Saturday, December 27, 2014

SHG Radio Show, Episode 238

Welcome to this week's edition of Subterranean Homesick Grooves™, a weekly electronica-based radio show presented originally on CHMA FM 106.9 at Mount Allison University in Atlantic Canada (but expanded to distribution on other terrestrial and internet-based radio stations), and also distributed as a global podcast through iTunes. The show is normally programmed and mixed by Jonathan Clark (as DJ Bolivia), although some weeks feature guest mixes by other Canadian DJ's. The show encompasses many sub-genres within the realm of electronic dance music, but the main focus is definitely on tech-house and techno, and a small amount of progressive, trance, & minimal. Due to the mix of styles, you may hear combinations of tracks that wouldn't normally be featured together in a DJ's live set, but this show is intended to feature various styles of electronic/dance music. Liner notes for this episode (SHG 238) can be seen below.

Para la información en español, vaya aquí.

By the way, if you're looking for DJ mixes in styles other than progressive/tech-house, check out www.djbolivia.ca/mixes.html. That page has a number of mainstream/top40 dance mixes (the "Workout Mix" series), as well as some deep house, drum and bass, and other styles.




Here's our Podcast Feed to paste into iTunes or any other podcatcher:
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shg

Older episodes of the show are not directly available from our main servers anymore, to conserve space for more recent episodes. However, all older episodes have been posted individually on SoundCloud, and also in archives of 25 episodes apiece (convenient for bulk downloading) from DJ Bolivia's Public Dropbox folder. That Dropbox link also has folders for individual tracks and remixes, project files and stem collections for producers who want to make their own remixes, videos, and other material. You don't even need to have a Dropbox account to download files from it.


Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:



I'll be playing tonight in Halifax, Nova Scotia. A classic house set, for the Christmas Classics event.


Here are Track Listings for episode 238:

01. Maruizio - C4.
02. Mathew Jonson - New Identity.
03. Manuel De Lorenzi - Little Helper 44-2.
04. Sebastian Wiick - Little Helper 53-3.
05. Burger & Voigt - Man Lebt Nur Zweimal.
06. Aphex Twin - Polynomial-C (Maceo Plex Edit).
07. White Brothers - Little Helper 96-7.
08. Sebo K - Far Out (Joris Voorn Remix).
09. D Diggler - Motojuice.
10. Mihai Popoviciu - Curbat.
11. Plastikman - Oldskool.
12. Laurie Anderson - O Superman (Cherry Bomb Bootleg).





Here are links to either personal websites, Facebook pages, or [usually] the SoundCloud pages for a few of the original artists and remixers/producers listed above.



Manuel De Lorenzi (Italy)
Mathew Jonson (Germany)
Aphex Twin (United Kingdom)
White Brothers (Italy)
Sebo K (Germany)
D Diggler (Germany)
Mihai Popoviciu (Romania)
Plastikman (Canada)
Maceo Plex (Spain)
Joris Voorn (Netherlands)


Subterranean Homesick Grooves is a weekly specialty EDM music show with a basic weekly audience base of about 1500 listeners per week through podcasting, direct downloads, and distribution on a small number of internet-based radio networks, plus another hundred or so listeners through SoundCloud, and an unknown number of listeners through terrestrial FM broadcast. If you're a radio station programming director, and would like to add Subterranean Homesick Grooves to your regular programming lineup, contact djbolivia@gmail.com for details. We currently release SHG as an advance download to a number of stations globally on a weekly basis (at no charge), and we welcome inquiries from additional outlets.

Go to the Mix Downloads page on the main DJ Bolivia website if you'd like to check out a number of our older shows, or visit our SoundCloud page for individual tracks and remixes. And if you're interested in learning more about DJ'ing or music production, check out Jonathan Clark's extensive and very popular series of YouTube tutorials. There's a full & organized index of all the videos at:
djbolivia.ca/videos.html

We also have a file containing complete track listings from all of DJ Bolivia's radio shows, studio mixes, and live sets. The PDF version can be viewed from within your browser by clicking directly. Both the PDF and the Excel versions can be downloaded by right-clicking and choosing the "save link as" option:

View as PDF file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.pdf
Download Excel file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.xlsx









Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca
        MixCloud: mixcloud.com/djbolivia




Wednesday, December 24, 2014

A Gift for the World - Donate Spare Computer Time

As I write this, depending where you live in the world, today/tomorrow is a major holiday for people of certain religions. Of course, there are billions of people around the world who don't celebrate right now, but who celebrate other holidays at certain times of the year when gift-giving is a tradition.

