It is exceedingly rare for a musician's career to have a sudden resurgence in their 70s after many, many years of lying largely dormant, but that is what has happened to Italian disco and electronic pioneer Giorgio Moroder. After being glorified with his own song on the Grammy-winning album Random Access Memories from Daft Punk, the world reopened their eyes to the past exploits of the Donna Summers collaborator. Now he is approaching his spotlight and renewed fame with vigor by releasing his first album in 30 years, 74 is the new 24, and has just previewed a new song from the album featuring Kylie Minogue, "Right Here, Right Now" via Consequence Of Sound.

The tune shows Moroder's ability to mold a track to which he is collaborating with. "Right Here, Right Now" features the best of both artists, with Moroder's oscillating deep bass and disco stylings under a soulful performance from Minogue that could have been delivered 40 years prior.

74 is the new 24 is the first album from Moroder in 30 years. He has tabbed an all-star cast of singers and artists to join him on the album. Including the aforementioned Kylie Minogue, already announced collaborators include Sia, Britney Spears, Charli XCX, Foxes and Mikky Ekko. More artists are still to be announced.

His resurgence into the limelight has put Moroder behind the DJ booth for the first time in his life, including some festival bookings. He played a nighttime set at Hard's Day of The Dead in 2013 as well as several gigs around the country.

If this single is an indication of the rest of the album, we are in for something special that is able to blend styles old and new without compromising either.

Listen to the single below.