Being highlighted as ‘cool djs for weddings’ in both Martha Stewart Magazine and New York Weddings Mag, DJ Eko and Deejay Reborn each ping-pong across the country and other destinations on tinkerbelle wedding duties. Both originally hail from the SF Bay and met while living in NYC. They orbited in parallel both building a diverse background in djing and music. Their combined, massive roster is too long to list, with highlights of playing Sydney Opera House, Coachella, alongside Beyonce, Lauryn Hill, Maxwell, Miguel and on behalf of Russell Simmons & HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, Nike, Tokidoki, Donna Karan, Converse, Calvin Klein & Versace. Their common love of soulful music and versatility brought them together.

Upon meeting, “We discovered that we both really enjoy djing weddings. It’s an honor and we think it’s fun. Taboo exists around djing weddings. Happily enough, couples who want something different and authentic seek us out. We enjoy helping clients avoid djs who are ‘too cool for school’ or cheesy guys who pop out of a van in a bad suit. And we say ‘guys’ because as lady djs, we are Unicorns! Like .1% of the demographic. So we take the responsibility twice as seriously. We believe that on a wedding day, music is one of the top ‘make it’ or ‘break it’ elements of the reception. The vast majority of our couples feel the same way plus, the trust us. I think that’s why we end up having such great experiences.” -eko

Eko initially created a NYC-based boutique partnership that took off absolutely skywards, promptly landing editorials and interviews in print magazines and introducing Eko to some of the most talented and reputable event planners the East Coast has to offer. California always calls her and so HeartBeatsEverywhere was born. Both Eko and Reborn enjoy buzzing around from coast to coast and beyond to do what they do and spread the happy.

These two are versatile, tastemaker djs who are multifaceted in the music realm. Robyn teaches djing at NYC’s premier school, Dubspot. Erica is a music writer & journalist for Questlove’s Okayfuture. Erica and Robyn draw on their experiences with A-list performers, in night clubs, at fashion & lifestyle events, festivals, radio, silent discos [what’s a silent disco?!] even yoga classes to create a magical mojo and read crowds. They bring the fun of a contemporary dance floor to meet the traditional wedding format.


  • Your party-starting friend who doesn’t stop dancing even after he splits his pants breakdancing
  • Striped straws
  • Locally farmed fruits & veggies
  • Weddings in farm houses, by the ocean, rustic boat houses, vineyards, hip hotels & museums
  • Shiny, happy people at the end of the night
  • Brides who become our friends
  • Etsy
  • Couples with an amazing signature drink
  • Solution-oriented people
  • Heart-shaped ice cubes
  • Air Bnb
  • Hand-picked postage stamps
  • Giant sunglasses in the photo booth props box
  • Popsicles
  • Yoga
  • Instagram
  • The sound of your passport getting stamped
  • Snailmail
  • Cards Against Humanity

Not so Much

  • Bad weather on wedding days
  • Micromanagement
  • Garter toss
  • Screwing up the time-space continuum
  • Chain motels
  • Spam email
  • iPhone’s janky flash feature
  • Dehydration
  • The cheese factor [not the edible kind]
  • Mandatory nylons
  • Sand in the bed sheets
  • Purposefully misspelled words
  • Stale Red Vines