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 CuraΓ§ao in a cabriolet, while Moby’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 Moby’s artistic output.

23 years later, Australian producer Christian Benson (Luude) breathes new life in the classic track. It didn’t take him much more than the original strings and a frantic drum & bass beat to make it ready for today’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 Moby’s seal of approval. He commented: β€œI’d love to say something smart or insightful about Oh My, but honestly when I first heard it I simply thought, β€˜fuck, this is great!’”

Bound to become a huge hit all over again! You’d better put on your dancing shoes…

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

Follow Luude on Facebook | Instagram | Spotify
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Follow Moby on Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify

In the Wildcards 2023 playlist you’ll find all of this year’s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.


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