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DJ Martin East Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 6.30pm

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38 You’re in the thick of it now so don’t even think about turning back. There’ll be plenty of time to sleep in the next wet season...

14 The Scoop 18 What’s On 38 HereNow Daniel Baily Jaziah DJ Romy Armada Dave Seaman DJ Stan John From Paris – Heretik

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With Ku De Ta’s 10th birthday bash all done and dusted, The Brand New Heavies are off on their travels again. We grabbed a few words with guitarist Andrew Levi after the show...

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Funpics Food Review: Papa’s Meal Deal: Delicioso


92 It’s not just the staff that are warm down at Papa’s. Tosca gets a serving of grand appreciation.

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t seems the poles of difference between Kuta and Seminyak are forever growing wider apart. A quick look down at Kuta last week on a typical Wednesday night confirmed that Kuta is looking more like the Wild West every day. Between the road works, the dust and the mayhem, the central Jalan Legian/Poppies Two zone of Kuta has reached new levels of decadence and debauchery, but the punters at night, mostly young and mostly inebriated, appear to be loving every minute. As half of the establishments there have the look of decaying into ruins before they’re even finished, the people still flock in by the thousand. Meanwhile, the über stylish and maybe sometimes pretentious Seminyak has been riding on a wave of development bringing with it a plethora of chic venues that are attracting an even chic-er crowd. There will always be the Kuta and the Seminyak crowd on this island, one styled in Bintang t-shirts, the other in Dsquared runners and the likelihood of them mixing becomes even more and more remote. There was a time when new Kuta bar owners would say they want to bring up the level, they wanted to make more classy venues, but you don’t hear that anymore, it seems they have accepted their fate and the sweet sound of a ringing cash register, one Bintang at a time, is ruling the immediate future. Cheap flights to Bali are bringing thousands of limited budget punters every week and at some stage you get the feeling they will have to fence off central Kuta and let them have it. Fair enough, Kuta has always been that way and we loved having the option of having a pumping, grinding night out in sin city but personally I think it’s now going too far. Bring back a more stylish Kuta before it’s too late. Letter Hello Mr Rugdee, Your forecast in The Beat Magazine is really on the spot. I just wanted to compliment you on that, that is all. Yours, Emile (me too, he is so on it over the last few editions.Ed)

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theSCOOP Oakley Pro Junior 2010

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Putra Hermawan became the winner of the Oakley Pro Junior 2010 after posting the highest wave score on August 2nd at Canggu Beach. Hermawan and runner up Frimanto are now the number one and two ranked surfers in the Coca-Cola ISC Pro Junior Division (surfers under 21 years of age). For their top finishes and their already accumulated points in the ISC Pro Junior Division, both will receive entry into the coveted ASP sanctioned Oakley World Pro Junior Championships to be held at Keramas from October 2nd-13th. The Oakley World Pro Junior boasts the richest prize purse in Pro Junior event history, with the winner taking home a whopping USD 20,000. In addition, Hermawan takes home an Rp8 million (USD $900) cash prize, with Frimanto scooping Rp 5 million (USD $560). Equal third place finishers Gazali Hamzah (Sumbawa) and Darmaputra Tonjo (Bali) each received Rp 3 million (USD $340). For more info on the comp or Oakley products, visit www.oakley.com

Bring your Break On Think you’re the next best thing to hit the dance floor since Michael Jackson and his iconic moonwalk? Then why not prove your break dancing skills in a B-Boy 2-on-2 Competition? Over the 21st and 22nd of August the comp will be held at GOR Melati Ngurah Rai in Denpasar, putting competitors in the running for an 800K cash prize for the best break dancing duo. Apart from the B-Boy battle there will also be a Cheerleader competition with another cash prize up for grabs for the participants. Interested in getting your moves noticed? Contact Satria Ecko at 081933109920 for registration info or to find out more about the event.

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Newer and better things always come in summer and on the 19th of August Boshe VVIP Club held its Soft Opening event giving clubbers who’ve been searching for a new hangout spot a glimpse of what it has to offer. Located at the busy main road of Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai no. 89x, Boshe’s soft opening party event featured a great line up of performances including Boshe’s Super Sexy Candy Girls, Star Seven Live Band, special guest DJ Juno Fabiano and its main event, Indonesian Pop band Ungu. The new super club also features 26 karaoke rooms, a lounge and restaurant serving international cuisine. For more information or reservations call: 3603980


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theSCOOP Tour d’Indonesie 2010 A battle of strength, endurance and determination will cause international cyclists to converge in Indonesia to participate in the the Tour d’Indonesie. Once again Telkom Speedy will sponsor one the nation’s biggest cycling events for the third time, spanning two islands, 9 stages for a distance of 1,172Km. Compared to last year’s race, the distance has been shortened to enhance the safety of riders through the heavily traveled roads of Java and Bali. The race is set to begin in Jakarta on the 24th of October and finish in Bali several days later on the 4th of November. With a cash prize of US$100,000 up for grabs, it’s hoped that more international participants will take part in the competition.

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One of Bali’s largest cultural celebrations is set to shock all you culture vultures headed to the island. Since 2002 the Nusa Dua Festival has been a community celebration involving all of the Nusa Dua area’s businesses located within the BTDC Complex. The theme adopted for this year’s festival is Segera Lelanguag (Ocean Journey) as depicted in the Hindu epic Mahabrata. Officially opening on August 23rd, festivities will begin with a colossal Peed Agung parade involving over 1,000 people in traditional Balinese dress and a mass gamelan orchestra. During the following week a wide range of performances which include drama, dance, and music as well as exhibitions of the rich range of visual arts of the island, will be featured at a number of stage areas throughout the Nusa Dua Complex.

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Green School, Suku-suku Tatau and MepantiganBali present an integrated, multi-sensory performance featuring the Balinese muddy martial arts of Mepantigan and a body suspension display that will be held during the full moon on the 24th of August. Apart from the Mepantigan and body performance, the spiritual art performance will also feature a contemporary dance performance by Nyoman Sura plus a painter and body art exhibition by Welldo Wnopringgo. There are only a limited number of tickets available for the performance that will set you back Rp250K, which includes a welcome drink and organic dinner plus access to all performances. Reserve your tickets early before they run out. For reservation or more information, call: 0818551839 (Patrizia ) or email pitzimudita@hotmail.com.


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

Friday August 20th

MAINSTAGE Bahiana Top 40’s Night

Top 40’s & all round feat Vertical Band. DJ’s Iwan Blow & Jonas ‘G’. From 11pm.

Deja’vu House Essentials

Spinning on the decks DJ Adam Cooper (UK). Starts 11pm.

Double Six UK Club Night

Spinning on the decks DJ Daniel Baily (UK). Resident DJs Fadi (Swe), Helmy, Art, MC Beno. Starts 11pm.

Hu’u GirlsLoveDJs

An event not to be missed! Party all night with DJs Jaziah, Tom Caron, Rubix, Kevin K & Rogor from Holland. Starts 10pm.

Hard Rock Cafe Live On Stage

BroadBand plays top 40 hits, DJs Renny & Doni. From 8.30pm.

Heaven’s Club

Sexy dancers feat. resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

Ozigo Ubud Ladies’ Night

Free selected cocktails for ladies in the house from 10pm - 12am with Batara Band, DJ Goez & DJ Ferry.

Rock Bar

The stage is the cliff’s edge, the surround sound is the ocean waves, the backdrop the horizon and the beats are direct from the decks with DJ Martin East. Starts 6:30pm.

Sector Sunset Breeze

Feel a new experience with us feat. DJ Daydee. Starts 6pm.

The Grotto Jam Session Starts 8.30pm.

The Gallery Lounge

Resident DJs Deddy, Indra VJ Yuni & Exotic dancers. Starts 11pm.

The Village Light Jazz Piano Light jazz piano feat. Astrid Sulaiman & Friends. From 7.30pm.

Syndicate Pump It Up

SOS Sound Propagate We Love Techno

Appreciation of music & Fashion feat Fashion teatre by APPMI, DJ Daniel Suwenda, Discotionpill. From 10pm.

Art Cafe Indie Art

Indie Art by indie band playing original songs. Starts 8pm.

Blue Eyes M.I.L.F

Resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band. From 10pm.

Eikon Guerrila Radio

Resident DJs Alfan & Manda.

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JP’s Warung Kelimutu The new band for groovy Jazz & Funk with Lisa and her band. From 9.30pm.

Maya Sayang Rest Live jazz music. Starts 7pm.

Musro Ultimate Party Parade Cabaret show, live band performance, resident DJ & Fever sexy dancers. Starts 9.30pm.

Oceans 27 Rhythmix

Explore your musical fantasy with live band & Oceans 27’s chart; soulful & club lounge music played by live sunset DJs Sendy & Fajar.

A fashion show night by Tru Boutiq. Resident DJs Jerry & C’Bee.

Vi Ai Pi

Resident DJ’s Leppo & Nday, Live Performance by Assassin Band, Aerial show for Acrobatic. Starts 9pm.


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Saturday August 21st

MAINSTAGE Blue Eyes

The Kingdom of Blue

DJ Romy (1945MF). Resident DJs Anggie, Danzdy, Dede. Ocean Blue Band. Free entry for ladies ‘til 12am.

Hu’u Saturday Disquire

Featuring Dragonfly DJ’s Aay, Joyo & Hizkia From 10pm.

Hard Rock Hotel Rockin’ Paradise

Siluet Band plays top 40 hits & classic rock at Centerstage. From 8.30pm.

Heaven’s Club

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung New Energy

Powerful hard & classic rock with passionate Marina and her guys. Starts 9.30pm.

Musro Bootylicious

Rock Bar

The stage is the cliff’s edge, the surround sound is the ocean waves, the backdrop the horizon and the beats are direct from the decks with DJ Martin East. Starts 6:30pm.

Syndicate Pump It Up

A fashion stylist night. Supported by DJs Jerry, C’Bee & Syndicate Ladies.

The Gallery Lounge

Resident DJs Deddy, Indra VJ Yuni & exotic dancers. Starts 11pm.

Cabaret show, live band performance, resident DJ & Fever dancers. Starts 9.30pm.

Kama Sutra Madam Butterfly DJ Woody, Major Seven International band, Bebe dancers. Starts 10pm.

Ku De Ta White Party

Present Cleopatra Queen of the Nile feat Dave Seaman (UK), BTK (Aus). Dress Code: Walk like an Egyptian. Starts 7pm-4am.

The Stones The 7th Annual Surf Time Awards

Screening movie ‘Castle in the Sky’ by Taylor Steele, Fashion Show, Surf & Skate Awards Ceremony, Live DJ By Adam Bennets. Starts 8pm.

Bounty Pirates Night

DJs Double Gee, Arief, Denny & David. Starts 9pm.

Facebar Facebarlicious

Music powered by ‘Duo Brondong’ DJs Donie & Teddy and special guest DJ. Starts 11pm.

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Oceans 27

Soundeck Madness

Just dance & feel soulful club lounge music with live band & Oceans 27’S Chart played by live sunset DJs Sendy & Fajar.

Vi Ai Pi

Exclusive set by guest DJ Reynald (Indiana 27,Jkt), Live band by Thunder, Resident DJ’s Leppo, Nday, VJ Karma B. Starts 10pm.


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Sunday

Monday

August 22nd

August 23rd

Blue Eyes Sundance

Art Cafe

Zio and Co. live acoustic

Hip Hop Party Feat DJ Cebee. Hosted by Bali Hip Hop Community. Resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy.

Come and try our specials prepared by Chef Julian Marley. Starts 8pm.

Bounty Ladies’ Night

Blue Eyes Monday Class

Resident DJs Indra K & Getty. From 10pm.

DJ Wahyu (InnerSound Bali), Resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band.Starts 10pm.

Double Six Stereo Sunday

Deja’vu Monday Madness

Deja’vu Slacken Sunday

Some of the best DJs @ Double Six, Helmy & Dede.

Eikon

Resident DJs Alfan & Manda.

Hard Rock Hotel

Canopy band at one of the coolest live rock venues in Bali Centerstage. From 8.15pm.

Heaven’s Club

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

Kama Sutra Sound Day

Free entry, entertainment by Home Band and DJ Wilson (Wilmix). Starts 10pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show & resident DJ. Starts 9.30pm

Oceans 27 Easy Soundaze

Explore your musical fantasies with Oceans 27’s chart; soulful & club lounge music played by live sunset DJ’s with Sendy & Fajar.

Resident DJs Lanang and Wilson. From 9pm.

Double Six

Some of Bali’s best DJs @ Double Six, Helmy & Dede.

Eikon

Resident DJs Alfan & Manda.

Hard Rock Hotel

Rhythm & Booze

Hard Rock models feat Famous Stars & Straps fashion show. Siluet band at Centerstage. From 8.15pm.

Heaven’s Club

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung Canopy

Exceptional English & Indonesian pop/rock! From 9-12pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show and resident DJ. From 9.30pm.

Oceans 27 Ace Day

Bring your groove to the sandy dance floor & feel the energy of the beats played by DJs Sendy & Fajar

Ozigo Ubud

Live music by Rasta Kids Band, DJ Goez & DJ Ferry. From 10pm.

Ryoshi Seminyak

Live jazz with Rio Jazz Quartet. From 9pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Live Band by Immortal with Top 40 music. Resident DJ’s Leppo & Nday.

Tuesday August 24th

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Ozigo Ubud

Live music by Kawitana Band, DJ Goez & DJ Ferry. From 10pm.

Rock Bar

The stage is the cliff’s edge, the surround sound is the ocean’s waves, the backdrop the horizon and the beats are direct from the decks with DJ Martin East. Starts 6:30pm.

Syndicate Chill Out

Resident DJs Jerry & C’Bee. Starts at 10pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Solidev band live performance, Resident DJ’s Karma & Nday.

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Designs by Heri Dejong with an Extravaganza theme. DJ Woody, Major Seven International band, Bebe dancers. Starts 10pm. Continued Next Page >>


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Tuesday

Musro Naughty All Nite

Syndicate

Cabaret show and resident DJ. From 9.30pm.

Resident DJs Jerry and C’Bee turn the night up with their mix.

Continued

Nero Jazzy Tone

The Grotto Jam Session

88 Bali 88eautiful Tuesday

Dinner with live acoustic jazz from Nuevo band. Starts 8pm.

August 24th Resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty. Jakarta models on the sofa. Starts 11pm.

Deja’vu Terrific Tuesday

Resident DJs Ifin & Fhie. From 10pm.

Blue Eyes Blast From The Past

Oceans 27 Aero Ladies Live sunset DJ with the 80’s and 90’s soul funk, chill out & soulful music by DJ Sendy & DJ Fajar.

Ozigo Ubud Live music by Deep n High Band, DJ Goez & DJ Ferry. From 10pm.

Starts 8.30pm.

The Village Light Jazz Piano Light jazz piano feat. Astrid Sulaiman & Friends. From 7.30pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Second Soul Band live performance. Resident DJ’s Leppo & Karma. Second Soul Band live performance. Starts 10pm.

Resident DJs Anggie & Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band. Starts 10pm.

Double Six

Some of the best DJs @ Double Six, Fadi, Art & Helmy.

Eikon Ladies Night

Resident DJs Alfan & Manda.

Hard Rock Hotel Rockin’ Paradise

Siluet Band plays top 40 hits & classic rock at Centerstage. From 8.30pm.

Heaven’s Club

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung Lio Koustyx Salsa, Latin, Mediterranean - let’s dance! From 9-12pm.

Maccaroni Maccaroni cabaret show, live music, resident DJs Erny, Chandra & Rommy. Starts 9pm.

Kama Sutra Flying Without Wings

DJ Lanang, Acoustic: The Wings. DJ Woody, Major Seven International band, Bebe dancers. Starts 10pm.

88 Bali 88ikini on the Club

Resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty. Bikini babes by Jakarta top Models Starts 11pm.

Maya Sayang Rest Live Jazz Music Starts 7pm.

Wednesday August 25th

MAINSTAGE Eikon

Special Guest DJ Adam Bennetts. Resident DJs Alfan & Manda.

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Wednesday August 25th Continued

MAINSTAGE Sector The Impressionist Jazz Contemporary Concert

Sector Regular Program Wednesday Jazz feat Koko Harsoe Trio. Starts 7-11pm.

Art Cafe

Catch ‘Kacir Dunia Ketiga’s’

Free interpretation of music from a wide variety of genres. From 8pm.

Bahiana Gado-Gado Night (Disco 80-90’s, rock’n’roll, reggae, house). Feat. Los Poloz Band, DJs Iwan Blow & Jonaz ‘G’. Starts 10pm.

Ozigo Ubud Ladies Night

Free selected cocktails for ladies in the house from 10pm to midnight with Kawitana Band & DJ Goez.

SOS Groovy Sunset

Live Band perform with Carlton J Smith starting from 5.30pm. Starts 10pm.

Blue Eyes Traffic Lights

Battlefield 7 DJs Collaboration (Pioneer Pro DJ School). Resident DJs Anggie & Dede. Ocean Blue Band. Starts 10pm.

Deja‘vu Wednesday Flirty Foxy

Ladies’ Party Night with DJ Anastasia & Indra K. Starts 10pm.

Double Six Underground Paradise

Some of the best DJs @ Double Six, Art & Dede.

Hard Rock Hotel

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Siluet Band, sparkling body grinders, dance show and bar dancers at Centerstage. 8.30pm.

Syndicate Mysteree Flava.

Discover an extraordinary Wednesday night with Syndicate’s Signatures feat. resident DJs Jerry, C’Bee and hosted by Syndicate Ladies.

Vi Ai Pi

Live Performance by Sky Line Band. Resident DJ’s Leppo & Karma.

Thursday August 26th Do88 Bali 88oogie Dizco

Back to the 80’s & 90’s feat. resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty plus legend DJs from 11pm.

Blue Eyes Wild Orchid

NYPD Sexy Dancer, Resident DJs Anggie, Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band. Starts 10pm.

Bounty Snow on the Boat

DJs Double Gee, Arief, Denny & David. Starts 9pm.

Eikon Bikini Show

DJs Alfan & Manda. A bikini fashion show with international models by 69 Slam, lots of giveaways.

Hard Rock Cafe Live On Stage

BroadBand plays Top 40 hits, DJ Renny. From 8.30pm.

Hard Rock Hotel Rockin’ Paradise

Siluet Band plays Top 40 hits & classic rock at Centerstage. From 8.30pm.

Heaven’s Club

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung Capsoul

Performance at its best, pop top fifty. From 9-12pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show, band performance & resident DJ. Starts at 9.30pm.

Oceans 27 R&B Beach

Feel the energy from our live sunset DJ with R&B grooves played by DJs Sendy & Fajar.

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Thrusday

Bahiana

T.G.I.F (Thank God It’s Friday)

August 26th Continued

Fashion & Models Party feat Fashion Show by 7 Management. DJs Nolly, Iwan Blow & Jonaz ‘G’.

Heaven’s Club

Blue Eyes Live in Concert

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung Khatulistiwa

Ethnic fusion performed by five crazy guys in their very own way. From 9pm.

Armada band live in concert. Resident DJs Anggie, Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band. Starts 10pm. See HereNow.

Hu’u Best Besties Summer

With sounds all night long from the best 76 Beat DJ’s Stan, L’nang, Kent Kryptonite, Ifin & MC Double K with VJ Flashmate. Starts 10pm.

SOS Heretik

Spinning on the decks DJ John (Heretik). From 10pm.

Maccaroni

Maccaroni aerial silk dance, live music with resident DJ’s Erny, Rommy & Chandra. Starts 9pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show, band performance & resident DJ. Starts from 9.30pm.

Nero 80’s Retro Night

Watch your favourite rock videos on our giant screen. Starts 7.30pm.

Oceans 27 Beat d’House

Everybody has the chance to show their moves and rock the house to the rhythm of the beat played by DJ Sendy & DJ Fajar.

Sector Thursday Night Salsa Fever

DJ Le Poo, El Savadore Band, Hosted by Nia, Beta, Franky, Ricky, Anton. Starts 7.30-11pm.

Syndicate Nasty Freak

Resident DJs Jerry and C’Bee will make your night nasty with their freak-quency. Hosted by Syndicate Ladies.

Harry Juku DJ Dexstar

Presents DJ Dexstar Rocking It With Funky Afro Tech House, Richie On Djembe Drums. Starts 10pm

Kama Sutra A SoundSations

Sandy Sandoro. DJ Woody, Bebe dancers. Starts 10pm. See HereNow.

Art Cafe Indie Art

Indie Art by indie band playing original songs. Starts 8pm.

Bounty Foam Party

DJs Double Gee, Arief, Denny & David. Starts 9pm.

Eikon Guerrila Radio

DJs Alfan & Manda.

Vi Ai Pi

Live band by Thunder. Resident DJ’s Nday for R n B, Karma for House. Acrobat Show by sunny serano.

Friday August 27th

MAINSTAGE

Bacio 4th Anniversary

Hollywood Minstrel, Black & White party feat DJ Chris Bekker (Germany), Eqb”Bop Models, One One Fashion (Show), Dancers, Stiltwalkers. Starts 11pm.

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Friday

Saturday

August 27th

August 28th

Continued

Hard Rock Cafe Live On Stage

MAINSTAGE

BroadBand plays Top 40 hits, DJ Renny. From 8.30pm.

Heaven’s Club

Sexy Dancers feat. resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung Kelimutu

The new band for groovy Jazz & funk. Check out the live action. From 9.30pm.

Maccaroni Live music with resident DJs Erny, Rommy & Chandra.

Musro Ultimate Party Parade Cabaret show, live band performance, resident DJ & Fever sexy dancers. Starts 9.30pm.

Blue Eyes Tranceland

Explore your musical fantasy with live band & Oceans 27’S Chart; soulful & club lounge music played by live sunset DJs Sendy & Fajar.

Launching of Fair Ground feat Thrillseekers (World’s #57 DJ). Lingerie dancers & resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band. From 10pm. See HereNow.

Ozigo Ubud Ladies Night

Double Six Madness

Oceans 27 Rhythmix

Free selected cocktails for ladies in the house from 10pm - 12am with Batara Band, DJ Goez & DJ Ferry.

DJ Chris Bekker on the deck & resident DJs @ Double Six, Helmy & Dede. See HereNow.

Vi Ai Pi Closing Set Party

DJs Reynald ( Indiana 27,Jkt) & Stan (Trigger). Fashion Show, Live Band by Thunder, Resident DJ’s Nday & Leppo.VJ Karma B, Bar Flair show.

88 Bali Satur88ance Climaxxx

Feat. collaboration between DJs & celebrities, also resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty. Starts 11pm.

The Grotto Jam Session Starts 8.30pm.

Rock Bar

The stage is the cliff’s edge, the surround sound is the ocean waves, the backdrop the horizon and the beats are direct from the decks with DJ Martin East. Starts 6:30pm.

Sector Friday Sunset Breeze DJ Daydee. From 6-11pm.

Syndicate Pump It Up

A fashion show night by Pinky Beta. Resident DJs Jerry & C’Bee.

