The German deep house artist will release his first album through his own label, WHITE Records.
Oskar Offermann is ready to release his debut album, Do Pilots Still Dream of Flying?
Along with the designer Adam Zawadzki, Offermann is one of the founders of WHITE Records, a Berlin-based deep house label that's released music by Moomin, Edward and Julius Steinhoff among others, and that's easy to spot by the black and white portraits adorning many of its record sleeves. Do Pilots Still Dream Of Flying? is WHITE's second LP, after Edward's Teupitz, which came out earlier this year. Its ten tracks showcase Offermann's dreamy and understated style of deep house. All of the material included is previously unreleased, except for "Technicolour Dreams," which came out this year on Mule Musiq. The album will be out in November digitally, on CD and LP.
01. Do Pilots Still Dream Of Flying?
02. Heading Out
03. Felt Comfty Right Away
04. Technicolour Dreams
05. Sun Streaks
06. 1, 2 Love
07. You Said Party I Said Maybe (Dub)
09. Believe (Epilogue)
10. So Close
WHITE Records will release Do Pilots Still Dream Of Flying? on November 9th, 2012.