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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.

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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

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