Your International Women's Day Playlist - Irish women in tune

Updated / Thursday, 8 Mar 2018 15:45

Celebrating International Women's Day with the mighty Loah

To celebrate International Women's Day, we've compiled a playlist that showcases the array of Irish women making a gloriously diverse noise in today's music world.

1. Lisa O' Neill and Radie Peat - two of our most powerful folk singers.

2. Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, as Corca Dhuibhne as an amhránaí álainn seo. Seo mar a cheol sí ag Fáilte 2018, clár de chuid TG4:

3. One word: Loah. If you haven't heard of her, you've been missing out. Catch up immediately.

4. Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin, buaiteoir Ghradam Cheoil TG4 na bliana seo, is scríbhneoir agus amhránaí í Pádraigín as Contae Lú:

5. She's got a little bit of that Florence and the Machine vibe going on - Róisín O is rockin'!

6. Lauren Ní Chasaide's translation of Fleetwood Mac's Landslide is a slice of dreamy gorgeousness:

7. Bray duo Wyvern Lingo just released their debut album - here they are rocking Other Voices:

8. I dare you to try and not toe tap to Nell Ní Chróinín, winner of Corn Uí Riada:

9. Show some respect for the fearless Jess Kav, frontwoman of 'Agrosoul' outfit BARQ:

10. Where would we be on International Women's Day without a bit of No Man's Woman?