MOMENTS | Mash-up: Giorgio Moroder x Kylie Minogue “Right Here Right Now” Music Video

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Disco legend Giorgio Moroder and Australian pop legend Kylie Minogue collaborated to create funk-electro-pop track “Right Here Right Now” and have just released a new music video for the tune too. The music vid features kaleidoscopic shots of Kylie Minogue interspersed with images of a delightfully spry Moroder spinning records in his DJ booth. The track is from the disco pioneer’s upcoming—but still untitled—album, his first new album in 20 years. Along with Minogue, the album will also feature collaborations with Britney Spears, Sia, Charli XCX, Mikky Ekko, Foxes and Matthew Koma.

MOMENTS| Rehash: #FBF Laurie Anderson “O Superman (For Massenet)” Music Video Merged Performance Art x Popular Music


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In 1981, performance artist and musician Laurie Anderson’s “O Superman (For Massenet),” a half-sung, half-spoken, almost minimalist composition, charted #2 on the UK Singles Charts. Anderson wrote “O Superman (For Massenet),” she took inspiration from Jules Massenet’s opera Le Cid, “O Souverain”, a piece that reminded her of Napoleon’s fall at Waterloo. Sung through a robotic vocoder, the song blends politics, mantra-like aphorisms, and sentimentalism to create a timeless piece that makes the listener contemplate a world on the brink of its digital revolution.