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Emma Grove

Emma is a Californian-native, a food lover, and a Journalist for Babylon Radio. With a MA(Hons) from the University of Glasgow, Emma is interested in everything musical and cultural going on in Ireland!


An American Abroad: Guide to a Working Holiday Authorisation

By Emma Grove / November 15, 2019

Working abroad in a beautiful country full of history, music, culture, and an array of accents is the dream for many Americans. It allows one the opportunity to live within another culture and learn how to adapt to different social surroundings, as well as explore a beautiful new country. The romance of it all is […]


Top 12 Clubs in Dublin

By Emma Grove / November 13, 2019

Dublin has over 30 different night clubs in the city centre alone. With so many options it can be difficult to decide where to go when you’re wanting a party. Luckily, Babylon Radio’s found our Top 12 Clubs in Dublin to help you narrow down the search!   Izakaya Basement As you descend down the […]


Hip-Hop Series: Top 4 Rappers in Galway

By Emma Grove / November 5, 2019

We’ve taken a short hiatus but the Hip-hop series is back! This time we’re hitting up Galway to check out the small but strong hip-hop scene. Disclaimer: Not all of the artists are from or currently based in Galway, however they all are influenced by life in the city. Without further ado, here’s Babylon Radio’s […]


Top 9 Brazilian Restaurants in Dublin

By Emma Grove / October 30, 2019

There are tons of Brazilian Restaurants around town but figuring out which ones are the best can be really difficult. That’s why Babylon Radio has found out top 9 Brazilian Restaurants in Dublin to help narrow down the options! Churros do Lulu First on our list of the top 9 Brazilian Restaurants in Dublin is […]


Top 13 Late Night Bars in Dublin

By Emma Grove / October 23, 2019

We all know how sad the sound of ‘last call’ is, especially when it’s not even midnight. That’s why Babylon Radio has found the top 13 Late Night Bars in Dublin for all you night owls out there!     Izakaya Basement One of the coolest spots in Dublin for a late night bevvy  is […]


Pints for Pennies: Pub Crawl of Dublin North City Centre

By Emma Grove / October 18, 2019

Finding a cheap pint in this city can be tricky. Luckily Babylon Radio has mapped out a nice wee pub crawl with pints under 6 euro! This weeks map is a pub crawl on the North side of Dublin City Centre — away from all the hassle of Temple Bar The Cobblestone Start the night […]


Hip-hop series: Top 4 Rappers in Limerick

By Emma Grove / October 15, 2019

Limerick has had a well-established hip-hop scene long before the rise of greats like the Rusangano Family reached the ears of the one and only Snoop Dogg and Boombox Collective played Electric Picnic in 2017. Things aren’t slowing down for the city either, with a whole host of talent rising up from the underground scene. […]


Top 5 Events Tuesday October 15th

By Emma Grove / October 15, 2019

What’s on tonight? If you’re like us, you’re looking for a terrific, tenacious, and ever-so- tuneful Tuesday. Well we gotcha covered with Babylon Radios Top 5 Events on tonight, Tuesday October 15th!   The Dolly Grip Experience – With Dolly Grip and the Grippets A night that never disappoints, join Dolly Grip and the Grippettes […]


Top 5 Events Monday October 14th

By Emma Grove / October 14, 2019

Rainy weather gettin ya down? On top of that Monday blues? Well turn that frown upside down because Babylon Radio’s found the top 5 events in Dublin to make your Monday mood magnificent! Thats It! Monday Open Mic Sessions! Looking for a chill Monday night with good drinks and class tunes? Then join ‘Thats It!’ […]


Hip-hop series: Top 4 Rappers in Cork

By Emma Grove / October 8, 2019

The mid-2000’s were a golden age of rap in Cork. Innovative young producers and musicians were popping up all over the city,  making Cork one of the best rap scenes in Ireland. However, as the recession hit and the infrastructure supporting hip hop changed. As a result,  Cork’s hip-hop scene began to fade. Fortunately, there’s […]

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