The Gallery Lounge

Resident DJs Deddy, Indra VJ Yuni & Exotic dancers. Starts 11pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Assasin Band live performance. Guest DJ Reynald (Indiana 27,Jkt) Resident DJ’s Nday & Leppo, Karma. Fantastic Aerial show.

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Hu’u Soulution

A night full of soulful sounds by our resident DJ’s Yu Yu & Krisna, featuring a live musician improvising on the beats! Starts 10pm.

Hard Rock Cafe Live On Stage

BroadBand plays top 40 hits, DJ Renny. From 8.30pm.

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Saturday

Double Six Stereo Sunday Eikon

Hard Rock Hotel

Live music by Kawitana Band, DJ Goez & DJ Ferry. From 10pm.

Heaven’s Club

The stage is the cliff’s edge, the surround sound is the ocean waves, the backdrop the horizon and the beats are direct from the decks with DJ Martin East. Starts 6:30pm.

August 28th Hard Rock Hotel

Resident DJs Alfan & Manda. Starts 11pm.

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Rockin’ Paradise

Siluet Band plays top 40 hits & classic rock at Centerstage. From 8.30pm.

JP’s Warung New Energy

Powerful, hard & classic rock with passionate Marina and her guys. Starts 9.30pm.

Musro Bootylicious

Cabaret show, live band performance, resident DJ & Fever dancers. Starts 9.30pm

Nero Jazzy Tone

Dinner with live acoustic jazz from Nuevo band. Starts 8pm.

Oceans 27

Soundeck Madness

Just dance & feel soulful; club lounge music with live band & Oceans 27’s Chart played by live sunset DJs Sendy & Fajar.

Rock Bar

The stage is the cliff’s edge, the surround sound is the ocean waves, the backdrop the horizon and the beats are direct from the decks with DJ Martin East. Starts 6:30pm.

The Village Light Jazz Piano

Light jazz piano feat. Astrid Sulaiman & Friends. From 7.30pm.

The Gallery Lounge

Resident DJs Deddy, Indra VJ Yuni & Exotic dancers. Starts 11pm.

Oceans 27 Easy Soundaze

Explore your music fantasies with Oceans 27’s chart: soulful & club lounge music played by live sunset DJs Sendy & Fajar.

Some of the very best DJs @ Double Six, Helmy & Dede.

Canopy band at one of the coolest live rock venues in Bali Centerstage. From 8.15pm. Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

Kama Sutra Sound Day

Free entry, entertainment by Home Band and DJ Wilson (Wilmix). Starts 10pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show and resident DJ. From 9.30pm.

Maccaroni Live music with resident DJs Erny, Rommy & Chandra.

Ozigo Ubud Rock Bar

SOS Sunday Delight

Our resident Kelimutu band will play the hottest selection of chill out tunes from soul and funk to R&B.

Syndicate Chill Out

Resident DJs Jerry & C’Bee with their mix of music.

Vi Ai Pi

Sunset Sunday with Solidave Band, Resident DJ’s Karma & Nday.

Monday August 30th 88 Bali 88 University

Campus Night feat. resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty. Also campus DJ, campus sexy dancers. Starts 11pm.

Blue Eyes Monday Class

DJ Nasta (InnerSound Bali) Resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band.

Eikon

Resident DJs Alfan & Manda.

Hard Rock Hotel

Rhythm & Booze

Hard Rock models feat Famous Stars & Straps fashion show. Siluet band at Centerstage. From 8.15pm.

Heaven’s Club

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

Sunday August 29th Blue Eyes Sundance

Feat Symphony Of Silent, Last Emotion, The Immaculate. Resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy.

Deja’vu Slacken Sunday

Resident DJs Indra K & Getty. From 10pm.

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Monday August 30th Continued

Heaven’s Club

Oceans 27 Aero Ladies

JP’s Warung Lio Koustyx

Live sunset DJ with the 80’s and 90’s soul funk, chill out & soulful music by DJ Sendy & DJ Fajar.

Nero Jazzy Tone

Resident DJs Jerry and C’Bee will turn the night up with their mix.

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

JP’s Warung Canopy

Salsa, Latin, Mediterranean, let’s dance! From 9-12pm.

Maccaroni

Dinner with live acoustic jazz from Nuevo band. Starts 8pm.

Live music with resident DJs Erny, Rommy & Chandra.

Maccaroni

Exceptional English & Indonesian pop/rock! From 9-12pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show and resident DJ. From 9.30pm.

Oceans 27 Ace Day

Bring your groove to the sandy dance floor & feel the energy of the beats played by DJs Sendy & Fajar

Maccaroni cabaret show, live music, resident DJs Erny, Chandra & Rommy. Starts 9pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Syndicate

The Grotto Jam Session Starts 8.30pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Second Soul Band live performance, Resident DJ’s Leppo & Karma.

Cabaret show and resident DJ. From 9.30pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Live Band by Immortal with Top 40 music, Resident DJ’s Leppo & Nday.

Tuesday August 31st

MAINSTAGE

Eikon Wild West Party

Cowboys & Indians theme. Special Bongo performance. Freeflow on selected cocktails. Resident DJs Alfan & Manda. Starts 10pm.

88 Bali 88eautiful Tuesday

Resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty. Jakarta models on sofa. Starts 11pm.

Blue Eyes

Blast From The Past

Resident DJs Anggie & Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band.

Double Six

Some of the best DJs @ Double Six, Fadi, Art & Helmy.

Hard Rock Cafe Live On Stage

Wednesday September 1st

MAINSTAGE Bahiana Fun Salsa Party Gathering

Enjoy salsa...dancing till drop. Free salsa workshop by Reyno.

88 Bali 88ikini on the Club

BroadBand plays top 40 hits, DJ Renny. From 8.30pm.

Resident DJs Vai, Danny B & Getty. Bikini babes by Jakarta top models. Starts 11pm.

Hard Rock Hotel

Art Cafe

Rockin’ Paradise

Siluet Band plays top 40 hits & classic rock at Centerstage. From 8.30pm.

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Free interpretation of music from a wide variety of genres. From 8pm.

Blue Eyes Traffic

Resident DJs Anggie & Dede, Danzdy. Ocean Blue Band.

Deja’vu Flirty Foxy

(Ladies’ Nite Party) resident DJs Anastasia & Indra K, special guest DJ & 50% off all night long on selected cocktails for ladies only.

Double Six Underground Paradise

Some of the best DJs @ Double Six, Art & Dede.

Eikon

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Wednesday September 1st Continued

Hard Rock Hotel

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Jogadanz Band, sparking body grinders, dance show and bar dancers at Centerstage. 8.30pm.

JP’s Warung Capsoul

Performance at its best, pop top fifty. From 9-12pm.

Kama Sutra Flying Without Wings

Sensual dancers with live music by Kama Sutra international band & DJ Woody.

Bounty Snow on the Boat DJ Double Gee, Arief, Denny & David. Starts 9pm.

Deja’vu Fashionation Thursday

Resident DJs Getty & Ifin, fashion show from Bali’s designers & boutiques with Bali’s top models. From 10pm.

Double Six Womanizer – It’s a Ladies’ Nite. Resident DJs Helmy & Art.

Maccaroni

Maccaroni aerial silk dance, live music with resident DJ’s Erny, Rommy & Chandra. Starts 9pm.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show, band performance & resident DJ. Starts from 9.30pm.

Nero 80s Retro Night

Watch your favourite rock videos on our giant screen. Starts 7.30pm.

Oceans 27 Beat d’House

Eikon Bikini Show

Everybody has the chance to show their moves and rock the house to the rhythms of the beat played by DJ Sendy & DJ Fajar.

Hard Rock Cafe Live On Stage

Sector Thursday Night Salsa Fever

DJs Alfan & Manda. A bikini fashion show with international models by 69 Slam, lots of giveaways.

Maccaroni Live music with resident DJs Erny, Rommy & Chandra.

Musro Naughty All Nite

Cabaret show, band performance & Resident DJ. Starts from 9.30pm.

Oceans 27 R&B Beach

Feel the energy from our live sunset DJ with R&B grooves played by DJs Sendy & Fajar.

Ozigo Ubud Ladies Night

Free selected cocktails for ladies in the house till 12am with Kawitana Band, DJ Goez.

Syndicate Mysteree Flava.

Discover your extraordinary Wednesday night with resident DJs Jerry, C’Bee and hosted by Syndicate Ladies.

The Village Light Jazz Piano

Light jazz piano feat. Astrid Sulaiman & Friends. From 7.30pm.

Vi Ai Pi

BroadBand plays top 40 hits, DJ Renny. From 8.30pm.

Hard Rock Hotel Rockin’ Paradise

Siluet Band plays top 40 hits & classic rock at Centerstage. From 8.30pm.

Heaven’s Club

Live Performance by Sky Line Band, Resident DJ’s Leppo & Karma.

Resident DJs Kueck & Tommy. Starts 9pm.

Thursday

Ethnic fusion performed by five crazy guys in their very own way. From 9pm.

September 2nd

Klapa Latin Fusion

Blue Eyes Wild Orchid

Resident DJs Anggie, Danzdy, Dede and Ocean Blue Band.

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JP’s Warung Khatulistiwa

Bringing you the best Latin sounds with Klapa Soundtrack Officers: Lanang (Best Bali DJ Of The Year 09), Adit Putra & Wisdy From 9pm.

DJ Le Poo, El Savadore Band, Hosted by Nia, Beta, Franky, Ricky, Anton. Starts 7.30-11pm.

SOS Thursday Industry

Our resident DJ Nason will be playing all house, regardless of who’s keeping score ‘Where House Lives’.

Syndicate Nasty Freak

Resident DJs Jerry and C’Bee will make your night nasty with their frequency. Hosted by Syndicate Ladies.

The Village Light Jazz Piano

Light jazz piano feat. Astrid Sulaiman & Friends. From 7.30pm.

Vi Ai Pi

Live Band by Thunder, Resident DJ’s Nday & Karma. Aerila show by Sunny serano.


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Sounds Like Trance

Hails From Bournemouth, UK

Has Been Daniel’s technical wizardry on the turntables has come from years of eating, sleeping and breathing dance music. From the mere age of 13, he won his first set of 1210’s and hasn’t looked back since. Daniel’s style of DJing is evidence for his love and passion for old school beats, and his scratching style is influenced by early Hip Hop drives with a heavy dose of house. The last 8 years has seen Daniel broadcasting his DJ mixes weekly on BBC Radio 1, leading him to be signed on to the UK South Coast’s biggest dance music station, Fire 107.6fm. Is Now Having played and partied in many a main arena in places as diverse as New York, Dubai, Bangladesh and Bosnia, Daniel is now set to show his prowess on the stage of Double Six Club Bali. Check out how Daniel enlivens a party on the 20th of August, don’t say we didn’t tell you.

jaziah hu’u sat 21 Aug 10 PM

Sounds Like House Hails From Holland

Has Been Born and raised in Amsterdam, Jaziah found a natural talent on the decks that soon found him being booked for parties and local clubs. Pretty soon the word spread and he was on festival line-ups and headline positions at Holland’s hottest clubs; Paradiso, Panama and Jimmy Woo to name a few. A resident position at the number one House night ‘RUSH’ took his career to the next level before he was asked to fill the resident spot at Tiesto’s club CINEAC. Is Now Now with a worldwide list of cities played, a client list that includes Armani, Nokia, Redbull and Smirnoff and self produced track hits like ‘Throw Your Hands Up’ and ‘Check This’, Jaziah has his firm grip on the music scene well at hand, and he’s ready to bring the talent to Bali.

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DJ ROMY blue eyes sat 21 Aug 10 PM

Sounds Like House / Techno / Tribal Hails From Jakarta

Has Been Romy was spinning vinyl and organizing house music shows back when most Jakartan’s thought MacGyver was cool. Considered one of the pioneers of the house movement within Indonesia, organizing events and spinning tracks lead Romy to residencies at clubs like B1, the first underground club in Jakarta. As word spread, the gigs turned into international events such as Gatecrasher and God’s Kitchen and pretty soon the awards followed; Best DJ and Best Producer of the year at the 2007 Redma Awards, Best Track and Best Producer at the Paranoia Awards 2007 to name a few. Is Now Romy is now one of Indonesia’s most successful DJ’s, producers, promoters and international label owners. With six album releases under his belt, this man is a machine when it comes to music. Don’t miss the chance to catch his talent live.

ARMADA Blue Eyes Fri 27 Aug 11 PM

Sound Like Melancholic Pop Hail From Palembang

Have Been Formed in October 2007 in Jakarta, Rizal (vocals), Radha (guitar), Mai (guitar), Endra (bass) and Andit (drums) made their decision to take music seriously as a way of life. Their first album “Balas Dendam” (Revenge) states their style as Malay-MelancholicPop and it gained them a hit single with “Gagal Bercinta” (Failed In Love). The boys have quickly been gaining more time on stages, airwaves, and television screens all across Indonesia. are Now Promoting their latest album “Hal Terbesar” (The Biggest Thing), the boys are coming over to Bali to touch base with their fanbase. Don’t miss Armada at Blue Eyes on the 27th of August...

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Dave Seaman

ku de ta saturday 21 august 7 PM

If you ever had a goal to reach every corner of the earth with your musical creativity, or to become recognized by the world’s biggest acts as a prime choice for remixing or producing their sounds, you’d probably be wishing you were in this man’s shoes. Dave Seaman doesn’t need to exaggerate a scratch when it comes to writing his biography, his real life experience speaks for itself with re-mixes for U2, David Bowie and Michael Jackson along with production for the likes of Kylie and Pet Shop Boys. Beyond that, he’s a pretty down to earth guy. The Beat caught up before deck time at Ku De Ta’s White Party… 042 | beatmag.com


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Your first international gig; where was it and did it live up to your expectations?

personal line that you won’t cross when it comes to genres?

It was in Sao Paolo, Brazil in 1991. I was working at Mixmag at the time and its parent company DMC Ltd had a lot of branches worldwide. It was through one of those that the booking was made and it was at a club called Colombia. I remember how different it was to the UK scene at the time but how the music transcended cultural and language barriers. And so it proved on a massive scale over the next ten years. Acid house really exported itself right around the world.

No. I don’t think I do. Barriers and preconceptions are there to be broken. I hate the way music gets put into genres. There should only be two boxes; good and bad. The only criteria I have when doing a remix is that I think I can do a brilliant job with the source material to turn the track into something even better.

First original track; did it ever meet the ears of the general public or is it in the private diary vault? The first track I made was with Steve Anderson and it came out on Island Records. We called ourselves Brothers In Rhythm and the track was called ‘Peace & Harmony’. It actually ended up being re-released as the B side to our next release ‘Such A Good Feeling’ which went on to make the Top 20 in the UK pop charts. Personal favorites; any tracks from over the years that will always remain more sentimental than other? There’s loads but ‘Confide In Me’ is the one I hold dearest. Steve and I wrote, produced and remixed that for Kylie Minogue and it was really the launch pad for her second coming after the PWL (record label) years. I’m very proud of that one. Having played in more than seventy countries to date, what have been some of the more far out and off the wall places you’ve ended up? I’ve played from the deserts of Jordan to the beaches of Brazil, from the pyramids of Egypt to the Arctic Circle. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think DJing would take me around the world like it has. I’m very lucky and privileged. When it comes to remixing, you’ve given a facelift to a wide range of artist’s tracks; do you have a

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Do you generally have free rein to take the track where you want from start to finish of production or do artists like to be involved in the process? Production is different to remixing. With remixing I wouldn’t do anything unless I had complete free rein. But with production; that’s about bringing the very best out of the artist so it’s very important to have them involved. What was your first professional set-up as far as gear goes, back when you were playing weddings and birthday parties? I had a mobile disco set up during my teenage years; an FAL belt driven double turntable unit with police sirens and rope lights. You name it. I was Dave Doubledecks! Hahaha... And your tech rider these days? Oh, it’s very simple. 2 x Pioneer CDJ2000s and a DJM800 or a DJM2000 if they can get it. With such high demand and an obviously endless stream of work ahead of you, have you found that your personal freedom has been muzzled by a busy schedule? Do you still have the leeway to make spontaneous decisions both creatively and professionally? I have a family now so with that comes responsibility that can put restraint on my spontaneity and professional decisions. But to be honest, there’s very little that I want to do that I can’t. It’s all about


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planning. Finding time to do everything I want to do both personally and professionally. I always liken it to a circus performer spinning plates. I’ve gotten to be good at that over the years. Best three moments of the last year? Oh God, I can’t even remember last week let alone last year! I live in the present and don’t really have time to look back and reminisce. Can I do this year? If so, off the top of my head I’ll say touring Australia with my family for the Good Vibrations Festivals in February, getting to play Space in Ibiza for the first time in June and my football team, Leeds United getting a promotion.

It is tough but I have a very good label manager in Scott Dawson who runs all the day to day business. So my role concentrates on the music and A&R. It works well although it’s a really tough market out there at the moment. Don’t get into starting a record label these days if you wanna make money. It’s a labor of love for us. Who’s spinning on your Ipod at present? Four Tet, Caribou, Robyn, Broken Bells, Darwin Deez, Tracey Thorn, The Foals, Jonsi, LCD Soundsystem and thousands more.

Three things you hate having to deal with when it comes to touring? Flight delays, sleep deprivation and hangovers. Those with clear musical creativity in their bones are generally appreciative of a wide range of genres and styles; are there any areas of music that you would like to experiment with outside the electronic world? I’m quite open to anything really. I would definitely like to pursue songwriting as a career again in the pop world. I find that a challenge. Creating music for the masses that has style and substance. There are plenty of people out there who work at one thing and escape into music as a separate hobby; what do you use to clear your head when you need a rest from all your musical activities? I watch movies and football and spend time with my children. How much time do you manage to give to your label Audio Therapy? Is it a battle to find a decent balance between all your commitments?

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Hit Ku De Ta on Saturday night, August 21 to experience Dave’s beats in a setting fit for a Pharaoh. Billy the Kid will be opening for Ku De Ta’s White Party; set to be huge this year with a Cleopatra – Queen of the Nile theme. General admission is 950K. Call 736969.


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DJ Stan hu’u Fri 27 Aug 10 PM

Sounds Like Mashups / Urban Eclectic Hails From Jakarta

Has Been After a childhood based in Australia and Holland, Stan settled in Jakarta and brought his love for Hip Hop with him. With an addiction to mixing in his bones for the last ten years, Stan co-created the label D’Makaveli and gained much recognition amongst respected DJ’s within Indonesia. Come ’05 and he began his own label Trigger Productions and to this day has continued organizing events and supporting local talent. At the same time he has kept busy DJing on plenty of stages at festivals and parties such as Godskitchen, FHM Outdoor Festival, Famous and more. Is Now Along with his Trigger crew, Stan has moved thousands of music lovers on the dance floor with his eclectic sounds from R&B, HipHop, Funk, Soul, Reggae, Classic, House and Electro at the most well respected venues in Jakarta and across Indonesia’s biggest cities. It’s now time for Bali to get a fresh taste, so head to Hu’u for your just desserts…

JOHN FROM PARIS – HERETIK SOS Bar Fri 27 Aug 10pm

Sounds Like Minimal Progressive and Smart Electro Hails From Er... Paris

Has Been As one of the Heretik crew, John was pulling together raves and various other beat inspired events back in ’96 and quickly helped build a party institution that now sees tens of thousands of people flocking together for huge nights of DJ’s, live performances, bands, fireworks and stunning visual effects, all set within incredible locations. Personally playing his own sets at both his events and others across the globe, his skills on the decks are second to none and on the production front he has released successful tracks like Pat A Tort for Sidilarsen and Cyberopera ; originally an opera song. Is Now Despite pulling together some of the biggest raves in France, John from Paris has a love for Bali that keeps bringing him back, Fortunately for us he brought his bag of tracks with him this time and he’s ready to unleash them…

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Sandhy Sandoro Kama sutra Fri 27 Aug 10 PM

Sounds Like Acoustic Soul / Blues Hails From Jakarta

Has Been With a childhood bathed in the sounds of the 60’s and thanks to musically inclined parents, Sandhy sculpted his talents to become an amazing songwriter, singer and guitarist. Moving to Germany to study Interior Design, his passion for music did not elude him and after becoming a street musician, Sandhy moved his way onto the stages of bars and clubs, theatres and festivals. Participating in Stefan Raab’s song contest in 2007 ranked him in fifth place, gaining Sandy a record deal through which he released his debut album titled “Why Don’t We”. Is Now With his album recently released in Indonesia, Sandhy has performed at Java Jazz with many great international performers, gaining him a live spot on the Today Show USA after attracting the attention of Diane Warren. Get to Kama Sutra for a taste of his original sounds…

Thrillseekers Blue Eyes sat 28 Aug 11 PM

Sounds Like Trance

Hails From UK

Has Been Steve Helstrip AKA Thrillseekers is considered one of the forefathers who brought the Trance genre to the ears of the public near the end of the 90’s. Those with an ear to the scene would know Steve’s chart topping club hits which include “By Your Side”, “Waiting Here For You” and his latest epic “The Last Time”. Steve constructed “Synaesthesia” in a basic home studio and the track has gone on to sell over 1,000,000 copies worldwide. To date he’s been placed in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs chart 4 times, reaching #45 in 2008. Artist collaborations have played an important part in Steve’s production career and he has worked alongside some of the biggest names in dance music history. Is Now With artisan mixing skills and an innate, individualistic music selection, he’s conquered clubs around the planet, playing across 70+ countries and notching up over 500 gigs in his career. Head towards Sanur and get down to Steve’s great clubbing trance anthems.

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Chris Bekker keeping music to the point...

Double Six saturday 28 aug 11PM Heading back to Bali from his hometown Berlin, Chris Bekker is ready to drag people onto the Double Six dance floor once again. The Beat caught up with him before playtime…

Having played in both Bali, Madrid and Barcelona previously, how would you compare the music scenes between them? First of all, the most obvious thing is the mixture of cultures in Bali´s music scene which makes the whole setting even more exciting. And party people in Bali are very open to any kind of cool sound experiences. What would you define as the ‘Iberian Sound’? “Iberian sound” is very much influenced by the little bit of “positive tribal cha cha” in the blood. You simply can’t keep yourself away from the dance floor – impossible. How did you manage to find yourself involved in the Berlin dance scene and what were the biggest breakthroughs for you in gaining success from there?

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I have been living in Berlin for almost 15 years now. And not to tell a secret: Berlin IS unique, especially musicwise as Berlin is one of the leading cities in electronic club tunes. The biggest breakthrough for me in Berlin was when I became resident DJ at my favorite Berlin club – the GMF@WEEKEND CLUB. Gaining a reputation there made things easier for me in many other countries and cities. What methods do you use for researching and finding new material for your sets? Well, the biggest resource is my DJ network, which has lately become more than just business – really close friends. We exchange new trends and remixes amongst each other; tracks that you cannot find in the record shops or on any website. And of course travelling gives


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you so many new inspirations – combining worldwide sound experiences to create one new sound; my own! What’s your standard technical set up? I come from Germany, the home country of the socalled BAUHAUS style. So, my technical set up is very reduced. I use a minimum amount of technical features to reach maximum concentration on what we are all in the club for: fun, along with a unique and pure sound. I only use CDs - no laptop to hide behind. 100% pure party interaction. Which track do you think you’ve played more than any other over the course of your career? Uhhhh, this question is a tough one to answer: if I played by laptop, I could simply check the statistics. But as I am deciding the CD-tracks individually within every set, I have to make a good guess: I think my own Progressive mix of the Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams” is definitely in my top three.

