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Kylie Auldist

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Wednesday 19 October 2016

Taking a break from intercontinental tour hopping as the voice of the #1 hit ‘This Girl’ by Kungs vs. Cookin’ on 3 Burners, at long last Kylie returns to her home country to launch her new electro dance release Family Tree.

Described as “Melbourne’s high priestess of soul”, Kylie Auldist’s fourth album combines her love of contemporary Electronic Dance Music and influences from the hedonistic, golden age of Disco, Funk and Boogie. Kylie describes the new album as the love-child of Chaka Khan and Rick James in musical form, an ideal match for her live shows which are absolutely electric with a huge dose of boogie power. Already praised by the world's soul and R&B community as an extraordinary talent, Kylie’s new record has been strongly received by media across the world, from Bulgaria to Belgrade, in the UK, the US and back home in Australia. "Sounds like: sunshine, moonlight, good times. In a word: boogie" (Cameron Adams, Herald Sun).

Listen back to The Afterglow for a live set from Kylie Auldist. Studio 5 Live is proudly brought to you by PBS.

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