Party thrower since the mid-'90s, Berlin-based DJ and producer M.A.N.D.Y. aka Patrick Bodmer became visible within the dance community on a global scale shortlyafter the release of the first two mix albums, Get Physical (which summarized the label of the same name's first two years) and the initial volume in the Get Physical label's Body Language series. M.A.N.D.Y. and Booka Shade often collaborated on remixes and tracks, including a 2005 hit single also called "Body Language" and the remake of Laurie Andersons "O Supaman" Bodmer and his former band partner Philipp Jung, along with DJ T. and Booka Shade, were responsible for Get Physical, which became one of Germany's most popular dance labels by its tenth release. M.A.N.D.Y. subsequently provided mixes for other labels, including At the Controls (Resist, 2006), Fabric 38 (Fabric, 2008) and Renaissance: The Mix Collection (Renaissance, 2009). Following collaborations with Bob Moses, and Dubspeeka, as well as remixes for Roxy Music, Röyskopp, The Knife and Underworld to name just a few. In 2016 long-awaited debut artist album Double Fantasy was released, incl. collaborations with the iconic Jungle Brothers and the classical and experimental pianist Francesco Tristano and Lopazz. 2018 signaled the beginning of a new era for M.A.N.D.Y, since Philipp Jung left the band, Bodmer will continue to fly the flag under the M.A.N.D.Y. alias, bringing with him a slightly altered ethos and vision.