What ties Orson Wells‘ career together is a certain emotionality that gently addresses the listener from the side. This approach to music-making is naturally continued in his style of DJing…Incorporating his personal history of producing ambient, breakbeat and house to fast-paced Detroit-influenced techno under his second moniker Frankfurt Bass, Lennard Poschmann aka Orson Wells draws from this rich pool to create his own musical language. The result is what matters: An electric and enthralling atmosphere that challenges the audience. Over the past years he has released with Live At Robert Johnson, Die Orakel, Innervisions, 777 Records, among others. With a residency at Offenbach’s Robert Johnson he had the space to perfect his craft, and even though he now lives in Berlin he remains closely connected to his native Frankfurt. Artist 41ISSA is a member of the No Shad, in collaboration with ACUD MACHT NEU, a Music Board funded club night series & DJ training program for female/non-binary/trans DJ’s based in Berlin. Influenced by almost all genres, 41ISSA‘s contemporary preferences lay somewhere between bouncy rhythms and ruff hardstyle beats, emotional melodies and sharp percussions. Thinking about music as a material source for triggering thoughts and emotions, 41ISSA‘s main focus is to experiment with sound and rhythms and the effect they have on the collective body. Deeply rooted in his south-german hometown Heilbronn, Steffen Störmer aka Candy Pollard is a DJ that learned his profession from scratch. Collecting vinyls for nearly 2 decades, his passion for playing out his selections to people remained the same as in his early days. It is the selecting part which Candy Pollard approaches ambitious as few, crossing and binding music of differing genres and styles technically fluid and without any borders or restrictions. Meanwhile playing the top addresses across Europe and beyond, it is at his almost 10 year long running ‘Who The Fuck?’ party series at mobilat club and on regular dates at Berlin’s Paloma, Munich’s Blitz or Offenbach’s Robert Johnson where he is found most often.