A long-time affiliate of the label through his graphic design work (on albums like Wiley’s Playtime is Over and Roots Manuva’s Slime & Reason), Offshore started to release music through Dada in 2010, releasing his debut album Bake Haus in 2012. A month after its release, he unexpectedly died while undergoing heart surgery for treatment of Marfan syndrome.
At the time of his death, Robertson was working on his second album, with the tracks more or less completed. The label, together with Offshore’s partner and family have finished the album and released it. It’s simply titled Offshore. All profits from the record will go to the Marfan Trust.
Offshore comes accompanied with a digital remix package that features Slugabed, Ikonika, Amon Tobin, Echante and more. Stream it below, and order Offshore here.