night moves ft. benny salvador & abandon radio


We’re back with our latest Night Moves episode, with Benny Salvador and the Den Souvenir collective flying in to supply the dancefloor grooves.

7 July, 7pm until 2am – Free Entrance

Curated with Bali’s discerning music heads in mind, Night Moves regularly brings together a selection of international artists and homespun talents to fire up the Desa dancefloor. This time out, New Zealand’s Benny Salvador is joined by Cakechinnea, Moodyboom and Dj Turbo from Thailand’s Den Souvenir.

Benny Salvador has been steadily growing in reputation over the past three years, releasing a stream of mesmerising EPs via his own Aunty Records label. Taking in broken beats, future jazz, deep house and much more, his infectious sound has been winning him across-the-globe admirers thanks to its imaginative themes and slick production.

The Den Souvenir crew arrive fresh from the launch of Abandon Radio – the new station they set up alongside Arcpress, Tyezine and Pots to showcase local and international DJ talent from Chiang Mai to the world. For their Night Moves debut, the trio of Cakechinnea, Moodyboom and DJ Turbo ride in to represent the collective with their tightly-woven sounds.

Resident DJs will complete the lineup, and we can’t wait to hear what this creative ensemble will bring to the Desa Potato Head.

Lineup Profile


Benny Salvador

New Zealander Benny Salvador has been making waves in the underground dance community since around 2020 with the style-surfing sounds he presents via his Aunty Records label. A music head since childhood, his infectious productions and energetic DJ sets ensure he deserves his ‘one-to-watch’ tag.

Den Souvenir

Chiang Mai-based Den Souvenir are a creative outfit making moves across continents. Having started life as a store and zine, their operation has expanded to include a range of clothing and lifestyle products that appear in some of the world’s most cutting-edge outlets


Abandon Radio’s CakeChinnea blends a tasteful selection of acid, house, and UK garage sounds into her dynamic sets. Having first stepped up to the turntables in 2022, she continues to spread the vibes across Thailand’s underground scene.

DJ Turbo

Kunanon, AKA DJ Turbo, is a young Bangkokian who’s been humbly contributing to the local nightlife scene since 2021. Starting out in hip-hop, his repertoire has grown to incorporate house, techno and all imaginable sub-genres, making him an eclectic DJ with sounds to suit all moods.


HIGH WIRE crew member Moodyboom came of age in the Nonthaburi alternative scene. Previously playing bass for punk band Ground Zero, a love of synthesisers and recording systems saw him set sail into the realms of electronic music, putting to good use his expansive collection of club-themed vinyl as he continues his musical journey behind the turntables.


Equipped with an alluring blend of sounds and styles, Dita has been captivating crowds since emerging in around 2014. From Balearic grooves to proto-house, 90s breaks to disco, she routinely brings fire to the dancefloors she serves.


Having begun his musical journey via the Jakarta-based Anja project back in 2017, Marvel’s reputation for crafting immersive, floor-friendly grooves has been steadily growing. His sets are shaped by a profound love of disco, house, funk, fusion – and everything in between.