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Following her sold-out 3Olympia Theatre gig earlier this year, Róisín Murphy is set to make her triumphant return to Dublin – with an open-air show as part of Trinity Summer Series, on July 2, 2023.

Róisín originally rose to prominence in the '90s, as one-half of Moloko, who released smash hit songs including 'Sing It back' and 'The Time Is Now'. She then moved on to an remarkable solo career – releasing her latest album,  Róisín Machine ,  in 2020. The LP scored a nomination for Album of the Year at the Choice Music Awards, and was followed by a remix album,  Crooked Machine,  in 2021.

Tickets for Róisín Murphy at Trinity Summer Series on July 2 are €49.90 including booking fee, and go on sale next Friday, October 4, at 9am.  See Ticketmaster for more information.


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It's been a while since I've seen her live, but her 2016 concert in New York was one of the most memorable nights of my life.

Everything about that show was absolute perfection: the grungy and intimate Music Hall of Williamsburg, fans’ outrageously stunning outfits, Róisín Murphy’s absurd outfit changes verging on drag queen performance, her incredible charisma, the brilliantly talented band, and the show’s eclectic repertoire— ranging from early Moloko albums to Murphy’s latest album at the time, “Take Her up to Monto.”

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Róisín Murphy is pure fabulous weirdness and always entertaining to watch. All kinds of unusual props and bizarre clothes are scattered around the stage before the band even goes on.

During the show, Ms Murphy will nonchalantly discard one eccentric jacket for a sort of feathered bib, flinging away the rejected garment with a devil-may-care attitude while continuing to rock the house, pulling on a pair of lurid pink pajamas with swiss cheese holes in them.

She beats a bunch of flowers and flings them over all over the stage during a spirited rendition of "Forever more".

She carries around a bag with holes from which protrude the limbs of a bean baggish silver doll, takes it out, cuddles it and then throws it to the keyboard stand.

During "Sing it back" she let the audience take over as they sang it back - belting it out - with enthusiasm.

A memorable show in a top notch venue, no technical glitches, an exquisite slice of surrealism. Thank you, Róisín!

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Billie Eilish fans have called out the US pop star after it emerged that standing tickets to her forthcoming arena shows were being sold for £145 each.

Pre-sale tickets to the singer’s Hit Me Hard and Soft tour became available between 30 April to 1 May, including early access for American Express card members.

The 22-year-old will be performing a string of dates in the UK and Ireland next year, including five nights at the O2 Arena in London, two nights in Glasgow, four in Manchester and two in Dublin.

In press material announcing the tour, it was revealed that Eilish’s team had chosen to use Ticketmaster’s Face Value Exchange, meaning fans have the option to resell tickets to other fans in the US or Canada if they are no longer able to attend themselves.

“The tour wants to give fans, not scalpers, the best chance to buy tickets at face value,” the statement said.

As tickets went on sale, however, many fans were dismayed to learn how much they were priced at, with many branding the sum “ridiculous” in the midst of a cost of living crisis.

“I honestly wanted more Billie tickets but £145 for standing is so ridiculous I can’t even process it,” one fan wrote on X/Twitter.

“£145 for Billie Eilish tickets does she not know there’s a cost of living [crisis] happening in the UK,” fan Zoe said.

Another remarked: “Me coming onto Ticketmaster seeing Billie Eilish prices then coming straight back out again. £145 for standing is this delusion?” In the replies, the fan compared the price to the first time she saw Eilish live, when she paid £20 for a ticket.

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Not everyone had sympathy for fans though, as some said it was their choice to pay that much for a ticket.

X/Twitter user Billy asked: “At what point do people realise they’re being conned and priced out. If you’re buying tickets at that price then honestly you’re part of the problem now.”

Matt, the writer behind the Scientists of Sound music blog, agreed: “People paying nearly £145 for Billie Eilish tickets are part of the problem. When these venues sell out at these prices artists and promoters couldn’t care less as they’re getting away with it. Fans are being completely priced out of these events and it’s only getting worse.”