Any major projects in store for the rest of this year? There are several releases coming up: the next ones are a Club Mix for Australia´s Idol and platinum winner Natalie Gauci in September and two of my own tracks in the last quarter of this year. Who have you most recently started listening to for the first time? My dad. Your favorite three tracks of this year? Ivan Pica “Relax” Dimitri Vegas “Salinas” Funkagenda “Lmaoblade” Last words? I always leave those to others as I am more fascinated by sounds than words…

Any big time hits that you’d be happy to never hear again? I think the biggest challenge for us DJs sometimes is that we get most of the tracks far before their official release. So it happens that we consider a track to be “out” before or at the time it has just reached its peak. But to be really honest: I am not so much chart- or hitoriented, more sound-oriented. And in the end, the audience loves this attitude… Have you had anyone that you would consider a mentor over the years? Checking the meaning of mentor would mean “somebody encouraging and supporting you and giving you hints and preventing you from doing the wrong things”. So, taking all this into consideration, there are two parties: First – my fans. Second – Chris Montana, my favorite producer/re-mixer and label owner of S2G records. What’s been the highlight for you over the past year? One definite highlight was spinning open air at Berlin´s Brandenburg Gate in front of thousands of people this summer. And another personal highlight will of course be Bali in August for me.

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Oceans 27 Friday 30 July

The Junction Day 2

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he second day of The Junction rolled on for the househeads at Oceans 27 and lighting up the stage first was DJ Anton Wirjono followed by DJ Downey and The Beat Radio Plus 98.5 FM’s very own DJ Mamsa. The twelve chimes of midnight signaled the moment for the lineup of international DJ’s to reign the stage starting off with DJ Cpen from the USA, whose beats brought a crowd into the pool area for some dance time. Next on stage was Italian DJ Marco Polo followed by DJ Hideo Kobayashi from the land of the rising sun. The night was closed off by another Italian, DJ Ricky Castelli, who dueted with saxophonist Ceosax, bringing another round of house-loving to a close...

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nce again the local community got right behind the annual I’m an Angel charity dinner and party. Big numbers were involved in the bidding of auction items while Phillip Davenport, with aid from guest chef, Manu Feidel’s menu didn’t disappoint.

Rock Bar Thursday 5 August

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he Rock Bar has become a world renowned hit within its first year of existence so there was plenty of reason to celebrate its first birthday. With a classic sunset over the ocean, cocktails were clinked as live music played out on the new stage area. Tah Riq gave the crowd a taste of his Spanish guitar flair along with some saxophone and djembe players before Third Eye Blind headlined the night with an acoustic driven set. Fireworks hit the night sky and DJ Martin East spun a set to keep everyone in the mood for more. It was another packed affair, even with the extended seating areas to show off.


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he rally of events happening everywhere on Friday saw a smaller crowd partying at Deja’vu though the entertainment was still up to scratch thanks to DJ Georgia and DJ Echa both spinning out unstoppable house tracks. Continuing the party was DJ Pierre AKA Teza, whose beats brought in more clubbers to the dance floor, followed by the prowess of DJ Adit and Deja’vu’s resident DJ’s. The night may have had a slow start but it wound up with a happy ending...

88 Club Saturday 7 August

Deja’vu Friday 6 August

In the Name of good times…

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To the Far Reaches with Solar Stone

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ouble Six’s regular DecaDance event fronted by Classmild featured the #93 DJ from DJ Mag’s Top 100 list. His position may be low on the polls but with a solid set, DJ Solar Stone showed that he’ll be moving up the ladder soon, spinning out fast paced trance beats and quickly filling up the dance floor with high octane clubbers. The interior jungle setting with unique visual and laser displays added a tribute to the night’s fun.


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he Spinach All Stars represented by Dj Marissa, Dj Shawn and Dj Tiara kicked things off on Saturday night with the power of their Progressive Tech House beats. As the masses began piling in, the scene opened up for French DJ Fudge to take control of the reigns and spin out his House music mix, followed by DJ Karizma hailing from the US shortly after. Closing off the party was DJ Riri.

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ust to make sure there were no excuses for missing it; Klapa threw a three day summer beach party that pulled together a huge mix of entertainment up there on the cliff top. 30 DJ’s graced the decks in all, doing what they do best across three different areas. We jumped on board for the 2nd day to catch up with DJ’s Lanang, Hugo, Soul Purpose from the UK, Aay from Jakarta’s Dragonfly, Flip, Georgia, Alice Norin and of course the long awaited performance by Sied Van Riel from the Netherlands.

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ister Madchester himself, the ‘King Monkey’ Ian Brown rocked into town last week with his full band on board and brought a rather large touch of nostalgia to Hard Rock Café, not to mention a huge set of awesome tunes. The British blood was running high in the crowd as Ian’s unique stage presence held the room. Subtitles may have helped when it came to his chatting between songs, but for most it was enough just to see him jogging on the spot with raised hands, singing through 20 years of classic hits right back to his days with the Stone Roses. It’s not often we get to see an intimate performance in Bali with an international legend of these proportions. Keep ‘em coming!


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ierra fans got a treat as their favorite band hit Kama Sutra with a set list of pop hits ready for the serving. It was a night of sing-alongs and smiles as the group played to a strong crowd.

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OS Anantara’s Sunday Summer Groove event was kicked off by Sound Syndicated DJ all-stars, spinning out sunset tracks, before the switch to twilight brought in a higher tempo of house beats. As the night lead on, UK DJ Tasita D’Mour showed off her skills on the turntables, warming up the crowd before the night’s main event, DJ Grant Nelson. House and electro rhythms were the ingredients of this heavy weight’s set and he pumped them out as the beautiful MC Vibes riled up the crowd…

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he masses poured in once again to get sun baked in the fine surrounds of Ku De Ta and all its beachside glory. It took a while for people to warm up to the stage for a dance, but in the meantime the bars filled up either side as everyone got socially lubricated in high season style. Outside of acrobatics and costumed dancers, Heather Small brought a live element to the show that got everyone’s attention, famous for her vocal talent that took flight with M People back in the 90’s. With the dance floor then shaking, Chicago’s Frankie Knuckles brought his heavyweight DJ bag of house tracks to the decks and kept everyone on the dance pulse, famous for his part in spearheading the House movement in the 80’s and 90’s. Consider this party a warm up for a month of Ku De Ta goodness.

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In the Footsteps of our FunkFathers...

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that was pretty big and I will always be appreciative of that. Tell us about your passion for clothes. Again, it was James Brown. Every time I saw him step up on the stage, he and his band were dressed and groomed immaculately, and when these people walked out on stage, they looked magnificent. It’s a shame these days cos people get up on stage in sneakers and jeans and T-shirts. If you’re a rapper that’s one thing, but if you’re a singer... well, there’s nothing that looks better than a well dressed man. What have you got tattooed on your arms? Oh, these are the names of all my heroes. Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Curtis Mayfield, these are all the guys I want to sing like, and these are all the guys I wanted to be – James Brown, Al Green, Bobby Womack, Sly & The Family Stone... If I’m having a bad day I can put on a record by any one of these guys and it will really change my day.


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or anyone with that old school taste in their bones, DJ Goldigger has become the main ingredient for getting that groove fix. Having mastered the art of cutting together the kinds of tracks that make you go “Ooooooh how good was THIS track!” with a plenty of video footage, he knows how to get a crowd shaking their booty.

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“Our dog became part of our melded fabric, a tightly woven and inseparable strand in the weave that was us. He gave us a gift, at once priceless and free: he taught us the art of unqualified love. How to give it; how to accept it.” John Grogan As somebody who (controversially) has more of a soft spot for animals - particularly dogs - than my own species, this quotation is the kind that typically brings me to tears. And I’m not alone. Many dog lovers feel the same, and know from personal experience that dogs are known as “man’s best friend” for a damn good reason. They have protected us and hunted for us since the first semitame wolves of prehistoric days, and have been our loyal companions ever since. Dogs are not “just dogs” (as I was once informed by some empathetic

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soul the day my first dog died): they are faithful and intelligent creatures who love their owners unconditionally, and to the end. When I first touched down in Bali seven years ago, I have to admit I was appalled at the plight of some of the dogs, who were dehydrated, starving, and covered in skin parasites. Some were scurrying about wild-eyed amongst the traffic. Others were picking through trash for food. One even received a kick from a Western tourist, for no reason other than sport. So in a delicious act of vengeance, my boyfriend kicked the tourist. After all, we are in Bali. It was Karma. It took me a long time to accept that not all, but many dogs in Indonesia live this existence, and that the culture here is simply different.


When Californian ex-pat Janice Girardi first arrived 28 years ago, she never expected to be doing what she’s doing now. Jewelry designer-turned-founder of the non-profit Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA), Janice bought her first Bali puppy from a street seller. She offered $1 but was informed that this man cut off puppies’ tails and sold those for a dollar, So Janice gave him $10 instead, and took off with the puppy under her arm. She had her for 16 years – and the rescue mission of a lifetime began… Four puppies were running around happily in the BAWA shop on Jl. Monkey Forest in Ubud on Monday. One pup in particular stood out. Her name was Mia, a brindle-colored Bali dog, with fantastically foxy ears. She was the oldest at 5 months, but with the sweetest temperament. It didn’t take long to realize that the reason she seemed different was because she’s completely blind. She copes superbly well, though she does from time to time bump into the odd chair leg! Mia, along with all the others, is currently looking for a safe and loving home, and it’s hard not to take every one of them there and then. Turning down Janice’s offer of comfortable seating, we conduct the entire interview on the floor, draped in puppies. She tells me that Mia’s

story is one of her favorites, as she rescued her herself after finding her abandoned, unable to see, and crying in a flooded, rat-infested market. This is how Janice spends many of her days, as well as conducting Sterilize/Neuter and Rabies Vaccination programs, organizing educational visits to schools, and meeting with reps from the Government and global animal charities. Add to this, routine street feeding with rice and boiled eggs (which often contain a worming tablet – an unsung animal lifesaver), and I am truly amazed at the sheer scale of what she has taken on, with the help of some amazing volunteers and staff. Asked if she ever allows emotion to get in the way, she sheepishly admits she is known amongst Indonesians as ‘Ibu Cepat Marah’ (Lady Who Gets Angry Quickly), but she has learned now that there’s no sense in getting angry, because much of the time it’s a lack of education or money that results in many animal welfare problems, not to mention the religious superstition of the island. Two of her hardest struggles with individual dogs have boiled down to an issue of religious practice. The first was a painfully thin dog that she fed for 6 weeks until he disappeared. When the villagers were asked of his whereabouts, they told her that he’d been thrown over a cliff. A cleansing ceremony was taking place, and the dog was

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considered too unclean to stay. Perplexed by the conflict between this event and the notion of karma, Janice simply had to move on and continue helping other dogs. Another religious practice is the slitting of the Blang Bunkem puppy’s throat (a male pup with brown hair and a black face) so that the blood gives prosperity to the ground on which it falls. Sometimes these dogs can be saved. Other times, the religious traditions of locals have to be respected. Bali is a Hindu island in the midst of many Muslim islands; and in Islam, dogs are considered to be dirty animals, which stems from a point in history when the rabies virus was rife. In October 2008, rabies arrived in Bali, and has caused approximately 75 deaths since. The Government, who had to do something, began a mass culling of street dogs, using food laced with strychnine or poisoned darts, which can cause a long and agonizing death sometimes lasting days. BAWA campaigned against this killing policy and began to promote a rabies vaccination program beginning in Gianyar instead, after the World Health Organization stated that this was the only proven solution. At least 70% of the island’s dog population must be vaccinated for the program to work, and although waiting for permission to take this pilot project island-wide, Janice’s team have already managed to treat 60,000 dogs this year; that’s 300-400 per day! I never expected to be blinded with science on an animal shelter visit, but the facts are, that on an island where waste disposal is such an issue, killing dogs only means more food is available on rubbish dumps etc for the remaining population, who in turn will become healthier, and breed more. Basically, Bali’s stray population is supported naturally by trash. Killing dogs also worsens the rat problem, as cats can only do so

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much when it comes to the bigger, serious diseasecarrying critters. BAWA is relying on donations along with Janice’s personal contributions, to not only continue neutering, rescuing and treating dogs, but to continue funding this program. I find the whole problem overwhelming, but Janice assures me that the key to a better future is to raise more money to fund the Education Program and target the next, possibly more open-minded, generation. BAWA holds a contest where 50 kids are selected from schools to take a puppy home and care for it for 6-10 months, and all sorts of prizes are awarded to the kids who do the best job. In this way, it is the younger generation who teach their elders to see dogs in a different light. As I cuddle 8-week-old Bella, the rest of the pups climb onto Janice’s lap, clamoring for her attention. They adore her, and in a funny way, it’s as though they know she saved them, and the only way they can think of to express their gratitude is to drown her in doggy kisses. As expected, I shed a tear after I leave today, but thankfully, it’s a happy tear, because these animals have been saved. There are many more like them and BAWA relies completely on your support to carry out their amazing work. As Janice says, there’s no point sitting back because you think you can’t make a difference. You can. And believe me, there’s no better reward than a visit to the shop for the best thank-you cuddle you are ever likely to receive… Reach the 24-hour BAWA ambulance on 0811 389004. Visit www.bawabali.com for more information on rabies or the charity’s other projects. You can also donate money, register as a foster carer/volunteer or provide a home for cats and dogs like Mia.


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Brand New Heavies

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elf produced legends of jazz, funk and dance grooves, The Brand New Heavies have been sailing strong for over twenty years and have no intention of slowing down. With a recent trip to Bali to headline Ku De Ta’s tenth birthday bash, The Beat stepped up to the mic for some words with guitarist Andrew Levi…

TB: Over time we’ve seen you incorporate various elements from other genres into your writing, from hip hop to rap; would you say that this is a conscious decision on the band’s part to widen the audience or is it simply a natural progression as each band member is influenced by new sounds? AL: I see all music as the same, I can be influenced by J S Bach just as much as say, The Who. Maybe it’s just the case for musicians and songwriters but, there is so much music to be inspired by out there in the world. It all seeps into your head, when you’re in the lift or watching TV and you just have to really “listen”. TB: Twenty years is a lot longer than the life of most marriages. Have there been many periods where momentum has been lost or relationships

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within the band have threatened the continual success of the group as a whole? AL: We released our first big record with N’Dea (vocalist) in 1991 and our first big hit was in 1992, since then we have only been close to breaking up once or twice. It’s always the people around the core members that cause the problems. N’Dea and the boys LOVE music and we are all blessed and gifted people with very little to no formal musical training. I think it makes us all humble in the studio and on stage and makes for a very level playing field, and that is why I think we can still make magic together. TB: Not to keep highlighting the age of the band (cough cough), but you have obviously all witnessed a lot of changes on the technology


front as the years have gone by. From cutting records to burning CD’s, from word of mouth and posters to text messages and internet posts; do you guys consider yourselves quite on the ball when it comes to utilizing the next available tool for marketing and distributing your music? Has there been any noticeable change on the sales or fans front due to these trends? AL: We are all on the ball, we own Ipads, iPods, Mac Pros; most of our new album will be made on a Mac. We also employ people who are experts in the field of internet marketing. TB: With such a strong reputation as a live performance band, do you believe your fan base has been secured predominantly by touring or through reaching ears over the radio waves? AL: Airplay widens the audience - simply because one can reach more people in a shorter period of time. These days the internet is very powerful and I’m sure that we have gained some heavies love via the WWW. Touring will always keep our fans onboard. Seeing the heavies on stage re-ignites the passion that our fans had back in the day. TB: What has been the most surprising area of support for you guys worldwide? AL: Eastern Europe has been a big surprise for us. They love us and are surprisingly very funky people. It’s as if we just came out. We played in Georgia last month and we were blown away when 3000 kids danced and screamed to our set. That always gives us a real boost to keep on going. TB: Any experiences on the road that have caused you to walk away shaking your heads and wondering what the hell just happened? AL: Only when I broke a string close to my solo in New York, then my amp blew up... everything that could go wrong went wrong, I nearly cried!

TB: Was there much contact kept up between N’Dea Davenport and the band after she left to pursue her solo work in ’94? AL: We kept in contact yes, we all needed a break from the success of Brother Sister, it sold over a million and we promoted it for 18 months solid. N’Dea was always originally signed to the label as a solo artist so she could have gone at any time. The time was right for N’Dea to come back, we had an offer from Starbucks to make and release an album via their network of stores but they wanted N’Dea and no one else. I got on the phone and called her and a year later we put out the album “Get Used To It”. TB: When it comes to songwriting is there a large amount of work that results from improvised jams or are the songs we hear predominantly played as initially written down? AL: Songs come from many places; jams, like ‘Brother Sister’ or solo efforts for example ‘Never Stop’. Anything can happen but as long as it’s good, we use it. TB: Any major events taking place in your personal lives lately that you are all excited or concerned about? AL: Life goes on like anyone else’s in the world of the Heavies. The nicest thing is that we are all in wonderful relationships at the moment and that’s a first for us all. TB: What have you been enjoying while in Bali besides cranking out a set at one of the best beachside venues in Indonesia? AL: It’s been exciting listening to some local DJs and bands in Bali. Plus getting out to party! TB: Last words? AL: Life is very short so dance!

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he swell finally arrived at Echo Beach on August 8th, allowing Canggu Surf Community to hold their 3rd Annual Surf Contest. The CSC, chaired by Komang Widarna, was originally founded to support local surfers and take care of the beach, but this year’s contest had a special focus on the local ‘groms’ – youth surfers, for those not fluent in surf lingo. With a belief that sometimes Bali’s big name contests and surfers can hog both the world-class waves and the limelight, CSC decided to give the youngsters from Brawa to Kedungu a chance to battle it out amongst themselves. Divided into age categories of 16 and under (won by Jeren) and 17-21 (won by Sodok), the guys fought to scoop

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custom-made boards donated by Tipi Jabrik of the Indonesian Surfing Championship (ISC) and shaper Luke Studer. Open and ‘Legend’ divisions also competed, which were won by Koming and Larry. The contest was a huge success, with live music in the afternoon livening up the beach with beats and it was treated as a celebration, dedicated to all the members of the surf community who take part in CSC events year-round, including beach clean ups. All those who took part received prizes from the events’ many sponsors, including a trip on the Sea Sentosa boat, which CSC are planning to take to Nusa Lemobongan and Desert Point, Lombok in their next quest for quality waves. To find out more about CSC, please contact Komang at: khayalan_sl84@yahoo.com.


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food SCOOP Art Café Special for Ramadhan During this ‘Bulan Suci Ramadhan’, Art Café management are launching their special promo. Break your fast with Kolak Pisang and Es Buah, each only 10K and available from 6pm onwards during Ramadhan. Also being launched is a special Indonesian Favorites package. Enjoy selected items of Indonesian Cuisine including fried chicken, fried fish, nasi goreng, mie goreng, and satay with the additional Ramadhan menu, for only 35K. Bargain! Art Café is at Jl. Sari Dewi. No. 17 Seminyak.Tel. 736751

Baking it the way you like it Not sure whether your life is sweet enough? As one of Delicioso’s company groups, Ixora Cakes is ready to inject the next level of dessert goodness into your eating agenda. Choose from a whole range of delicious cakes from 300K. Ixora Cakes’ owner Julia has been passionate about cuisine since an early age and after being taught by food masters across Europe and Indonesia, she brought her talent to Bali. Starting out working alone at home, Julia’s cakes have now become a favorite taste for many and she now makes around 15 – 30 special cakes each day along with her husband Helmut who has an extensive background in pastries and baking. What are you waiting for? Get an event organized so you can get your cake and eat it too! Ixora is at Jl. Petitenget gang Cendrawasih AR 99 Kerobokan Kuta. Tel. 739390 or visit www.ixoracakes.com

What’s the infusion? Up for a fusion that takes your taste buds across a variety of borders? How about mixing Japanese tastes with those from Europe and South America? Head down to Blue Fin and try the Salmon Takaki appetizer (72K); medium rare salmon lying on green salad, topped with onion ginger salsa. Then it’s onto a delicious main thanks to Chef Ngurah Narendra’s Chicken Miso Butter (65K); simmered chicken leg with sautéed vegetables and miso butter sauce. End your journey with the fresh cocktail, Cherry Caiprioska (98K); vodka, cherry liquor, fresh cherry, white sugar cube and lime chunks. Blue Fin is at Jl. Kartika Plaza. Tel. 763100

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the beat vip card meal deal 1. Delicioso’s Special Salad (34K) Smoked Beef, Mozzarella, Lettuce, Onions, Tomato and Romulade Sauce. 2. Monster Roll (32K) Baguette with Meat Loaf, Lettuce, Tomato, Gherkin. 3. Coppa Crema O Frutta (45K) 3 Scoops of gelato and fresh fruit, topped with whipped cream. 4. Fresh Orange Juice (26K) 5. Cappuccino (23K) Total Price: 160K Beat Price: 135K Verdict . Get a huge 15.5% discount on these menu items at Delicioso this fortnight and boost your energy levels with a lunchtime feast worth writing home about. Homemade bread is always worth biting into and a gelato range that includes everything from coffee to fruit is well worth finishing off with. Grab your discount Beat VIP Card and get down there…

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Papa’s Jl Pantai Kuta Legian Tel. 755055

Fresh from a holiday overseas, Tosca returns to Bali and to work, and checks out award-winning Italian restaurant, Papa’s. Except, it’s not really much like work… is it?

