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Dj Dione’s radio carreer started in the beginning of the 90’s, when he was invited to present a radioshow on ‘Radio Lelystad’, together with Dj Unity. This had started with one show for the ‘House against hate’ campaign, but was so successful that it became a weekly programme and Dione was asked to help the originators with it’s presentation and music selection.

The show evolved into one of the first hardcore radioshows in the world, but unfortunately could only be received in a small part of Holland. It was later called the ‘Gabbergrot’ and was known for it’s high concentration of bullshit and just plain nonsense, with the hardest records and weirdest jingles to make it complete. This concept (‘format’) was taken over by a lot of local radioshows to come.

Because this radioshow was so popular, he was then asked to do a radioshow on New Dance Radio, a commercial radio-network. Here he presented a radioshow called ‘Hakkeuh’. First together with Dj Unity and later with Sjonnie, now known as Johnny J. It became Holland’s most listened-to hardcore radioshow and could be received by cable in the biggest part of The Netherlands. The show was awarded with an ID&T award for best hardcore radioshow, several years in a row.

When New Dance Radio was taken over by ID&T Radio (Slam FM) they however decided to cancel the show, even though ‘Hakkeuh’ was only one of a few programmes at New Dance Radio that was still popular. This was because they were aiming at another, non-hardcore audience with their new network.