So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish

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So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
Photo: Rizki Maulana
Renry Hollins

The construction of conversial highways in KL is sure to affect not just the residents but nature as well. Hence, Minut Init hosts this pop-up party to raise awareness on the effects of 'demolition in the name of development' – and, on a lighter note, how smart dolphins are. Drink and chill to a 'semi-live' set by Home Court, a specially curated '80s Japanese boogie tribute by Indonesian DJ/producer Time Lord Pradana, as well as a back-to-back DJ set by Renry Hollins and Ruud (of Indiego & Co fame). Visuals will be provided by SGDV, with artwork by Ummi Shaharun

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