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DT634 – M.A.N.D.Y


There is an air of mystery shrouding the true meaning behind the acronym of M.A.N.D.Y., an alias which embodies the mutual talents of childhood friends Philipp Jung and Patrick Bodmer. The pair readily indulge this curiosity by toying with various clever possibilities, including Me AND You, but the truth is likely a giggle under each of their talented breaths. P and P have carved a unique niche in electronic music by consistently selecting productions that induce their audience into a somatic frenzy. On the platform of their aptly titled Get Physical label, M.A.N.D.Y. has achieved massive success in colluding to create music that simply makes bodies move. Their foot stamping, hair flying passion is the ultimate expression of a dance music phenomenon for many years. 

Now as just Patrick continuing as M.A.N.D.Y he strives forward into 2019 which a packed schedule including the upcoming SXM Festival – which is making its return to the Caribbean Island of Saint Martin/Sint Maarten between March 13-17 2019.

Set within the iconic beaches, nightclubs and spectacular villas of the island, SXM Festival will once again offer the global party elite a week of the world-class house and techno programming in an unmatched setting. The 2019 event will welcome some of the world’s most in-demand headliners including Marco Carola, Apollonia, Guy Gerber, Axel Boman, Nicole Moudaber, Blond:ish, Oxia, Ricardo Villalobos, Jennifer Cardini and loads more!

Today, M.A.N.D.Y joins us on the Data Transmission podcast for the very first time. Listen to it below, on Spotify or iTunes here

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Caribbean vibes with a Berlin soul – latino beauty meets electronic beast.

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
The Knife – Pass This On. The steel drum hook reminds me of hot summer days in the Caribbean and it´s an all-time favourite of mine which fits my sets at the moment, again. We made a remix some years ago but I prefer the original these days, lol.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
It´s an eclectic driving mix but hypnotic and chilled in the same time. Latino grooves combined with sophisticated Electronica from old and new records, including some special edits, plus new tracks from Get Physical and Kindisch of course.

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently? 
I was just coming back from an exiting South- and Latin America tour with sixteen gigs in Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Panama and Mexico. Most of the gigs were massive, and packed with euphoric energy. I love to play there. 

What have you got coming up? 
I am just finishing a new EP together with Jo Ke, the singer of Feathered Sun. It´s deep spiritual house. And I am doing a new project with Dubspeeka, which is soulful deep Techno. I did a remix for an old Layo & Bushwacka classic track which was just released together with mixes from Sasha and Carl Cox on Ultra and I will be on US tour right after SXM Festival, including the Ultra Festival after the Winter Music Conference in Miami. I summer I will start a new event series at intimate venues, all night long.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Celebrate life and enjoy yourself.

1. DJ Koze –
2. The Knife – Pass this on (MANDY Edit ) 
3. Marcus Worgull – Skango 
4. Thatmanmonkz – O Wee (Soulphiction Remix) 
5. Bufi – El House Es Tu Idioma (Dave
Dk Remix)
6. Luciano – La Tirana Del Oriente 
7. Marcelo Cura & Dübelu – Cubans from Space (Dubby Version)  
8. Thor Rixon – He Held Him Close (Stimming Remix) 
9. Munk – The Bolero Bunuel – (Red Axes Remix) / Gomma 
10. Aleksi Perala – UK74R1513080 
11. Sam Farsio & Frederick Stone – Twisted Feet (Santiago
Garcio Remix)
12. Nils Frahm – A Place (MANDY Edit) 
13. Red Axes – Sound Test 
14. Martin Gretschmann – Jorge (Viktor Talking Machine Remix)
15. Kiwi – Oooh
16. Todd Terje – Alfonso Muskedunder (Deetron Remix)
17. Weisz Feat. Pablo J – El Vagabundox 

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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