Celina Murphy

Celina Murphy was discovered in 1987 when an ageing Vincent Price spotted her from the moon. In 2008, she climbed aboard the Good Ship Hot Press, but due to an unfortunate administrative boo-boo, little is known of her whereabouts in the interim. These days, she enjoys lending her occasionally poisonous pen to reviewing music on opposite ends of the pop spectrum, from the most underground new Irish acts to the biggest, greasiest superstars on the face of her home planet. Among her most treasured professional moments are the time Usher called her “Sweetie”, the time Seasick Steve called her “Darling” and the time Beyoncé called her “Home girl” (this has yet to happen).

Articles by Celina Murphy

To The Prequel Review
  • Music
  • 27 Aug 13
Castlepalooza Review
  • Music
  • 15 Aug 13
Echoes In My Head
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Get Your Remix Out
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Crazy Jane The Hurricane
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Despair
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
I Love you
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Rear View Mirror
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Mind Your Manners
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
The Sun
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Supersoaker
  • Uncategorized
  • 14 Aug 13
Black Skinhead
  • Music
  • 31 Jul 13
Nothing Comes To Nothing
  • Music
  • 31 Jul 13
Billions
  • Music
  • 31 Jul 13
Burn
  • Music
  • 31 Jul 13
I Cry
  • Music
  • 31 Jul 13
Gun
  • Music
  • 31 Jul 13
Gun