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Papa’s Italian restaurant was an actor, it’d be Tom Hanks. Or Jack Nicholson. In fact, insert the name of any actor here, who has scooped multiple gongs throughout his glittering career, and you’d just about hit the nail on the head. Because one of the first things that catches my eye is the number of awards on the wall by the kitchen, including Best Italian Restaurant and Best Dessert. It all sounds very promising…

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The venue itself is a fusion of chic and contemporary style, with something a little more traditional: and by ‘traditional’, we’re talking Mediterranean here, not Balinese. Al fresco tables face the beach, and are draped in simple white tablecloths and lit by candles. Recent renovations have seen a large new bar installed along with a second storey balcony, specifically designed to cater for Bali’s many sunset worshippers. All the chefs are hard at work in the spotless kitchen, yet every one of them has a smile for any customer who catches their eye. Open since 1999, Papa’s is a member of the Alam Resorts group, along with other popular Bali names such as Ifiori. There’s almost a family feeling between the staff and customers here, many of whom return year after year.This genuine friendliness is what makes the atmosphere at Papa’s that little bit more special: the staff care. And in true Italian fashion, families with children are especially welcome. Restaurant supervisor Made tells me that kids can go off and make pizza


or feed the fish in the pond, leaving their parents to sit back and relax with a drink to the sounds of the nightly live solo musician.

one of the house specialties: the Vulcano Pizza (125K). The Vulcano comes with three different stuffings: the ‘Fujiyama’ (freshwater prawns, tuna and anchovies); the ‘Kintamani’ (beef, ham, spicy Speaking of drinks, I’m quickly presented with lamb sausage and salami), or, for all you hogs out Papa’s most popular cocktail, a Berry Sensation there, the ‘Mount Agung’, which includes all of the (78K), which consists of vodka, triple sec, coconut above! You’ll notice I said ‘stuffings’ here instead liqueur and strawberries, all blended together of the traditional ‘toppings’; and that’s because this pizza is something of a work of art, coming out of the oven with a thin pizza base covering, that has risen up in the wood firing oven, making the whole thing look remarkably like a Christmas pudding, particularly as Italian grappa is drizzled over it and set alight. Quite a few flash bulbs go off as this rather impressive and unique pizza is delivered to our table. After cutting away the top, a beautifully tasty and filling pizza pie is revealed, which I eventually had to take home ‘bungkus’, as the pizza wasn’t the only thing that was stuffed.

with ice to form a delicious kind of alcoholic smoothie. An ice cold drink in front of me and Made cracking jokes, and this feels more like a night out with friends than work. And this is the thing about Papa’s – you are made to feel special and individual – just like the dishes they serve up. Several items featured on the menu, such as the Garlic Prawns appetizer and Warm Chocolate Cake dessert are cooked up using recipes that countless customers ask to be given, but they are a more closely guarded secret than Coca Cola’s. After swaying towards the huge Seafood Platter for Two (499K), which looks more like it could feed the five thousand, we decide to keep our order strictly Mediterranean, and opt for the Braised Lamb Shank (179K). This dish is served with braised vegetables and whipped garlic potatoes, and explodes with rich and delicious flavours. The lamb is succulent and teeming with taste, literally falling away from the bone. Our second main course choice had to be

Ending the night on a truly high note, we tucked in to the award-winning Warm Chocolate Cake (49K); which was indeed warm, rich, luxurious chocolatey heaven on a plate, served with cream, strawberries, and a chocolate sauce. And, if Papa’s restaurant is Tom Hanks, this cake is surely the Forrest Gump of the menu. It’s a long time since I’ve tasted a chocolate cake this good, and for a second there I’m concerned I’m going to drool on their pristine tablecloth or spray someone whilst talking, due to overactive saliva glands. Fortunately, I maintain control of my mouth, and manage to order a coffee to ease the bulging of my incredibly satisfied stomach.There’s a large variety of coffees available, including one blend called Café Rituale (50K), that’s so posh, only management are allowed to pour it. I particularly like the quirky “We Give Up...” option - the final coffee on the extensive list, which allows customers to design their own blend. What was I saying about individuality and well-looked after customers..? Papa’s may have “given up” looking for yet another coffee… but I too, have officially given up looking for as unique a pizza or as good a chocolate cake in Bali. Papa’s don’t need to preach… the quality speaks for itself. Tosca beatmag.com | 093


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Oakley hand out more than cool Shades From August until September this year, Oakley is presenting its ‘Win With Oakley’ promo. Every purchase of Oakley sunglasses gets you some bonus Oakley merchandise on the spot! The merchandise includes Oakley Pro Junior exclusive t-shirts, Oakley golf gloves, Oakley Factory Pilot gloves and Oakley lens cleaning kits. Besides this, you’ll get the chance to win four big prizes, including: a VIP trip to Bali (or, if you’re already in Bali, a two night VIP stay at a top Bali hotel, plus a handycam to record your stay); an Oakley MTB product pack; a custom set of Ping golf clubs or an Oakley 12 Gauge Watch. For your chance to win, visit participating a Oakley shop, or register yourself online at: www.oakleyindonesia. com. Entries must be before September 30th, 2010. For detailed information, call Frez Cika (021 727 89073) or email cika@oakleyindonesia.com

Becik Midnight Action All you fashion addicted people, this is a great little scoop for you. If you cant sleep at night, why don’t you go along and raid the racks at Becik’s Midnight Sale? It will be the first edition of Music and Fashion Midnight Sale over two days in August (the 27th and 28th) starting from 11pm until 1am. Grab a bargain from this range of beautiful products with 20% to 50% off and catch DJ Cachya’s (40 Hours) two hour show, where Oysem Models present a fashion show of casual wear and party dress collections. Enjoy the Party! Becik is at Jl. Dhyana Pura No. 4 X Seminyak. Tel. 737816

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Skin Invades Oberoi Calling all fashionistas! If you love SKIN’s fabulous designs, you’ll be happy to hear that there’s a new store located in Oberoi. Grab your wallet and head down for some serious retail therapy. You can treat yourself to some great pieces including Pant Malibu (250K), Pant Jersey (350K), Shirt Cameroon (250K) or Belt Oliva Nera (270K). Check them all out at Skin Oberoi at Jl. Laksmana 43. Tel. 730065


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EQ Music Player and Recorder – Purple Listen to, experience, and customize music and light shows through a hip urban character--for guys and girls! Includes 4 modes of play; speaker for listening to music and recorded input; microphone to record your own voice into EQ; and SFX that are controlled by EQ’s headphones to customize your music and voice recordings. The EQ contains over 100 Seconds of voiced interactions and over 80 light animations for hours of chatterbox fun. $29.99 www.toysrus.com

Take-A-long Cam Digital Video Monitor Portacam video monitor comes with a large, crystal clear 2.4″ lcd screen and includes bi-directional viewing and a nap timer/clock. It can be placed on a dresser, mounted on a wall or positioned on a table wherever baby is napping or sleeping. Includes rechargeable batteries with a docking station for the camera, plus rechargeable batteries in the receiver. High quality, clear sounds and images. www.7gadgets.com Price: $169.99

Rubik’s Slide Puzzle : Twist on a legend Does your brain need a good seeing to? Excellent, because Rubik’s Slide is an ingenious new brainteaser that’s just as noodle-knottingly addictive as the legendary cube. Better still, it packs over 10,000 puzzles that can be played freestyle or against the clock. Aargh! £19.99 www.firebox.com

Sensing Air Purifier This air purifier features a pollution indicator lamp that shines red for high pollution, dark purple for medium pollution, light purple for low pollution, and bright blue when your air is clean. With its award winning design inspired by the curves of nature, this is one home air filter you won’t want to hide in a corner. It traps 99.5% of airborne particles, removing them from your air. http://gizmodo.com $280

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SAMSUNG i9000 GALAXY S Samsung I9000 Galaxy S is one of the ultra-slim, higher end smartphones from Samsung, that comes packed with all real nice features. The Galaxy l9000 S’s key features is its superb 4 inch super AMOLED display. Galaxy S is powered by faster 1GHz humming processor. It runs on a highly customized Android 2.1 operating system along with new TouchWiz interface. The new Galaxy S has wireless n WiFi, decent battery, 5 megapixel camera with HD video recording capability, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS with A-GPS and3G connectivity. Cellular World. Jl Teuku Umar no 60 (Denpasar) Rp. 6,450,000

NOKIA X2 Nokia has unleashed a new affordable music mobile in the form of the X2. The X2 is the successor of the X3. It has added dedicated keys to music controls to enjoy music seamlessly and operates on the S40 operating system. The X2 features 5 megapixel camera, wireless FM Radio, dual loud speakers, microSD card slot, a 3.5mm audio port, 2.2” display, social networking, Ovi Store and more. Cellular World. Jl Teuku Umar no 60 (Denpasar) Rp. 1,300,000

PHILIPS SA2RGA02S Go gaga over the wearable and durable GoGear Raga with FullSound to bring all your favorite MP3 music to life. Plus, it comes with Philips Songbird so you can enjoy easy and limitless entertainment wherever you go. Rp 761,000 www.bhinneka.com

Sanyo the Xacti VPC-CA102YL The Xacti VPC-CA102YL is destined to be a hit. Capable of recording Full HD 1920 x 1080 video, the CA102 can store over 480 minutes of footage in  MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format onto a 64GB SDXC memory card; alternatively it can take 14.4-megapixel photos. There’s also a 5x optical zoom, speed shooting mode which can snap up to 22 photos at 7fps, and a battery good for 60 minutes of solid video recording.  The waterproofing is good for up to 10 ft below the surface, and an integrated HDMI port. $249.99. http://www.coolest-gadgets. com

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zodiac Roy Rugdee is The Beat astrologer. He resides in Singapore and sends these forecasts exclusively to The Beat every two weeks. Also read them on beatmag.com He can be contacted at roy@royalastrologers.com

Aries

March 20 March 21 21 -- April April 20 You now a strong pullstimulate towards Your mindfeel is alert, events something and different in your ideas and new interest, and you may life. Not do about you have a better need to only move more than chance Some of success, but thedecisions fun and usual. important enthusiasm is infectious. If like you the are are needed now. It’s almost given a chance suretotoanmake the showcasing has be come end and mostyou of get it, with now to thededication serious bit.you'll The have success. newcomer maythat stir current aspectAat play implies your interest a particular what you doincould lead tosubject some or will and reignite an oldinsights flame.for If intense revealing you are determined to make your both of you. Go to it! Your entourage markbe and impress others, take with care will able to communicate of your image. If you have you more effectively, andbeen by feeling emotionally neglected or working together, you’ll be able physically expect void to get a lotisolated, done. You may the have to to be matters filled. You areyour emerging from take into own hands an communication emotional cloud or and, with Venus if inhibition is in issue. your sign, will enjoy harmony an It suggests that you might and happiness. Something that was have to put yourself out there, set not to your likingorcould on a your boundaries provetake yourself. new slant, the any full Make an when effortyou torealise resolve potential of the offer. problems now.

Cancer

June 22 - July 22 June 22 - July 22 You may discover that your suspicions, fears time or worries were This is a good to get to unfounded youra anxiety levels know your and mates little better. will plummet. Pause and reflect on The energy of the time will be aspects of your life that need up to encouraging people to open be developed or improved. may more, and to share from the It heart. be time mention something that You maytobe able to make some you've been keeping to your yourself. progress at work or in love You without will be exerting feeling stronger life yourself and too more Make able to communicate. Your hard. it work! Your energy is intuition will be spot-on, so use outwardly directed at a time when it to sort out any issues that have most others are looking inward, recently confused but your held helpyou is back, alwaysorwelcome. you. sweet A window opportunity is Your natureofshows up in a big about open, you to way andtohelps youallowing forgive someone expand an some idea or network who doesonfeel measure of with new people. There may be contrition. Your amazing energy some doubters to deal with, but helps you hit the sweet spot and you will put new forward a convincing reel in some friends too. Life plan enjoy is funor--argument. your socialPeople energyyou is spread spending time with bring you outthe of all around and helps you make your shell the choices most of alland yourvalidate interactions. you made.

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Taurus April May 20 20 April 21 21 - May There may bethings an urge to you livewill in If you can keep simple, the moment be less inclined to stand a betterand chance of getting a few worry about issues. You will things done. trivial Next, reward yourself be happiest you easy feel social loved and unwind when with the and needed,that hence should mix atmosphere you you crave. You may withthat people hold you in high find your who people have ideas, but regard. Present time will you’re boost if you think for a few minutes, your toego andupenthusiasm, andYou a sure come with your own. venture start will both might be you considering your be options. successful and If you The energy of the satisfying. time could put feel young at heart, suggests that in a reflective mood.itYou appreciate a night out is the ideal setting for the importance of relating skills. This locking mean eyes with yourhave lover. doesn’t that you to The get energywith is fairly along every light-hearted single person and you you will fare better if you skimlearn the meet, but a lot of folk could surface of basic the situation. Creativity from your understanding that and colours sure your people have aare right to to be grab different. eye andthey’re you will Perhaps goingdotosomething help you wonderful them. IfThere you may feel with a task, with or vice-versa. emotionally isolated orparticularly physically not be anything flash or tried, indulge yourself and nurture glamorous about this association, but your own needs. nonetheless, it can be comforting to have people who are solid citizens in our lives like this.

Leo

July 23 - August 22 July 23 - August 22 Financially, no matter how much opposition there may as bequickly to your Things may not proceed as ideas, youlike, will and you would but persevere exert patience. succeed in achieving your ways. A You could feel somewhat lethargic perfect time to financial and lacking in examine motivation. It is and investment strategies and putting the brakes on your awesome review situations. Respectively, momentum - at least for some time. you have a chance to put Plan your moves carefully andyour be talent and intelligence to the calls test ruthless when the situation in boosting your financial income. for it. Suppressing your natural There is acould lot cause of interesting exuberance feelings of and invigorating information resentment or discontent. There’ll available to you to up be a pull in opposite build directions on your finances. Follow your with most things you undertake. financial instincts by without being You feel restricted your actions distracted,Inasfact, something exciting somehow. you may be so could athappen influence an good this thatto even you don’t important financial decision. always consciously realize Your that changeable ability your deepest attitude inner selfand is fuming: to see howthat fortunes being then comes spell of are pimples or made will lead to very Make successful mysterious indigestion. your decisions. known, otherwise they frustrations build up inside, making you more accident prone than usual.

Gemini May 21 21 -- June June 21 21 Uncertainty and social delays have You find a new outlet -several one that advantages, may surprisethey you! finally Life’s enable you to to the on bottom of mysteries canget take more complex problem. wisdom and interest, but at aYour more mundane foresight can on betop used in positive level, keeping of commercial waysfinancial by passing on is advice to and dealings essential. others or handle avoidingallpast You can themistakes. action, A twist you of fate or common though wouldn’t mind a sense little decisionOne helps to make your life break. should be coming up easier soon. or happier. If your you've been pretty Shore up primary bewildered about or relationships -- they something may not need someone, you'll more much work, but feel making thecertain effort about what actionand to scores take. Your shows you care you self-awareness is finely tunedlights and points. Later, your hot energy youthe have the ability to pull ideas, up night! Your good energy is resolutions tactics outup ofwith the just right forand mixing things air. You will want to getand ahead and your friends and family getting will figure quick clever to folks to see theandlight. If ways you’re get around things.someone Take your time getting to know better, whenmay it comes making important you have tohigh hopes. That’s decisions, as may you want will need to the be good as you to see comfortable the outcome. best in this with person... But keep a little bit of yourself back.

Virgo

Aug 23 - Sept 22 Aug 23 - Sept 22 Don’t let emotional matters hold youyour back. Focus life, on you where the In working should money is you can make follow a and path how of discipline and more of it. A sudden precision. However, yourchange mood in is a partnership maynot surprise you, dictated and that’s really what but feel the like enddoing. resultYou willcould be to your you decide advantage. Refinedisciplined your thoughts, to become more about review current something. Maybe obligations you need toand be consult with close about future a bit stricter withones your schedule. financial situations. You might enjoy getting Financially into a new stop talking about what you want routine. Try not to torture yourself to dounkind and start doing with thoughts. Youthings need to increase your Use those this let go of the pastwealth. and banish period to study situations thatthey can old ghosts, however charming open new doors opportunities might be! You havetobeen so serious for youlife financially. Your ideas will about lately that you may be on forgotten grand scale, means have howbuttoyour relax and and around. abilities Use to this carry them out play downtime to may not beyour enough. Don’t make appreciate current status, to a commitment just yet. that You will make practical decisions are discover you are worth based on that the actual effort youmore are and may able to gettothe same willing tobe expend and reassess results your on your own. where relationship is heading in the future.


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Libra

Sept Sept23 23 --Oct Oct 23 23 You'llfutile be highly tuned to the It’s to allow yourself to material world instead, and you take will also get frustrated; this have a greater of your opportunity to sizeawareness up the ins and outs body's this trying time.to This of all theneeds things at you’re do. period begins with time you for resolving This might be a good you to to make money andrest. achieve stay quiet more and get a little Your more success, not until significant other, but however, mightyou've have had ideas. a chance towatch bargain-hunt. other Learn to and wait. Financial beyou reached Don’t take goals action can before know with some An urge to own where you planning. want to go. A focus on things, rather than rent window your work and health zone or is bringing shopmany is growing stronger. Material you opportunities to find your issues job. come thefind forefront dream Youto might yourself and the the message is you must shrewd victim of a pressure like abe deadline. to succeed. Material and You might just need to putcomfort in the extra personal happiness be high on hours needed to get will the work done, yourcelebrate list of priorities, and the Quite more and or goof off later! monotonous should be past put likely, there is chores something in your on thebothering backburner. can expect to that’s you. You It is high time that haverealize the last but you youlaugh need when to putslowly this story surely you, others warm only to your behind because thenplans. will you be able to really start something fresh. So free yourself from what’s been holding you back.

Capricorn

Dec 22 - Jan 20 Dec 22 - Jan 20 You've plenty to say right now and exactly the right words to say it. You’re sensitive about your It's a great and time to communicate reputation may seek to your needs whom your ever is at hand preserve or to protect status or -- they areelse’s much status. more likely to be someone Publicity receptive to your needs. You may and public appearances are need to makeAnything a few callsyou or send highlighted. starta emails track in down that one isfew likely to to change unexpected personPlans you need to reach. If it's a ways. get foiled, surprisingly long-lost you may turn surprise there canrelative, be an unlikely of your family yourand tenacity and events. Your with feelings emotions resourcefulness! Your way with may be intense and too confusing words quite powerful and for youis to handle. Younow should you mayoverindulgent find it much simpler to avoid behavior, communicate your tofeelings and but allow yourself experience ideas, especially you take a bit of and take note ofif the effect. You time expect to focusto your thoughts can come backbefore with proceeding. Try not let seem other some big ideas that tomay people interfere withmoment, your plans -impractical at the but as long prove as you successful. are able to In express should this yourselfdestabilizing clearly, you should be able rather situation it to get be your way. would best to give yourself time for reflection and not just go along with your impulses.

Scorpio

Oct Oct24 24--Nov Nov 22 22 This is your time shine Your optimism is to high andand youthere are will be more money coming your confident around other people. way to support and Expectations tend your to winplans through. goals.sense You of might optis for a miniYour timing good, your makeover orbalance break orand seek dealings out that emotional promotion, payreliable increaseand or luxury with partners sure. purchase. Financially, At work, you’re on a you'll grand need tour to the draw the line with a special of opportunities, carried along occasion or gift it getsrecent out of on a tide of before luck. Your control. It is ahave period that is filled achievements been profound, withconsider many exciting andsuccessful, wonderful so yourself opportunities. to grab even if all you Be do prepared is keep the ball success Itand rolling. mayride notitbeinto the the firstfuture time with enthusiasm. You'll bedoing in a moneyyou’ve felt like you’re more making mode. If you through, than your share. Butfollow this time you the accomplishment will rightly suspect that ityou willmake actually be lucrative. Planets usher in many pay off. Career-related movements wonderful opportunities, though you and business meetings should need to pick and choose care. go well. Publicity at thiswith time is You should the financial ball good for yourget reputation. Business rolling now or you could miss out on matters should proceed smoothly. an opportunistic income Now is the timeinvestment, to get the ball boost orincreative enterprise. rolling all-important business, property or career negotiations.

Aquarius

Jan 21 - Feb 18 Jan 21 - Feb 18 A softening of your stance or views helps you suffer see someone in inflated a more You could from over positive light. self-esteem as You well are as among other the lucky Your one, opinions you may are cashnot in excesses. on someone's absence, blunder always expressed truthfully. You or cancelled deal. you have a tendency to Because not be very are in an affableorlife comfortable cycle, there demonstrative willyour be nopersonal malice in information in affairs. Your exchanged or passed on and to nearest and dearest are loving others. Start by discussing attentive, and they forgive youyour for concerns and grouchy. follow upItwith being a little is a direct clear action. is be about impact sign thatPlanet it won’t too to long now positively on relationships. An before you will see success. So, opportunity may present itself and even if it feels like you are only whileatyou realistic the just the are bottom of aabout hill, you temporary of it, will be have everynature chance ofyou reaching powerless to Go resist. with the summit! to it!Contact You aren’t someone struggling about to letyou've anyonebeen bring you down to sostay in the touch with will good open -make most of that communication Youwork are on in energy! You may lines. need to a caring sharing and cycle and rather communicating expressing than shooting the hip, you will your feelingsfromand emotions. wisely consult with others Misunderstandings may arise.before making major decisions.

Sagittarius

Nov 21 Nov 23 23 – – Dec Dec 21

Perfect time for catching up to on get old You can count on your friends emailback or other messages that need your if someone threatening replies.near Every nowskipping and then comes -- but out you on need to just clear thembe all away, responsibilities should more even if than that ever! means just deleting inviting If you’re stuck, and hang forgetting about Even them.though It's a just with friends. good time sit downatand rethink you’re not to (entirely) fault, you recent Your of ability are still developments. the one to get most the to focusThat’s is strong and life you works ought blame. just how to be able to figure few new out sometimes, and out youa need to anglesyour thatsuperiority will make you show and glad takeyou it spentanthe time. Yourbeing. opinions are like enlightened That’s hardly stone, sure though do not to set sayinyou’re toyou lose, like that to see before only youhard needevidence to expect the changing that other is to people in your your mind life to--have say, you'reTry eminently sensible. You priorities. to remain regal and meet someone new who turns the you calm despite being rubbed aroundway. on some subject. wrong There’ll be noEmails rhymeare or efficient the reason to and theirconvenient, methods, sobut don’t best way to get across a message take them personally. The onlyis still to talkyou’ll it outexperience in person. comes flexibility from you -- things are what they are, and there’s not really any way to change them.

Pisces

Feb 19 – March 20 Feb 19 – March 20 Romance and love relationships are strongly thishelp, period See if yourfavoured family can but and it’s you can really allmake up touse youofinthe theawareness long run. that surrounds you to enhance Try to help out around the home, your love life. Show -them some office or neighborhood everyone sensitivity andtogether generosity they needs to pull to and make it will do the same youemotionally if the tables through! You arefor more are turned. Do as you would be centered during this period and done to. Nothing is more important may spend timeofatgossip homeand or to you thanextra a fillip with Your listeningof skills are you family. seek the company people tested early your on and if you pass, Now you who share gift of gab. can expect greattothings at work is not the time procrastinate, or could butattohome. take You action anddecide work to on do some around your your planslandscaping and ideas for excellent home, andyou shrubs. results.planting A trip flowers will take to a place thatvery will close inspire--you to move Someone a favorite forward with financial plans that family member or maybe a close you have been friend -- needs you incontemplating. a big way. A certain of travel Time spent atamount home alone may findis indicated and something thatwant you you thinking about where you have been alonging for will happen to go with love relationship. You at this time. Your persuasive ability feel more than a little irked by one will help you gain the support you family member or coworker who need. A trip will lead to someone just fromcan’t your seem past. to stop acting out.

