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Kylie Minogue Spreads Holiday Cheer This Christmas

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It’s time to almost deck those halls with boughs and holly. Prep yourself for an onslaught of holiday albums waiting to take a bite out of your wallet.

Need more sparkle this holiday season? Kylie Minogue answered your prayers and is releasing her very first Christmas album, aptly titled Kylie Christmas. The 47-year-old Aussie sings duets with Frank Sinatra, Iggy Pop, James Corden and her sister Dannii Minogue. The sisters were falsely rumored to cover Wham’s “Last Christmas.” Instead they team up on “100 Degrees.”

The holiday offering includes previously released Kylie recordings of “Santa Baby” and “Let It Snow.” Check out the full track list below, along with a video preview.

PS. How fantastic does Kylie look on the official cover art? I just wanna hang her on my Christmas tree this year.

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Tom Aspaul is a rising singer and record producer whose recent writing credits include penning tracks for Little Boots, Karen Harding and Kylie Minogue. He steps away from his pen for a moment to stand in the spotlight. The Brit teams up with XY Constant for a new banger title “Do It Well.”

My friend from across the pond recently shared this track with me and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since. I get a Years & Years-type of vibe from it. Looking forward to more from these two talented individuals, especially Aspaul. Love his sweet innocent-sounding voice. Check out “Do It Well” below.

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Well, isn’t this a pleasant surprise. Kylie Minogue just dropped an EP and a brand new music video to go along with it.

Titled Kylie + Garibay, the three track offering finds the Aussie singer teaming up with producer Fernando Garibay once again. They previously worked together for an EP for her Kiss Me Once Tour. This one features collaborations with Giorgio Moroder, Sam Sparro and Shaggy.

Shaggy?!?!?! Are you effing kidding me? I adore him. Talk about a blast from the past. Their duet “Black and White” gets a video treatment showcasing Minogue’s hula dancing skills. The casual clip appears to have been filmed while Kylie was on vacay. It’s cute.

Check out her new visual below, along with snippets of her new tracks. The Sam Sparro one is my favorite.

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Even hardcore fans of Kylie Minogue would be hard-pressed to like the Aussie’s latest offering. It’s not very good, IMHO. To be fair, the single is for a science fiction comedy film starring Simon Pegg and not for a new album.

Absolutely Anything And Anything At All” is off the Absolutely Anything soundtrack. The film is notable for two things. It’s the last movie for Robin Williams. The late comedian voiced one of the characters. The film also marks the first time in 33 years that all of the living original Monty Python members appear together.

Absolutely Anything heads to theaters on August 14. Check out Kylie’s soundtrack contribution below.

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NERVO are the masterminds behind the Grammy Award-winning single, “When Love Takes Over” by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland. They’ve also worked with The Pussycat Dolls, Kesha, Agnes, Wynter Gordon and remixed tracks for Beyonce, Katy Perry and Kylie Minogue. Their long-awaited debut LP has been in the works for some time now. On July 24, the Aussie siblings finally releases Collateral.

One of the most-anticipated tracks, “The Other Boys,” just surfaced online. The disco club anthem features not one, not two but three big names. Kylie Minogue and Jake Shears provide aggressive soaring vocals while Nile Rodgers contributes his sensational guitar skills to the mix. Hopefully, NERVO debuts an accompanying visual for the delightful track. Give it a listen below.

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The old dog still has some new tricks up his sleeves. To promote the release of Deja Vu on June 12, the legendary 74-year-old Italian producer unleashed an epic video preview.

Instead of having your run-of-the-mill album sampler, Giorgio Moroder, with the help of director JIMES, filmed a megamix dance video highlighting his high-profile collaborations. It’s only fitting it involved dance, given Moroder was responsible for the Flashdance soundtrack and countless Donna Summer hits.

Check out the video below which features dancers moving to tunes assisted by Mikky Ekko, Kelis, Kylie Minogue, Foxes, Sia, Matthew Koma and Britney Spears. I love how the clip ends with the latter’s “Tom Diner” contribution and that there’s no dancing involved. They simply just walk off. Shady? Watch below.

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The Summer blockbuster season is all about movies with breathtaking action scenes and eye-popping visual effects trying to make up for a mindless plot. San Andreas certainly fits that bill. I love me a big budget disaster film so I’m definitely looking forward to this film. Plus, it features Kylie Minogue and Colton Haynes in minor roles.

Movie Synopsis

After the infamous San Andreas Fault finally gives, triggering a magnitude 9 earthquake in California, a search and rescue helicopter pilot (Dwayne Johnson) and his estranged wife make their way together from Los Angeles to San Francisco to save their only daughter.

But their treacherous journey north is only the beginning. And when they think the worst may be over…it’s just getting started.

The scene where The Rock is on a boat navigating a huge tsunami as the Golden Gate Bridge is about to be crushed looks sensational. This is going to be sick on a huge IMAX screen. Check out the new riveting trailer below. It’s going to be a fun and exciting ride. San Andreas hits theaters on May 29, 2015.

On a side note, is it me or is the San Andreas official poster a bit reminiscent of the artwork for The Dark Knight Rises and Star Trek Into Darkness? Weigh in below.

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In the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan where thousands of lives were lost, the recording industry is banding together to raise money for the relief efforts. The three major record labels- Sony, Warner Music and Universal- created a compilation album titled Songs for the Philippines. It features 39 hit songs from some of the biggest names in the business.

Spanning multiple genres, you’ll find music from Justin Timberlake, Bob Dylan, Josh Groban, P!nk, Madonna and countless others. While some tracks like “Carry On” by Bruno Mars, “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” by Kelly Clarkson and “Brave” from Sara Bareilles feel appropriate, others seem out of place. “Best Song Ever” by One Direction and “Feel This Moment” by Pitbull and Christina Aguilera have me scratching my head. Oh well, I suppose casting the net a little wider doesn’t hurt. It’s nice to see artists with Filipino heritage also taking part, including Jessica Sanchez, Black Eyed Peas’ and Mars.

All the artists, record companies and music publishers working on the project have waived fees. The compilation album is available on iTunes for only $9.99 with all proceeds being donated to the cause. Even if you have several of the tracks already in your music collection, I urge you to purchase the album. It’s a small price to shell out to help so many. On a day where many of us have so much to be thankful for, it’s nice to think of others who are less fortunate. If you want to donate more, there’s a link to the Red Cross from iTunes.

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