Róisín Murphy grabbed the world’s attention as the more visually prominent half of the hit making duo Moloko in the early 2000’s whose chart toppers still occupy an honorary spot on any respectable homemade dance playlist. After the breakup of Moloko, Róisín Murphy embarked on a globally successful and artistically versatile solo career that is yet to reach its zenith. Her unpredictable and experimental approach to electronic music with an undeniable dance angle was clearly articulated by her debut solo album ‘Ruby Blue’ in 2005 to universal critical acclaim. The visually impressive ‘Overpowered’ followed suit in 2007 to commercial success and even more critical praise. Singles, musical collaborations, and various project followed during an eight year long studio hiatus. The charming EP ‘Mi Senti’ in Italian signalled Róisín Murphy’s return to the studio and a new era of electro-pop experimentation presented in 'Hairless Toys' in 2015 and ‘Take Her Up to Monto’ in 2016. The reinterpretation and playful interweaving of disco, minimal funk and early electro music opened the doors to a full-blown dance club sound of ‘Róisín Machine’, the long awaited fifth studio album released in October 2020 to rave reviews claiming the title of one of the year’s best albums globally. The perfect musical setting for a long-awaited reunion with live audiences and a celebration through dance with the unique art-pop heroine that is Róisín Murphy will also mark the impressive anniversary edition of INmusic festival #15!