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EXHIBITIONS ON NOW August 24 Gaya Art Space Getting back to the good westerns at Gaya Art Space’s Evening Art Films with the movie, “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” by Sergio Leone and starring the great Clint Eastwood in all his youthful glory. For more information on the schedule, call: 979252/979253

Now – August 24 Komaneka Fine Art Gallery “Saat Usia Lima Puluh” (At Fifty) is a solo exhibition of the poetic-like paintings and installations by Hanafi, with Jean Couteau as curator. Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud. Call: 976090. w w w. g a l l e r y. komaneka.com Now – August 30 Ganesha Gallery “In Praise of Women” presents the graceful essence of a woman as seen through the eyes of three aspiring artists, Ida Bagus Indra, Ni Nyoman Sani and Teguh Ritmar Iman. Four Seasons Hotel Jimbaran. Call: 701010 Now – September 9 Paros Gallery “Dua Di Jalur Kiri” (Two in the Left Lane) is an exhibition featuring the unique works of I Made Somadita, a young aspiring Balinese artist. This is Somadita’s third solo exhibition. Jl. Pantai Purnama Br. Pala, Sukawati. Call: 298120 Now – September 15

BIASA ArtSpace BIASA ArtSpace, is presenting the first solo show in Asia for Italian artist Angelo Bellobono. The exhibition titled “Eastside, The Journey” features the works from his previous projects, together with his latest creations conceived in Indonesia. Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 34. Call: 8475766

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August 28 – September 26 Kendra Gallery “Unnatural Selection” is an exhibition presenting the works in the form of paintings, objects, ceramics, and mixed media by Nadia Savitri, Desziana Machmud, Irman A. Rahman and Dedi Setiawan. Curated by Rizki A. Zaelani. Jl. Drupadi No.88 B Basangkasa, Seminyak. Call: 736628 Now – October 4 Jenggala Keramik An exhibition featuring images of Bali in the 1930’s from the pages of Life Magazine by Horace Bristol. Comprised of pictures taken by the esteemed photographer in 1939 and published as LIFE's first international story in 1940. Jl. Uluwatu II – Jimbaran. Call: 703311 August 23 – September 9 Hanna Artspace Inspired by the phenomena of water drops, Stephan Max Reinhold shows the magical process never perceived by the human eye in his solo exhibition titled “Visual Spa”. Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Ubud. Call: 736751 www.hannaartspace.com.


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Selection

Unnatural Selection” is a group exhibition featuring the works of artists Dadan Setiawan, Desziana Machmud, Irman A. Rahman, Nadia Savitri and curated by by Rizki A. Zaelani. In this exhibition the artists have been encouraged to scrutinize the city and urban landscape around them and visualize their perception of how this environment relates to them. This exhibition also acts as a response to Piet Mondrian’s “Curves Are So Emotional” exhibition, which illustrated his views of natural balance with a modern perception. All artists involved in the exhibition,

in their own way continue Mondrian’s view, continuing the visual dialogue regarding nature’s balance. Date : August 28 – September 9 Venue : Kendra Gallery Jl. Drupadi No. 88B Basangkasa, Seminyak Tel : 736628/736629 Email : kusuma@kendragallery.com Web : www.kendragallery.com

Revelation I

Made Arya Palguna’s exhibition titled “Revelation” leans on the definition of a revelation as a transcended premonition of a holy person, gained through spiritual meditation. Palguna in a way has shifted the spiritually religious explanation to correspond with his own meditative artistic reawakening, which has resulted in the artistic pieces he showcases in this exhibition. The exhibition is also a mark into Palguna’s latest endeavor in recreating himself through a new artistic venture after a decade of existence in the world of art.

Date : Venue : Tel : Email : Web :

August 17–September 17 Tonyraka Art Gallery Jl. Raya Mas 86, Ubud 974538/7816785 tonyraka@gmail.com www.tonyrakaartgallery.com

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The World is My Stage

TAN LIOE IE tanlioeie@yahoo.com 08179793724

Conceptual Basics

Tan Lioe Ie is recognized as one of Indonesia’s highly esteemed poets, originating from Bali and well known for being the first Indonesian poet to explore the rituals and myths of ancient China, and presenting them through poetic form. Tan’s poetic word play is strong with ethnic influences, yet has a common allure which is easily understandable by many. Understanding that his poems would reach a much wider audience by choreographing a performance complete with various stage elements such as music, dancers and performers, he has elevated simple poetry into creative stage acts, much easier to comprehend than a simple read through.

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Performances

First and foremost, Tan Lioe is a poet, and many of his verses have been printed in different media such as Bali Post, Kompas, Media Indonesia, Bonsai’s Morning, Bali The Morning, and he has released a collection of his poems in his book “Malam Cahaya Lampion“(Night of the Lamp Light). He recently performed at the Sanur Village Festival 2010 with his band Bali Puisi Musik. This year Tan also performed at Malam Puisi Bentara Budaya and Pesta Kesnian Bali 2010, all at Denpasar. He has recently released an album comprised of his poems, accompanied by Blues Rock rhythms entitled “Exorcism”.


SOFT OPENING! SOFT OPENING! SOFT OPENING! SOFT OPENING!

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art AGUNG RAI MUSEUM OF ART (ARMA) J - 11

One of the most distinguished galleries in Bali, where you can see works by some of Bali’s celebrated names like Spies, Bonnet, Hofker and Affandi. They also hold high profile events such as national art competitions and rotating exhibitions. Jl. Bima Pangosekan Ubud (62) 0361 974 228 F: (62) 0361 974 229 www.nusantara.com/arma

ALILA UBUD GALLERY

Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan (62) 0361 975 963 F : (620 0361 975 968 www.alilahotels.com Exhibitions on monthly rotation.

ANTONIO BLANCO RENAISSANCE MUSEUM

Dedicated to the life and work of famed Philippino artist Antonio Blanco, the space includes his original studio, gardens and family temple. Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud (62) 0361 975 502 www.blancobali.com

ART CORNER C-5

A new and original art exhibition concept, presenting one unique piece of art at a time, in a jewelry box like display. Specialised in Tree Trunk sculptures, by Balinese Master Artists. Open 7 days a week from 9am to 10:30pm at WARISAN Gallery Jl. Raya Kerobokan 38, Kuta Seminyak email: artcornerbali@yahoo.com

BALE SENI @ KAMANDALU RESORT & SPA

Jl. Tegallalang, Br. Nagi Ubud, Bali (62)361 975825 F : (62) 361 975851, www.kamandaluresort.com Email : sales@kamandaluresort.com

BIASA ART SPACE

Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 34 Kuta (62)361 7442902, 8475766 F : (62) 361 730766, www.biasaart.com Email : info@biasaart.com

CASA ISEABO

Jl. Laksmana 22A, Seminyak. (62) 0361 7856418 Open Tuesday to Sunday from 1pm-10pm

DANES ART VERANDA

Jl. Hayam Wuruk 159, Denpasar 80235 (62) 0361 250037, F :(62) 0361 242588 / (62) 0361 242 659 E: thegallery@popodanes.com Local and regional artists, rotating exhibitions

GAYA FUSION OF SENSES

BTDC AREA, Block P, Nusa Dua (62) 0361 774 935 Open daily 10am-6pm

GANESHA GALLERY N - 2

Jalan Pantai Purnama,Banjar Pala, Sukawati (62) 0361 298 120 F : (62) 0361 298120 8am – 8pm. rotating exhibitions featuring both local and international artist and a range of media. parosarthouse@yahoo.com

Features local and international artists based in Indonesia, often very high profile. Frequent openings. Open from 10-6pm. Four Seasons Hotel Jimbaran (62) 0361 701 010 code# A40

HEART SPACE & MANAGEMENT

Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera 100, Jimbaran Bali, IndonesiaPhone : +62 361 708897Website : www. heartspacebali.com (under construction)

Jenggala Gallery N- 5 A cozy place to enjoy arts by selected local and international artists.Jl. Uluwatu II – Jimbaran, Bali 62 (361) 703311 F: 62-361-703312 www.jenggala.com KENDRA GALLERY OF CONTEMPORY ART

Jl. Drupadi No. 88 B Basangkasa Seminyak-Bali 0361 736628

KLINIK SENI TAXU GALLERY

Jl. Gunung Rinjani IX A no 8 Denpasar +361 482 593 Email: taxu_klinikart@telkom.net taxu_klinikart@yahoo.com This new gallery, run by a young team of art enthusiasts, has regular monthly shows in a great space and supports upcoming Indonesian artists.

KOMANEKA GALLERY G - 10

Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud (62) 0361 976 090 F : (62) 0361 977 140 www.komaneka.com A fine art gallery that focuses on young, mainly local artists with higher education in the arts, who may have studies abroad. gallery@komaneka.com

KRANE GALLERY

Main Road Lungsiakan, North Ubud. (62) 0361 975440. Krane Gallery is open 7 days a week from 8am to 10pm and is located next to Fly Café on the main road in Lungsiakan Ubud.

CAFE LALAT

Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Kompleks Sanur Raya 20-21 (62) 0361 285249 F : (62) 0361 285249 Display on personal Darga’s Collection

#8 Jalan Raya, Ubud 081338565962 Presently Showing... American Graffiti...from the AWR krew L.A. and Insight and Scam out of Toronto Canada... Pop Canvases, Gambling Boards from Bali and original handpainted Indonesian Movie Posters from Jakarta. Last but not least... the Low Art movie Theater... Any Movie Any Time... viewers choice...now watch some movies!

Franklin Lee Art GalleryJl.

MAHAART GALLERY

DARGA

Laksmana, No. 34a Kuta. BaliFranklinLee@siliconjungle.net

GAJAH MAS GALLERY J - 10

Gajah Mas Gallery has a quality selection of traditional n modern Balinese paintings. Jl. Hanoman at Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud (62) 0361 976 283

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MUSEUM PASIFIKA

High concept space featuring major exhibitions by both international and local artists featuring contemporary art, paintings, performance, installations and sculptures. A real centre for the arts. Jl Raya Sayan Ubud (62) 0361 979 252/253 F : (62) 0361 975 895 www.gayafusion.com

Club House Bali Beach Golf Course Jl. Hang Tuah 58 Sanur, Bali 80032 +62 361 289566 F : +62 361 285488 Email : mahaartgallery@yahoo.com

MATA GALLERY

Jl. Basang Kasa No.215, Legian (62) 0361 737 243 Contemporary locally based artists, with new exhibitions every one or two months.

ORACLE GALLERY

Jl. Raya Sanggingan UbudOpposite Uma Hotel

PAROS GALLERY

SIKA CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY

Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud (62) 0361 975 727/084 www.sikagallery.com

RANDELLI GALLERY

Jl. Raya Seminyak Contemporary mix of pop, figurative and abstract art by young established artists both international and local. Just drop in, you’ll be impressed.

RUDANA MUSEUM L - 13

Peliatan, Te 1 975 091 www.rudana.com Boasts an excellent collection of Balinese and other Indonesian fine arts by the likes of I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Affandi, Supono and Antonio Blanco.

RICHARD MEYER CULTURE B - 12

Jl. Petitenget 200XX Kerobokan - Bali (62) 0361 7445179 www.richardmeyerculture.com gallery@richardmeyerculture.com Gallery featuring vernacular, vintage and international fine art photography. Open by appointment only Happening : Vintage, Vernacular and Fine Art Photographs of Indonesia n Thailand mostly early 20th century through 1970 taken by both professional and amateur photographers, some collections of Fine Art Photographs by Rama Surya are shown as well.

Salim Gallery

Jl. Laksmana/Oberoi # 29 Seminyak – Bali

SENIWATI GALLERY

Jl. Sriwidari 2B Ubud, Indonesia (62) 0361 975 485 www.seniwatigallery.com Seniwati supports and showcases women artists and also houses a shop where crafts can be bought, some of them by artists who exhibit in the gallery.

TONY RAKA GALLERY

JL. Raya Mas Ubud No. 86 Bali 62-361/ 974-538) info@tonyartgallery.com

THE FRENCH INSTITUTE | ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE – DENPASAR

Alliance Française Denpasar is a cultural centre, language school and medialibrary, part of an international network and working with the French Cultural Network and Embassy in Indonesia. Promoting French and local arts and artists (contemporary art, exhibitions, performances, film screenings, literature, etc.) and specialist in French and Indonesian teaching. Free events and hot spot. Open mon-fri 10-7pm. Jl. Raya Puputan I, n° 13A Renon - Denpasar (62) 0361 234 143 www.afdenpasar.org / info@afdenpasar.org


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EN’sation is a health-conscious massage therapy firm that provides an unforgettable experience using a range of professional massage services. Offering a full list of affordable, therapeutic massage treatments focusing on relaxation and aromatherapy, many advantages you will find with ZEN’sation include US-licensed trainers for all ZEN’sation therapists, to ensure highest quality treatments and procedures. All treatments are at an affordable price and use: non-fragranced essential oils to avoid unhealthy chemical or allergic reactions, precise water treatments that utilize a carbon filter, automatic chlorine feeders, daily ozone treatments to all equipment, hygienic laundry and fresh sheets for each client. A sensational new concept uses the Tiger Striped Clam shell, the first and only spa in Indonesia and 6th in the world to offer

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such a treatment. Enjoy their signature massage: Shell’sation of Warmth; a full body massage combined with a warmed tiger striped clam shell treatment to create deep penetrating heat for the relief of muscle tension and ultimate relaxation (500K++/120 minutes). Nature Zen’sation is a full body massage using natural products (375K++/120 minutes). Sweet Ocean Sprinkle is a full body massage followed by the application of oil and salt droplets (300K++/120 minutes), or you could try the Zen Fusion (300K++/120 minutes); another full body massage combination of Swedish, Shiatsu and Thai modalities. ZEN’sation Jl. Sunset Road No. 10 Kav 7 Kuta. www.zensationbali.com 0361 765399


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KISS VILLA BALI celebrating life, passion and artistic design

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he KISS Villas encompass fashionable luxury accommodation with acute attention to design and style. Their philosophy is simple: anyone who stays with them should feel like a VIP rock star, a fashion icon, a celebrity designer or a high roller. This private villa incorporates a truly metropolitan chic design aesthetic and blends it tastefully with the rich tropical Bali milieu. Kiss Bali villa provides guests with convenient living within a range of options including One Bedroom Villas (Villa Kenangan, Villa Impian 1 and Impian 2) which come in two different and distinctive styles featuring unique designs fashioned for couples and honeymooners seeking to spend intimate time together in a tropical chic environment. The Two Bedroom Villas (Villa Seindah 1, Villa Seindah 2 and Villa Surga) are designed to accommodate the needs of a small family or group of friends. The villas, each with their own unique design, are an exercise in exquisite space and functionality, while the Three Bedroom Villa (Villa Cium) aims to define the standard for opulent Bali chic villa accommodation. This villa was designed specifically for the enjoyment of social interaction, be it with family, friends or a combination of both. As with all the KISS villas, the three bedroom complex enjoys open plan architecture that allows guests to soak in the beauty of their private manicured garden and swimming pool. The Published Rate for a I bedroom deluxe suite is USD 420++ to USD 500++, 2 bedroom suite is USD 470++ to USD 550++ and 3 bedroom USD 670++ to USD 800. Check out the website for a full list of season rates and periods.

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KISS VILLA BALI JL. Cendrawasih No 99X Petitenget Kerobokan Tel. 8691788 www.kissbali.com


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RESTAURANTS Bali offers all styles of dining options from budget to fine-dining. (Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. Whatson@beatmag.Com)

ANTIQUE RESTAURANT

Pan Asian cooking with an alternative, creative twist. From 6pm Jl.DhyanaPura, Abimanyu Arcade #7 : 730907 F-739840 Seminyak Map I - 5

ANANTARA SOS

Jl. Padma Legian, Kuta : 760070 Kuta Map A - 3

BIKU

Eat, Drink, Read, Lounge Jl. Petitenget 888, Kerobokan : 8570 888

Thai Restaurant • Kuta Sea side food center (Kuta Beach) : 8751 667 Bali Rich Villa Seminyak : 731 468 www.cupumanikthairestaurant.com Seminyak Map E - 6

BUBBA GUMP

DELI EXPRESS

Wild Orchid – Neo Authentic Thai Cuisine overlooking Seminyak beach and the ocean. Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : 737773

The restaurant based on the movie Forrest Gump. Lots of Shrimp and fun on the menu. Jl. Kartika Plaza 8x : 754028 Kuta Map I - 3

AROMAS

BUNUT CAFE & BAR

Garden setting and healthy vegetarian dining make this Kuta restaurant very popular. Jl. Legian Kelod, Kuta : 761113 Kuta Map C - 4

ART CAFE

Casual and relaxed dining

Jl. Saridewi No. 17 Seminyak : 736751 Seminyak Map G - 3

ARY’S WARUNG

Very stylish dining in Ubud’s center. International fine dining. Jl. Raya Ubud : 975053 Ubud Map E - 10

BAKER’S CORNER

Cafe & Bakery Jl. Teuku Umar 173 Denpasar 243861

BALE BALI

Chinese Indonesian cuisine in traditional setting. Jl. Kunti No. 4 BB Seminyak, Kuta - Bali : 732731 Seminyak Map G - 7

BALI SAFARI - TSAVO LION

Enjoy unforgetable animal encounters and live entertainment at your romantic dinner Jl. Bypass Prof.Dr.Ida Bagus Mantra Km19,8 Gianyar www.balisafarimarinepark.com : 9500 000 / 081936224888

BATAN WARU

Traditional, stylish eatery famous for its International / Indonesian cuisine. The new look and bigger sized now available. Jl. Dewi Sita Ubud : 977528 Ubud Map E - 11 After the success of Ubud they have opened in Kuta. Indonesian, International Jl. Kartika Plaza : 766303 Kuta Map I - 3

BC LOUNGE-BAR

Retro interior concept Jl. Teuku Umar 173 Denpasar 243861

BIANCO

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CUPUMANIK

Pizzas, steaks and poolside dining in the gardens of Kuta’s White Rose Hotel. White Rose Hotel Jl. Legian, Kuta : 756515 Kuta Map E - 6

BUNUTE RESTAURANT

Jl. Dewi Sita, Ubud-Bali : 972 177 Ubud Map F - 11

BLOSSOM

Blossom has a fun and vibrant atmosphere with reasonably priced modern cuisine. Open from 8am-through to midnight. Jl. Pura Telaga Waja.Petitenget seminyak.Bali 80361 Indonesia : +62 361 730333 Seminyak Map E - 2

BLUE FIN

Ultra modern fusion cuisine combining the best of Japan with innovative touches in sophisticated setting. Jl. Kartika Plaza : 763100) Kuta Map I - 4

BLACK CANYON COFFEE

Get selection of foods, beverage, bakes, and pastries. Free Internet Hot Spot Jl. Pantai Kuta (Next to Rosso Vivo), Jl. Pantai Kuta, Jl. Legian Kuta Map D - 2

CHANDU @ DELICIOUS ONION

Welcome you to Bali! Love, Peace and Happiness to All.Chicken rice & our other favourites. Jl. Drupadi (Corner of Dyanapura), : 081 377 89 4243 Seminyak Map H - 4

Interesting Indonesian finer dining concept.

Jl. Petitenget No. 9, Kerobokan Seminyak : 889 3271 Seminyak Map B - 4

DIVINE WONDERLAND

Quirky restaurant and bar with an Alice in Wonderland theme. The bar upstairs is ok too.

Jl. Laksama, Oberoi Seminyak : 730759 Seminyak Map C - 3

DI MARE, KARMA KANDARA

EIKON

Stylish colonial design with a tasty, eclectic menu. Jl.Laksamana Oberoi Seminyak : 736 484 | 780 1515 Seminyak Map F - 3

Restaurant - Bar - Lounge Jl. Legian No.178 Kuta Bali : 750701 F : 756412 Kuta Map E - 5

CASA GOURMET

Views of Bali’s stunning sunsets and a selection from our cool and creative cocktail list and relaxing tunes will help you to kick back and watch the sun go down. After sunset, enjoy a relaxing dinner feasting on one of their great grill or pasta dishes or enjoy a stone hearth oven cooked pizza. Jl. Wana Segara 33 Tuban, www.envy-bali.com +62 361 752 527 Kuta Map J - 3

International flavours from Panino to North Indian Curry in a serene wantilan/courtyard environment. Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud. : 975395 Ubud Map G - 10

FRESH

Delicious Japanese cuisine. Sushi set from 45k free wifi Pick up your Discount Card Jl. Laksamana Oberoi 736 834

Seminyak Map F - 2

GABAH RESTAURANT Traditional Balinese Cuisine 751864

GADO GADO

GIORGIO ITALIAN CUISINE

DEGAN CAFE

CAFE BALI

CINTA GRILL & INN

Jl. Arjuna No. 88x Seminyak : 737400 Fax : 737408 Seminyak Map K - 4

Seminyak Map C - 3

Jl. Petitenget No. 27 C, Kerobokan Seminyak-Bali : 847 5461

Seminyak Map F - 2

Cafe bistro lounge, and hot spot meeting point Jl.Kunti I No 18-Sunset road Seminyak-Kuta-Bali Email: balichatcafe@yahoo.co.id : 732 303 | 738 707 Seminyak Map G - 8

FLYING FISH

Great seafood dining right next to the beach on Blue Ocean strip.

Fine international dining right on Seminyak Beach. Jl. Gado Gado 99 : 736966 Seminyak Map I - 3

Jl. Villa Kandara, Br Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan : 8482222, F: 8482244 www.karmakandara.com

CHAT CAFE BALI

Sanur Map L - 4

Philippine food incl crispy pork.

CRISPY PATA

Seminyak Square Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak - Bali : 738 029

Seminyak Square Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak - Bali : 738026

Jl. Cemara 27 Sanur, : 287882

ENVY

FLAPJAKS

House of pancake and home made gelato

Complex Kuta Sidewalk-Kartika Plaza Street, Kuta : 763100 Kuta Map H - 4

A true Italian treats.... The Result speaks for itself !! Open for lunch & dinner Jl. Pratama No.68X Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua Bali : 773 577 Giorgio@astonbali.com Jimbaran Map N - 7

GOLDEN CENTURY

Noodle, Dim Sum, Barbeque Discovery Shopping Mall Kartika Plaza Kuta, Bali : 0361 769755

GRACIE KELLY’s

Open from 11am for lunch & dinner serving the best traditional Irish pub grub in town! Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta. : 752403 Kuta Map J - 2

GREEN HOUSE

Pertiwi Resort & Spa. Monkey Forest Road in the center of Ubud. www.pertiwiresort.com E: pertiwi@indosat.net.id : 978 189 F: 975 559 Ubud Map G-9

GROTTO CAFE & BAR.

