Originally founded in 2003 Thermostatic quickly gained an underground cult-status when Louise "Vox" Marchione and Peter "Charlie" Marchione recorded the track "I Want To Be A Marilyn"under rather spontaneous circumstances . The band name was suggested by Michael Strandtoft of the band Helm as the perfect name for charming electronic music. The combination of thermo and static actually beckons the style of the music, since it is both warm and strict at the same time.
In 2004 the duo turned into a quartet when Johannes "Digidroid" Hedberg and Daniel "TiN" Segerstad joined. This was actually when this project developed into an actual band. The track "Private Machine" was recorded and stated the characteristics of the nowadays well-established Thermostatic sound. The song wasn't even finished when it started to draw the attention of DJ:s and club-heads.
The electro-saga continued and Thermostatic was contacted by Wonderland Records, a small label that used to release independent pop acts and country music(!) but later on also signed other electronic acts. This led to a collaboration that eventually ended up in the release of "Joy-Toy", the first Thermostatic album. Thermostatic still release music on this label.