KYLIE MINOGUE – BOOMBOX (ElectroPop – Australia)

Kylie Minogue

Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue knows how to reinvent herself and she intends to prove it!

Her new album, Boombox, is a collection of fifteen remixes produced between 2000 and 2008 by some of the best artists, DJs and producers out there. These reworks, which cover all genres from disco to electropop, show all facets of Kylie’s incredible return to the forefront of the pop world from 2000 onwards.

Boombox counts with contributions from Kid Crème, Chemical Brothers, CSS, Fischerspooner, Whitey, Mylo, Sebastien Léger, Bitrocka, LA Riots and more…

Kylie Minogue – In My Arms (Sebastien Leger Vocal Remix)

Let’s also point out that the album includes the previously unreleased (but highly circulated on the internet) title track, “Boombox”, remixed by LA Riots!

Get more info on Kylie’s official website and buy her music on

VIDEO : WALTER MEEGO – KEYHOLE (Club/House – US)

Walter Meego was formed in 2004 by Justin Sconza (guitar, keyboards and vocals), Pat Pellegrini, and Colin Yarck (production) in the basement of Pellegrini’s house. They were later joined by Andrew Adzemovic (guitar and vocals) in 2007. They released a series of EPs before their debut album, Voyager, which came out in May 2008.

More info on Water Meego’s official site.

VIDEO : LADYHAWKE – MY DELIRIUM (Indie/Pop – New Zealand)

On the heels of the immensily successful single “Back of the Van”, Kiwi songstress Ladyhawke is releasing “My Delirium” as the fourth single off her self-titled debut album, out now via Modular. This fist in the air anthem showcases everything that is right about Ladyhawke right now… Pure pop at its best!

More music and info on MySpace. Buy Ladyhawke’s music on

METRONOMY – HEARTBREAKER (Indie/Electro – UK)

Metronomy was born ten years ago in the tiny, bohemian market town of Totnes in Devon, when Joseph Mount got his first computer and started making electronic music inspired by the likes of Autechre and Aphex Twin. Metronomy’s debut album, released in 2006, was called Pip Paine (Pay The £5000 You Owe) and its largely instrumental electro-pop reflected the eccentricity of its title.

Joseph admits that he only, finally, saw the commercial possibilities of Metronomy when DJ/producer Erol Alkan began to feature the single “You Could Easily Have Me” in his sets, and asked Metronomy to play at his club. Cue the need for a proper live show, and the additions of Gabriel (keyboards and bass) and Oscar (saxophone, backing vocals and keyboards).

Move on 2 years to the sophomore album Nights Out, a second album that feels like a debut. the first to be vocal-led, with the self-effacing Joseph stepping up and grabbing the mic for most of the tracks. Check out the excellent single “Heartbreaker” remixed by French electropop duo Jupiter.

Metronomy - Heartbreaker (Jupiter Remix)     

Find out more about Metronomy on MySpace. Buy their music on Metronomy

ERLEND ØYE – UNREST (Electronica/Indie – Norway)

Erlend Øye is a Norwegian musician from Bergen, Norway best known for being part of the pop duo Kings of Convenience together with Eirik Glambek Bøe. He has released one solo album, Unrest in 2003 and a mix CD in the DJ-Kicks series in 2004. On top of his solo work and his work with Kings Of Convenience, Erlend Øye is also part of indie pop band The Whitest Boy Alive. The band has released two albums so far.

Erlend Oye - Sudden Rush (The Twelves Remix)     

Øye recently teamed up with Kompis to release a 7″ single on small underground label Off The Wall. Their collaboration actually goes way back since the two had worked together on the track “Sudden Rush” which appeared on Erlend Øye’s debut album. Check out the B-side to Kompis and Øye’s single…

Kompis & Erlend Øye - Untitled     
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