A purveyor of adventurous, omnivorous pop, Róisín Murphy makes influences as far-flung as disco and hot jazz her own. As a solo artist, she builds on the eclectic style she forged as Moloko's frontwoman in increasingly confident and distinctive ways. Even given her pedigree, 2005's Ruby Blue was unexpected, fusing found sounds, vintage vocal pop, funk, and more in its equally eccentric and catchy songs. On 2007's Overpowered, she streamlined her music into something approaching mainstream pop, yet still bearing her signature idiosyncratic style. Her singles and EPs, such as 2012's "Simulation," 2014's Italian-language EP Mi Senti, and her 2018 collaborations with Maurice Fulton, are just as vital to her body of work as albums like 2015's Mercury Prize-nominated Hairless Toys, which found room for touches of house, glam rock, and country within its sophisticated blend. With 2020's pulsing Róisín Machine, she continues to blaze a trail as a one-of-a-kind talent.