Roisin Murphy live in concert.
ON TOUR

Roisin Murphy

45
critic concert reviews
pop

How Good Are They LIVE?

Live Rating  

80
%
Based on 
45
critic concert
reviews
Last 12 Months Rating  
81
%
Based on 
7
critic concert
reviews

Real Live Certified  

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Critic Consensus

Based on 45 concert reviews, the critic consensus is that Roisin Murphy is rated as a remarkable live performer, with worthwhile shows overall. Roisin Murphy concert reviews describe live shows and performances as stylish, theatrical, playful, boisterous, and eclectic.

ON TOUR

Parc del Fòrum, Barcelona, Spain (May 30); MVV Reitstadion / Maimarkt, Mannheim, Germany (May 31); Parque Enrique Tierno Galván, Madrid, Spain (June 4); Brooklyn Paramount Theater, Brooklyn, United States (June 7); HISTORY, Toronto, Canada (June 10); Bonnaroo Farm, Manchester, TN, United States (June 13); Strefa Kultury, Katowice, Poland (June 20); Sittertobel, St. Gallen, Switzerland (June 27); Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark (July 3); Werchter, Werchter, Belgium (July 4);

Latest Release

Hit Parade (September 8, 2023)

Artist Info

Genre
pop
Origin
Arklow, County Wicklow, Leinster, Ireland (7/5/1973) (7/5/1973)
Bio
Roisin Murphy (pronounced roe-sheen) (born 5 July 1973 in Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland,) gained fame with Mark Brydon as the lead vocalist for UK electronic duo Moloko, formed in 1995. Murphy recorded her first official solo material in 2004 with producer Matthew Herbert, who had previously done remixes for Moloko.
Has Performed With

Critic Concert Reviews

NME (UK)

February 19, 2024
80
%
Róisín Murphy live in London: ‘Hit Parade’ marches on from the furore

The Upcoming (UK)

February 18, 2024
100
%
You Knew, Something More, Sing It Back

The Scotsman (Scotland)

February 16, 2024
80
%
Roisin Murphy Live In Concert In Scotland

Hot Press Magazine (Ireland)

July 3, 2023
%
Kilkenny indie-pop/dance duo 49th & Main supported Arklow star Róisín Murphy last night in the city centre college.

The Arts Desk (UK)

May 14, 2023
80
%
Performancewise the nearest parallels would be 90s contemporaries Shaun Ryder, Jarvis Cocker and even Vic Reeves

Louder Than War (UK)

May 12, 2023
%
The party had started even before she hit the stage when intro track Simulation was performed by Murphy and her band of misfits in the Royal Albert Hall dressing room and beamed onto the huge LED screens of the stage backdrop.

Rolling Stone (UK)

May 12, 2023
80
%
A day after her opening show in Manchester, the Irish popstar extraordinaire brings together all eras of her artistry and turns the historic London venue into one big dance party for the ages.

Past critic reviews published in

Knack Focus (Belgium), The Guardian (UK), musicOMH (UK), Humo (Belgium), National Rock Review and more

Image Credit

Maarten van Maanen [CC BY-SA 2.0] via Wikimedia Commons