No matter what holidays you celebrate, or when you happen to read this post, how would you like to give a gift to the rest of the world? And it doesn't really cost anything (except a bit of electricity consumption when your computer is turned on).

The gift is participation in a volunteer "grid computing" project. Wait! I know, your eyes started to glaze over when you saw "grid computing."  Please, bear with me for a second!

There are literally hundreds of millions of computers around the world.  Many of them are inexpensive laptops or tablets for personal use.  You might not think that your "old laptop" is very powerful, but the interesting thing is that it is probably only "in use" for about 2-5% of the time when it's turned on.  The rest of the time, it's sitting there waiting for something to do.  Even when it looks busy, because it's streaming music or uploading a YouTube video, the brain of the computer (the CPU) is idle most of the time.

So it's possible (and easy) to set up your computers so when they're turned on but not in use, they're helping solve scientific problems that could benefit millions of people.  For example, my laptop is currently running projects to help study proteins.  This research is useful in fighting diseases such as malaria, cancer, Alzheimer's, and HIV.  My laptop is also helping to catalog a high quality model of our near galaxy.  It's also searching for pulsar stars, and working on a few other projects.  And it's not costing me a penny, other than my electric bill.

Ok, at this point, if you don't want to try to help cure diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's, etc., then you can stop reading.  But if I've aroused your curiosity, let me describe in more detail how it works, and I'll explain some of the specific projects that I'm supporting.


The Software:


The project is called BOINC, which stands for Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing.  Berkeley of course refers to the University of California at Berkeley.  You don't have to be very tech-savvy to make it work on your computer.  The people at Berkley set up the software to try to make it as user-friendly as possible, and to run in the background so you never notice it.

BOINC is currently available for a number of platforms.  For Windows, your computer must be running XP (service pack 2) or a more recently operating system, which should cover 99.98% of all Windows machines still functioning.  For Mac's, you need OS X 10.4 or later.  There are also versions for Linux and for Android, although the Android software is currently not working properly since Lollipop was released.  That should be fixed shortly.

Here is the download page for BOINC:  http://boinc.berkeley.edu/index.php


How It Works:


Basically, an institution that has a very large amount of data to process, but not enough computers to do it, can set up their project with BOINC.  People who decide to contribute computer time to a project will receive small chunks of data to process.  Your computer will spend a few hours or a few days processing this chunk of data, and then sends the results back to the project's institution.  The institution then sends you another chunk of data to work on.  This all happens in the background, so you don't have to spend any time answering or sending emails, etc.  And if you're worried about the internet usage, you can restrict the times that data is sent or received, and you can cap the bandwidth if you want.  But for most people, this won't be a big deal.  The bandwidth that most of these projects will send/receive in a day is probably less than you'd use watching a two-minute YouTube video.  If you're on Android on a phone, you can tell it to wait until you're at a free WiFi point to send/receive, so you don't use any of your mobile data.

The strength of the system is that the institution can be sending chunks of data out to dozens or even thousands of computers all around the world to simultaneously help work on analyzing data!  If you're curious about what happens to data that can't be processed, and whether or not it affects the project, there are safeguards.  For example, if you are processing info for a project and your laptop gets run over by a bus, there are deadlines built into each chunk of data.  So for this example, if the institution doesn't get results back from the data chunk that your computer is working on within say, 30 days, it sends the same chunk out to someone else's computer to analyze.


Slightly Technical Section:


You can ignore this short section if you want to avoid technical stuff!

If you want to really control the parameters for BOINC, you can customize a lot of stuff.  For example, I have mine set up so that after ten minutes of no activity on the computer, it starts to run.  I think this is fairly typical, although maybe the default is one hour.  But as soon as BOINC detects that you're using the computer (either through physical interaction such as a keypress, or high CPU usage such as watching a video) then it suspends operations until it knows that you're not using the laptop yourself.  This way, your laptop is never "slowed down" when you're using it.

