A venue without the right music is soul-less

Monday, 29 Apr 2019

"Music is one of our most important ingredients and every minute of the day the music is playing."

The owners of Balinese themed Chinta (Indonesian for love), cafe and homeware shop in Perth, spend hours locating and listening to music genres. They say they are "just a little passionate".

"We have over 6,000 CDs and downloads (legal of course) and even take advice from DJs. We spend hours locating and listening to music and play songs from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Cuba, lots of influences. A venue without the right music is soul-less," says veteran entrepreneurs Robyn and Graham Smith, who also add The Avalanches, Flight Facilities and Amy Shark to set the mood at their dining and detail space.

"For us, the service, the menu, the music, the venue, the staff and the passion all are equally important. They are all rolled up together to create Chinta.” 

"We create our own playlists for the mood. In the morning we play uplifting music, always paying attention to the customers that are here, not just putting on random tracks but adjusting the music choices,” said the Smiths.

Robyn and Graham’s efforts don’t go unnoticed, one of their continual customer feedback is the love and karma that flows through the business. 

“We have great staff and we operate as a family.”

Chinta is licenced by APRA AMCOS to play background music at their premises.

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