Writer/Producer/Mixer, Rob Endling, moved to Las Vegas after being recruited (with Curtis Martin) by writer/producer, Kane Churko, to get involved with the acts recording at The Hideout Recording Studio.Endling’s work as engineer paid off, as it led to working on various projects, including rapper, Ekoh. Endling’s collaboration with Martin on Ekoh’s “Sad But True” on the Through the Static EP features the Endling/Martin rock project, Sixlight. Rob continues to write with Ekoh on future releases.


The track is one of the highlights of the release.  Other artists took notice of Endling’s skills and has co-written and contributed production on various projects, including developing artist, Lolife.

The North Carolina native has co-writes on the Otherwise album, Defy, (Mascot) and a new Sixlight track. Endling has co-writes on the new Santa Cruz album Katharsis, as well as “Gold,” the new single from Rachel Lorin (The Orchard).