For CPU usage, I have mine set so that BOINC doesn't run if my CPU is over 15%.  When it is running, I have it capped at a maximum of 95% of CPU.  For people with advanced graphics cards, which probably isn't a lot of people, you can allow BOINC to use the processing power of your card.  For example, I have a fairly nice nVidia GeForce 870M video card, so that's also helping to do calculations when BOINC is running.  BOINC supports quite a few nVidia and ATI/AMD cards.

From the BOINC Manager program, if you want to get really technical, go into View and switch to Advanced.  Then go into Tools and select Computing Preferences.  This is where you can play with your CPU and network and hard drive usage settings.  You can also determine whether or not it auto-loads when you boot your device, or whether it has to be turned on manually.  You can also temporarily do a suspension of processing with a single click in the Manager program.  For instance, I have mine set up to auto-boot and run most of the time, but just in case, I suspend it when my computer is rendering large video and audio files (although it shouldn't run then anyway because my CPU is too busy).

Although BOINC runs on all major platforms, not all individual projects using BOINC are able to run on all platforms.  For example, many projects can't take advantage of GPU processing, and some projects only run in Windows and Mac environments.


Cool Stuff:


BOINC on all my machines has a screensaver, which I've turned on.  I've matched the screensaver start time to my "start BOINC processing after 10 minutes of downtime" setting, so when BOINC starts, the screensaver comes on.  You don't have to run the screensaver.  However, for some of the projects, it's pretty cool, and it's a nice conversation piece if someone notices it and asks what your computer is doing.  You can tell them that you're saving the world.

To get to your screensaver settings in Windows, go to Control Panel then Display then Personalization.  I have mine set to never blank, run the generic BOINC portion for 1 minutes, then run project screensavers for 1 hour.  So it keeps switching back and forth between the generic one (1 minute long) and then an hour of various project screensavers.  Within the project screensavers, I have it set to switch every 2 minutes, so there's more variety.

Some of the screensavers keep spinning or displaying changing graphics of stuff being studied, so a single screenshot isn't very exciting.  But here are screenshots from two projects that my laptop is running, from the Rosetta and Einstein projects:




These screensavers have captured the attention of many people who have been by my house to visit.


Projects:


Here are some of the projects that I'm supporting.  I have them set to cycle automatically, so my laptop processes one for an hour, then moves on to the next, so they eventually all get an equal share of my computer's time.  In the preferences, you can allocate different percentages of your overall CPU to various projects, in case there are some projects that you want to support more than others.

Milky Way 
This project is creating a highly accurate three dimensional model of the Milky Way galaxy using data gathered by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.  They have a facebook page and website and YouTube channel, like many of the other projects.

Rosetta
Determining three dimensional shapes of proteins in research that will hopefully lead to a cure of some major human diseases, including diseases such as HIV, malaria, cancer, Alzheimer's, etc.

SkyNet POGS
An astronomy project studying sixteen different properties of galaxies, and also helping to produce an atlas to help astronomers better understand the distant universe.

MalariaControl
Sponsored by the Swiss Tropical Institute, this project is doing modelling/simulations of large human populations to determine optimal strategies for delivering mosquito nets, chemotheraphy, and new vaccines that are currently under development and testing.

Einstein
Searching for spinning neutron stars (pulsars) using data from the Arecibo observatory.  Volunteers helping with this project have already discovered several dozen pulsars over the past couple years!

SETI
This is the project that got BOINC started over a decade ago.  This project searches through data gathered by various observatories and looks for non-naturally occurring radio signals from outside our solar system, in other words, the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence.  So far, none have been found, but people continue to search.  You probably know this joke: "What's the biggest sign that extra-terrestrial intelligence actually exists?  That they haven't tried to contact us."

World Community Grid
This one, sponsored by IBM, is actually a group of non-profit projects on things like research into HIV/AIDS, cancer, tropical and neglected diseases, solar energy, clean water, and many more.  For instance, there is an Ebola research project available from this group.

If you want to see a more complete list of projects to choose from, go here:

Obviously, there are dozens of projects available to chose from.  You can contribute to just a single project, or you can contribute to a dozen or more.  Your choice.  You'll find that most of the projects specifically fall within research areas within the following fields, due to the data-crunching requirements of these areas of study:  astronomy, math, physics, quantum physics, biology & life sciences, and medicine.  Just remember that you have to install BOINC itself before you start participating in a project.


