Oskar Offermann will headline a show in LA this coming Saturday.

The party is headed up by Cyclone, an LA-based promoter responsible for the recent bookings of Arapu, iO (Mullen), and Svet, and also Rhythm Rapport, a recently launched promotion crew. Featuring a Danley Sound Labs system, the party will take place at a DTLA location available on RSVP.

Alongside the show announcement, Offermann also announced the closure of his label WHITE, which will shut its doors in September following a final compilation titled Friends & Values.

As a label, WHITE has been responsible for some of the classiest house releases of the past decade. It was responsible for the debut releases from artists such as Edward, Moomin, Nu, Tristen, Johannes Albert, Cleveland, and Oskar himself.

To commemorate the closure, the people behind WHITE have selected five tracks from its label catalog that didn’t get the attention they deserved at the time and will release them for free over the next few weeks as a countdown for the release of their final compilation. First up, Offermann has offered up “So Close,” a cut from his Do Pilots Still Dream Of Flying? LP.

You can download “So Close” for free via WeTransfer below, with more information on Cyclone’s event here.