House, Deep Techno, Breakbeat, Electro

Olga was born in a family of an amateur multi-instrumentalist who had been giving acoustic guitar and accordion concerts to his pregnant wife. Thus, Olga literally had no choice but to connect her life with music. Attending European music festivals, working in a record store, managing the DJing school and events in Kultura Zvuka Studiya, as well as making friends with the guest musicians of the club has motivated her own further development in the direction of electronic music and DJing.

Her music taste is constantly evolving and currently she’s drawn to the Frankfurt scene. Her music selection process is based on the “butterflies-in-the-stomach” principle, as she is a fan of minimalistic sounding and “weird sounds” that seem to exist in a separate space. Udda sees the connection through music as a specific kind of dialogue and she encloses a certain message in each of her sets. This message is formed by the personal experience, of herself and of the audience at the current moment. If music became a religion and covering distances was possible by the wave of a magic stick, the place Udda would choose as her church would be Robert Johnson club in Offenbach, and she wouldn’t miss a single Sunday service.