Albums EPs & Singles – Wk. #44

Radiohead - Kid A MnesiaRadiohead

Kid A Mnesia

It’s been twenty years between beers but what delicious bevies they are. Radiohead’s groundbreaking Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001) combine in a single joyous celebration of these renowned albums. But not only that. Kid A Mnesia also includes a third disc of rarities and off-cuts guaranteed to have devotees salivating for the vinyl box set. Unapologetically for the fans. And I’m a big one, so I loved it.

Kobie Dee – Gratitude Over PityKobie Dee

Gratitude Over Pity

At 24 years of age, Kobie Dee is a fresh face on the Aus music scene but one that needs little introduction. Already signed to Briggs’ music label Bad Apples, Dee is making his mark fast. And his latest EP Gratitude Over Pity is set to cement the rise. Exploring themes of emotional maturity and laser focus in light of former troubles, Gratitude is gritty, wonderfully produced, and refreshingly authentic.

Kylie Minogue, Jessie Ware - Kiss of LifeJessie Ware, Kylie Minogue 

Kiss of Life

Fresh off the back of her critically acclaimed album What’s Your Pleasure, Jessie Ware teams up with Aussie pop queen Kylie Minogue to do what they do best… disco! Against all odds, and for reasons unbeknown to even this listener, “Kiss of Life” isn’t dated. In fact, it slaps. Break out the bellbottoms and prep for that Saturday night fever. This one is a vibe.