by | Apr 26, 2010 | PODCASTS

BOUNCE is back with one of our own local Richmond Dj’s. DJ Boggle joins us from the Turnstyle crew here in town. This mix hits us with some good house tunes with kinda a Chicago vibe at times…..

BOUNCE is back with one of our own local Richmond Dj’s. DJ Boggle joins us from the Turnstyle crew here in town. This mix hits us with some good house tunes with kinda a Chicago vibe at times….. good for these nice spring days!

Tastemakers Reinhold and Jennings bring you BOUNCE, our showcase of the best in local and regional deejays sets.
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DJ Boggle
(Turnstyle / Insomnia / Richmond VA)

DJ Boggle began making mixed tapes to inspire the boogie in those around him from an early age. He started spinning records in 1992 while enrolled at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. His early sound drew from 90’s house and rave/techno styles, and has since evolved into the funky, jazzy, and deep house sounds he plays today. In the early 90s, DJ Boggle started” Insomnia Productions”, which helped create greater opportunity for him to share and promote his music. The Insomnia parties in the early ’90’s are credited as some of the first underground rave events in Richmond to bring in both national and international DJ talents. In 1993 Boggle entered the first ever FEVER / BUZZ DJ Competition in Baltimore where he battled it out on the decks with some tough competition of the day. Soon after, DJ Boggle began to fully concentrate his talents more towards DJ’ing and began to travel extensively in VA, Baltimore/DC, NC, the Midwest , and throughout the East Coast to play records.

DJ Boggle has become a name that is synonymous with house music in Virginia. He has held several past residencies in Richmond and VA Beach nightclubs: Club Colours (now 534), The Metro, Twister’s, Fielden’s, Caffine’s, and The Abyss to name a few. He is currently affiliated with Pure Love , Turnstyle, and Evolve VA. His musical style is heavily influenced by Chicago house flavors, as well as the acid jazz sounds and trip hop beats of the mid 90’s. He cites musical artists like Mark Farina, Derrick Carter, Miles Maeda, and Greg Eversoul as inspiration. DJ Boggle can be currently heard at PULSE (weekly Wednesday’s in Virginia Beach), PUSH (Turnstyle’s bi-monthly Thursday night in Richmond at Godfrey’s), regular guest DJ spotlight appearances on WRIR 97.3 (Sat nights – Richmond), and at First Friday Artwalks at Turnstyle Records (Richmond).


Troydon – Da Jazz Joint
Gramaphonedzie – Street Lady
FraidSo – Movin On Miles’ Werkin Remix
Natural Rhythm – BBQ Jazz
Vernon & Dacosta – Never Surprised
Bryan Jones – Jazz Box
Real Time Hand Motion – Who Got It?
Sleazy McQueen – I’m Workin All Night
Crazy P – The Hit
Pete DaFeet – Better
Wattie Green – Mid Term Strut
JT Donaldson – The Get Down
Troydon – To the Beat
Kruse & Nuernberg – Lovers n Fighters
Fred Everything & JT Donaldson – Amore’
Mark & Stevens – This is the Life
Inland Knights – Slummin
Mario Aureo & Marc Poppcke – Hmmmahaaayeah
Motor City Drum Ensemble – Raw Cuts #2
Jazzy Eyewear – Doin Wrong

This set was made from Vinyl only – 2 technics turntables & needles on wax
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John Reinhold

John Reinhold

John Reinhold is currently CXO of Inkwell Ventures Inc. which owns and operates RVA Magazine and GayRVA. Also, he is a deejay with PLF, husband and father to a couple of great kids.

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