Tuesday October 20, 2020

Album reviews: Róisín Murphy, Pillow Queens, Alicia Keys

A pair of veteran singer-songwriters and a femme post-punk outfit are reviewed this week

20th September, 2020
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Róisín Murphy dispenses with customary track-by-track arrangements, replacing them with a seamless 50-minutes-plus song suite

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