Getting Started:


After you install the BOINC software, you'll have to go to the "load project" section and pick a project that you want to support.  After that's set up, load another project if you want.  You'll probably be impatient at first to see it start working.  Give it time.  When you first install it, it needs some time to download data to process, to think about how to set things up, and so on.  Also, your stats screens and screen saver will display stats showing how many "work units" your system has completed.  Don't expect those to go up right away!  It may take hours or a day or two before your system finishes processing the first batch of data, then the data has to be sent back to the project sponsor and verified.  So it may look like you've processed 0 units of work for a few days, and then all of a sudden it'll jump up to hundreds or thousands of units processed.  Be patient.


Final Thoughts:


You may wonder how many people are participating in these projects?  As of today, it appears that about 236,000 people from around the world are contributing computer time to various BOINC projects.  They are doing this on about 481,000 computers.  By the way, many users are running BOINC on several machines and tablets and phones simultaneously.  For instance, I have it running on three devices in my house.

There are many web pages showing the stats and progress of various projects.  Some users gather together in "teams" to 

I highly encourage you to contribute to this project.  Seriously, what do you have to lose?  Some people leave their computers running all night, doing nothing!  Think of how good you'll feel if you know that your computer isn't dormant, it's helping advance research in the cure of diseases that kill millions of people every year!

Also, the screensaver options are great.  They've really drawn attention to the project when people see them.  The whole concept is a great conversation starter.  Next time you have friends over to visit, wouldn't it be cool to say, "Hey, I just set my computer up to help study a potential cure for Ebola."

If you're worried about the electric bill, remember that it's not going to cost you anything unless you leave the laptop on longer than you normally would have.  And realistically, leaving a computer on overnight, year-round, to contribute to these projects is not much different than donating $20 once a year to a local charity.

Even if you only have a single computer running the BOINC software, and it's only running a few hours each day, you're still contributing to a great cause.  And what about your computer at work?  If you're not on a special networked computer, maybe that one can also be allowed to BOINC?  You better check your company's policies first, but some companies are fine with this.  After all, it's for a great cause. 

Once again, here's the link to get you started:


Please, share this post with other people you know who might be interested in learning about these projects.  I've just added share/retweet/like buttons below.  There are probably lots of people out there who would love to contribute to some of these projects, but just don't know that the possibility exists.










 


Thursday, December 18, 2014

SHG Radio Show, Episode 237

Welcome to this week's edition of Subterranean Homesick Grooves™, a weekly electronica-based radio show presented originally on CHMA FM 106.9 at Mount Allison University in Atlantic Canada (but expanded to distribution on other terrestrial and internet-based radio stations), and also distributed as a global podcast through iTunes. The show is normally programmed and mixed by Jonathan Clark (as DJ Bolivia), although some weeks feature guest mixes by other Canadian DJ's. The show encompasses many sub-genres within the realm of electronic dance music, but the main focus is definitely on tech-house and techno, and a small amount of progressive, trance, & minimal. Due to the mix of styles, you may hear combinations of tracks that wouldn't normally be featured together in a DJ's live set, but this show is intended to feature various styles of electronic/dance music. Liner notes for this episode (SHG 237) can be seen below.

Para la información en español, vaya aquí.

By the way, if you're looking for DJ mixes in styles other than progressive/tech-house, check out www.djbolivia.ca/mixes.html. That page has a number of mainstream/top40 dance mixes (the "Workout Mix" series), as well as some deep house, drum and bass, and other styles.




Here's our Podcast Feed to paste into iTunes or any other podcatcher:
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shg

Older episodes of the show are not directly available from our main servers anymore, to conserve space for more recent episodes. However, all older episodes have been posted individually on SoundCloud, and also in archives of 25 episodes apiece (convenient for bulk downloading) from DJ Bolivia's Public Dropbox folder. That Dropbox link also has folders for individual tracks and remixes, project files and stem collections for producers who want to make their own remixes, videos, and other material. You don't even need to have a Dropbox account to download files from it.


Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:


Here are Track Listings for episode 237:

01. T Dallas - False Love (Original Mix).
02. Seba Lecompte - Endless Therapy (Original Mix).
03. Miguel Tagua - In Your Party (Original Mix).
04. Arthur Ferreyra & Angelo Raguso - Fifth November (AndReew Remix).
05. Ciszak - Triple X (Original Mix).
06. Franx - Let's Party (Original Mix).
07. Wan - Bazooka (Original Mix).
08. Jason Rivas - Change (Jason's Smash Instrumental Mix).
09. Danger Noise - Sunspot (Original Mix).
10. Marco P - Maximum Resolution (Marc B Remix).
11. Agus Garcia - Victoria (Original Mix).





Here are links to either personal websites, Facebook pages, or [usually] the SoundCloud pages for a few of the original artists and remixers/producers listed above.



Seba Lecompte (Belgium)
Miguel Tagua (Spain)
Angelo Raguso (Italy)
Ciszak (Brazil)
Franx (Italy)
Jason Rivas (Spain)
Danger Noise (Ukraine)
Marco P (Switzerland)
Agus Garcia (Argentina)
Marc B (Spain)


Subterranean Homesick Grooves is a weekly specialty EDM music show with a basic weekly audience base of about 1500 listeners per week through podcasting, direct downloads, and distribution on a small number of internet-based radio networks, plus another hundred or so listeners through SoundCloud, and an unknown number of listeners through terrestrial FM broadcast. If you're a radio station programming director, and would like to add Subterranean Homesick Grooves to your regular programming lineup, contact djbolivia@gmail.com for details. We currently release SHG as an advance download to a number of stations globally on a weekly basis (at no charge), and we welcome inquiries from additional outlets.

Go to the Mix Downloads page on the main DJ Bolivia website if you'd like to check out a number of our older shows, or visit our SoundCloud page for individual tracks and remixes. And if you're interested in learning more about DJ'ing or music production, check out Jonathan Clark's extensive and very popular series of YouTube tutorials. There's a full & organized index of all the videos at:
djbolivia.ca/videos.html

We also have a file containing complete track listings from all of DJ Bolivia's radio shows, studio mixes, and live sets. The PDF version can be viewed from within your browser by clicking directly. Both the PDF and the Excel versions can be downloaded by right-clicking and choosing the "save link as" option:

View as PDF file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.pdf
Download Excel file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.xlsx









Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca
        MixCloud: mixcloud.com/djbolivia




Sunday, December 14, 2014

"Time Keeps Marching On" (Jonathan Clark)

I just finished working on a song this evening (not electronic/dance music), and I have copyrighted it and registered it with SOCAN (Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada). I'm posting it here as a public record of the date and time of copyright. At the present time, I am posting only the lyrics, although I may add a professional recording at some point in the future. If any singers/artists want to cover this song, please feel free to go ahead as long as proper attribution is given so that my composer/author royalties will accrue properly.


Jonathan Clark – “Time Keeps Marching On”

Chords:  Repeating Am, F, C, G in verses and chorus, with G, Am, F, G in bridge.

Mood:  Melancholy.  Suggested tempo approximately 63 bpm.

Setting/Plot:  Singer (gender unknown) is thinking about someone who is presumably his partner/lover.  It becomes apparent that that person has departed, and that the singer is depressed about the situation, hoping that it will change.  The passage of time is indicated throughout the song by changing time references in the choruses, and it become apparent by the end of the song that the partner/lover is not going to return.  There is no indication throughout the song why the partner/lover has departed. Perhaps it was a quarrel, or perhaps the person fell in love with someone else.  The listener will probably be waiting throughout the song for clues to explain why the partner/lover has left, but the question will never be answered.

Plot Twist:  Perhaps a music video could provide hints or visual cues throughout the song that perhaps the lovers were in a quarrel, but at the end, suddenly reveal that the lover got into a vehicle accident while texting and driving.  A video could reveal any number of surprise endings.


