Róisín Murphy

Music, Dance and electronic
Róisín Murphy
Photograph: Andy Parsons Róisín Murphy

Róisín Murphy’s career has been a gloriously unpredictable beast. After starting off in the ‘90s as one-half of Moloko, she’s mixed eccentric trip hop and electronica with huge club hits like “The Time is Now” and “Sing it Back.” Since going solo in 2004, Murphy has released the brilliant mainstream pop album Overpowered and last year’s electro-prog-disco opus Hairless Toys, which was nominated for the Mercury Prize. London-based electro-house duo Infinity Ink feature on this intimate set.





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