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Nialler9 Podcast: Róisín Murphy feels the machine

Nialler9 Podcast: Róisín Murphy feels the machine

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On this week’s pod we review the new album from the queen with her disco machine Róisín Murphy, focus on reasons to be cheerful and new songs from Romy, Ultraflex, Tune-Yards and a load of Irish artists on the collab.

It’s Episode 107 of the Nialler9 Podcast with Niall and Andrea.

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Running Order:


Reasons To Be Cheerful

The Great British Bake-Off is back.

Minding Creative Minds is now open to anyone who works in the Irish music industry.


Album of the week

Róisín Murphy – Róisín Machine

Róisín Murphy’s fifth solo album follows 2016’s Take Her Up To Monto and2015’s Hairless Toys with an album that has roots back to 2011 with 10 songs made with producer Crooked Man aka DJ Parrot.


Songs of the week

  • Romy – Lifetime
  • Ultraflex – Work Out Tonight
  • Denise Chaila, Sorcha Richardson, God Knows, MURLI – Out the Gaff
  • Tune-Yards – Nowhere, man

Any Other Business?

Watching:

My Best Friend’s Wedding

Listening:

Kean Kavanagh

Fleet Foxes

IDLES

SAULT

See Also

Pillow Queens

Sufjan


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