Glass Animals

Performing Live In Jakarta 2024

Novo Amor

Live In Jakarta 2024

Bringing his otherworldly sounds to Jakarta, Ali Lacey began Novo Amor as a project of sorts - an act of defiance in the wake of a break-up, but along the way, quite unexpectedly, he found something rich and rewarding

Years ago, a summer spent by an evergreen-surrounded lake in upstate New York supplied both the impetus and imagery that he would use to craft his debut album ‘Birthplace’ (2018), and the follow-up, ‘Cannot Be Whatsoever’ (2020) in a house in Cardiff that was part-home, part-studio, a place where the distant chatter of a party across the street, Bonfire Night fireworks and the seagulls that congregate on the building site next door bled into his recordings.

With ‘Cannot Be, Whatsoever’, Lacey contemplated a past soundtracked by songs of quiet hope and longing. “I can still see the lake upstate when I picture ‘Birthplace’, the songs sheltered by this place I’ve romanticized that doesn’t actually exist anymore. These new songs feel immediate and noisy in comparison, almost optimisticIf ‘Birthplace’ is the countryside, then ‘Cannot Be, Whatsoever’ is the city.

Catch his enchanting dreamy and melodic sound that evokes vivid nostalgic feelings on March 2nd 2024 at Basketball Hall Senayan, GBK, Jakarta.



Djakarta Warehouse Project began its journey in 2008 as merely a club event that took place in Jakarta’s renowned Blowfish club called Blowfish Warehouse Project. The festival upholds one of the most consequential values that Indonesia possesses; diversity. A wide spectrum of sub-genres under the dance music category are given a platform through the multiple stages in the festival, one of them being the bird-shaped main stage called ‘Garuda Land’ inspired by the country’s coat of arms, Garuda Pancasila.

Throughout its ten editions, some of the world’s biggest acts have graced the stages of Djakarta Warehouse Project including Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki, Carl Cox, Skrillex, Tiesto, Diplo, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Axwell x Ingrosso, and DJ Snake, amongst many. Starting from 2010, the festival has been held annually in the month of December as a one-day festival until it expanded into a two-day festival in 2014 and welcomed the world’s biggest paint party, Life in Color.

In 2015, Djakarta Warehouse Project was crowned ‘The Best EDM Festival of 2015’ by EDM Sauce. In 2016, the festival saw more than 20,000 international attendees from 39 countries around the globe over the course of two days. The festival has also hosted the Asian debut of Barcelona’s Elrow touring concept in 2017 with its very own special stage and spectacle of colours. In the same year, hip hop acts made their debut at the festival as the entire 88rising clan and Desiigner descended to the festival. In 2018, the festival made a triumphant return for its 10th Anniversary Edition on 7, 8 & 9 December 2018 at GWK Cultural Park, Bali for its first ever 3-day edition. A record-breaking homecoming celebration took place at JiExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta, on 13, 14 & 15 December 2019, drawing over 90,000 attendee.

After two years of being held virtually until 2021 with DWPV and DWPV 2.0 , 2022 saw the return of the offline version of Djakarta Warehouse Project, missed by many, this epic comeback succeeded at drawing attendees from over 34 countries across 3 days.

Djakarta Warehouse Project #DWPXV is celebrating the 15th anniversary this December, this edition is not just about the music; it’s about unity, diversity, and the shared love for electronic music that has brought us all together over the years and set to take place from 8-10 December 2023 in GWK Cultural Park, Bali, Indonesia.

Rex Orange County

Live in Asia 2023 Jakarta

Rex Orange County returns to the road this fall for the Live in Asia 2023 Tour including one show in Indonesia on October 14 & 15 at Beach City International Stadium, Ancol, Jakarta. Kicking off September 15 and running through October 21, the run of dates sees Rex performing across New Zealand, Australia, and Asia, making stops in Manila, Hong Kong, Taipei, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.

The tour marks Rex’s inaugural headline shows across Asia and includes long awaited dates in some of his biggest streaming markets.

The dates follow Rex’s 2022 multi-city run in North America that saw Rex performing sold-out shows at iconic venues including The Hollywood Bowl, Forest Hills Stadium, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and a sold-out hometown performance at Gunnersbury Park in London to 20,000 people.

Last year, Rex released his latest album, WHO CARES?, which charted #1 in the UK, #2 in Australia, and #5 in the US. The record includes stand-out songs such as “AMAZING,” “THE SHADE”, “KEEP IT UP”, and “OPEN A WINDOW” featuring Tyler, The Creator, marking the first time the two have collaborated since Tyler’s 2017 album Flower Boy. Complex praised the album in their ‘Best of 2022 So Far’ list, calling it “sobering, uplifting, fun, and honest all at the same time, making for a great addition to his expanding catalog.” He followed suit with the release of his single “THREAT,” which was heralded by The New York Times as “a tender take on self-doubt.”

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