In October 2009, Bali, one of the 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago, birthed a social anomaly. Two women of African descent, Djamila-Anael Kaldoch and Jazi Gerzi, had grown tired of hearing hard electronic music at every party they attended. Bali’s nightlife had been drowning in danceable dissonance, in the island’s western stylized bars and clubs, which are a stark contrast to the arch[...]