Kylie proves that Disco isn’t over

Cristina Jaleru

AP – It’s always a sure thing with Kylie Minogue – fun and great grooves that is. What’s more admirable is that even though she released one of the greatest pop albums of the century nearly 20 years ago (Fever for those pop heathens out there), she keeps trying to outdo herself.

Her 15th album moves her closer to that goal post than ever before. The 12-track set, simply titled DISCO, is a cohesive playlist for an exceptional dance-heavy experience.

The first three singles stand out from the dozen songs with their infectious hooks and synth-pop rhythms. Say Something has an engaging electric guitar riffing; Magic brings on some hot staccato keys and handclaps on top of a hopeful message; while I Love It is unabashed pure disco love.

The rest of the tracks mix Daft Punk-esque undertones like Dance Floor Darling and Real Groove with some unusual Auto-Tune, play with speeds and even opaquely sample from ’80s hits, as Supernova goes all out funk.