Mosephine (Erin "Erne" Murphy) sounds like "an underwater spaghetti western," scored and seared with electrified vocals, guitar, and atmospheric textures. Performances have been called "simultaneously heartfelt and terrifying," with influence from artists like Patti Smith, Patsy Cline, and musique concrete.

Having also been part of the Equines, Teach Me Equals, RedRumsey, and joyful collaborations with artists across North America, Murphy's odyssey exploring multimedia folk art has expanded from dance floors to film scores and other digital mediums, weaving those experiments as accompaniments for Mosephine stage performances.
Mosephine - photo by Kathryn Dow
Mosephine - photo by Kathryn Dow
Teach Me Equals - by Rob Scheurman
Teach Me Equals - by Rob Scheurman
Teach Me Equals - by Michael Regina
Teach Me Equals - by Michael Regina
Teach Me Equals - by Dylan Jon Wade Cox
Teach Me Equals - by Dylan Jon Wade Cox
RedRumsey - by Paul Silver
RedRumsey - by Paul Silver
Mosephine and the Equines - by Scott Braun
Mosephine and the Equines - by Scott Braun
Mosephine - by Scott Braun
Mosephine - by Scott Braun
Mosethe Equines - by Eric Barker
Mosethe Equines - by Eric Barker
the Equines
the Equines
the Equines- by Carlos Andreas
the Equines- by Carlos Andreas
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