Verse1:
Thoughts
Memories
What we did
You and me
Days
Without a care
All because
You were there

Chorus1:
Staying here in bed all day, I
Can’t believe you went away
Someday soon maybe you’ll come back
Time keeps marching on

Verse2:
Words
Things you said
Forever caught
In my head
Laughs
I had with you
Your easy smile
It haunts me too

Chorus2:
Saying prayers in bed all day, it’s
Been a while since you went away
Someday soon maybe you’ll come back
Yet time keeps marching on

Solo Section Here – probably just some Am chords

Bridge:
I’m not too sure, what I can do
I can’t stop thinking thoughts of you
How do I go back in time, and
Change ….          

Verse3:
Time
Keeps Marching On
It slowly ticks
From dusk ‘til dawn
Nights
Awake, alone
A lonely house
An empty home

Chorus3:
Praying here in bed all day, it’s
Been so long since you went away
I understand that you won’t be back
It’s time to get my life on track
You won’t return, I must accept
Although it hasn’t hit me yet
I never will repay your debt
And time keeps marching on
Time keeps marching on

Time keeps marching on


Works and music copyright 2014, Jonathan Clark
Registered with SOCAN (The Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada), on December 14th, 2014, as Work # A1408096.  My IPI number is 547338531.

Contact the author/composer:  jonathan.scooter.clark@gmail.com





Friday, December 12, 2014

SHG Radio Show, Episode 236

Welcome to this week's edition of Subterranean Homesick Grooves™, a weekly electronica-based radio show presented originally on CHMA FM 106.9 at Mount Allison University in Atlantic Canada (but expanded to distribution on other terrestrial and internet-based radio stations), and also distributed as a global podcast through iTunes. The show is normally programmed and mixed by Jonathan Clark (as DJ Bolivia), although some weeks feature guest mixes by other Canadian DJ's. The show encompasses many sub-genres within the realm of electronic dance music, but the main focus is definitely on tech-house and techno, and a small amount of progressive, trance, & minimal. Due to the mix of styles, you may hear combinations of tracks that wouldn't normally be featured together in a DJ's live set, but this show is intended to feature various styles of electronic/dance music. Liner notes for this episode (SHG 236) can be seen below.

Para la información en español, vaya aquí.

By the way, if you're looking for DJ mixes in styles other than progressive/tech-house, check out www.djbolivia.ca/mixes.html. That page has a number of mainstream/top40 dance mixes (the "Workout Mix" series), as well as some deep house, drum and bass, and other styles.




Here's our Podcast Feed to paste into iTunes or any other podcatcher:
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shg

Older episodes of the show are not directly available from our main servers anymore, to conserve space for more recent episodes. However, all older episodes have been posted individually on SoundCloud, and also in archives of 25 episodes apiece (convenient for bulk downloading) from DJ Bolivia's Public Dropbox folder. That Dropbox link also has folders for individual tracks and remixes, project files and stem collections for producers who want to make their own remixes, videos, and other material. You don't even need to have a Dropbox account to download files from it.


Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:



Here are Track Listings for episode 236:

01. Joss & D Lamar - Reevolution (Metodi Hristov Remix).
02. Helly Larson - Drift (Original Mix).
03. Tapia Beat - Abracadabra (Original Sarape Mix).
04. Chrono - African Motel (Original Mix).
05. Danny Dulgheru - My Self (Original Mix).
06. Sergio Casas - Teknology (Hallowman Remix).
07. Agent Orange - Inside My Heart (Original Mix).
08. Matthieu Duchesne - On (Original Mix).
09. Pirupa - Wise (Original Mix).
10. Umek & DJ Dan - Mighty Wind (Original Club Mix).
11. Monococ - Monolite (Original Mix).





Here are links to either personal websites, Facebook pages, or [usually] the SoundCloud pages for a few of the original artists and remixers/producers listed above.



Joss (France)
Metodi Hristov (Bulgaria)
Helly Larson (Germany)
Tapia Beat (Mexico)
Chrono (Serbia)
Danny Dulgheru (Moldova)
Sergio Casas (Spain)
Agent Orange (United States)
Pirupa (Italy)
Umek (Slovenia)
DJ Dan (United States)
Monococ (Germany)


Subterranean Homesick Grooves is a weekly specialty EDM music show with a basic weekly audience base of about 1500 listeners per week through podcasting, direct downloads, and distribution on a small number of internet-based radio networks, plus another hundred or so listeners through SoundCloud, and an unknown number of listeners through terrestrial FM broadcast. If you're a radio station programming director, and would like to add Subterranean Homesick Grooves to your regular programming lineup, contact djbolivia@gmail.com for details. We currently release SHG as an advance download to a number of stations globally on a weekly basis (at no charge), and we welcome inquiries from additional outlets.

