It’s hard to say, but here’s a list of the places where you can find Irish music on Spotify, and where you should look for it if you’re planning to go to a concert.
Here’s how it’s sorted: *Spotify in the UK is the largest and most popular of the services, followed by Apple Music and Rdio.
But it’s worth noting that there’s a separate Spotify in the US too, with similar pricing, and if you sign up on that service, you can listen to tracks on your iPhone.
*The Irish Music Network has a big playlist of Irish music in its own right.
This is a good place to look if you want to buy tracks on iTunes or Google Play.
You’ll get an email when a track is available and then a link to download it to your iPhone for free.
*SpotIF has a wide selection of tracks for download from Spotify.
You can also download tracks on other streaming services, or on Apple Music.
You get the same download rate as iTunes.
*MusicHub has a good selection of Irish tracks.
But you’ll need to sign up for the premium tier, which costs €8.99.
It’s worth paying extra to have it automatically download tracks from Spotify, but it’s not necessary to do so.
*iTunes Connect has a great selection of music.
However, you’ll want to sign-up for a subscription. You pay €7.99 a month, and then you’ll get the tracks automatically downloaded to your device.
You also get access to the Apple Music store for free (although there’s no music there, you have to go there and buy tracks).
*If you want, you could listen to Spotify in Ireland if you go to the same concert in London.
There’s no internet connection, so you’ll have to bring a phone to the event, and there’s always the possibility that you won’t be able to get in.
However you listen to it, be aware that it’s pretty much the same music as everywhere else.
You might get a little more than usual in the local market, as you’ll be more likely to hear some of the songs that are available on other services.
For instance, you might hear tracks from a band like The Black Keys.
The band is on a few of the UK’s top 10 hits list, but there’s only a handful of tracks that have been released.
If you want more, you’re probably better off trying the Irish Spotify playlist, which also includes tracks from bands like The Killers and The Weeknd.
You may also want to check out the Irish Music Channel, which is an alternative to Spotify.
There you can watch some of your favourite bands and artists in their native language, which could be a good way to get an idea of where you might find the music you want.