“I’m actually proud of every record I’ve made and that’s an amazing thing to be able to say,”confesses Róisín Murphy. “Couldn’t pick a favourite. If there’s going to be an ultimate successstory with my career it would be that the catalogue’s going to mean something solid in the future.”Róisín Murphy guards over her songwriting career like a lioness protecting its cubs and with goodreason. A quick glance, from leftfield downtempo bangers like ‘Party Weirdo’ to Top Of The Popssmashes like ‘The Time Is Now’ and ‘Sing It Back’ with Moloko and a wildly divergent solo careerthat has flitted joyfully from Italian song to powerhouse tracks like ‘Let Me Know’ means she hasstealthily developed into Britain’s most innovative and restless artist.