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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. […]

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Hip-hop series: Top 4 Rappers from 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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Hip-Hop Series: Top 4 Rappers from Dublin

By Emma Grove / October 1, 2019

Lets face it: Ireland isn’t exactly internationally renowned for its rap and hip hop music. However, that’s not to say the foundation wasn’t laid for success. Since the 80’s, Irish rap has blossomed into a diverse, multi-faceted genre. Its vibes and flows have steadily evolved to reflect the modern Irish experience. Introducing Babylon Radio’s ‘Hip-Hop […]

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Top 3 events for 30th of September

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 30, 2019

Monday 30th of September has events in place to keep you engaged as you enjoy all that Ireland has to offer.  Babylon Radio brings you the best three events of the day.  Freshers’ Week Launch Party Dublin Business School kicks off the 2019/2020 session with its Fresher’s week launch party and an official afterparty. DJ […]

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Danny G: Activism, Marvin Gaye and the Major 7ths

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 20, 2019

Daniel Groenland is not a name that would register in the minds of many but say Danny G and you get pulses racing.  Danny G is one of Dublin’s biggest performers and he is famous for performing with his band which he calls the Major 7ths.  Describing his early days as a performer, Danny G […]

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What to expect from Munky at BlueFire

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 18, 2019

Irish band Munky is one of the select performers at the 2019 BlueFire festival. The group created by four friends who met in college describe themselves as a post-millennial reptilian space funk on its Facebook page.  Munky have no label and manager. They are DIY. Despite these setbacks, Munky has done enough to gain the […]

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Here is everything you need to know about the Bluefire festival

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 17, 2019

The much anticipated 2019 Bluefire Festival is upon us. The one-day, all-ages festival will take place on Saturday 21st September in Smithfield Square, Dublin. This is the 7th festival which holds annually in Dublin. BlueFire is the first Irish organisation to launch a Music Declares Emergency stage with live music. The event which is going […]

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Top 3 events for 8th of August

By Ayomide Akinshilo / August 8, 2019

Ireland’s reputation as a multicultural country is further enhanced by the events slated for the 8th of August.  The day brings bags of fun and thrills as you enjoy the best Ireland has to offer.  Babylon Radio Introduces the best multi-cultural events for 8th of August, 2019; Examine Europe Workshop The Trinity Long Room Hub […]

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Neo Morake – on the way up

By Heidi / July 8, 2019

It was a Wednesday night when I unsuspectingly showed up at The Mezz in Temple Bar. There he was – on his own on that little stage – dimly lit but with a bright blithe smile. It was just him and his guitar, creating a magnetic atmosphere. After about half a song I had made […]

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Top 3 events for Monday

By Maxence Lliteras / October 8, 2018

What’s the story? Lives in Direct Provision (Free) Taking place in the beautiful Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin 8, this event is the second in a three-part speaker series allowing those currently or previously living in direct provision services an opportunity to speak about their experiences. Donations if desired to ‘A Place to Call Home’ housing […]

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