Wildcard (week 3): Luude & Issey Cross (feat. Moby) – Oh My

Some songs bring back great memories. I remember only too well I drove on the island of Curaรงao in a cabriolet, while Mobyโ€™s Porcelain blasted out of the car stereo. A wonderful holiday in lovely company, musically as well. That must have been in the summer of 2000, when Porcelain was a worldwide hit. A beautiful, subtle song that showed another side of an artist who was previously known mostly for his harder hitting, danceable songs. Personally, I love both sides of Mobyโ€™s artistic output.

23 years later, Australian producer Christian Benson (Luude) breathes new life in the classic track. It didnโ€™t take him much more than the original strings and a frantic drum & bass beat to make it ready for todayโ€™s dance floors. Talented 21-year-old UK singer-songwriter Issey Cross then laid some beautiful vocals on it. The new version, re-titled Oh My, already received Mobyโ€™s seal of approval. He commented: โ€œIโ€™d love to say something smart or insightful about Oh My, but honestly when I first heard it I simply thought, โ€˜fuck, this is great!โ€™โ€

Bound to become a huge hit all over again! Youโ€™d better put on your dancing shoesโ€ฆ

Oh My by Luude & Issey Cross (feat. Moby) is the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. That means itโ€™ll be featured prominently at the top of the blog for a whole week.

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Follow Moby on Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify

In the Wildcards 2023 playlist youโ€™ll find all of this yearโ€™s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.


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