With all the buzz surrounding Roisin Murphy's genius new video, Robyn's show in Austin, TX this week, Duffy's free music give-away on iTunes and Madonna's questionable new single art and touching Rock & Roll Hall of Fame speech, it might be easy to overlook another significant pop moment this week.
Kylie Minogue formally released "All I See" on iTunes yesterday. It is the singer's first U.S. single since 2005's "I Believe In You," That song went on to the #3 spot on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart in early 2005, and was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Dance Recording category in 2006.
"All I See" is a decent mid-tempo R&B jam, but I was hoping for something a little more juicy from Minogue to capture U.S. attention. Click here to download "All I See" on iTunes (and get Duffy's "Mercy" for free while you're there).