Internet cafe in Ubud open 9am to 2am. Western food & local favorites. Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud. : 081 339 857 377 Ubud Map J-12

HARD ROCK CAFE

International and American style food while rocking your socks off. Jl. Pantai Kuta. : 755661 Kuta Map G - 3

HARD ROCK HOTEL

See Starz Diner Jl. Pantai, Kuta. : 761869 Kuta Map G - 3


RESTAURANTS Bali offers all styles of dining options from budget to fine-dining. (Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. Whatson@beatmag.Com)

Harry Juku Restaurant & Bar

International flavours offering Bali’s best value dining experience in a truly remarkable setting. Open from 11am : (62) 0361 732 884 info@harryjuku.com www.harryjuku.com Jalan Raya Petitenget 919 Seminyak Seminyak Map D - 1

HOME

Cafe-Coffee-Bar-Boutique Jl. Laksamana Oberoi no. 3 : 8620455 Seminyak Map F - 3

HU’U NUTMEGS

Serving fine dining cuisine in elegant garden surroundings. Open for lunch and dinner. Jl. Oberoi Petitenget : 736443 Seminyak Map F - 3

HARRIS CAFE

A modern and stylish designed restaurant overlooking the swimming pool. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the café serves Intl, Oriental cuisines and Indonesian specialties. Live performances including Jazz, ethnic dance and DJ are regular features at sunset time. Harris Resort Kuta Jl. Pantai Kuta : 753 868 Kuta Map D - 3

IFIORI

Never Been In Italy? Dont Worry... CHEF LUIGI will take you there. Ifiori is the place for authenthic Italian Food. Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta next to Waterbom 750 175/750 158 Kuta Map J - 3

JAZZ BAR N GRILL

Serves up wholesome fare with a large dash of quality jazz. Jl. By Pass : 285892 Sanur Map A - 3

JAZZ CAFE

Intl. Indonesian lunch & dinner Jl. Tebesaya, Ubud 976594 Ubud Map F - 12

JEMME CAFE

International lunch & dinner with a quirky stylish decor. Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan 732392 Seminyak Map C - 3

JP’S WARUNG CLUB

This central Seminyak restaurant serves international food at very reasonable prices with nightly live music. Jl. Dhyana Pura 6 : 731622 Seminyak Map H - 6

KAIZAN

Japanese, Korean open for lunch and dinner Jl. Lesmana, Oberoi Seminyak Map F - 4

KAMA SUTRA

International cuisine with rockin flavours. Billiard lounge upstairs, open daily from 7pm. Jl. Pantai Kuta : 761999 Kuta Map C - 2

KARMA STEAKHOUSE, KARMA JIMBARAN

Great steaks and other meats on offer in stylish surroundings Jl. Bukit Permai, Jimbaran Bay : 708848, F: 708801 www.karmajimbaran.com

KHAIMA

Morrocan restaurant, Shisa Lounge & Bar, open for lunch & dinner, belly dancers every Friday & Saturday from 9pm. Jl. Laksmana : 7423925 Seminyak Map F - 4

KLAPA

Bali International event & pleasure venue Jl. New Kuta Beach Pecatu Indah Resort Jimbaran-Bali : 8480703

KOPI BALI HOUSE

Great International style cafe bistro in Sanur. Modern facilities meeting room. From 7.30am-11pm. Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 405E, Sanur 270990 Sanur Map L - 3

KOPI POT

Watch the world go by from our garden terrace or sip a cold drink after shopping at our friendly LONE PALM BAR. Enjoy our brand new menu and those famous homemade cakes and desserts. 8 am till midnight. PRIVATE PARKING Jl. Legian near The Golden Arches North Kuta : 752614 Kuta Map A - 5

KORI

An international restaurant right in the middle of Kuta with all your favourites dishes. Poppies Lane 2 : 758605 Kuta Map E - 4

KUNI’S

Japanese restaurant. Fresh and delicious. Jl. Laksmana 80 : 730501 Seminyak Map F - 3

KUDETA

Fine dining on the beach with a world class act. Jl. Oberoi 9, Seminyak : 736969 Seminyak Map G - 2

LA PERGOLA FUSION & LOUNGE BAR

Excellent International & ASIAN FUSION CUISINE, set in a serene ambience.Open 11 am-Midnight Deliveries available. Jl. Petitenget 99X Kerobokan, Kuta,Bali : 8042027 Seminyak Map D - 2

LA SAL

Spanish Food & Lounge serving excellent tapas and authentic Spanish cuisine. Specialising in great grilled meats. Open for lunch and dinner. Jl. Drupadi II no 100, Seminyak : 738321 Seminyak Map H - 5

LE SPOT

open from: 6pm-11pm Jl Cemara 35 Sanur - Bali : 288 009

MOZAIC

Famed throughout the land this restaurant is a must for all foodies. Jl. Raya Sanggingan : 975768 Ubud Map A - 7

MYKONOS

Open daily 7am-11.30pm. Nice outdoor cafe with plenty of choice. Jl. Kunti 117x, Seminyak : 738686 Seminyak Map G - 7

Greek restaurant. Jl. Laksamana 52 Oberoi, : 733253 Seminyak Map F - 3

MACCARONI

NERO BALI

A stylish and energetic atmosphere with the finest contemporary Italian cuisine, live music and funky tunes. Jl. Legian No.52 : 754662 Kuta map F - 5

MA JOLY

Fine dining experience on the beach featuring French cuisine. Jl. Wana Segara Tuban : 753708 Kuta Map K - 1

MANNEKEPIS

Belgian Jazz-Blues Bistro Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 2 : (0361) 8475784. Fax(0361) 8475785 email : info@mannekepis-bistro.com www.mannekepis-bistro.com Seminyak Map G - 6

MAYA SAYANG

Japanese cuisine, Sushi and various drinks. Jl. Mertasari No. 1 Seminyak-Kuta : 732230 Fax : 730587 Seminyak Map F - 4

METIS Restaurant and Gallery

The new location for Doudou and Said’s Kafe Warisan serving delicious fine dining French. Petitenget No.6 Kerobokan +62 361 737 888 or info@ metisbali.com

MEZZANINE RESTAURANT Excellence International cuisine Exceptional Flavors for Authentic Thai, Sushi Bar, Teppayaki Daily

Mediteranean restaurant in downtown Kuta,20+ Pasta Dishes Grill Meat Fillets and seafood Original Mediterranean dishes - Dipsand Breads - Dessert Cocktails and Illy Coffe Cigars and Desert Wines Jl. Legian 384 : 750756 Kuta Map C - 5

NEW YORK Sports Bar & Diner

American Foods, Slamming Drinks, Favorite Sports, Total Madness...All under one roof FREE WI FI. 10am - late Discovery Shopping Mall MG # 47 Kartika Plaza Kuta,Bali P: 0361 769822

NURI’s WARUNG

Naughty Nuri’s Warung & Grill Ubud, Bali : 977547 Ubud Map A - 7

OSTERIA TELESE

Cucina Italiana Jl. Lermana No 14, Kerobokan - Kuta - Bali Email : telesebali@hotmail.com. Reservation : : 0361 734566 Ubud Map A - 7

OCEANS 27

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RESTAURANTS Bali offers all styles of dining options from budget to fine-dining. (Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. Whatson@beatmag.Com) Kartika Plaza Kuta, Bali : 0361 765027

PANDORA

Ristorante Italiano - casual and cool dining in the garden setting. Jl.Petitenget,Bali : 7474637 Seminyak Map D - 1

PARADISO

Italian, Japanese, American Jl. Kartika Plaza 8X,Kuta : 758880 Kuta Map I - 4

Jl. D. Tamblingan #150 Sanur 288473 Sanur Map G - 4 Ryoshi Ubud Jl. Raya Ubud 972192 Ubud Map G - 4

cuisines Happy hours from 5pm to 9pm JL. Padma Utara Legian : 76 76 88 F:75 62 01 Kuta Map ref. A - 3

SASA’ RISTORANTE

SOHO

ITALIANO-Caffetteria Authentic Italian “Live Seafood” Fresh Lobster, Vongole,Sea Urchin , etc. Enjoy Free Wi-Fi Jl. Laksmana 78, Oberoi : 736638, 081916610885 Seminyak Map F - 5

A New York style diner right in the middle of Eats Street. Burgers, Nachos, Steaks, etc all in ample sized portions and good value. Jl.Lesmana 12XX Seminyak : 737280 Seminyak Map F - 4

SARONG

SORRISO

Live on Giant Screen all F1 & MotoGP Races Every Week. Free Entry and Free Hot Spot Komplek Bali Galeria Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Kuta-Bali : 0361 757827 sm@planethollywoodbali.com Kuta Map H - 8

Every night is a total ‘Yum’ night featuring Will Meyrick’s delicious tastes and twists on South East Asian Cuisine in the opulent setting of this fine dining restaurant. : +62 361 737 809 +62 819 3601 8034 Jl. Petitenget No 19x Kerobokan Kuta Bali Seminyak Map D - 2

PIZZA CLUB

SATE BALI

PLANET HOLLYWOOD

New selection of organic salads, pastas, fresh bagels, bread and pizzas with wholewheat dough! Also a brand new, commercial pizza oven. Now their pizzas are even crispier, even tastier and even faster! Jl. Laksmana Seminyak Map F - 4

Delicious dining and Balinese cooking classes with chef I Nyoman Sudiasa, Former Executive Chef of Bali Intercontinental Resort and Hyatt Resort Bali. Jl. Laksmana 22A, Oberoi : 736734 Seminyak Map F - 1

POPPIES

SEGARA FRESH SEA FOOD

Tucked out of the way and serving the best flavours of Italy. Jl. Drupadi Seminyak : 738307 Seminyak Map H - 4

STADIUM CAFE

Fast Quality Food spot with live sports on the big screen every day of the week. Jl. Kartika Plaza : 763100 Kuta Map ref. H - 4

STARBUCKS CAFE

Now brewing strong coffee in Bali Discovery Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza-Kuta Kuta Map G - 4

STARZ DINER

Heaven in the heart of Kuta since 1973. Dine out beneath a canopy of flowers, amidst pools and waterfalls, anytime between 8 am-11 pm. Jl. Poppies Lane I, near Kuta’s Bemo Corner : 751059 Kuta Map F - 4

Enjoy the Indonesian & Chinese cuisine in the comfort of our indoor and outdoor Restaurant. Serving lunch and dinner. Open daily from 10.00am to 11.00pm On the Beach Front Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza Kuta, Bali : 769613 Kuta Map I - 3

The Hotel’s hip all day dining restaurant is inspired by the glamour Rock n Roll and serves contemporary Asian and downhome American cuisine Jl. Pantai Kuta : 761869 F : 761868 Kuta Map G - 3

RUMOURS

SEAFOOD HOUSE

TAO BALI

International flavours at great prices with a fantastic and vibrant atmosphere. Renovation in progress. Jl. Laksmana 100 Oberoi, : 738720 Seminyak Map F - 4

Imported live seafood restaurant with Malaysian & Hong Kong chefs. Jl. Kartika Plaza : 763 900 F : 763 200 / 762 700 Kuta Map I - 4

ROSSO VIVO

A breezy, tasty and cool spot by the beach, serving a wide variety of great food. www.seasidebali.com Double Six Beach : 737140 Seminyak Map L - 4

Fine Italian dining & lounge. Special Offer : Sunset Grill & Cocktail Start 5pm-7pm. Happy hours Local Beer & Bali Moon Cocktail (Buy 2 Get 1 For Free) Jl. Pantai Kuta : 751961 F 751962 Kuta Map F - 4

RYOSHI RESTAURANT

The longest established Japanese restaurant in town and still making some of the best. Ryoshi Bali Mall Galeria Jl. ByPass. Kuta . 751684. Map G - 8 Ryoshi Seminyak Jl. Raya Seminyak #15 731152 Map J-6 Ryoshi Kuta Bali Garden Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza Map I - 3 766 302i 116 | beatmag.com Ryoshi Sanur

SEASIDE

SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANT

A wide selection of favorites and entertainment amongst one of Bali premier golf courses. Jl. Hangtuah 58 Sanur : 287733 F: 285488 Sanur Map C - 4

SIAM SALLY

Fresh homestyle Thai in funky surroundings. Jl. Hanoman, Ubud. : 980777 Ubud Map I - 11

SKY BAR @ All Seasons Legian

OPEN : 24 hours 7 days Offers youngster atmosphere with Asian and International favorite’s

Timeless Thai food. Jl Pratama 96 Tanjung Benoa : 772902 info@taobali.com/www.taobali.com

TJ’S

Classic Californian Mexican. This is an old time Mex favorite in Kuta and still going strong. Gg. Poppies 1, 24 Kuta : 751093 Kuta Map F - 4

SUSHI DENSHA

Japanese Fusion and Lounge. The Only SUSHI TRAIN in Bali. Open daily from 11am with AC. Excellent food and atmosphere. Jln Legian(Behind Mama’s rest), Kuta-Bali. : 0361-763616 Kuta Map C - 4

SUKA SUKA

A new cozy east meets west restaurant and bar with live jazz every Friday from 7pm onward. Jl. Petitenget 88 Kerobokan-Bali : 0361 735933 Seminyak Map C - 4

SUKERTI’S RESTAURANT

International Greek cuisine just off the beach in Canggu. Jl. Pantai Berawa-Canggu : 0361 - 855 0056

THE RED SOUP BALI

This place serves up one dish and does it extremely well. Pertokoan Tuban Plaza 8 Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai : 764442

THE JUNCTION

Street side cafe serving sandwiches and salads and stylish evening dining. Renovation in full swing. Jl. Laksmana(corner of Laksmana and Cendana) : 0361 735 610 Seminyak Map F - 3

THE VIRA BALI

Jl. Kartika Plaza No. 127 South Kuta Beach, Kuta, Bali : 765700

THE VILLAGE Cucina Italiana

Authentic Italian Cuisine with Wine Cellar, Lounge-Bar, Private Dining Area Our specialty for fire wood pizza, Home made pasta Entertainment: Every Thursday Latino Live music performance Daily open from 11am -11pm Jl. Danau Tamblingan 47 Sanur Bali : 285 025 Map C - 11

TERAZO

Colonial modern styling with tasty international and Indonesian food. Jl. Suweta, Ubud : 978941 Ubud Map C - 11

TOBIA’S RISTORANTE

The Soul of Italian food in The Heart of Poppies Open 3pm - 11pm, except Monday (closed) Jl. Legian Gg. Benesari Poppies Lane, Kuta : 8689185

TRATTORIA

Cucina Italiana and very popular eatery. Menu changes daily. Next door enjoy lunch and pizzas. Jl. Laksmana, Oberoi Seminyak : 737082 Seminyak Map F - 4

TUGU HOTEL

Fine Dining Indonesian and Chinese cuisine in luxurious traditional surroundings. Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong Canggu : 731701

ULTIMO

Excellent Italian food at value for money prices. Garden and air conditioned settings and intimate dining area in the rear. Live music most nights. JL. Laksmana 104X : 738720 Seminyak Map F - 4

WARUNG EROPA

European and Indonesian food swerved in the newly renovated restaurant. Jl. Petitenget No.9D Kerobokan : 7471771 Seminyak Map C - 3


Bali Shops SKIN

3 SECOND & GREENLIGHT Clothing Store Jl. Teuku Umar 84 Denpasar-Bali

69 SLAM

Underwear & Lingerie next to Bintang Supermarket. 69slam Kayu Aya Jl. Kayu Aya no. 30 : 0361-9604170 69slam Seminyak Next to Bintang Supermarket Jl. Raya Seminyak 24A : 0361-9604172 69slam Legian Jl. Legian no. 58 In front Ground Zero : 0361-9604173

ANTIBEAUTY

Prepare for next freeze season... Jl. Waturenggong No.118 Denpasar www.anti-beauty.com

BIASA

Cotton, Silk, Jewellery, Silver Jl. Seminyak : 730945 Seminyak Map F - 6

Jl. Teuku Umar No. 84 Blok 3 : 255 465

Seminyak Square Blok-E1 Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak 80361 Bali : 9649096, 9604149 F: 738026

BLUE GLUE

Seminyak Map F - 1

Lady’s bikinis & swimwear, retail, wholesale. Available in surfshops around town. Jl. Double Six 10x : 732607 www.blue-glue.com Seminyak Map G - 6

BODY & SOUL

Fashion & Design Jl. Nakula Blok 3, : 737717 Legian-Bali Jl. Laksmana No. 38B : 734 929 Oberoi www.aphroditebali.com

BALI DELI

BY THE SEA

Jl.Kunti 117X Seminyak,Bali : 738686 F : 738687 Seminyak Map F - 5

BALI INKED

Australian owned tatto studio, come to our airconditioned sterilized studio and have Bali Number 1 tattooist FROGGY design your tattoo Jl.Kartika Plaza Kuta-Bali : 8055816 Kuta Map K - 2

BECIK Good

Jl. Dhyana Pura No.4X Seminyak Bali : 737816 Seminyak Map H - 5

CASA GOURMET

BLACK BERRY CITY

Women’s casual wear, New Collections Arriving every two weeks. Jl. Legian 162 : 750541 Jl. Raya Seminyak 16c : 733011 Kuta Square D27 : 755227 Kuta Map D - 4 Seminyak Map I - 15

APHRODITE

Duty Free Galleria, Sogo Nusa Dua. Sogo Discovery Mall, www.bytheseatropical.com

Resort Wear for Women, Kids & Men, Sandal Havaianas from Brazil Jl. Laksmana 20c-Oberoi DFS Bali Galleria-Simpang Siur Kuta Sogo Dep Store (Bali Collection & Discovery Shopping Mall) Centro depot store-Discovery Shopping Mall(Only Kids) Jl. Legian 186 Kuta Bali : 757775 Kuta Map E - 5

tropical life style

Jalan Raya Seminyak 32 0361 8475745 Raya Basangkasa 30 Seminyak 0361 730510 20c Kayu Aya ( Oberoi) St., 0361-732198 off price: 186 Legian St. Kuta, ph 0361.757.775

CELLULAR WORLD

The Biggest cellular shop in Bali. Selling mobile phones, PDA, accessories and gadgets with competitive prices. Make sure to buy mobile phone with original warranty and protected from damage and water splash Jln. Teuku Umar no 60 Denpasar : 239757

CONFESSION

Linen Clothing Centro Shooping Mall Bali confession_id@yahoo.com

CULT

Jl. Pantai Kuta 39 Banjar Pande Mas - Kuta : 0361 - 763 983 Jl Legian 193 - Kuta : 0361 - 751 849 Kuta Map G - 5, C - 4

CLIO

Seminyak Loft Apartements : +62(0)8 1755 0075

DISCOVERY SHOPPING MALL

New Shopping Mall right on the beach in Kuta, featuring top brand shops, department store, supermarket, restaurants, games for kids Jl. Kartika Plaza : 769629 Kuta Map I - 2

EMILY THE STRANGE

Jl. Seminyak, Bemo Corner Jl. Pantai Kuta Seminyak Map H-6, Kuta Map G-6

EIGHTEEN PEOPLE

Available at U-Grind, Mooks, Blue Groove, Fresh Jive and I.D. Store

FS MANAGEMENT

Catwalk Models, Photo Models, Host Jl. Tukad Unda I Barat No.9 Renon-Denpasar-80235-Bali : 8043339 www.fsmanagementbali.com

HIPPI CHIC LONDON

Hippi Chic Store Bali Jl. Raya Legian Kelod No. 396 Kuta Bali : 763563

JERK CLOTHING

Jl. Dewi Sartika 2B Kuta : 08123973408 Kuta Map L - 2

JUNGLE SURF

Surfwear, Boards, Skate, Shorts, Bikini, etc Jl. Legian, Jl Pantai Kuta Map B - 4, C - 3, H - 4

LITA GUNARDI & THE BACKYARD LOUNGE

Jl. Raya Kunti I, Seminyak-Bali : 738 000 Fax : 738 102 Seminyak Map G - 7

MERMAID

Surfer Girl Jl Legian 138 Kuta and Surfer Girl at Bali Collection,Nusa Dua Surf Factory Outlet at Simpang Siur Kuta

MINI MART

Jl. Kediri 36A Tuban, Bali , Indonesia : 759 113

MOOKS

Clothing Co.

MOD

Lifestyle Jewelry Designed & Craftedbeatmag.com | 117 Jl. Legian 1 & 2, Legian Arcade,


Bali Shops Kuta : 763 483 Kuta Map C - 4

Sexy Lingerie & Swim Wear Jl. Seminyak Seminyak Map I - 15

Jl. Raya Seminyak 38B : 743 1914 Jl. Raya Pantai Kuta 29 : 766 627 Jl. Basangkasa 32 : 732 582 Kuta Map G - 5 Seminyak Map F - 3

OAKLEY

POWER/BALANCE

NICO NICO INTIMO

Jl.Legian, Kuta Square Jl.By Pass Ngurah Rai No 774 Bypas Nusa Dua : 8480471 Kuta Map D - 4

ODYSSEYS

Surf School Mercure Kuta Hotel Jl. Pantai, Kuta-Bali 80361 : 767411 ext. 199 odysseysurfshcool@yahoo.com www.odysseysurfschool.com Kuta Map G - 3

PAUL ROPP

Hand Loomed Garments in Cotton, Silk, Embroidery, Beading and Primitive Design for men and women. Jl. Raya Seminyak Seminyak Map I - 6

PAUL’S PLACE

Offering fashion for the fuller figure in resort wear, as well as an eclectic array of artefacts and gifts Jl. Petitenget 147X next to Villa Lumbung Petitenget,Kuta : 733886 Seminyak Map D - 3

PEPITO

Jl/ Kediri No. 36A Tuban-Kuta : 759112

PURA VIDA

Caftan Etno, Elephant sketch, Mini Dress Jersey puravidafashion.com

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Power/Balance Has now arrived in south east Asia! Jl. Basangkasa 32 : 750 393

REEF INDONESIA

The Garage, Jl. Blambangan no. 67, Kuta, : 0361-762380

QUIKSILVER Jl. Raya Legian

RENEGADE REPUBLIC

Fashion-Footwear & Accessories Retail & Hwolesale Jl. Legian 480 Legian ,Bali : 8087385 Jl. Laksmana 69, Seminyak : 276 3115

RUSTY

Surf Clothing and Accessories including Trucker Caps, Beanie Hats, Belts, Key Rings, Lanyard. Jl. Legian

RIP CURL

Surf Clothing and Accessories Jl. Legian, Kuta Square, Jl. Melasti, Jl. Sunset : 0361 754455 Kuta Map C -4

SKIN

Unisex Clothing in Cotton, Silk and Linen, Silver Jewellery, Shoes and Bags Jl. Pantai Kuta No 29B Jl. Seminyak, : Kuta-765020

: Seminyak-733588 Seminyak Map H - 14

: 0856-1808804 Seminyak Map. K - 8

Jl. Raya Legian No. 40 Seminyak, Bali : 0361-735649 Seminyak Map I - 7

Jl.Kerobokan No 66 Kerobokan : 737217

SKUNKY CLUB

STUDIO 5 LIFESTYLE BOUTIQUE

Natural soap bar,imported wedding dresses, photo studio,custom floral art Ruko Goza Plaza Jl Abimanyu, Dhyana Pura, Seminyak : 8475794 Seminyak Map H - 4

STUSSY

Surf and Street Wear. Jl. Seminyak, Bemo Corner Jl. Pantai Kuta Seminyak Map H - 6 Kuta Map G - 6

SUICIDE GLAM

Collection of Rockabilly and Punk style clothing made for all dem punkers. Poppies Land Kuta Map E - 4

SURFER GIRL

Every girl’s dream. All the top surf wear labels under one roof including the signature Surfer Girl brand. Jl. Legian 138 Kuta Map G - 6

SYNERGY JIU-JITSU

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu teaches you how to effectively defend yourself against a bigger and stronger aggressor. www.synergyjiujitsu.com Jl. Nakula, Kawan Mini Mart 2nd floor, Kuta

THE WINE HOUSE

THE LOFT

Men’s fashions in chic simple designs. Jl. Laksmana 18B, Around The Corner From KU DE TA Seminyak, Kuta : 736910 Seminyak Map G - 2

TRE SHOP & FASHION POINT JL. Raya Seminyak No. 64 : 7919842

UDG

Skull Candy PT. UDG ASIA Authorized Skullcandy Distributor for Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore www.skullcandy-asia.com : +62-222-0101-61

