M.A.N.D.Y to unleash a new visual experience at Electric Brixton


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.

M.A.N.D.Y know exactly which buttons to press to make that bass jiggle up your spine and seduce your body to move, and the 15th October will be them unveil a new visual show in Electric’s main room. Electric Brixton, which we profiled the launch of earlier this month, has already got some tasty line-up’s in place ahead of its official launch this weekend. Designed to deal with festival-sized productions and stadium set-ups, the venue also boasts an amazing stage with unsurpassed sightlines making it the perfect choice for both DJ and live music events.

With support from Get Physical label friends still to be announced plus London hero Chris Stanford, this night has all the ingredients for a full on Get Physical Workout.  In room 2 Magma host who’ve supported at some of the best events in the capital in recent times – including Drumcode, Leftroom and Cocoon.

Main Room

M.A.N.D.Y.   Exclusive launch of visual show

+ Guests

Room 2

Mark D’Ground & Gavin Rayner / Lee Hume / RobHarding / Discreet Soundsystem / Harry Finn





£10 / £15 / £17.50