|Origin||West Berlin, Germany|
|Genres||Industrial, electronic, experimental|
|Associated acts||Mania D|
|Past members||Gudrun Gut|
Manon P. Duursma
Malaria! was an experimental electronic band from West Berlin formed in 1981 by Gudrun Gut and Bettina Köster following the dissolution of Mania D with Karin Luner, Eva Gossling later Die Krupps and Beate Bartel (of Liaisons Dangereuses). Other members included Manon P. Duursma, Christine Hahn, and Susanne Kuhnke (also a member of Die Haut). They are most often associated with Neue Deutsche Welle and post-punk.
There are videos for the songs "Geld/Money", "Your Turn to Run", and "You, You" (directed by Anne Carlisle) along with a live video for "Thrash Me" featured in a German documentary called Super 80.
- 1981: Malaria (12")
- 1981: How Do You Like My New Dog? (7")
- 1982: Emotion (LP)
- 1982: New York Passage (12")
- 1982: White Water (12")
- 1983: Revisited - Live (Kassette)
- 1984: Beat the Distance (12")
- 1991: Compiled (CD)
- 1991: Kaltes Klares Wasser (CDM)
- 1992: Elation (CDM)
- 1993: Cheerio (CD)
- 2001: Compiled 1981–1984 (CD)
- Currie, Nick (May 30, 2008). "The Post-Materialist | Punk-Rock Shock Officially Gone". The New York Times. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
- Gut, Gudrun. "Gudrun Gut Podcast". Issue #290 (Apr 08). The Wire: Adventures In Sound And Music. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
- Dalton, Stephen. "Malaria! Vs Chicks On Speed : Kaltes Klares Wasser". NME Reviews. NME. Retrieved 11 December 2011.