Oskar Offermann

“Music is the direct access to the soul“, says Oskar Offermann, who made his first musical steps as a teenage drummer and beat producer in various genres in his hometown Frankfurt/Main. Shortly after the turn of the millenium he moved to Berlin. There, House Music had a strong impact on him. And then the direction was clear:

In 2007 he founded the imprint White where he not only released his own material but also introduced artists like Edward or Moomin. Various EPs on the labels Aim, Thema, Mule-Musiq and Riverette, along with some remix work on Claap, followed. The albums “Do Pilots Still Dream Of Flying?“ (White, 2012) und “Le Grand To Do“ (Mule-Musiq, 2015) garnered him international recognition and so did the DJ sets he’s playing at clubs and festivals in Europe, Asia, Australia as well as North and South America.

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