The Great Escape 2016 Playlist

Indonesian Delegates for The Great Escape 2016

Anton Wirjono

DJ, Entrepreneur and Founder of Future10, Future10 Productions

 

Anton Wirjono is a DJ and Entrepreneur, a household name in Indonesia’s creative scene. Along with his brother, Hogi Wirjono, they co-founded Future 10, and succeeded in making a variety of lifestyle and party events like Brightspot Market, Jakarta Movement, Gatecrasher Soundsystem, Turn On Plastic, Back in the Days, and The Junction Bali. In between his hectic days in Future 10, he also the initiator of Jakarta’s own Electronic Act, Agrikulture.

Boni Pudjianto

Director for International Business Development, Indonesian Creative Economy Agency

 

Boni is the Director for International Business Development at BEKRAF (Badan Ekonomi Kreatif) or the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency. The Indonesian Creative Economy Agency is a non-ministerial governmental institution with a mandate below the Indonesian President. Prior to Bekraf, Boni was the Deputy Director at the Ministry of Communication and Informatics.  

Michael Budiman

Founder & Editor-in-chief Musical Promenade Blog, Goldsmiths University of London.

 

Michael has been one of the sustainable voices in Jakarta’s classical music scene. He actively writes and shares his opinions about classical music in Jakarta since 2007 through his music journalism blog “A Musical Promenade”. Asides from writing in his classical music blog, he’s also a lecturer of Music History in Yayasan Pendidikan Musik since 2012. He is currently finishing his postgraduate study in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy in Goldsmiths University of London.

Ratih Suryahutamy (Neonomora)

Musician

Ratih Suryahutamy or Neonomora is an Indonesian female singer-songwriter, with a sound that is a combination of various genres including electronic, rock, and soul. With her debut album recently released in Japan in February this year, she has also been awarded various accolades such as Indonesia's Best Albums for two years in a row by Rolling Stone Indonesia. Neonomora is featured in a book "Southeast Asia on a Shoestring" by Lonely Planet as one of the best performers from Indonesia.

Robin Malau

Founder and CEO of Musikator, Musikator

Robin is the founder and CEO of Musikator, Indonesia’s first music think tank that aims to foster the growth of Indonesia’s new music ecosystem. Founded in 2008, Musikator was initially a music community for musicians in Bali and pivoted into an aggregator for unsigned acts, distributing work by 600 bands to global digital service providers.