Friday, May 27, 2011

PREVIEW - Aphrodite (Denzal Park Mix)

2011 - Aphrodite (Denzal Park Mix) - Kylie Minogue {Preview} by Denzal Park

Thanks to Wayne from sayhey for posting!

This is one of the new mixes that will be on the new 3 disc special tour edition of Aphrodite that will be released next week in Australia to coincide with the tour opening there.

Pre-order 3 Disc Les Folies Tour edition:

Aphrodite Les Folies 3D to be shown in theatres!

Kylie 3D – Aphrodite Les Folies Live in London (120 mins)

Filmed over two nights at London’s O2 Arena – this stunning concert film features

Kylie’s biggest hits including “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”, “Spinning Around” and “Slow” – along with tracks from her latest Platinum selling album Aphrodite. From golden chariots, via flying angels to a spectacular water-feature finale - this is an epic show not to be missed. For tickets CLICK HERE

Directed by William Baker.

Darenote and Parlophone present a Blink TV production in association with Sky 3D.

Keep checking for more details on screenings and locations worldwide to see Kylie 3D

The screening for theaters will be the same night the tour is broadcast on SkyHD and Sky3D in the UK. Still an exciting time this summer for Kylie fans! :)

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Kylie at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards!

Goddess Kylie attended the Billboard Music Awards last night looking absolutely stunning. The red carpet look she sported was a cute black dress with some fierce pumps and she literally almost stole the show with the outfit she wore when presenting the Black Eyed Peas. She might be turning 43 but she's still got a very hot figure. Bitch is still putting all of the younger pop whores to shame!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) tracklisting!

So we are finally going to get a new song from the Aphrodite era. The tracklisting for the digital release of 'Put Your Hands Up' has been revealed and it has a new track called 'Silence' on it. You can listen to a preview of it at! :)

Cover art:

1. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)
2. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) [Pete Hammond Remix]
3. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) [Basto's Major Mayhem Edit]
4. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) [Live from Aphrodite/Les Folies]
5. Silence

[Click here to listen to previews from]

Monday, May 16, 2011

Mexico is crazy for Kylie!

Kylie is currently in Mexico for a 3 date jaunt that hits Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey. This is Kylie's first time touring in Mexico and people seem to be really eating it all up, hopefully this means she will definitely tour there again in the future. reviews 'Aphrodite Live 2011'

For the unaware U.S. pop fan, Kylie Minogue's first show of a three-night run at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom would appear to be an overindulgent spectacle. A two-hour running time, multiple costume changes, a golden Pegasus on stage and half-naked dancers suspended in air -- isn't this the "Loco-Motion" and "Can't Get You Out of My Head" two-hit wonder?
Of course, Minogue's faithful know better, and were out in droves on Monday night (May 2) to celebrate an international star whose back catalog has never received its deserving embrace from the stateside mainstream.

Yes, Minogue played "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (with a crunchy rock twist, no less), but the set list was littered with equally infectious dance tracks, from "In My Arms" to "Wow," to which her diehard fans knew every word. It also leaned heavily on Minogue's last album, 2010's "Aphrodite," but the epic "Looking For an Angel" and triumphant set-capper "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)" fit in nicely with the rest of Minogue's oeuvre. "All The Lovers," which Minogue used to close the night as confetti rained upon the crowd, transformed from an uneven album opener to an unstoppable anthem within the blink of an eye.

As much as the songs popped, Minogue was buoyed by an eye-catching set design that involved a trio of staircases, huge white pillars and a massive HD video screen that showed images like raindrops in the shape of hearts. Each song carried its own clever theme, with dancers dressed as Roman warriors during one song and Arabian slaves the next.

Minogue, to her credit, kept pace with the theatrics, gyrating alongside her backup dancers and forcing the high notes to hit the rafters. Monday night proved that, at 42, Minogue is still an under-appreciated musical force, and one that should not be missed on an all-too-rare U.S. trek.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011


Been a home a few days now from my trip to DC this past weekend and I shall be posting a review of Aphrodite Live in a bit! :)