World News – AU – New Music Review Friday: “DISCO” by Kylie Minogue – V Magazine


It’s consistently amazing how Minogue has managed to fly under the radar as much as it does in the United States, especially considering it’s a big seller in Europe and Oceania it’s not like it hasn’t seen a hit in the U.S. I landed the top three with « The Loco-Motion » in 1988 (raise your hand if you know it) and hit the top ten with the 2002 song « Can’t Get You Out of My Head » since then. You even reach the top 40

No other artist can capture the net surplus of cheerful and glamorous pop music as Minogue does and no other era embodies that just as disco does too, that’s underground – then mainstream – then underground again – so would Isn’t that cool?  » A generation of music so it looks very clear the two will get together to create a baby musician that will make others a little jealous of the dance

Which begs the question: Do we care about Kylie Minogue constantly singing about hitting clubs right now? The electric chip is not necessarily on the « to-do list » for the day it could be, but apartment restrictions don’t allow it as much

But we might hear about this 52-year-old Australian singer who lives her fairy-tale romance under the bright lights and the twinkling ball is the image and escape we need to lift ourselves above a bleak and bleak age Minogue is not deaf, although there is an apparent urgency to each of the songs Who says she’s out dancing after her best heels enjoyed a six-month vacation she doesn’t want the dance floor, she needs it

The album mixes the best of the past, present and future of the disco; Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder meet looks like Lipa and Lady Gaga like the 2020 Gaga release, Chromatica, however, Disco sometimes leads to tracks that don’t necessarily show up but there’s really no bad song on the record, albeit a bit disappointing « Magic » is a strong standout, Even so, as with the audio codec and heavy pop music « Dance Floor Darling, » the Daft Punk-esque album’s closest album « Celebrate You » stands out immediately due to it being a third-person narration of a woman named Mary, inspiring you to celebrate. On your own it’s kind of a weakness that we don’t see much from Minogue in the current era.

All we really needed at this time was a time travel trip to the disco era full of sweats and brisk sugar rush and your disco needs Kylie You just don’t know that yet

Top Soundtracks: “Magic,” “Real Groove,” and “Celebrate You” (“Till You Love Somebody” Deluxe Edition) Weaker: “Where does a DJ go?” « Unstoppable » (« Spotlight » from Deluxe) and « How do I make this soundtrack? » Song: “Dance Floor Darling”

Just a side note: disco pop’s heyday Well, disco when you listen to the standard 12-track album the four tracks can be mixed in the really deluxe edition and to be honest, « Celebrate You » is a more useful ending than « Spotlight », which is good, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s not bad

Kylie Minogue, Disco

World News – AU – New Music Review Friday: “DISCO” by Kylie Minogue – V Magazine



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