Potato Head Family is proud to launch the Creator Series, an initiative where Potato Head Family invites global creators to the Island of Gods to experiment across music, art and social projects and get inspired by the tropical surroundings of Potato Head, Katamama and Bali.
In Creator series #001, Potato Head Family invites Guy Lawrence of Disclosure to take part in the initiative and transforms The Katamama Suite into a music studio, complete with vintage monitors and a simple setup. The suite became Guy’s home away from home, a place for making music and sharing ideas, overlooking the ocean and surrounded by sacred Balinese bricks.
Over the past few years Disclosure have taken not only the electronic music scene but also the pop arena by storm. With hit after hit and a string of heavy dance floor fillers, launching the careers of icons like Sam Smith and collaborating with artists such as Lorde and and Mary J. Blige, it’s no exaggeration to say that they are dominating the global music scene right now.
What is rare about Disclosure is that they can fill a football stadium with their bigger DJ or live shows, but can turn up to an underground club such as DC10 in Ibiza or Potato Head Beach Club in Bali, where they played at the Sunny Side Up Tropical Festival in 2016 and headlining alongside Mark Ronson, and play an incredible underground house, techno or disco set with the latter getting rarer.
Potato Head Family interviewed Guy and filmed one of the sessions – Potato Head Creator Series #001, where Guy shared his thoughts on music, his experience playing at Potato Head