Oskar Offermann will release his new album 'Le Grand To Do' on Toshiya Kawasaki's Mule Musiq label in November.  The new LP from the Frankfurt-born, Berlin-based DJ and producer's follows his 2012 debut 'Do Pilots Still Dream Of Flying?', released on the WHITE label he co-founded in 2007.  The forthcoming release on Mule Musiq follows a previous appearance on the Tokyo label with the 'U Can You To Me Say' EP in 2012.  Since emerging with WHITE in the latter part of the last decade, Offermann has won fans with his frequent collaborations and back-tp-back DJ sets with Giegling regular Edward, in addition to further releases on other labels such as Aim, Thema and his edits-focused imprint, Rimini. In addition to a busy 2015 DJ schedule that has taken him across Europe, North America and Japan, he has also become a regular guest at Berghain's Panorama Bar, with five appearances so far this year. The new album is primarily composed of productions made in 2014, primarily based around the use of cheap drum machines such as the Alesis HR-16, Boss DR660, Yamaha RX 70 and other synths, while drawing influence from the hip hop of his Frankfurt youth and his passion for meditation. 
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