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So here we are week 12, 2020 and things haven't gone to plan in Bali but let's face it when do things go to plan anyway? That's just a part of the vibe that makes Bali such a unique experience, in a world where things have to constantly adaptand reinvent you will always find us doing exactly that. This week's edition we have tried to include as many tips from industryfolk alike as we update some of our favorite local interviews to date, bring in some great new listening and evenfocus on some great ways to organize your record collection. As we go into lockdown our aim was to give you as much reading, listening and inspiration as possible. Like most people right now, we are all here in lockdown trying to improvise, taking away asmuch knowledge as possible from our downtime. Keep an eye on some of the interviews as we will continue to updatethem on the website over the next 24 hours with some great tips from some of the island's favorite DJs and what they are up toover this period. No #baliclubbing edition is complete without some tech & gadget news so our VPN feature could come in handy for you, that's now live on our website. As usual, we have some great events to look forward to after the vibes start to shine again across Bali plus lots more! Let us all stay safe, educate and stay calm as we all know that the good times are on the horizon.
One of the most charming DJs in the business. A musical ambassador and aveteran of acid house, a champion of techno, a dance music pioneer, label owner, King of Ibiza–you name it, Carl’s been there and done it, never losing sight of his passions –playing music, breaking tunes and celebrating life.It was at the age of 15 that Carlboughta set of turntables and began working as a mobile DJ. Disco was the first music that captivated him but by the early 80s Cox hadmoved on to playing the same music as other young London DJs –rare groove, New York hip-hop and electro.
F I S H E R 
At first, we were reluctant to listen to another Fisher release but pressed the play button and can confirm we are giving this one our tick of approval.Tension, dark and driving while still keeping all the quirkiness of Australia’s favorite party lunatic. The sinister and atmospheric chord work really makesthis pop out for us as it builds anticipation through each drop and chorus bridging together another destined global hit for Fisher. His label Catch & Releasecan do no wrong and you can bet this one’s going to taking over all sorts of listening devices, home broadcast and Spotify playlists as we gear up for a few weeks of lockdown ahead of us all. Keep a eye out for the official film clip thats surely gonna drop soon and cause a stir of laughs. DRW 10/10.

J O D Y  W I S T E R N O R F F 
Another pleasant surprise this week while searching for tunes for the longer than usual listening hours ahead was this perfect matching from Jody Wisternoff in the form of his latest extended player offering. First up, the title track,employs the vocals from Jinadu we drift of into the feel-good vibes that Anjunadeep are renowned for. ‘Emochine’ steps up the place next keeping in the same emotive theme but taking the energy up a notch with percussive trademark after the melody does its job thru the course of the journey. Rounding things out Jody teams up with Anjunabeats royalty James Grant and does exactly what the title ‘Nightwhisper’ suggests, taking us home after a big day at the office, by the beach or where ever you find yourself fortunate enough to be listening to another masterpiece courtesy of some of the biggest stars of all things progressive.
Both his DJ sets and recently his own productions have a coherent energy, an infectious groove being the key component causing the crowd to remain captivated, something he has picked up from many sunrises caught in the clubs of Ibiza, and time spent during the early hours in London nightclubs where he cut his dance floor teeth. His ability to mix eclectically is rooted from many years of DJing and holding down residencies in London, Ibiza and currently Australia and INDONESIA. Not one to take his foot off the pedal, showing no signs of slowing having helped set up Sydney based record label Beatfixed recordings with 3 self penned releases set to drop in 2017 plus holding down 4 weekly residencies and promoting parties as Solee Promotions and Kinky Malinki Australia. Having played London Super clubs and Ibiza hotspots this dj knows good music, 
Looking back over Xavier Rudd’s stunning career, one could easily ask what is possibly left for him to achieve. Already one of Australia’s most loved artists, he has earned accolades of every kind, Gold and Platinum certification, and legions of fans worldwide. Yet, with each new release, Xavier Rudd continues to surpass expectation and produce his finest work to date. Storm Boy, Xavier’s ninth studio album, continues this upwards trajectory. Led by the radiating single Walk Away, Storm Boy is both classic Xavier and something a little new. Produced by Chris Bond (Ben Howard, Tom Speight) and mixed by Tim Palmer (Pearl Jam, Bowie, U2) it is a record that reflects the power of Xavier’s songwriting – his timeless, philosophical lyrics and his masterful sculpting of melody. Beginning his career with 2002’s definitive To Let, 
In 2015, James was offered the job of Music Director & resident DJ at a new underground club that was about to open called in Bali, Indonesia. Koh opened it’s doors in March 2015 and James has been looking after the music and remained in Bali ever since. Fast Forward to 2019 he now plays the same role in Seminyak at Bali’s newest late night destination – Red Ruby. Furthermore his success has bloomed into taking out the 2018 #1 house music DJ position courtesy of Beat Magazine and granted control of the dance floor at high profile guest slots across the islands prolific venues including Ulu Cliffhouse, the Vault and Omnia to name a few. Coming up on 20 years now. Started messing around on turntables in the late 90s started playing out in clubs around 2000 I was lucky enough to be part of the Breakbeat revolution that dominated the Sydney club
Koyuki is Indonesia’s answer to bass music! Not one to go bandwagon jumping with the last genre in vogue she has stuck to her guns and now the dedication to her craft and sound is paying dividends. From chilled out Liquid Drum & Bass to peak time bass heavy beach rave sets she does it all on a nightly basis and there is no signs of her slowing down. Armed with a vinyl set up, a music collection most DJs could only dream about sourcing and the skills to match – Koyuki is the real deal and coming to rinse a dancefloor near you. I was born in 1982 in a small city on java near Bandung, called Purwakarta. At the age of 10 i started singing in my hometown. when i was 12 years old i won a singing competition in bandung. From that point i started to perform a lot in the region. I combined singing with playing the guitar in the first years.
I have always been curious about computers, technology, electronic music and science. Through the early 2000’s, i had explored how to make electronic music by hardware, I started with a Roland mc-303 groovebox, began my experiment with 90’s hardware. Finding some rare drum machines, samplers and started making my own tracks recorded onto cassete tape recorder, i challenge to my self to keep exploring & learning the process of how a track is constructed by doing Live set until nowdays with relevant sense. Latex name it come from my own software Name, that i develope about 10 years ago in 2008, its a VSTi plugin for ableton Live l, i used it for my own music production. Im from Jogjakarta, i had have experience with music since 6-7 year old as drummer, sometime jamming in band with my Father.. 

Approximately 150,000 test kits to detect the Covid-19 coronavirus from China have now arrived in Indonesia. The equipment was picked up by a C130 Hercules belonging to the Indonesian Army (TNI) which departed on Saturday (3/21). Based on information submitted by the Air Force Information Service (DISPENAU), a C130 Hercules Aircraft from the 32nd Air Wing 2nd Squadron, Abdulrachman Saleh Airstrip took off at 06.55 West Indonesia Time to the RSA Airstrip in Ranai Natuna (Riau Islands) before finally taking off to Shanghai, China at 11:40 Western Indonesian Time. The Government Spokesperson for handling Covid-19, Achmad Yurianto said that with the availability of this tool, examination and handling of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Indonesia 


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