On Saturday 7th of December, the iconic Boiler Room brand continues to focus on exiting local scenes when they hit the shores of the Bali and collaborate with one of the island's favourite parties: Basement Love x PNNY. Known for bringing the likes of Kornel Kovacs, Ata, Octo Octa & Eris Drew, Chaos in the CBD, Eclair Fifi, Spencer parker, DJ Seinfeld, Massimiliano Pagliara and many more to The Island Of The Gods on a monthly basis, this special edition will see Running Back label boss Gerd Janson and Panorama Bar / Berghain resident ND_Baumecker as well as local djs mistral & the tantrà collective.
The venue for all this is La Brisa, a stunning restaurant, a beach club and tree house amongst other things. It is one of the most beautiful and open spaces to party on the island, and allows you to dance among the swaying palm trees just meters from the crashing waves of the blissful ocean. It is a party in paradise with gorgeous skies and warm sun.
This pioneering party is a collaboration with scene-leading locals Tiago Oudman: co-founder of basement love & Gilang asmara: co founder of PNNY. Tiago was born and bred in Lisbon Portugal, before his love of music landed him in Berlin in 2008. Here he played regularly in some of the cities most revered spots. He then made the big leap to the southern hemisphere as a DJ, promoter and set designer at many major festivals across Australia. Tiago is also one of the co-founders of the magical Air Festival in Bali. But Tiago is above all a DJ’s DJ, covering anything from Detroit house, to rare old school garage, to 70’s African disco.
The PNNY crew are the leading home-grown collective on the island, & are also behind their own clothing brand: house of PNNY.
These group of friends have been hanging, partying, playing and promoting for years despite all being relative young guns. The result is their energy is infectious and when it comes to throwing it down on a dance-floor in Bali they are second to none! Boasting no less than eight DJs amongst their ranks they can work out a crowd and bring the noise better than any other collective.
This is set to be a historic event in the young but ever growing dance music history of Bali.