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AGY3NA's music transports its own vibe, which is difficult to capture with words. He experiments cross-genre somewhere between house and electro, always with a touch of wavy 80s sound, percussion elements and spacey acid. In doing so, AGY3NA manages to produce a coherent overall picture seemingly effortlessly, despite the obviously diverse influences on his music. Afrofuturism as an aesthetic and musical form of expression plays a guiding role: as diverse and experimental as his sets are, for him music is closely linked to his own identity, which he is constantly forced to sort out as a queer, black person. Thus, he sees in music a chance to connect these parts, from which a unique narrative is formed. Born in Nuremberg, the 27-year-old lived for a while in Berlin, currently in Leipzig and is part of the Pulsår collective.


Lolsnake aka Danielle Lumma Rahal is a berlin based DJ. Founder of the Berlin Based Queer party series Weeeirdos.
Lolsnake is a Berlin based Iraqi-American artist. As a DJ she will go from hypnotic techno, to harder sounds and into trance. Gliding through genres is one of her skills combining new and old school gems in her mixes.
She is known for founding the event series Weeeirdos back in 2017, which focus’s on featuring new and upcoming queer artists and DJs in Berlin. The party series has a residency at OHM Berlin and is currently hosting regular events all over the city.


Hailing from Tel-Aviv & recently relocated in Berlin, Yonti is already touring around Europe's busiest dance floors, among them you'll find a few Berghain appearances as well as many other well respected European queer parties.
Focusing on atmospheric raw techno and dark rolling beats, his sets are a display of momentum and tension building, Its this consistency in energy and precision in sound that have made Yonti a mainstay in his hometown, playing for crowds weekly in all of the city's club locations and holding a residency at the infamous queer party series Pag TLV & the most sought-after location the city had to offer: The Block.
His contribution to Tel Aviv's nightlife is not only behind the decks but also as an owner of Alphabet Club and Tel Aviv's newest hotspot Phi Garden, that brought to the city a fresh breath of queer parties right in the center of town. It's where Yonti runs his own bimonthly queer house event called Gazoz with a huge focus on diverse lineups and crowd.

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