Boy of Female may be the electro-pop duo of Berlin-based programmer/manufacturer Paul Mogg and vocalist/guitarist Rosalind Blair, who all lives in Belfast. The set met in the first 2000s when Blair was their studies at St. Martin’s University with Mogg’s partner at that time. Nevertheless, they didn’t begin collaborating on music until 2007, when Mogg was focusing on a task for his Supersoul Recordings label and required a vocalist. Blair flew to Berlin to record with Mogg and Supersoul’s co-founder, Xaver Naudascher; the outcomes were the one Moon Device, Pt. 4, and Mogg and Blair had taken the name Moon Device for their cooperation. The duo collaborated via the web, with Blair sending songs with vocals and acoustic guitar for Mogg to flesh out with beats and sequencing. In 2008, DFA released most of Supersoul’s catalog, including Moon Device’s function, for world-wide distribution. The duo’s 1st full-fledged launch was 2009’s Italo-disco-influenced Contacts EP, which presented a remix by Ewan Pearson. That fall, Mogg and Blair transformed their group’s name to Young man of Woman and released the solitary Hot Chocolate Young man on Mogg’s personal label, From the Uncertain Button.