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Jakarta’s huge contribution in defining Indonesia’s popular culture offers opportunities to make the right connections. But connecting with the city’s independent music scene is to understand its smallest, previously unseen and undocumented details.
Never to take small things for granted, Felix Dass has been documenting the scene all these years. This time, he brings John Navid on board as photographer, in hopes to deliver the bigger picture – the vibrant and colorful stories of Jakarta’s sidestream music.
This journal is a story of Jakarta’s beginning journey to self-rediscovery. Felix Dass will share his efforts to deliver and reintroduce Jakarta’s independent music scene to the public. In a sprawling capital of the biggest, developing country in South East Asia, how can he help his beloved independent music scene navigate its future?
MusikJakarta vol 01 features talks with :
Kukuh Rizal Arfianto