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boiler room bali 2023


Boiler Room returns to Potato Head with a lineup of underground dance heavyweights for their only Bali show of 2023.

Following an unforgettable appearance at the Desa last year, Boiler Room is back with the second installment of its ongoing Potato Head collaboration. With established artists set to perform alongside rising stars and local talents with a range of underground styles on show, we’re counting down the days as we get ready to broadcast the party scenes – from Seminyak to the world.

Among the many acts set to step up to the turntables over two days and nights of music are The Blessed Madonna, Overmono, Baba Stiltz, Thomas Bullock and Suze Ijo. With sounds ranging from authentic house to deviant disco, dream pop to future rave, we’re beyond excited to welcome all these inspired selectors and more to Potato Head for two days of starry-eyed hedonism.

Launched in 2010, Boiler Room grew from humble beginnings to become one of the esoteric music community’s most recognised names. Expanding from its early focus on strictly electronic music, Boiler Room now showcases artists from across genres, with jazz, hip-hop, and even classical music finding space on the platform.

We can’t wait to welcome the team back to Potato Head for what looks like being a weekend to remember.

Lineup Profile


The Blessed Madonna

US artist The Blessed Madonna has been immersed in underground music for decades, sharpening her skills before bursting onto the international scene with her slick house, techno and disco blends. With a tireless gig schedule, regular radio shows and hard-hitting production output, she’s now one of the esoteric dance community’s most recognised artists.


British brothers Overmono have been on a non-stop climb since their productions first started appearing in 2016 — turning out killer tunes from Radiohead re-edits to stone-cold Warehouse Project anthems along the way.

Baba Stiltz

Stockholm-based producer Baba Stiltz’s sound brilliantly blurs stylistic boundaries, gliding through all shades of house into downtempo electro-pop and more, while maverick party starter

Tom Of England

Thomas Bullock has blown away more than his fair share of dancefloors over the years via his solo and collaborative work – with Rub N Tug, Tonka Sound System, and some of the many monikers he’s performed and recorded under.

Suze Ijó

Dutch DJ Suze Ijó is part of a new wave flying the flag for the house movement – representing not just the music, but the culture, lineage and spirit of the sound.