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Roisin Murphy sits in

Roisin Murphy sits in with two hours of tunes to kick your Friday night off. Expect key cuts by Nilufer Yanya, Kaytranada, EVM128 and Gina X.

Roisin Murphy sits in with two hours of tunes to kick your Friday night off.

Expect key cuts by Nilufer Yanya, Kaytranada, EVM128 and Gina X amongst others.

Róisín Murphy is an Irish singer-songwriter and record producer who first hit the big time as one-half of Moloko back in the 1990s.

After the demise of Moloko, she embarked on a solo career releasing her debut solo album, Ruby Blue in 2005. She's gone on to release four solo albums, numerous EP's and several hit singles since then.

She also directed the recent video for Tastes Good With The Money by Fat White Family.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Fonda Rae

    Tuch Me

  • Amy Douglas

    Never Saw It Coming (Remix)

    Remix Artist: Justin Strauss.
  • Sworn Virgins

    Burning Off My Clothes

  • Henri Texier

    Le Piroguier (Remix)

    Remix Artist: Be Svendsen.
  • Cleo Sol

    One

  • Kojaque

    Flu Shot

  • Sway

    Little Derek (feat. Baby Blue)

  • Nilüfer Yanya

    Baby Blu

  • Flight Mode

    It's So Nice

  • Altz

    Yello (Version Idjut - Dub Down Mix)

  • Kaytranada

    At All

  • Jessica Pratt

    This Time Around

    • Quiet Signs.
    • City Slang.
  • Zé Manoel

    Volta Pra Casa (feat. Isadora Melo)

  • Judie Tzuke

    Shoot From The Heart

  • The Fall

    What About Us?

  • The Comet Is Coming

    Summon The Fire

    • Impulse!.
  • Shabazz Palaces

    Julian's Dream (ode to a bad) (feat. The Shogun Shot)

  • The Who

    Eminence Front

  • EVM128

    Naked Truth (Garage Remix) (feat. Daiva)

  • Neon Phusion

    It's Another

  • Gina X Performance

    No G.D.M. (Dedicated to Quentin Crisp)

  • Fat White Family

    Tastes Good With The Money (feat. Baxter Dury)

  • Banderas

    This Is Your Life (Red Book Mix)

  • Omar-S

    Games That We Play (feat. Diviniti)

  • Salaam Remi & Terrace Martin

    Carrot Juice

  • Mad Professor

    Midnite & Dub

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