Offermann stamped his name on the electronic music landscape in 2005 when he co-founded the White imprint. This was followed closely by the launch of Rimini—a label he created for special edits—and Offermann's first original productions, which found home on White. His latest LP follows on from Do Pilots Still Dream of Flying, his 2012 full-length, with 10 varied and eclectic cuts that were mostly produced in 2014. Infused with his love of hip-hop, Le Grand To Do has a raw, swinging vibe to it, equally suited to home listening as it is to club use. Offermann's past as a drummer, as well as his deft touch as a producer, is evident across the entire release, which finds him employing beautifully intricate and left-field rhythms and melodic percussion.