Potato Head presents: Cakeshop & Orbitware

Desa Potato Head

Potato Head presents Cakeshop and Orbitware w/ Xing Xing, Raissa, Plaur & more

Korean party-starters Cakeshop join Bali’s Orbitware for a night of eclectic dancefloor moves at Potato Head Beach Club on Friday, 21 June.

Based in Seoul’s Itaewon district, the Cakeshop nightclub is a reference point for Korea’s cutting-edge dance movement. With weekly parties pushing future house, bass, UKG, disco and more, the venue has quickly become a leading light on the city’s nightlife map.

Bali-based collective Orbitware have been curating energetic events since launching in 2019, showcasing the best of Asian club culture and co-organising the contemporary art and music festival, Ravepasar. Featuring a mix of local and international DJs, their shows have helped put them firmly on the Southeast Asian musical map.

Joining them on the turntables, Seoul-based DJ, model, and Cakeshop resident, Xing Xing will bring her genre-gliding sound, having made waves on the underground thanks to the Hardpure party collective she founded, while DJ and musician Kisewa arrives with her mix of ambient, noise, industrial and more.

Orbitware are represented by Raissa, Plaur and Floyd, who each bring their unique sounds to the Desa, blending waves of eclectic dance rhythms into dynamic and floor-filling sets.

Join us at Potato Head Beach Club for an oceanside celebration of Asia’s vibrant dance community.

Line-up Profiles

Xing Xing

Seoul-based Chinese/Korean DJ and model Xing Xing is resident at Korea’s Cakeshop Club and is the founder of the Seoul-based party collective, Hardpure. Influenced by her multicultural background, she brings her unique take on dance music to her performances, bringing an eclectic and energetic dancefloor sound that allows for emotional moments, softer interludes, and attention-catching breaks and shifts.


Seoul-based DJ and independent musician Kisewa explores contemporary music culture by immersing herself in the diverse sounds that define it. Kisewa's work spans a wide spectrum of independent music scattered across various sub-genres, including industrial, noise, ambient and more.

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Born and raised in Bandung, Raissa began exploring the contemporary dance music scene after moving to Bali in 2018, immersing herself in percussive dance sounds. In 2021, she debuted her ‘Durma’ EP via NON ARCHIVE, followed by her contribution to the “ARSIP 001” compilation and a remix version of ‘Durma’.

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Bali-based DJ, producer, and designer Plaur is known for his genre-bending and extensive archives of contemporary club music. He is blessed with a knack for blending harmonic pop twists and intriguing sounds into his sets. He is co-founder of the Bali-based platform, Orbitware.


Floyd is a key figure in Bali's underground party scene. Inspired by their uncle, they learned to record radio songs onto cassettes, which evolved into making CD mixtapes – eventually becoming a DJ after taking a sabbatical to focus on motherhood. Floyd’s sets take listeners on a groovy journey, heavily influenced by ‘90s UK club culture and Asian-African rhythms.

Potato Head presents: Cakeshop & Orbitware

, Desa Potato Head


Desa Potato Head
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