Guest Mixes

Welcome to our Guest Mix area! Here you can listen to our previous Guest Mixes on Dinglejam Radio. 

Robby East

Coming from a musical household, Robby East was pushed towards music at a young age. He started playing piano and guitar in his young years and moved towards producing when he was fourteen years old, inspired by other young producers from his hometown in The Netherlands, such as Martin Garrix. After trying out several genres, he found his sound in future house, a genre that invites to create music that pushes the boundaries of house music. Through his creative melodies he intends to communicate emotions, amplified with usage of organic instruments like violins. The future house audience quickly welcomed his melancholic sound and has kept supporting him throughout the years. While exploring and developing a unique style, Robby East enjoys giving back support and sharing his knowledge with aspiring producers. 

Cynthia Lacle

Cynthia Lacle´s story begun about 5 years ago with a DJ course I took in Eindhoven. After that she knews that she wanted to do more as a DJ. So she practiced a respectable amount of hours to afterwards determine the music style that would suit she best: ‘progressive house’.

Cynthia took part in the 2016 ‘NDJK’ – the 2016 Dutch DJ championships – which were held in Limburg. This was her first time ever to participate in a DJ competition. Cynthia finished 17th but learned a lot from this event.

2017 inspired her to participate again in the NDJK. She entered the competitions very well prepared and with also the coaching of leading DJ’s, She made it to the finals with a good overall total score. She finished 1st on December 16, 2017! Therefore she is the first female to carry the title “Dutch DJ champion”.

 

 


Robert Eibach

Robert Eibach began his music career studying communications and audio/video production at Temple University in Philadelphia. It was there he developed the skills to Produce and Engineer professional music. Robert began working at Third Story Recording Studio in Philadelphia, where he engineered Rock, Gospel, R&B, Hip-Hop, Pop and other musical styles, and worked with top recording artists including Swizz Beatz and Korn.

 

In 2017, Robert’s remixed Smashmouth‘s 20th Anniversary release of “Walkin’ On The Sun” on Interscope Records and reached #5 on the Billboard Dance Club Play Chart.  He also remixed Lisa Cole’s song “Lost Love” and Tami’s song “The Sugar Shack”, both of which reached #11 on the Billboard Dance Club Play Chart.  His work can also be heard on 2017 releases “Made In LA” by Lucky Diaz and The Family Jam Band, also “Symphonic Soweto” by the Soweto Gospel Choir and Wouter Kellerman.  Robert co-wrote and produced the theme song for the feature film “Bloodline: Now or Never”, titled “Now or Never” with David Longoria and features singer April Diamond.

 

 


Josh Marko

After a move to LA, a change of inspiration lead Josh to focus on the deeper sides of electronic music (House & Techno). He has played shows all over the west coast (Seattle, San Francisco & Los Angeles), released records with Audiophile XXL, Laser Native & Teknofonic Recordings, and created his own imprint NALM Music.


DJ Eschko

D.J. from the Netherlands have a very around playlist but his speciality is Techno, Tech House, Funky Groove Jacking House, Future House and Urban music.


RetroVision

From Marseille, France, he started releasing music through SoundCloud and YouTube, garnering support from YouTube music-promotion channels such as NoCopyrightSounds (NCS), House Nation, MrSuicideSheep and xKito. His 2016 song "Puzzle", which was released on NCS, has gathered over 30 million streams. In 2017, he released the songs "Waves" and "Nobody Else" on Don Diablo's HEXAGON record label. He has also released singles such as "Get Up" and "Get Down".


DJ Merow

Born and raised in Alkmaar, Merow (Megan Nelemaat) developed her passion when she started taking DJ lessons. At the age of 10 she was all in to become a good DJ. Determined and driven as she is, she started producing only 3 years later and dropped her debut single “Twerk” in 2019. A track with a Big Room sound, which clearly represents her ambition to play big rooms soon.


DJ Creeps

Creeps is a Dutch Dj/Producer in the Electronic Dance Music industry. At age of 8yrs, Stefan (Creeps realname) started with Dj lessons in his own hometown Barendrecht. After some performances at school party’s he started beginning of 2016 with Dj performances all over Holland in Stores, Private party’s, School party’s, Club’s and Festivals.