Go to the Mix Downloads page on the main DJ Bolivia website if you'd like to check out a number of our older shows, or visit our SoundCloud page for individual tracks and remixes. And if you're interested in learning more about DJ'ing or music production, check out Jonathan Clark's extensive and very popular series of YouTube tutorials. There's a full & organized index of all the videos at:
djbolivia.ca/videos.html

We also have a file containing complete track listings from all of DJ Bolivia's radio shows, studio mixes, and live sets. The PDF version can be viewed from within your browser by clicking directly. Both the PDF and the Excel versions can be downloaded by right-clicking and choosing the "save link as" option:

View as PDF file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.pdf
Download Excel file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.xlsx









Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca




Thursday, December 4, 2014

SHG Radio Show, Episode 235

I'll be DJ'ing in New Brunswick on Saturday night (November 29th). A Top40 show, at Ducky's in Sackville, the home of CHMA FM 106.9!! But first, welcome to this week's edition of Subterranean Homesick Grooves™, a weekly electronica-based radio show presented originally on CHMA FM 106.9 at Mount Allison University in Atlantic Canada (but expanded to distribution on other terrestrial and internet-based radio stations), and also distributed as a global podcast through iTunes. The show is normally programmed and mixed by Jonathan Clark (as DJ Bolivia), although some weeks feature guest mixes by other Canadian DJ's. The show encompasses many sub-genres within the realm of electronic dance music, but the main focus is definitely on tech-house and techno, and a small amount of progressive, trance, & minimal. Due to the mix of styles, you may hear combinations of tracks that wouldn't normally be featured together in a DJ's live set, but this show is intended to feature various styles of electronic/dance music. Liner notes for this episode (SHG 235) can be seen below.

Para la información en español, vaya aquí.

By the way, if you're looking for DJ mixes in styles other than progressive/tech-house, check out www.djbolivia.ca/mixes.html. That page has a number of mainstream/top40 dance mixes (the "Workout Mix" series), as well as some deep house, drum and bass, and other styles.




Here's our Podcast Feed to paste into iTunes or any other podcatcher:
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shg

Older episodes of the show are not directly available from our main servers anymore, to conserve space for more recent episodes. However, all older episodes have been posted individually on SoundCloud, and also in archives of 25 episodes apiece (convenient for bulk downloading) from DJ Bolivia's Public Dropbox folder. That Dropbox link also has folders for individual tracks and remixes, project files and stem collections for producers who want to make their own remixes, videos, and other material. You don't even need to have a Dropbox account to download files from it.


Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:



Here are Track Listings for episode 235:

01. Pete Oak - Smoke & Ashes (Original Mix).
02. Farfability 2011 - Don't Mess With The Kids (Doomwork Remix).
03. ThreeJacks - Snails (Edy Ramas Remix).
04. Sergi Mauri - Old Skills (Original Mix).
05. Audio & Chip - In Chicago (Original Mix).
06. Le Brion - Diamond (Original Mix).
07. Jason Young - Check It Out (Original Mix).
08. Max Sabatini & Alex B - Africa (Joe Maleda Remix).
09. Helen Brown & Lypocodium - Via Flamenca (Frenk DJ & Joe Maker Remix).
10. D Unity - Purple Pills (Umek Remix).
11. Rick Pier O'Neil - Loud And Proud, Part 1.
12. Gabriel Rocha - Uruguay (Original Mix).





Here are links to either personal websites, Facebook pages, or [usually] the SoundCloud pages for a few of the original artists and remixers/producers listed above.



