could be displayed. [From The Beat Daily]

Ubud Readers & Writers Festival has announced the confirmation of John Pilger to the festival’s main program. The Australian journalist who is based in London has won Britain’s Journalist of the Year Award twice and has won Sydney’s Peace Prize in 2009. A frequent critic of US and British foreign policy his seminal documentaries include Year Zero: the Silent Death Of Cambodia, Death of a Nation; the Timor Conspiracy, Inside Burma: Land of Fear and Breaking the Silence: Truth and Lies in the War on Terror. The Ubud Readers & Writers Festival will be on October 3-7. www.ubudwritersfestival.com

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The Stones Jl. Raya Pantai Kuta Ph. +62 361 766 100 www.thestones-kuta.com

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ulip’s first anniversary was a fine celebration of great Turkish cuisine from the classy Petitenget establishment. An acoustic combo opened the evening’s festivities with some very entertaining tunes. The highlight of the evening, however, was a charming interplay between the DJ and a guest clarinet player.



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