A key aspect of electronic music is timelessness. Timelessness when it comes to productions from the past decades, that still work perfectly to put floors around the world into ecstasy. Furthermore electronic music doesn’t have an expiration date. It doesn’t matter if you’re Giorgio Moroder, performing as a DJ for the first time with an age of 70+ or if you’re the next big wunderkind from nowhere entering the music scene with a hit EP - everything is possible. That’s why it’s also possible to bring people together regardless to their age or generations. And that’s been the same for Fritz Wagner and Marc Wolf - together Avidus.Fritz startet producing in the late 90s with his first computer and a producer-keyboard. Marc on the other hand started to work and play with different bands from the rock and hardcore scene very early. He made studio recordings and was working on his mixing skills by the age of only 16. He made the first contact with electronic music by producing synthesizer backing tracks for hardcore bands.After hearing one of Fritz’s tracks on a local sampler, Marc found and contacted Fritz. After a few hours in the studio it seemed clear, that aside of their shared love for house music, they also had a common affinity towards classical and harmonic elements which should play a huge role in their productions.If one wanted to describe the sound of Avidus, words like “epic“, “trancy“ and “gritty“ were often used. But when you ask them, they don’t want to classify their music into genres. That’s because their productions are so diverse. One track can be very melancholic, the next one sounds euphoric. Some even sound funky sometimes while others could be the soundtrack of a very gritty epochal blockbuster, taking the listener to medieval seats of war. What combines their productions is the aspiration to trigger certain emotions through classic musical compositions.