Saturday February 22, 2020


Róisín Murphy; Take Her Up To Monto

10th July, 2016

British-based Arklow songwriter Róisín Murphy has always been too naturally left-field to embrace overt commercialism, and so her solo career is awash with radio-friendly songs that are infected with the maverick virus. The end result borders on avant-garde disco, a distinct genre that – inclusion on Mercury and Choice Music lists, notwithstanding – explains her just-above-niche profile. Yet Murphy’s modus operandi is worth its weight in gold, as this swift follow-up to last year’s album,...

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