“I’ll reschedule as soon as I can and I promise we’ll make up for it.”
Bust out your gold hotpants.
“We’ve been fighting to make this happen for a long, long time.”
“For all the lovers Down Under.”
It’s going to be in Melbourne.
Some very scientific projections using the Oldify app.
Our top predictions ahead of tonight’s big reveal.
‘Confide In Me’ gets the Tame Impala treatment.
What you’re about to see is something so evocative of Nick Cave that it’s probably best described as ‘Cavian’ — it’s Aussie pop star Kylie Minogue trying not to smirk while reading a letter the Bad Seeds frontman sent to MTV back in 1996, rejecting his MTV Award nomination for Best Male Artist. Cave’s eloquent
Aussie pop princess Kylie Minogue has announced the details of her forthcoming Christmas album, which includes an all-star collaboration with proto-punk icon Iggy Pop. The album has been dubbed Kylie Christmas and will feature a host of seasonal covers, duets and original tunes alongside some impressive guest cameos. As NME reports, The Stooges legend will
Four-time Grammy Award-winning electro disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder will join Kylie Minogue as a special guest on her upcoming Kiss Me Once Australian tour, set to kick off in Perth this March. The pair recently teamed up for the highly danceable track, Right Here, Right Now taken from Moroder’s forthcoming star-studded studio album, which will
Four-time Grammy Award-winner Giorgio Moroder is continuing his long-awaited comeback, teaming up with Aussie songbird Kylie Minogue to premiere the highly danceable new track, Right Here, Right Now. The song – which leaked to the web last week – was officially released today via RCA records. It’s been lifted off Moroder’s forthcoming star-studded studio album,
Disco icon and Daft Punk collaborator Giorgio Moroder has shared 74 Is The New 24, the first track from an unnamed forthcoming album which is set for release in the Australian autumn of 2015. The release will feature artists such as Sia, Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, Charli XCX, Mikky Ekko and more. Moroder confirmed his
On the eve of Aus Music Month, Canberran electro house duo Peking Duk flew north for triple j‘s Like A Version, taking on Kylie Minogue‘s Can Get You Out Of My Head. Helped out by vocalist Olivia McCarthy, aka Joy, and a string quartet from the Sydney Chamber Orchestra, the duo of Adam Hyde and
Sydney electronic duo Flight Facilities are pulling out all the stops for their long-awaited debut album, Down To Earth, and it doesn’t get much more impressive than landing Australian pop queen Kylie Minogue on your first LP. Kylie’s contribution to Down To Earth is an a cappella version of Flight Facilities’ breakthrough 2010 single Crave
The BBC have corralled an all-star cast for a cover of the Beach Boys classic God Only Knows to celebrate the launch of the all-new BBC Music season. Among the artists featured in the eye-catching clip are Dave Grohl, Pharrell Williams, Elton John, Lorde, Brian May, Chris Martin, and Kylie Minogue. The list doesn’t stop
Nick Cave has shared a video of himself performing Where The Wild Roses Grow with Kylie Minogue during a 2013 gig at KOKO in London. Shot during the making of 20,000 Days on Earth, a documentary film focusing on Cave, the performance is the first time the two have shared the stage in 15 years.
Australia’s own impossible princess, Kylie Minogue, has announced she will bring her Kiss Me Once Tour home to Australia in March. The homegrown superstar’s 2015 national tour will be a strictly limited run of shows that will follow performances throughout Europe this September. This will be Kylie’s first arena tour of Australia in almost four
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