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Tara Stewart’s ‘100 Deadly Mná’ playlist on Spotify is amazing


By Erin Lindsay
14th May 2020
Tara Stewart’s ‘100 Deadly Mná’ playlist on Spotify is amazing

The soundtrack to our week sorted


DJ Tara Stewart is the city’s go-to woman for the best music and parties in Dublin, and we’re lucky that she’s shared her taste in tunes with us all online.

Tara’s Spotify profile has some brilliant playlists for every mood, from workouts to partying, and her latest offering is something really special.

Tara has put together a 100 Deadly Mná playlist on Spotify, compiling tunes from Irish women in music to celebrate their achievements and unique talents.

The playlist, which clocks in at over seven hours of music, features artists like Lisa Hannigan, Saint Sister, Soulé, Pillow Queens and so many more.

Announcing the playlist on Twitter, Tara wrote: “These are some of my favourite, there are actually over 100 and I’m of course open to adding more so if I’ve missed anything feel free to send over suggestions”.

There’s plenty here to keep us entertained. Listen to the playlist in full below: