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Dancer Mike Munich Presents His All-Male Version of Kylie's 'Sexercize': VIDEO


Mike Munich, a pop musician and dancer who has worked with Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Christina Aguilera, Ke$ha, Adam Lambert, and Beyonce, shows off his physical attributes in a new 'Sexercize 2.0' video covering Kylie Minogue's recent single.

The clip, directed by Mairin Hart, and choreographed by Lisa Eaton, was filmed at Mansion Fitness in West Hollywood includes former Kylie dancers Willie Gomez and Zac Brazenas, from her 2011 “Aphrodite Les Follies World Tour”, as well as dancers Andrew Pirozzi and Steven Dehler.



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Kylie Releases Neon-Lit Lyric Video for Pharrell-Produced Single 'I Was Gonna Cancel': WATCH


Kylie Minogue has announced her next single from Kiss Me Once will be the Pharrell Williams-written and produced track "I Was Gonna Cancel" and hopes folks will learn the words with a new neon-lit lyric video.

According to Kylie the song came about because she really was going to cancel a recording session with Pharrell and he got inspired by that.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Kylie Minogue on Becoming a Gay Icon: 'I Didn't Want to Have Just One Color to My Personality'


In an interview with The Advocate, pop superstar Kylie Minogue shares her thoughts on why she became a gay icon and the creative influence her gay following continues to have on her music career.

Says Minogue:

“I didn’t become a gay icon or become popular in the gay community for doing something specific. That happened just because I was being myself.”

Minogue admits that her transition from actress to singer in the late 80s was difficult, but ultimately helped her embrace her own authenticity, something that the gay community noticed.

“In Australia, to be taken seriously as a singer took a long time,” she recalls. “I was attacked in the press – you could almost say bullied. It was stuff that really wasn’t nice and I didn’t understand at the time because I was just doing my job. I had to really dig my heels in to be allowed to be seen as a multifaceted personality.”

She adds, “I really resisted being pigeonholed and perhaps that’s one reason the gay community has felt some allegiance with me. Because I didn’t want to be told I was one thing and couldn’t be another. I didn’t want to have just one color to my personality.”

She goes on to discuss the creative influence the gay community has had on her career, which can be seen in her recent music video for “Sexercise" You can watch the video (and the sexy, sweaty male version) AFTER THE JUMP...

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Kylie Minogue's 'Sexercize', the Sweaty Male Version: VIDEO


This is perhaps the version of "Sexercize" some of you have been looking for.


Directed by Cody Critcheloe.


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Kylie Minogue is Ready to 'Sexercize': MUSIC VIDEO


Kylie Minogue has released the full video for "Sexercize" from her new album Kiss Me Now. The song was written by Sia and the video directed by Will Davidson who shot the video for "Skirt".


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The OXD Mirror:
(Re)Introducing Florrie and a set inspired by Plastic Plates



The OXD Mirror is a weekly music column brought to you by the boys of OCCUPY THE DISCO (OXD), a New York City based collective created by three music lovers, Ru Bhatt, Josh Appelbaum, and Tad Haes, who want to share their love for disco, house and dance music with the world.  


Florrie - 'Seashells'

British model/drummer/pop singer/songwriter Florrie first occupied my ears 3 years ago with 'Call 911,' which was briliantly remixed by disco mastermind Fred Falke in 2010. The song quickly became my personal favorite of that summer (the more popular 'Happiness,' by Alexis Jordan, complemented it perfectly) and I've enjoyed following her career ever since.

After notable releases like 'I Took A Little Something' and 'To The End' on various EP's, Florrie is releasing a new EP, Sirensin April of this year – her first release since being signed to a major record label. The lead single, 'Seashells' has a heavy Middle Eastern backbone that complents Florrie's ethereal vocals, making it a nice slow burner for the dancefloor. While her debut album is rumored to be "still happening," we'll have to make do with yet another tease from the blonde bombshell, which will hopefully satiate us until the LP details are released later this year.

Tomorrow night, we're OCCUPYING Brooklyn's Cameo Gallery for OXD fan-favorite and ally, Plastic Plates' return to New York. Check out a set inspired by his pop, disco and house sensibilities, AFTER THE JUMP...

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