Oye has now conceived a plan that involves recording one album in ten cities with ten different producers. He has apparently chosen the top leftfield electronic collaborators, Morgan Geist, Schneider TM, Jolly Music, Bjorn Torske, and Prefuse 73 AKA Scott Herron among others.
Despite working in disparate musical genres Oye has previously pointed out that there is a common thread running through his work: "Whatever type of music I sing, I bring my optimistic sadness, put my yellow filter on life and welcome everyone into my hazy world."
The result of all his jet setting is the album 'Unrest' which has spawned the single 'Sudden Rush'. Existing electro chill-out fans should lap up Oye's ambient synth pop and melancholy vocals. Personally, I thought it was a particularly unpleasant reminder of how horrifically tedious it was to grow up watching Top Of The Pops in the eighties.