ULUWATU

Handmade Balinese Lace Kerawang, Ladies Wear and Embroidery Jl. Legian, Jl. Bakungsari Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur

VOLCOM

Clothes and Accessories for Board Riders Kuta Square Jl. Legian Map ref. H - 4

YESBALI CREATIONS

Less 10%, 20%, 30% in all collection in August. Ladies and mens, before new collection in September Jl Mertanadi 52C Kerobokan 081-210632431 Seminyak Map D - 7


Live Music Venues APACHE BAR

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

MUSRO BALI

PEANUTS

Live Reggae music from some of Bali’s most righteous Rastas .Get down & toke the vibe! Bands start at 11pm, 20.000 entrance. Hours: 6pm – 2am Jl Legian 146, Kuta. : 761212 Kuta Map F – 6

For years, this place has been the place for fine food & jazz it’s a cool spot for music lovers with live bands every night & regular performances by Indonesia’s Jazz legends Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 15 - 16 : 285892 Sanur Map A - 3

A Lifestyle Entertainment Venue KTV Room & Daily Resident Dj FDC 50K Open : 8pm - late Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta : 0361 764582

Been around for ever and popular with the older Aussie tourists who like Bali the way it was Jl. Legian / Melasti Kuta Kuta Map B-4

BACIO Ambient-Music_Bites Jl. Double Six : 7424466 Seminyak Map B - 3

BALI ROCK CAFÉ Top 40 bands get down and grind at this fave for the Kuta tourist. Jl. Melasti : 754466 Kuta Map B - 3

CENTERSTAGE The Hard Rock Hotel bar and Centerstage has live Top 40 music every night as well as bringing in big name international acts & staging some of the biggest productions in town with dancers, fire shows, fashion etc. Hard Rock Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta. : 761869 Kuta Map G - 3

ESPRESSO BAR a long time popular live music spot in Kuta Main street Jl. Legian 83 : 752576 Kuta Map F – 5

GRACIE KELLY’S Irish food, good stout and entertainment are the soul of any Irish Pub and this one has them all in spades Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta. : 752403 Kuta Map J - 2

JAZZ CAFE UBUD The Jazz Cafe is now open Sundays from 6.00pm for cocktails, fine wine & dinner Jl. Tebesaya, Ubud : 976594 Ubud Map F - 12

World Music bar from Latin to Nu Funk. Hrs: Till Late Jl. Dhyana Pura : 730269 Seminyak Map I – 5

OCEANS 27

Live Top 40 bands four nights a week and special guests performers from around the country. Jl. By Pass Galeria : 757827 Kuta Map G - 8

SANTA FE

Been there for years with live music every night.9pm-1am Jl. Dhyana Pura : 731147 Seminyak Map I - 5

The Ultimate Galore by The Oceans27..... Oceans27 - Kuta’s elegant dining playground, fringed by the famed Kuta Beach; this restaurant (left wing) boast a dinning concept overlooks some of the best surf waves in the world, hence its name - Oceans27. Its predominant white decor fits well with their modern and nautical theme. Set on 2,000 square metres area of beachfront “bliss” Open : 11am - late Beach Front Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta : 0361 765027

A new cozy east meet west restaurant and bar with Live jazz every Friday from 7pm onward. Jl. Petitenget 88 Kerobokan-Bali : 0361 735933 Seminyak Map C - 4

KAMA SUTRA

SOS Lounge & Bar

This Indian styled live music DJ venue is packed most nights but especially on the weekends. Features mainly Indonesian pop stars plus some Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta : 761999 Kuta Map C - 2

Every Sunday from 5.30 pm– Afternoon Delights offers Jazz Bands performance by Yadi & friends with Special Cocktails Promotions Indulge and be taken on a magical culinary journey all part of a tasteful food concept at Anantara. Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : 737773

THE CAT AND FIDDLE

JAYA PUB Jaya Pub is one of the ol’ bastions of live music and good sounds in Seminyak. Fun & good times await in this classic venue Jl. Legian Kaja 2 Seminyak : 730973 Seminyak Map J - 7

JAZZY CAFÉ Does just what is says on the label...jazz & easy listening with an international menu Jl. Danau Tamblingan 27 : 289138 Sanur Map F - 5

KORI

Previously known as Exiles. Tues & Fri Open Mic Jam Session 8:30pm. Sat Top 40 Band & DJ 9pm

Kori offers live unplugged music two nights a week. Great stuff in a laid back space with tasty international cuisine. Jl. Poppies 2 : 758605 Kuta Map E - 4

HARD ROCK CAFÉ

MAYA SAYANG

If it rocks, it’s here. Intl. regional and national acts. grace the Hard Rock stage every night of the week. One of the biggest live music venues in town. Jl. Pantai Kuta. : 755661 Kuta Map G - 3

Live Jazz music by Tropical Transit Band Maya Sayang Bar & Restaurant Every Tuesday 20.00-22.30 Jl. Mertasari No. 1 Seminyak-Kuta : 0361 732230 Fax : 730587

GROTTO CAFE & BAR.

OBSESSION

PLANET HOLLYWOOD

OZIGO BAR UBUD Live Music Nightly & DJ Performance Jl. Sanggingan Ubud, Bali : 081 23679736 Ubud Map A - 7

PADI PADI Happy hour : 5-9 pm buy 1 get 1 free Heineken, cocktail, spirit Jl. Sunset Road No.88 Simpang Dewa Ruci, Kuta : 764788 Kuta Map C - 8

SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANT Check out the new Bar and Resto in Sanur, with business lounge, Pro Shop, and Live Music. Bali Beach Golf Course Jl. Hangtuah 58, Sanur : 236260, 287733 Sanur Map C - 4

SUKA SUKA RESTAURANT

“English/Irish Pub with live music. Every night.Live Irish band,every Sunday and Tuesday.” Classic pub food Jl. Cemara, Sanur : 0361-282218

THE SUNSET You can learn the tango or some yoga and Hip Hop for Children in this pleasant garden restaurant. Jl. Sari Dewi 17 : 736750 Seminyak Map G - 3

ZAPPAS Piano Bar and good times. Jl. Laksmana 54B : 7425534 Seminyak Map F - 3

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Regular Events Live music can be found all over town most nights of the week, in the bars, restaurants and clubs. Here’s where. [Send us your latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. whatson@beatmag.com]

Fridays ALL SEASONS LEGIAN

from 7pm-9.30pm Pasta night all you can eat. Selections of pasta in your own favourite sauce. Happy hours from 5pm-9.30pm.

ANANTARA SEMINYAK

SALSA SENSATION 5.30 pm - 8 pm. Sexy, hot, and energic ! Salsa sensations provides a professional salsa dance instructor, who performs and guides you through classic latino dance steps in a relaxed environment.

APACHE BAR

Andreaded Band, till 2am.

ART CAFE

Morris on guitar and vocals Charlie on guitar.

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

8pm Cocktail Mixology Rp. 149.000++/pax for 3 different cocktail @ The Bar

BACIO

Flavours, tempting cocktails and delicious tapas.

BOUNTY

Live music by Trio Vaganca, Open Mic, Mutiny Trio. Gogo Dancers.

BAHIANA

80’s music night with DJ Soma and DJ Jonas. Performing the music that takes you back to the age of classic disco & classic rock hits. Dress code may required.

BLUE EYES

Title : Beat Addicted Resident DJs Blue Eyes ( DJ Tika Luv, DJ Dede, DJ Anggie ) Coyote Ugly Band.

CENTERSTAGE

Jogadanz Band at 8.30pm.

DE JA VU

Wilson , Indra K.

DEEJAY CLUB

Resident DJs Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm-5.30am.

DOUBLE D

KAMA SUTRA

Band and DJ Woody and Wilson

KORI

unplugged by Traffic Blues,

Mannekepis

APACHE BAR

Local Vibration Band with fashion Show from Ajus, till 3am.

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

Live Music & Ronald Gang (70’s music: Rolling Stones, Beatles, Santana and Gary Moore).

8pm Trivia @ The Bar prizes to be won!! Free massage @ The Spa, free cocktail, free beer, many more…!!!

MACCARONI

BACIO

Maccaroni Reggae Night; Rasta Got Soul Jamming session with Sound Rebel Band.

MEZZANINE

With Frans the pianist 7-11pm.

MUSRO

Live band & cabaret starts at 9.30pm.

M BAR GO

Upper Level Loungin’ International guest DJs, progressive house, funky deep techno, trance. Upstairs lounge M Bar Go.

OCEANS 27

Daily Live DJ starts at 10pm, resident DJ Live music starts at 6.30pm – 9.30pm.

Bacio Fever Confessions on the dance floor.

BOUNTY

Lare Lare Drum Percussion (ala Brazil), live music by Trio Vaganca, open mic, Mutiny Trio. Go go Dancers.

BLUE EYES

at Sector Lounge 7 pm onwards. Ito Jazz Trio feat Dayu Gayatri Jam session by Kevin, etc... Hosted by Bali Jazz Community, Made Enny, Ito, Standly, Jeanie, Bayu etc Get free one bucket of golf balls for every ten buckets.

THE GROTTO

Starts from 10pm with top 40 dance.

SUNDAYS ANANTARA SEMINYAK

SUNDAY DELIGHT 5.30 pm – 8 pm. Indulge yourself and let us take you and your beloved ones on a magical experience for sunset along with our band Bady Quartet which play the hottest selection of chill out tunes.

Title: “Global Instinct” resident DJs Blue Eyes (Dj Anggie, Dj Tika Luv, Dj Dede ) Coyote Ugly Band.

BOUNTY

Anastasia & L’Nang.

Title : Rhythm Of Arts Resident DJs Blue Eyes ( Dj Tika Luv, Dj Anggie, Dj Dede ) Coyote Ugly Band.

DE JA VU

DEEJAY CLUB

Resident DJs Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm5.30am.

DOUBLE D

Ladies night, ladies music, chillout & DJ music after midnight.

BLUE EYES

CENTERSTAGE Cool Water Band.

International famous DJs from 10 pm till late.

Resident DJs D2, Dion, Romee, New Emotion Home Band. Sexy dancers and bartender show.

DE JA VU

OZIGO BAR UBUD

ENVY

Resident DJ’S Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm - 4.30am

SOS Lounge & Bar

Ladies Night. Free selected drinks for ladies from 10 till 12pm.

RUMOURS

SOFT (sound on Friday with Tude & Friends).

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm, Vaganza Bali Band 8pm-11pm, resident DJ - Extra hours 11 pm - 1am

SECTOR

Breeze Come on... Join with us... Swing after six with DJ Dayvee; one of the sexiest female DJs in Bali. She will BREEZE you up.. Combination swing on driving range after office hours and chill out music every Friday night... Starts from 7pm onwards only at SECTOR Bar - Restaurant Lounge & Event House Sanur Bali Info: Kayobi/Nanda/Triana 0361 287733 FREE entrance.

Djembe Drummers @ 5.45-6.30pm.

GRACIE KELLY’S

Live entertainment by Larassi Brothers.

GROTTO CAFE & BAR

Top 40 Band & DJ 9pm.

HARD ROCK CAFE ASIA SE7EN Band.

HU’U BAR

The disco fever weekend continues at Hu’u with DJs Yu Yu & Krisna.

IFIORI

Fire Dancer show starts @ 7.30pm.

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

DNA Band from 10pm, latest top 40 Music.

JAZZ CAFE UBUD

Anastasia & Fhie.

DEEJAY CLUB DOUBLE D

Resident DJs Dion, Romee New Emotion Home Band

ENVY

Djembe Drummers @ 5.456.30pm

HARD ROCK CAFE ASIA SE7EN Band

JAZZ CAFE UBUD

The Jazz Cafe is now open Sundays from 6.00pm for cocktails, fine wine & dinner

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

Koko Quartet from 10pm, invite you to jam session

JAYA PUB

Blues night with Bali Blues Band.

The Beach Band, singer Ninik & Dimas, Bonny at the piano bar,

KAMA SUTRA

KAMA SUTRA

ENVY

A new cozy east meets west restaurant and bar with live jazz every Friday from 7pm onwards.

THE GROTTO

MANNEKEPIS

GRACIE KELLY’S

Start from 10pm with A NOT BLUES.

GROTTO CAFE & BAR

Ambience Night with DJ Chillout. 7-11pm.

Resident DJs Dansdy, Dion, Romee New Emotion Home Band Sexy Dancer Bartender Show. Djembe Drummers @ 5.456.30pm. Live entertainment by Kintamani Shamrocks. Open mic jam session 8:30pm.

HARD ROCK CAFE ASIA LINE Band.

HU’U BAR

Let the Hu’u take you back in time with Resident DJs Yu Yu & Krisna spinning classic disco tunes guaranteed to get your toes tapping on the dancefloor! Dresscode: 70’s hippy chic!

IFIORI

2nd and 4th Friday of the month: Live DJ Perfomance. Party starts @ 11pm till Late.

JAZZ BAR & GRILL Ziv Band from 10pm.

JAZZ CAFE UBUD

Latin night with Compass band.

JAYA PUB

The Beach feat. Marlyn & 120 | Band beatmag.com Dimas, Guest band “Jerrald Band”

SUKA SUKA RESTAURANT

THE VILLAGE

Saturdays ANANTARA SEMINYAK

SOUNDSET 6 pm - 7pm. Designed for music lovers and broadcasted live on OZ Radio every Saturday from 6 pm to 7 pm with DJ Malik - perfect for all fashion lovers on the island! MUSIC IS MY TRUE LOVE BY RIO SIDIK (one of the world’s best trumpeters). Starts From 9.30 pm. Rio Sidik has appeared as a soloist with most of Indonesia’s top musicians including Indra Lesmana, Buby Chen, Erwin Gutawa Orchestra. Together with Saharadja, Rio has performed all over South Africa, Korea, China, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. Enjoy a diverse range of instruments played by Rio Sidik and friends only at SOS.

Resident band and resident DJ Woody. Live music, jazz or blues.

MACCARONI

Resident band

KORI

the stars of the silver screen.

MACCARONI

Resident DJs Erny & Angga. Maccaroni Balinese dance.

Sing along with Rock/Pop Live band performance by ASSASIN group.

MUSRO

OCEANS 27

Live band & cabaret starts at 9.30pm.

M BAR GO

Upper Level Loungin DJ Fadli (Sweden), DJ Leon Shady.

OCEANS 27

Daily Live DJ starts at 10pm, resident DJ live music starts at 6.30pm – 9.30pm

SOS Lounge & Bar

International famous DJs from 10 pm til late.

OZIGO BAR UBUD

Live music and DJ performance by DJ GOEZ.

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm , Compas Laino 8pm-11pm, resident DJ Extra Hours 11pm-1am.

SECTOR

Jazzy Swing every saturday night

Daily Live Dj start at 10pm by resident DJ Live music start at 6.30pm – 9.30pm

SOS Lounge & Bar

International Famous DJs from 5.30 pm– Afternoon Delights Jazz Bands performance by Yadi & friends

OZIGO BAR UBUD

Live Music and DJ Performance by DJ GOEZ

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm, Collaboration between Percussion and Dancer5pm-7pm, New performance ... Latin Musik & Ethnic of the andes Mountain by chalwanka start from 8pm-11pm

SECTOR

Swing and Sing ,The Essence of Music, Every Saturday Night, Start 07.30 pm, With Bali Blues Rhythm Band, Free Entrance


Regular Events Live music can be found all over town most nights of the week. In the bars, restaurants and clubs. Here’s where. [Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. whatson@beatmag.com]

Mondays ART CAFE

zio on vocal & bass dody on guitar & vocal dandu on violin

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

8pm Karaoke @ The Bar lets sing with our Breezes Bali Idol….

BOUNTY

Live Music by Trio Vaganca, Open Mic, Mutiny Trio Gogo Dancer

BLUE EYES

Dj Livan Dj Agung Doy Sexy Dancer Resident Djs Blue Eyes ( Dj Tika Luv, Dj Dede, Dj Anggie ) Coyote Ugly Band

CENTERSTAGE Nu Color Band

DE JA VU

L’Nang & Wilson

DEEJAY CLUB

Resident DJ’S Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm-4.30am

BACIO

Become an insider Aficionado cigar community

BLUE EYES

Resident Djs Blue Eyes ( Dj Dede, Dj Anggie, Dj Tika Luv )Coyote Ugly Band

CENTERSTAGE

Siluet Band at 8.30pm

DE JA VU

BACIO

Babes & Bubbles ladies nite cut

BOUNTY

Live Music by Trio Vaganca, Open Mic, Mutiny Trio Go go Dancer

BLUE EYES

CENTERSTAGE

Body Painting Competition, with Siluet Band

DEEJAY CLUB

DE JA VU

DOUBLE D

Resident DJs Dansdy, D2 New Emotion Home Band

HARD ROCK CAFE

Indra K & Yudi

DEEJAY CLUB

Resident DJ’S Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm-4.30am

DOUBLE D

ASIA LINE Band

Resident DJs Dion, Romee New Emotion Home Band Sexy Dancer

GROTTO CAFE & BAR

ENVY

Open mic jam session 8:30pm.

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

Thursday – Disco Glam 70’s, 80’s & 90’s. It’s the night of boogie with classic disco.

BOUNTY

Live Music by Trio Vaganca, Open Resident Djs Blue Eyes (Dj Anggie, Dj Mic, Mutiny Trio Go go Dancer Tika Luv, Dj Dede ) Coyote Ugly Band

Ifin & Yudi

Resident DJ’S Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm-4.30am

BACIO

Capoera start @ 9pm and Djembe Drummers @ 5.45-6.30pm

BC LOUNGE BAR

“Live Music” at 8.00pm onward

CENTERSTAGE

Siluet Band at 8.30pm

BLUE EYES

Sexy Dancer Resident Djs Blue Eyes (Dj Anggie, Dj Tika Luv, Dj Dede)Coyote Ugly Band

DE JA VU Fhie & Ifin

DEEJAY CLUB

Resident DJ’S Ion, Noldy, James Hendrik, Georgia Hours: 11.00pm4.30am

DOUBLE D

Resident DJs Dion, D2 New Emotion Home Band Sexy Dancer

Trans Band from 9pm, easy listening to latin and jazzy music

HARD ROCK CAFE

JAZZ CAFE UBUD

IFIORI

Fire Dancer show start @ 7.30PM

Capoera start @ 9pm and Djembe Drummers @ 5.45-6.30pm

JAYA PUB

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

HARD ROCK CAFE

HARD ROCK CAFE

JP’S WARUNG CLUB

JAZZ CAFE UBUD

Latin Grooves with Buena Tierra

Siztas ROCK the hu’u bar tonight from 9:30pm!!

IFIORI

KAMA SUTRA

KAMA SUTRA

IFIORIA

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

MUSRO

KAMA SUTRA

MACCARONI

DOUBLE D

Resident DJs Dansdy, Dion, Romee Sexy Dancer

ENVY

Kecak Dance Start @ 9pm Coolwaters Band

Live Jazz & Blues Start @ 8PM Bony’s Band from 9pm Resident band and in house DJ WIlson and Woody

MACCARONI

Maccaroni Chill n’ Brazil; Live performance Samba Dance, Sound of Brazil by Resident DJ. Caipirinha 40K all night long.

MEZZANINE

With Frans the Pianist 7-11pm

MUSRO

Daily live Dj by resident DJ start at 10pm

M BAR GO

Reggaeton & Dancehall, DJ Leon Shady, DJ Lazy Bone

OCEANS 27

Daily live Dj by resident DJ start at 10pm

OZIGO BAR UBUD

Bogie Quartet

The Beach Band feat Ninik & Dimas, Bonny at the Piano Bar Live Jazz w/ Bogie Quartet. Resident band, in house DJ Daily live Dj by resident DJ start at 10pm Free Style Sexy Fire Dance with resident DJ Erny.

MAYA SAYANG

Live Jazz music by Tropical Transit Band Maya Sayang Bar & Restaurant Every Tuesday 20.00-22.30

M BAR GO

Asphalt Jungle

OCEANS 27

Daily live Dj by resident DJ start at 10pm

OZIGO BAR UBUD

Live Music and DJ Performance by DJ GOEZ

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm, Compas Latino 8pm-11pm

Live Music and DJ Performance by DJ GOEZ

THE GROTTO

PARADISO

THE VILLAGE

Monday 10K Virus ..!!

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm, Vaganza Bali Band 8pm-11pm

RYOSHI RESTAURANT

Feast your ears on the mighty sounds of the Rio Quartet Jazz Jamz from 9pm

Tuesdays ART CAFE

We serve Argentine Asado on Tuesday nights starting at 8pm, a perfect ambience for a great tango practica-milonga.

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

8pm Bingo & Celebrity Head @ The Bar, prizes to be won…

start from 10pm with acoustic jam Soul Foul with DJ Reynald 7-11pm

WEDNESDAYS ALL SEASONS LEGIAN

BBQ Night, All you can eat from 7pm-9.30pm. Happy hours from 5pm-9pm

ANANTARA SEMINYAK

GROOVY SUNSET 5.30 pm - 8 pm. Our edition of ladies session, special promotion for ladies. Buy two get one free on selected cocktails and net price on our special busy finger menu.

ASIA LINE Band

RAG Band from 9pm, The funky and soulful band.

KORI

unplugged by Traffic Blues @8.30pm

MACCARONI

Maccaroni Ladies Night Out; Latin Music performance, FREE 1 Mojito for Ladies from 9 - 11pm.

MUSRO

Live band & cabaret start at .30pm

OCEANS 27

HU’U BAR

THURSDAYS

Unplugged at hu’u, Thursday night jam seassion with Rio Sidik and his band from 9pm till midnight.

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

Side Band from 9pm, Improvisation modern, jazz swing

JAZZ CAFE UBUD Funky Jazz

Daily live Dj by resident DJ start at 10pm

JP’S WARUNG CLUB

OZIGO BAR UBUD

KAMA SUTRA

SOS Lounge & Bar

KORI

Ladies Night Free Selected Drinks for Ladies From 22 00 Till 00 00 International Famous DJs from 10 pm till late Wild Orchid – Neo Authentic Thai Cuisine Taste Of Asia – Experience the delights and full flavors of Asian cuisine by joining our culture rich ‘Taste of Asia’ food promotion inclusive of innovative cooking stations. Every Wednesday from 7 pm onwards

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm , Collaboration between Percussion and Dancer 5pm-7pm, Mushroom Band 8pm-11pm

Thursdays ART CAFE

Art café screens selected art and/ or foreign films at 9 o’clock every thursday night.

ANANTARA SEMINYAK

Riddo on guitar roby on vocals

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

8pm Live Band @ The Bar

ASIA LINE Band

Flying without Wings” Resident Band Live Jazz & Blues Start @ 8PM and In house DJ Wilson & Woody.

THURSDAY INDUSTRY 5.30 pm - 8 pm. For hospitality and tourism industry on the island, get 15 % discount on selected cocktails and bottles.

ART CAFE

ENVY

8pm Karaoke @ The Bar

Funky Jazz with 4 Free Band Ladies Night, Resident Band and Resident DJ Wilson & Woody Thirsty Thursday

M BAR GO Bikini Show

MANNEKEPIS

Live Music & Jazz OR Blues

MACCARONI

Resident DJ’s Erny & Angga.

