It’s amazing how long Róisín Murphy has been floating around the European dancefloors: it must be around 30 years. The Irishwoman, who once became famous as one half of Moloko, then as an electro-pop queen with an exceptionally sensitive sound, never gets tired. On the contrary, she keeps reinventing herself, and that’s how it grooves at her concerts: sometimes you think you’re dancing through the club, in the hours after midnight, when it’s at its best. Sometimes you float with her in spheres you never knew existed. What Róisín Murphy conveys, no matter when and no matter where, is the feeling that everything is good and will stay that way.