Passion never dies. When the music runs through you with a force that it impacts your life in such a meaningful way it never leaves you. With a career spanning two decades, Patrick Bodmer aka M.A.N.D.Y. has seen the best of what the electronic music scene has to offer. He grew up in Frankfurt am Main, when the German techno scene of the 90’s was blossoming with the influence of Detroit techno and the UK’s acid house. Back then Patrick organized parties for the underground art scene along with his friend, Phillip Jung, who soon thereafter became his DJ and studio partner for many years. M.A.N.D.Y was born. They went on to throw parties all over Frankfurt, from forests, galleries and nightclubs. With momentum quickly growing, Patrick’s passion for music was taking the lead in his career, so he quit his other day jobs and moved to Berlin where he started the labels ‘Get Physical’ and „Kindisch“ together with DJ T. And Booka Shade. Together they were producing tracks, such as the remake of “O Supaman” in collaboration with Laurie Anderson, as well as ‘Body Language’, in 2005 that became the pinnacle of the newly named genre ‘Elektro House’. With the fast growing discography (incl. remixes for Royksopp, The Knife, Tracy Thorn, Mathew Dear, Damian Lazarus, Miss Kittin, Black Coffee, etc..) and the signing of new artists M.A.N.D.Y. created an abundance of original music crossed the house and techno genres. M.A.N.D.Y. created their own event series and performed on festivals around the world, such as Glastonbury, Coachella, Loveparade, etc., with residencies at Watergate and KaterBlau, Fabric, Privilege, Amnesia, Pascha, etc.. Compilations and podcasts for the likes of Fabric, Renaissance and the BBC1 „Essential mix“ were following.