MUSRO

Live band & cabaret start at 9.30pm

OCEANS 27

Daily Live DJ start at 10pm Djing by resident DJ

OZIGO BAR UBUD

Live Music and DJ Performance by DJ GOEZ

ROSSO VIVO

Resident DJ 5pm-7pm , Nuevo Band 8pm-11pm

SECTOR

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ClUB . MUsic . Bars This is a list of music bars and dance clubs supplying drinks, music and comfortable surroundings. 88 CLUB BALI

Red Square Bar Flair & Fire Show Every Night at Midnight!! the Bar “is on Fire” JL. Pantai Kuta : 767540 Kuta Map C - 2

APACHE REGGAE BAR

If you are Dreadlock or Rastaman. This is your party,your to be ,Home and your Community Jl. Legian 146 Kuta : 761213 / F: 761212 Map Kuta F - 6

bbar@THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

“Accessible from both the main road outside the resort and from the resort itself, The Bar has become a popular venue for guests and others alike. Serving up live music and a mix of vibrant and trendy beats The Bar comes to life for popular international sporting events televised on a huge screen and other strategically placed viewing monitors. Watch cricket, tennis, Aussie rules, both codes of Rugby and the English Premier League while enjoying a drink or taking bites from the unique grazing and platter menu served each day from 11 am”. Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66, Seminyak : 730573 Seminyak I - 4

BACIO

Bali’s definitive beachfront nightclub. World class decor.Great parties and good vibes as locals and visitor mix it up. Jl. Double Six : 0361-756666 Seminyak Map K-3

BAHIANA

DEEJAY CLUB

For those who party way beyond dawn...peaks at 8 or 9 in the am. For the headstrong... Hrs : 11.00-Dawn Jl. Kartika Plaza : 753188 Kuta Map I - 4

DE JA VU

This pumping hangout for party heads has set the standard in Seminyak over the last year with a high energy vibe and balance of girls and boys. Rockin’ from 11pm. Hrs: 16:00-Late Blue Ocean Beach 7x, Seminyak : 732777 Seminyak Map K - 4

DOUBLE SIX CLUB

Bali’s definitive beachfront nightclub. World class decor and audiovisuals, regular top international djs and even a bungee. Gets moving around 2 and goes on till dawn. Jl. Double Six : 731266 Seminyak Map K – 3

DOUBLE D

Jl. Legian 168 Kuta : 759 004

ENGINE ROOM

Kuta new dancin spot Kuta Map F - 5

EIKON

Restaurant - Bar - Lounge Jl. Legian No.178 Kuta Bali : 750701 F : 756412 Kuta Map E - 5

GROTTO CAFE & BAR.

Tues & Fri Open mic jam session 8:30pm. Sat Top 40 Band & DJ 9pm Ubud Map J-12

HU’U BAR

This Rhumeria is the place for all things Latin, with music from Salsa,Latin Jazz, Bossa, Merengue, Samba and Afro. Great, south of the border cocktails. Hrs: 16:00-Late Jl. Dhyana Pura 4 : 738662 Seminyak Map H - 6

Hu’u Bar has come into a world of its own in recent months as the party venue in Petitenget. Great parties and good vibes as locals and visitors mix it up. Hrs: 12:00-Late Jl. Oberoi, Petitenget : 736443 Seminyak Map E - 1

BECIK

KAMA SUTRA

Jl. Dhyana Pura 4X Seminyak-Bali : 737 816

BLUE EYES

Jl Bypass Ngurah Rai 888 Sanur, Denpasar-Bali : 7807478 Sanur Map L - 2

BOUNTY CLUB

This Indian styled venue played top 40 live music/DJ is always packed most nights but especially on the weekends. Features mainly Indonesian pop stars plus some. Hrs: 18:00-Late Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta : 761999 Kuta Map C - 2

KUDETA

Pump up the jam! R&B and Hip Hop take over upstairs with big crowds of shirt-off-tourists. Downstairs later it booms to House music. Free of charge for contestants from 11pm – Midnight Fridays and Saturdays. Hrs: 18:00-Late Jl Legian, Kuta. : 752529 Kuta Map F - 5

Legendary venue that defies category - DJ led with downbeat sunsets, picking up later on. Watch out for the seasonal parties that attract a jet-setting cosmopolitan crowd. Hrs: 07:00-Late Jl. Laksmana 9, Seminyak : 736969 Seminyak Map G - 2

CASA NOVA

M BAR GO

Freedom of choice Jl. Monkey Forest : 978954z Ubud Map I - 4

CRUSOE’S

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Re-defined the Kuta landscape with its sophisticated industrial urban decor on two big floors. Packs them in every night with hip hop, R&B & Dance. Hrs: 20.00-Late Jl. Legian : 756280 Kuta Map E - 5

MACCARONI

Funky resto lounge bar on two floors with quirky Italian styling. Regular live music and contemporary/traditioanl dance performances. Hrs: All Day Jl. Legian 52, Kuta : 751631 Kuta Map E - 5

MUSRO BALI

A Life Style Entertainment Venue, features the favorite Resident DJ’s spinning the best Soul Full House, Euro Techno, Electro Soul Full, Uplifting House, Electro Progressive, Euro Dance and Asia Tech House. Show off your singing talent in modern KTV equipped with soundproof rooms for you to relax and enjoy your private moments. Our KTVs are full service and offers wide menu of food and drinks. We also provide our charming Hostesses for your private function and for corporate requirement. Hrs: 20.00 – Late Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta : 764582/769666/7442223/ 7442224 Kuta Map J – 2

NAMMOS BEACH CLUB

Jl. Villa Kandara, Br Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan : 8482200, F: 8482244 www.karmakandara.com

OBSESION

Cocktail’s bar & lounge Jl.Dyana Pura, Seminyak : 730269 Seminyak Map H - 5

OCEANS 27

The Ultimate Madness by The Oceans27..... Oceans27 - A multi-concept space designed to synthesizes Bali’s metamorphosis into a style of its own; this lounge bar and club (right wing) became host to International DJs spinning from our lifeguard tower decks. Laze on a daybed, chill out to cool beats in a gazebos or rave on the white sandy beachfront and pampers with its indulgent Jacuzzi pool. Oceans27 brings elegance, style and intimate ambience to both local and international clientele. Opening Hours: 11 .00 Am till Late Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza Kuta, Bali : 0361 765027

SOS Lounge & Bar

International Famous DJs Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 pm till late Every Sunday from 5.30 pm– Afternoon Delights - Jazz Bands performance by Yadi & friends Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : 737773

OZIGO BAR UBUD

VVIP Room, Cozy Bar, Dance Floor, Sexy Hot Dancer, Live Music, DJ Performance, Romantic Outdoor Terraces Hrs: Till Late Jl. Sanggingan Ubud, Bali : 081 23679736 Ubud Map A – 7

PADDY’S

Paddy’s supplies the latest Top 40 and pulls big crowds of touros every night. Hrs: 18:00-Late Jl. Legian 166 Kuta 758555 Kuta Map E - 5

PARADISO

Great place to play bowling and billiard with music from DeeJay Cafe. Hrs:All day-02:00 Jl. Kartika Plaza No.8x, Kuta 758880 Kuta Map I - 4

Q BAR

The original alternative bar where the guys get to dance and have some fun. Live cabaret most nights and DJ Sounds. Hrs: 18:00-Late Jl. Dhyana Pura 730927 Seminyak Map I - 5

SANTA FE

Been there for years and continues pulling big crowds with the space out back with live music every night.Hrs: 24hrs Jl. Dhyana Pura : 731147 Seminyak Map I - 5

SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANT

Enjoy a unique dining experience with golf view only at Sector Bar & Restaurant.The perfect place for events, also available for wedding,gathering,cocktail party,indoor or outdoor,etc.Learn the Salsa move -with BIG dancing floor. Hrs: Weekdays 06.00am-10.00pm Hrs: Weekends 06.00am-01.00am Bali Beach Golf Course Jl. Hangtuah 58, Sanur : 287733 Sanur Map C - 4

SYNDICATE

Very stylish pre Double Six bar that packs a stylish bunch in most nights. International and local DJs. Hrs: 18:00-03:00 Jl. Double Six Seminyak Seminyak Map K - 3

STADIUM CAFÉ

Fun place and good food. Once in a while they have special music events. Live sports on the the big screen. Hrs: All day-Late Jl. Kartika Plaza : 763100 Kuta Map H - 4

TWICE BAR

An underground bar where all local original bands practice and perform. Hrs: 18:00 - 24:00 Jl. Poppies Two,Kuta Kuta Map E - 4

UMA

Uma Ubud : 972 448 res.ubud@uma.como.bz

VI AI PI

Resto, Tapas Bar & Lounge Jl. Legian 88 Kuta-Bali : 750 425 Kuta Map E - 5


Bali Salon & Spa ANTIQUE SPA

Jl. Lestari Banjar Semer Umalas, Kerobokan : 742 3580 F : 737 830 Seminyak Map A - 4

BLOSSOM

GLO DAY SPA

Nail Art & Salon Kunti Plaza Jl. Kunti 119 Seminyak : 738689 Seminyak Map

la beaute

REBORN HEALTHCARE

“Tui Na” Therapeutic Massage Pertokoan Dewa Ruci A.1 Jl. Sunset Simpang Siur, Kuta : 76 71 71 or 766 744 Wanna be REBORN? Come to Us! Kuta Map G - 8

RITUALS

Luxe Lounge Spa & Champagne Bar Jl. Pura Telaga Waja Petitenget Seminyak 80361 : 0361 730333 Seminyak Map E - 2

Enter a world of Beauty and Relaxation Jl. Pengubengan Kauh No. 18 Kerobokan : 8476074 Seminyak Map B - 8

ANDHI & DIMAS MALE MASSEUR

MALE MASSAGE

Jl. Double six, Seminyak : 736292 Seminyak Map K - 4

M’SPA

Nail art & Jeweled nails, Head spa Ruko Goza Plaza Jl. Abimanyu, Dhyana Pura

Smooth in texture, Intense in taste, subtly perfumed N elegant to behold. : 0878 57296273 0858 15867999

BUNGA BALI SPA

@ The Casa Padma Suites An aromatic and relaxing spa Jl. Yudistira, Legian : 0361 - 753073 fax: 0361 - 755925

The Spa

Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66 Seminyak – Bali : 0361 - 730573 Fax : 0361 - 730518 Seminyak Map I - 4

CHILL

The Villas Jl. Kunti 118x, Seminyak : 734701 Seminyak Map G - 7

COZY

Jl. Sunset Blok A/3, Kuta : 766762 or 766743 Map F - 8 Jl. Raya Puputan 64 : 261131 or 261132

DEVIRA MASSAGE

Jl. Batu Belig 2, Kerobokan Seminyak : 7446747 Seminyak Map B - 2

A Special massage from a Dream Boy : +6281 3383 19947 +6281 3377 89599 M’Spa at Paul’s Place Jl. Laksamana 18B : 736 910 Seminyak Map F - 2

Salon and Massage Jl. Legian 476 : 755926 Seminyak Map L - 7

SICILLIA SPA

STUDIO 5 SALON & SPA CURE

: 738730 Seminyak Map H - 4

SUNSET PILATES STUDIO Reshape,rebalance,reform Jl Dewi Sri No.98 Legian Kelod (off sunset road) : 0361-7914127

SUKU

Jl. Raya Kerobokan, Seminyak : 731187 Seminyak Map D - 5

TALAGA SPA

Graha Ganesa Blok A,B,C Jl. Dewi Sri Lc 16 Sunset Road, Kuta Bali-Indonesia : 8733831

THE DAY SPA

Jl. Dewi Sri LC 16, Ruko 18, B/5 Kuta : 7434380 or 760077 Map A - 6

M’Spa at M.e.n.g

Pengosekan Ubud : 971 220

NEW MASSAGE MALE SERVICE

Open daily 24 hours 081 353 225 659 agusmassage@hotmail.com

PRANA SPA

Jl. Kunti : 730 840 Seminyak Map G - 7

PUSPA AYU SPA

@Bali Ayu Hotel : 731263 Seminyak Map D - 2

PURI BUNGA SPA

@Puri Bunga Resort Health and Natural Spa with Ayung River’s view Desa Kedewatan, Ubud 80571, Bali Indonesia info@puribungahotel.com : 0361 - 976606 fax: 0361 - 9968784

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Bali accomodation log on www.beatmag.com for full reviews and contact details of reasonably priced bali accommodation.

kuta

seminyak

All Seasons Legian Bali Twin or Double from Jl. Padma Utara $ 82.00 RO For special daily rates call: : 767688 or 0807-1-777-777 info@allseasonslegian.com www.allseasonslegian.com

Bali Subak

Kedin’s Inn Poppies Lane 1 Single fan : 756771 La Walon Bungalows Poppies Lane 1 Single fan : 757234 765896

Legian Village Hotel

Jl Padma Rp 140.000 Legian : 751182 Rp 250.000

Poppies Lane 1 Single a/c : 754944

Jl BeneSari 16 Legian : 757409

Jl Melasti /Lebak Bene $ 20.00 Legian 752281

Standard a/c

Rp 130.000 Double fan Single a/c Double a/c

Rp 160.000 Rp 160.000 Rp 225.000

Double

Rp 300.000

Rp 100.000 Double a/c

Rp 150.000

Single Double

$ 25.00 $ 36.00

Jl Petitenget 99X info@baliayuhotel.com Jl Legian Kaja Beach : 730289

Sayang Maha Mertha

Jl Melasti $ 8.00 /Lebak Bene $ 10.00 751249

Single fan Double fan

$ 17.00

Single a/c Double a/c

$ 30.00 $ 35.00

Single fan Double fan Single a/c Double a/c

$ 25.00 $ 30.00

Rp 120.000 Rp 130.000

CLIO

Seminyak Studio Rp 450.000 /day Deluxe Rp 550.000 /day Loft Rp1.100.00 /day www.cliobali.com

Villa Kresna Tropical Jl Sarinande 19 : 730317

Kumala

Jl Werkudara Legian : 732186 Jl Pura Bagus Taruna : 764947 Jl Dhyana Pura : 730346

Puri Naga

Standard Suite

Standard Superior Deluxe

Standard

$ 49.00 $ 69.00

Rp 175.000 Rp 200.000 Rp 250.000

Rp 130.000

Single/Double $ 90.00 Deluxe $ 110.00

Jl Double Six : 730761

Standard Deluxe

Puri Duyung Hotel

Standart Room a/c Rp 200.000 Delux a/c Rp 250.000

Jl. Dhyana Pura No. 15X www.puriduyung.com

Standard room / Pool Villas Superior Room

Small fan Large fan

Pelangi Bali Hotel

Rp 150.000

Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas

Kusnadi

Un’s Hotel

Puri Tanah Lot

Rp 70.000 Rp 90.000

Std Single a/c

Blue Ocean

Rp 60.000 Double Triple

Double a/c Rp 180.000 Deluxe Single

Lima Satu Cottages

Jl Double Six : 733486

Puspa Bungalow Jl Double Six : 733559

Sarinande

Jl Sarinande 15 : 7388523

Room a/c

Rp 300.000 Rp 400.000

Rp 150.000

Single a/c Double a/c

Rp 190.000 Rp 210.000

“The Green Room Seminyak”

sanur Aston Legend Villas

Jl Cemara 33 Villas from $ 300.00 : 270567 Opening Rate fr $ 117.00

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Jl. Camplung Tanduk Gang Puri Kubu 63b 80361 Seminyak – Kuta , Bali - Indonesia

Villa Diana Bali

Jl Kresna, Legian Deluxe Room | Luxury Room email: villadiana@dianagrouphotel.com : 7441282/7451600


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Bonita & The Hus Band

Immigrant fri 27 august - 3 sept 10pm

Sounds Like Pop/Folk/Acoustic Hails From Jakarta

has Been Being the offspring of two of Indonesia’s most legendary musicians, Bonita had a lot to live up to. Out of the womb of jazz musician Herdawati and fathered by the legendary Koes Hendratmo, it was no wonder that in ’94 she was able to come out as a finalist for Asia Bagus. From then on, Bonita has worked alongside many of Indonesia’s great musicians, which include Ebiet G Ade, Slank, Opie Andaresta, Rosewood, Cozy Street Corner and many others. Bonita has returned to the limelight, now accompanied by a band, and together, they go by the name of Bonita & The Hus Band, consisting of Bonita on vocals and members Adoy (Guitar, Vocal), Bharata (Percussion, Vocal), and Jimmy Tobing (Saxophone). The band sings in the genres of Pop, Folk and Acoustic. is Now Bonita & The Hus Band will perform at Immigrant for the event titled “Acoustic” held during the fasting month of Ramadhan every Friday from the 13th of August to the 3rd of September. Don’t miss their performance starting from 9pm.

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has Been Bonita adalah seorang penyanyi yang lahir dari keluarga musisi. Ayahnya adalah Koes Hendratmo yang merupakan penyanyi legendaris dan ibunya adalah Herdawati, seorang biduan musik Jazz. Pada tahun ‘94, Bonita membuktikan kualitas vokalnya dengan menjuarai kompetisi Asia Bagus dan semenjak itu, Bonita bekerja sama dengan beberapa musisi besar seperti Ebiet G Ade, Slank, Opie Andaresta, Rosewood, Cozy Street Corner, dan masih banyak nama lainnya. Bonita telah membentuk Bonita & The Hus Band yang beranggotakan dirinya sendiri pada vokal dan personil lainnya yaitu Adoy (Gitar, Vokal), Bharata (Perkusi, Vokal), dan Jimmy Tobing (Saxophone). Musik mereka bernuansa Pop, Folk dan juga akustik. is Now Bonita & The Hus Band akan tampil di acara “Acoustic” yang digelar selama bulan puasa di Immigrant setiap hari Jumat sejak tanggal 13 Agustus hingga 3 September. Jangan sampai melewatkan penampilannya di Immigrant pada hari Jumat mulai pukul 9 malam.


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Mike’s

Immigrant mon 28 august - Sun 4 sept 9pm

Sound Like 90’s Pop Alternative Hail From Jakarta

have Been Formed back in 2005 by members Dendy (Vocals), Udin (Guitar, Vocals), Marko (D-Box Percussion, Vocals), and Bagus (Bass), these guys were formerly known as Mike’s Apartment, but due to an internet mishap, the band are simply known as Mike’s now, despite none of them being called Mike. With a unique spin of performing acoustic versions of hits by bands such as Radiohead, U2, Smashing Pumpkins and many others, Mike’s also tackle covers of Beatles tracks and local bands. Many of the band members have perfected their skills from previous bands they were a part of, like Dendy, who was a member of Kunci band and Udin, who was the Guitarist for Ten2Five. Mike’s are slowly building their fanbase by performing in cafes around Jakarta. are Now Beginning the 13th of August until the 4th of September, Mike’s will perform every Saturday at Immigrant. For those of you who are interested in hearing what your favorite song may sound like if performed acoustically, head on down there to relax after a hard day’s fasting.

have Been Band yang terbentuk pada tahun 2005 dengan beranggotakan Dendy (Vokal), Udin (Gitar, Vokal), Marko (D-Box Perkusi, Vokal), dan Bagus (Bass). Mereka punya konsep Live Akustik dengan membawakan lagu lagu dari band seperti Radiohead, U2, Smashing Pumpkins, Stone Temple Pilots, Coldplay, maupun band lawas seperti The Beatles, dan juga band lokal. Keahlian personilnya sudah tidak diragukan, contohnya Dendy yang pernah bergabung dengan Kunci band. Lalu Udin sang gitaris pernah bergabung dengan Ten2five. Mike’s Apartment atau disingkat menjadi Mike’s ini, sudah berpengalaman tampil di berbagai kafe dan mulai mengumpulkan fans dari panggung ke panggung. are Now Dalam bulan puasa ini, Mike’s tampil setiap hari Sabtu sejak tanggal 13 Agustus hingga 4 September. Bagi pengunjung setia Immigrant yang belum pernah menyaksikan penampilan mereka, sangat disarankan untuk melihat band yang terbilang sangat fasih membawakan karya milik band ternama internasional dan lokal ini. Sampai bertemu di Immigrant.

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Jack Daniel’s Rock n Roll Tour

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ack Daniel’s Indonesia menggelar pertunjukan Rock’n’Roll pertunjukan berkeliling yang diselenggarakan di berbagai kota yang bertajuk The JD Set 2010. Untuk pertunjukan di Jakarta acara diadakan di Hard Rock Café Jakarta dan menampilkan /rif dan Seringai. Lewat acara ini pula, /rif mengambil kesempatan untuk merilis album terbaru mereka yang berjudul “7”. Acara dibuka oleh penampilan Seringai yang membakar Hard Rock Café dengan lagu-lagu panasnya. Setelah mereka usai, Andy, Jikun, Magi, Ovy dan Tedy yang siang harinya sempat menggelar konferensi pers, naik ke atas pentas dan mengalirlah sederetan hits lama maupun lagu dari album baru mereka.

Jack Daniel’s traveling Rock n Roll showcase titled “The JD Set 2010” featured /Rif and Seringai at Hard Rock Café Jakarta. Starting things off was Seringai with their steamy tracks followed by /rif performing several of their latest songs from their new album “7” with several of their older hits slipped in between.


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ulai setiap Kamis malam akan merupakan Ladies Night di Indochine, yang dimulai dari pukul 7 malam. Pada tangal 5 Agustus lalu, diadakan soft opening untuk acara tersebut dan menampilkan live acoustic band yang digawangi oleh Cinta. Acara dilanjutkan oleh penampilan resident DJ Rambo yang menghadirkan House musik dan di lanjutkan oleh Indochine Angels bernama Maddie Moodie yang berasal dari Phuket. Acara Ladies Night bertajuk “Angels Night” akan diresmikan setelah bulan puasa.

Indochine has set a special day for the ladies every Thursday night. On the 5th of August Indochine held a soft launching for their new regular event titled “Angels Night”. Starting things off was a live acoustic performance by Cinta, followed by resident DJ Rambo. The highlight of Angels Night will be one of Indochine’s Angels, and for this event featured Maddie Moodie from Phuket.

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usim panas masih belum berlalu dan untuk membuktikannya Red Square menggelar acara bak di pantai, walau jauh dari laut. Acara musim panas macam apa bila tidak dilengkapi wanita berpakaian Bikini, dan itulah yang ditampilkan dalam Fashion Show malam itu dengan koleksi Lolita Boutique. Musik yang mengiringi para model dari Ray Management diatas catwalk disediakan oleh DJ Ricky Chattaway. Walau pengunjung tidak terlalu ramai, acara yang disponsori Absolut vodka ini tepat berjalan dengan meriah. Summer tetap dapat dinikmati tanpa ombak dan pohon kelapa. Summer was still in swing, and to prove it Red Square held a beach party, minus the beach and the waves. To pull the summer feel off was a Bikini and lingerie fashion show by Ray Management models adorning a collection by Lolita Boutique. Beats by DJ Ricky Chattaway accompanied the models on the catwalk adding to the summer feel of the party.

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