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"People needed to find a place of expression and belonging," Kylie Minogue says of the origins of disco culture. Her 15th album, Disco, is out now. Darenote/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kylie Minogue On Making Dance Music In A Year Without Discos

"Disco lights shine out of the darkness," says the pop veteran, who channels lockdown despair into glittery escapism on her 15th album, simply titled Disco.

"People needed to find a place of expression and belonging," Kylie Minogue says of the origins of disco culture. Her 15th album, Disco, is out now. Darenote/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kylie Minogue On Making Dance Music In A Year Without Discos

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