One fan, who preferred to remain anonymous, told The Independent that buying tickets to concerts often felt like an “online war”, with fans feeling pressured into paying extortionate sums or else risk missing out.

“Artists and ticketing companies know that their fans will pay any amount of money to see their favourite artists,” he said, “and it’s only getting worse because fandoms are so strong. At what point does it go too far? This feels pretty close.”

At what point does it go too far? This feels pretty close

Confirming he had paid £146 for a standing ticket at the newly built Co-op Live arena in Manchester, the fan admitted he felt exploited.

“I go to quite a few gigs a year, [and] whenever it comes to the bigger shows you’re looking at a minimum of £70 or £80,” he said. “I paid £110 for standing to see Taylor Swift at Wembley, which actually feels like a bit of a bargain now.”

The fan said that artist exploitation went beyond concert tickets: “I’ve got into collecting vinyl recently and didn’t realise how many variants there are per album with exclusive songs or photos or whatever it might be. These artists know that their fans want every version because they love them so much. It just feels unfair.”

Jason Burt bought tickets for his 14-year-old daughter and said they were around the same price they paid for Eilish’s last tour, “but slightly less than I did for [Bruce] Springsteen this time last year”.

“The price is, in my opinion, excessive, despite the fact she will be thrilled by the concert,” he said. “[My daughter] is aware of the cost and appreciates how lucky she is to be able to go.”

Mr Burt said there was “definitely an element of exploitation” involved with artists of Eilish’s size, but questioned how much involvement the artists themselves had in deciding ticket prices.

He also pointed out the other ways in which artists are able to generate revenue from their fans: “If you have 30+ formats of an album, for example, there is an implicit understanding that some fans will buy all of them, which in turns pushes its chart position exponentially,” he said.

“Similarly, merch at gigs. Some will want all of it. As a parent, I wouldn’t buy it all and i’m lucky my daughter has no interest in that level of ‘completism’, but I’m sure it puts pressure on parents at a time we can least afford it.”

A representative for Eilish declined to comment when contacted by The Independent.

Eilish recently hit out at major artists making “40 different vinyl packages that have a different unique thing ust to get you to keep buying more”, branding the practice “wasteful”.

She was later forced to clarify that she was not calling out fellow pop star Taylor Swift, who had recently announced a number of different versions of her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department.

“I wasn’t singling anyone out, these are industry-wide systemic issues. and when it comes to variants, so many artists release them, including ME! Which I clearly state in the article,” Eilish wrote on Instagram.

“The climate crisis is now and it’s about all of us being part of the problem and trying to do better sheesh.”

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Róisín Murphy: Hit Parade – Joyful songs about not taking life for granted

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Four of Roísín Murphy ’s six solo albums have been released since 2015. Her latest, and the first for Ninja Tune, is titled after her producer for this record, the German tech and micro house specialist DJ Koze, who joked, “I will put you on the Hit Parade, I’ll put you on Top of the Pops”.

There isn’t any Top of the Pops any more, but there is Murphy’s delightfully eclectic and wildly unpredictable career, during which no two tracks, let alone albums, ever sound the same. The Arklow-born singer would undoubtedly consider anything remotely formulaic as the height of boredom.

Hit Parade was conceived in the “imaginary studio” in the airspace between Murphy in London and Koze in Hamburg. This resulted in her claiming to be less inhibited and Koze to be more focused and not distracted by her presence. The results are joyous, joyful songs about not taking life for granted and filling it with love and wonder.

What Not to Do sees Murphy announce, “C’mon, I’m ready like Rocksteady Freddy,” on a magnificently moody slice of futuristic soul. CooCool glides by all shimmery and summery. You Knew adds the inimitable input of Mad Professor, and Hit Parade in general brims with brilliant beats. A cracking collaborative masterclass from two of modern music’s most innovative outliers.

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