Pete Oak (Spain)
Farfability (Italy)
ThreeJacks (Spain)
Sergi Mauri (Spain)
Audio & Chip (Canada)
Le Brion (United States)
Jason Young (Ireland)
Max Sabatini (Italy)
Alex B (Russia)
Helen Brown (Italy)
Lypocodium (Italy)
D Unity (Canada)
Rick Pier O'Neil (Mexico)
Gabriel Rocha (Uruguay)
Doomwork (Italy)
Edy Ramas (Spain)
Joe Maleda (Germany)
Frenk DJ (Italy)
Joe Maker (Italy)
Umek (Slovenia)


Subterranean Homesick Grooves is a weekly specialty EDM music show with a basic weekly audience base of about 1500 listeners per week through podcasting, direct downloads, and distribution on a small number of internet-based radio networks, plus another hundred or so listeners through SoundCloud, and an unknown number of listeners through terrestrial FM broadcast. If you're a radio station programming director, and would like to add Subterranean Homesick Grooves to your regular programming lineup, contact djbolivia@gmail.com for details. We currently release SHG as an advance download to a number of stations globally on a weekly basis (at no charge), and we welcome inquiries from additional outlets.

Go to the Mix Downloads page on the main DJ Bolivia website if you'd like to check out a number of our older shows, or visit our SoundCloud page for individual tracks and remixes. And if you're interested in learning more about DJ'ing or music production, check out Jonathan Clark's extensive and very popular series of YouTube tutorials. There's a full & organized index of all the videos at:
djbolivia.ca/videos.html

We also have a file containing complete track listings from all of DJ Bolivia's radio shows, studio mixes, and live sets. The PDF version can be viewed from within your browser by clicking directly. Both the PDF and the Excel versions can be downloaded by right-clicking and choosing the "save link as" option:

View as PDF file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.pdf
Download Excel file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.xlsx









Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca




Sunday, November 30, 2014

Set Playlist, Ducky's, 2014-11-29

Here's my set list from Ducky's last night. I played a lot of indie tracks for the first couple hours, then pop/top40 for the rest of the night.

01. Stopmotion Sickness, "Blood On Your Hands"
02. The World's A Beautiful Place, "Thanks"
03. Joya, "Gunpowder Park"
04. Hot Fudge, "To Be One Ask One"
05. Animal Flag, "Solace"
06. Meatbodies, "Wahoo"
07. Amanda X, "Guatemala"
08. Cherry Glazer, "Nurse Ratched"
09. Los Tones, "Buchanan Hammer"
10. Bed, "Wayward"
11. Corners, "Against It"
12. Sunbears, "Laughing Girl" 13. Peachpit, "Isadoria"
14. Earl Boykins, "Lance Armstrong"
15. Luxembourg Signal, "Wishing Pool"
16. Side Saddle, "When It's All Done"
17. Mourn, "Your Brain Is Made Of Candy"
18. Menace Beach, "Come On Give Up"
19. Petite League, "Surviving October"
20. Hideout, "Where You've Been"
21. History Of Apple Pie, "Don't You Wanna Be Mine"
22. High Pop, "Hey Kid"
23. Shivery Shakes, "Swimming"
24. Majestico, "I Just Want To"
25. Tideland, "Let Me In"
26. The World's A Beautiful Place, "Thanks"
27. Medicine, "Move Along Down The Road"
28. The Drink, "Beasts"
29. Hundred Visions, "You're Gonna Cut Me Loose"
30. Purling Hiss, "Learning Slowly"
31. Bully, "Milkman"
32. Tilts, "Thomas Jefferson II"
33. The World's A Beautiful Place, "Thanks"
34. M185, "Soon"
35. Repeat Repeat, "Not The One"
36. Kittyhawk, "Seasonal Abjective Disorder"
37. Hollands, "Great White Shark"
38. Sons Of Rico, "In My Eyes"
39. Taylor Swift, "Blank Space"
40. Fall Out Boy, "Centuries"
41. Ella Henderson, "Ghost"
42. Ed Sheeran, "Sing"
43. The Script, "Superheroes"
44. Echosmith, "Cool Kids"
45. Rixton, "Me & My Broken Heart"
46. Ed Sheeran, "Don't"
47. Shakira, "Empire"
48. Maroon 5, "Animals"
49. Neon Trees, "Sleeping With A Friend"
50. Ingrid, "Girls Chase Boys"
51. Meghan Trainor, "Dear Future Husband"
52. Mkto, "Classic"
53. Jess Glynne, "Rather Be"
54. Paramore, "Ain't It Fun"
55. Katy Perry, "Dark Horse"
56. Vance Joy, "Riptide"
57. Nico & