The recording studio of local label Doggyhouse Records has a small shop selling CDs and vinyl of local bands; anything from heavy metal to dub reggae. It's a good spot to get the low down on the local scene.
This record store is a good spot to pick up some local indie music from Indonesian label Demajors. It's within the Jogja National Museum.
Hear the music of a thousand bamboo wind chimes at this store owned by noted gamelan musician Nyoman Warsa, who offers music lessons and stages shadow-puppet shows.
New and restored Balinese musical instruments are sold here. Splurge on a cute little bamboo flute for 30,000Rp.
One of the first workshops, coming from the south, is Nyoman Ruka, a slick shop with Barong and masks.
A terrific Rotenese musical-instrument workshop run by Pak Pah and his family. Traditional 20-stringed harps, aka sasando, are made and played in all sizes. Pak may treat you to a haunting instrumental number, or a …