While riding mopeds through busy Bali intersections, one half of this duo was inspired by an Indonesian word that appeared on almost every street corner - "Warung." Meaning "small family-run business," it quickly became apparent how intrinsic these Warungs were to the culture: self-made, the lifelines of families, and ever-lasting legacies to carry forth.
The concept of Warung couldn't have been a better inspiration for their sound and project. These two decided to forego their solo work and together cultivate something rich, from the ground up, with the intention of starting an organic music identity. The development continues, and with each groove constructed they push forward into a new space, learning to blend old with new. Two years later, Warung knows their way around the studio and is ready to bring more dance-floor-ready house to a thriving scene.
Both of Warung's musicians are Boston based. Despite Boston being a less traditional source for house music, some of their biggest inspiration comes from Boston-based artists such as Armin Van Helden and Soul Clap. One member also studied at Point Blank Music School of London, pushing them forward within the technical side of electronic music production. They continue to build upon their network within the Point Blank Music Community, as well as the Boston and New York music scenes.