Name Roland K. Syria (Maestroland)
About This native of New Jersey began his musical journey as a musician in the Jersey City school system. The journey began as he played in the marching bands and orchestras of the citys educational system. In addition, he played with local bands which backed up groups such as Tomorrows Edition.
After arriving at Rutgers Universitys Livingston campus, he was inducted into broadcasting at their cable carrier station WRLC-AM. As it was a member of a local band which drummer was James Browns son lived down the hall in his dormitory. The rest is now history.
With the contemplation of pledging his second semester, he joined the interest group of a campus social fellowship. With the bands public address system, a small collection of vinyl and two turntable setups at Douglass campus Blake Hall auditorium birthed the mobile experience and history again was made.
Between the radio station and the mobile party episodes for the campus organizations, his second semester launched the career of this music programmer. As a result of major promoters bringing concert events with artist such as Jean Carn, Labelle, and Parliament Funkadelic to the campus gym, he played for those in attendance and this brought attention to club promoters.
It was not until the transfer of a Brooklyn College student to Rutgers that the real connection was made. His new friend being knowledgeable of the New York underground and the music industry caused him to be eventually introduced to Richard Long and his systems. This was how the love for the sound technology got even more embraced. Taking an electronic course at a local vocational center brought out further a hidden talent for technology. So, now we have the DJ that meets the engineer.
As it was El Castile in East Orange assisted with the next leg of his musical journey. Eventually setting a standard in both club and mobile arenas, he became a major force to the dance experience. His list of the club scenario put a number of back in the day clubs as The Cheetah (Paterson), Cosmos (Newark), Club 88 (East Orange) and Elks Clubs (Freehold and New Brunswick) in addition to the legendary Studio 54 on the map.
As life would have it, he took a hiatus from the club arena to return back to the terrestrial broadcasting while maintaining mobile for DJ and audio visual systems for installation/rental. For two decades at WRSU-FM, New Brunswick, NJ he focused on the creation of The Audio Light Club radio broadcast. The program aired in overnight and presented the most progressive urban format known to the industry. As a pioneer of gospel house and sanctified dance formats once again he sets the standard for the mix and makes history. Also known as Maestroland you can catch him now on the web.
Website URL
Category Weekenders - Part Time Talent
Nationality American
Contact Details
Email theaudiolightclub(at)
Cell Phone No. 908.720.4312
Telephone 732.762.0317
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City / Town New Brunswick
Street Address PO Box 1633
Province / State New Jersey
Country United States of America
[Availability & Optional Preferences]
Zip / Post Code 08903
Available to Start 2017-May-22
Location Preference New York City, NY & New Jersey
[Education & Experience]
Positions Interested In? Weekender - Part Time, Talent Available/Looking, Freelance Talent, Voice Over Talent, Afternoon Personality Host
Highest Education High School
Education Summary Project Management Professional Certifying
Certified Technology Specialist Certifying
Pro Data, Inc. (Jersey City, NJ) MS Office/Project Management Professional OSHA 10-Certified
AutoMax Sales Training & Consulting, LLC Certified Sales Consultant
Middlesex County College (Edison, NJ) Electronic and Computer Eng. Technologies
Kaizen Technologies, Inc. (Edison, NJ) Project Management Professional-Certificate
American Heart Association Certified Healthcare Provider (CPR & AED)
AutoMax Sales Training & Consulting, LLC Certified Sales Consultant
STIA Systems and Associates (Newark, NJ) Entrepreneurial Management- Certificate
E. Brunswick Voc. Ctr. (E. Brunswick, NJ) Electronics- Certificate
National Education Corp. (Scranton, PA) Television and VCR Repair
Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ) Communications-Journalism & Music.
Work Experience Edart GTI, Inc. (River Vale, NJ) - Project Engineer 2007-Present,
8 Squad Rebel Radio/ (Newark) - Program Host / Technical Producer 2017
WBJL Radio/ FM (New Brunswick) - Program Host / Technical Producer 2016-Present (Newark, NJ) - Program Host / Technical Producer 2011, Radio (Newark, NJ) - Program Host / Technical Producer 2009- Present, WRSU-FM / (New Brunswick, NJ) - Program Creator / Host / Producer 1988-2006, WCTC-AM / WMGQ-FM (New Brunswick, NJ) Technical Producer
Experience Years 11+ Yr
Salary Range
Additional Notes
   Also known as the Legendary DJ Extraordinaire Saint MAESTROLAND you can catch him now on the web. Broadcasting under the radio program name "The Audio Light Club" (aka Roland K. Syria Show) listen to the continuing mix segments Fridays at 103.9 New Brunswick, NJ and WBJL Radio ( 8-9:30 PM, 8 Squad Rebel Radio ( and UStream ( 10 PM - 12 Midnight just to start. The various collection of his mixes can, also, be heard on Spreaker (, ks and, Mixcloud (, and Soundcloud (, to name a few.
Connect with him on social media at the official fan page on Facebook ( ?ref=aymt_homepage_panel), Instagram ( n d/ ), Twitter (,,, and, Myspace ( to name a few. Now for those daring enough to be at a live event or him at a live event, always remember to wear your best dancing shows.

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