Sunday, October 2, 2011

Mix: DJ Bolivia, "Welcome To The Machine"

I've been playing around with my DJ Mixes page on my main site a bit lately, trying to tidy it up and provide better info. Some people are probably curious about track listings for some mixes, and other than the Subterranean Homesick Grooves radio shows, track listing info is generally almost impossible to find for some of my older stuff. So to fix that, I'm in the process of digging up track listings for everything that isn't already available, and publishing them here in my blog so they can be found more easily.

This is an old mix that I recorded during a massive snowstorm in the Maritimes in 2004. At the time, I'm not sure what I was thinking, but I wrote this about the mix: "The machine will play almost anything electronica, from trance, to progressive, to techno. Created during 'The White Juan,' Halifax's greatest winter storm in recorded history, this CD at first seems to be dark and oppressive. Listen carefully though, and you may instead decide that the mix is purposely restrained, steady, and calculating. Whether the music is new or old, the beat goes on..."




Mix Name: "Welcome To The Machine"
Details: 63 minutes playing time, 131-134 bpm progressive tech-house.
Recorded: February 24th, 2004.

Track Listings:
01. Marshal Lore, "PlaySound." Written and produced by John Elliott & John-Paul Denton. Published by Copyright Control. Distributed by Intergroove Ltd., Copyright 2003, Harlem Recordings.
02. Echomen, "Spirit." [Mooncat Mix]. Written and produced by Chris Scott & Anton Fielding. Exclusively distributed by Intergroove. Published by Copyright Control. Copyright 2004, Forensic Records.
03. Wintersun feat. Michelle Ward, "Losing It." Written & produced by C. Bickley. Vocals by Michelle Ward. Copyright Control. Copyright 2004, Automatic Records Ltd.
04. Spawn Blond feat. Jimi Dred, "Waterfalls." [The Scumfrog Mix]. Written by Sean Peachy, James Carr, and Stephan Luke Delacotte. Produced by Stephan Luke for Fat Free Music, Inc. Remix and additional production by The Scumfrog. Manufactured and distributed by US Music Corporation. Copyright 2003, Effin Records.
05. Inkfish, "How Can I Believe." [Subway Baby vs. Martin H remix]. White label.
06. P.F.N., "Put Your Earphones On." Appearing on the Communication One [Sasha & Digweed] compilation, Copyright 2000, Sony Music Entertainment Ltd.
07. Fred Numf vs. Etienne Overdijk, "Drifting." Written and composed by F. V. Eck & E. Overdijk. Published by Enormous Music, Strengtholt Music Group. Licensed from Fred Numf Productions. Copyright 2003, Yo Recordings.
08. Ambrozia, "Lovely Lovely Lovely." [Lee Kavanagh Remix]. From the Cox E.P., vol. 2. Written by Hiro Tanaka, Edison & Julianne. Produced by DJ 19 & Edison. Vocals by Julianne. Remix & additional production by Lee Kavanagh. Published by EMI Music Publishing Japan Ltd./Sound Syndicate Inc. Copyright 2004, 19-Box Recordings.
09. Fred Numf vs. Etienne Overdijk, "Disorientation." Written and composed by F. V. Eck & E. Overdijk. Published by Enormous Music, Strengtholt Music Group. Licensed from Fred Numf Productions. Copyright 2003, Yo Recordings.
10. Seishi Ono & Kut Goldcard, "Girl." Distributed by Intergroove. Copyright 2003, Wild Loops.
11. Tomaz vs. Filterheadz, "I Love Techno (United as One)." [Original]. Written and produced by Bert Wilmaers, Maarten Wilmaers and Tomazz. Published by News Publishing. Recorded at Borderland Studio. Copyright 2002, News.
12. Trisco, "Musak." [Wonderland Avenue Remix]. Appearing on the Communication One [Sasha & Digweed] compilation, Copyright 2000, Sony Music Entertainment Ltd.
13. Max Graham, "Tell You." [Original]. Written and produced by Max Graham. Published by Copyright Control. Contains a sample from the recording "Call Waiting," by Zap Mama, licensed courtesy of Virgin Music Belgium. Copyright 2002, Hope Recordings.


This mix can be downloaded as part of an archive of 15 of DJ Bolivia's older mixes, from the following Google Drive link:


The mixes are compressed as a RAR archive, which can be opened natively in Windows.  If you're using a Mac, you can use free utilities to open the RAR (popular examples are "The Unarchiver" and the "UnRarX" app).  The password to open the archive is simply 'bolivia' and the size of the download is 2.5 gigabytes.  If you have problems downloading this archive from the above Google Drive link, you can email DJ Bolivia at djbolivia@gmail.com for an alternate download link.

Additional information about finding any of DJ Bolivia's older mixes can be found at this link:


Thanks for your interest in these old historical mixes!