headonism #08 (5-7 Aug)
Our monthly weekend of pure, multi-sensory indulgence– the potato head way. A full immersion into the “good times, do good” lifestyle through experimental music sessions, sustainability workshops, morning meditations, ice baths and, naturally, sunset libations, and so much more.
Come 5-7 August, the eighth Headonism will bring to life another weekend of good food and good music to our Desa. Long Prawn (AUS) and Adam James (AUS) will be taking care of the food and beverage side of things, while Nick Murray (Otologic/Animals Dancing), Kornel Kovacs (Studio Barnhus), and Singapore-based Darker Than Wax will be sorting out our sonic needs among other lineups. Our designer and longtime friend, Max Lamb (UK), will be leading some hands-on creative sustainability workshops and there will be plenty of wellness activities as well as an art show to savor, ensuring that this weekend is truly an unmissable one.
Between being one-half duo Otologic and throwing some of Melbourne’s most anticipated parties through Animals Dancing, Nick Murray is a crate-digging iconoclast that will be bringing it to Night Moves.
Kornél Kovács is a Swedish-Hungarian producer and one-third of the record label Studio Barnhus. Get sweaty as he takes you on a weirdly wonderful journey of pop and house.
DARKER THAN WAX
Darker Than Wax is an underground electronic music label based on the island of Singapore, breaking all bounds and grounds progressing the music scene in their city, and influencing globally.
Fred and Lauren curate left-field dining experiences centered around food and design while taking deep dives into food histories and resourceful eating.
Adam James from Tasmania is the brains behind Rough Rice, working with worldly fermentation techniques to playfully experiment with everything from pickles to hot sauce.
Max Lamb is a British designer who makes up an important part of Potato Head’s unique DNA, driving the notion of design as a vehicle for change. He has an impeccable knack for transforming waste material into pieces of art and functional furniture.
Check out the full schedule on our Headlines below.
BY Potato Head