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VIDEO IS OUT! Launch of Malaria House

We finally wrapped up Malaria House launching recap video! There were too many interesting and unique footages, we were overwhelmed! Which ones are we going to choose?

But now, here is Malaria House video for you to enjoy! It was a GOOD night!

And we will continue to spread the vibes as part of our commitment to share the news about music, sport, and art, to our audiences.

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Malaria House, as a Bali-based online magazine, has finally launched the website magazine on 12 December 2017 at Deus Ex Machina, Canggu, Bali. The launching event, sponsored by Deus Ex Machina and Electrohell, showcased the diversity of Malaria House from young talented artists, musicians, and sportsmen.

On the music stage, the audiences enjoyed the music from the local bands such as Iwanouz, Zat Kimia, and Dully. On the art section, the talented Ican Harem was performing his latest art creation while other young talented artists from Yogyakarta and Bali such as Angki Purbandono and I Made Aswino Aji, showcased their arts during a one-month exhibition at Deus Ex Machina.

On this occasion, we also showcased for the first time Malaria House movie production, Toguruga. It’s a movie about the life of the indigenous people in the deep eastern part of Indonesia with their traditional surfing life. “Toguruga is one example of Malaria House product to promote the rich culture of Indonesia. In the future, we want to create more similar products and share them with the world through our online magazine,” said Rizal Tandjung, founder of Malaria House.

The night ended with the legendary Mike D & Dj Dubyouth spinning for Malaria House crowds to midnight. Sportsmen, music, and arts lovers, gathered as one on the launch of Malaria House online magazine. “Malaria House knows no boundaries in sports, musics, or arts, and that’s our biggest strength,” said Heruwa Shaggydog, founder of Malaria House.


By: Malariahouse | 15 February 2018