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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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A Soundscape of Solitary Starlight: Ailie Blunnie

By Anna Buckley / August 4, 2018

Carrick-on-Shannon native Ailie Blunnie talks to Babylon Radio about playing Knockanstockan, striking the balance for playing outdoors and the story behind her debut album West to the Evening Sun. “It was a bit mad.” Ailie Blunnie tells me over the phone. “There was a lad with fairy wings running around in front of the stage […]

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A Musical Fiesta at East Side Tavern

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / May 29, 2018

On the eve of May 25th, the East Side Tavern witnessed the confluence of myriad cultures in a musical event featuring talent and splendour. It was truly a glorious experience that took the audience on a journey across a world where boundaries ceased to exist and music was the universal language. With fluorescent disco lights […]

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Forbidden Music – Mosul Violinist Brings Back Music

By Jenny Bui / April 20, 2017

A violinist returns to play amongst ruins in a city where playing music is forbidden and punishable by death. Ameen Mukdad, a violinist from the Iraqi city of Mosul has returned to Mosul to give his first performance near a popular site after fleeing the city when threatened by the so-called Islamic State. Isis had […]

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Karaoke in Dublin

By Jenny Bui / April 13, 2017

What could be better than spending your night out in Dublin by grabbing a group of friends and coercing them into singing with you along to Oasis’ or ABBA’s hits in one of the numerous pubs and karaoke bars. Often, your bravery will be rewarded with a free cocktail, shot or, if you dare to […]

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Last Ticket Home – an Interview With Federico Folclash Bormida

By Jenny Bui / March 31, 2017

Babylon Radio had the honour of interviewing singer/songwriter Federico Folclash Bormida before his tour through Europe. He will be playing an acoustic gig at Clockwork Door, Dublin on 6th April. Event at Clockwork Door Check out his new album “Last Ticket Home”. B: Hi…Federico, or…Folclash? F: Hi, you can call me Federico – that’s my […]

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Introducing…Paramore

By Jenny Bui / March 8, 2017

Let’s be honest, female rock/ pop singers don’t get as much attention as their male counterparts nowadays. To celebrate International Women’s Day, Babylon Radio wants to introduce you to one of the most successful rock bands that have a front woman.   Paramore     Paramore is an American rock band which was formed in […]

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