Podcasts

Roisin Murphy: Midnight Chats – episode 63

Roisin met Martin Hannett once. He was sweaty.

Before we take a month or two to record a bunch more episodes for series 7, here’s Roisin Murphy talking about how she fell into being a singer, her relationship with Mark Brydon, forming Moloko with him, meeting Martin Hannett, and how now, as a solo artist, she takes it upon herself to do a lot more than simply make the music.

Thank you for listening to series 6 of the podcast, and to all of the artists that came on. Any you missed are in the usual places you get your podcasts from.

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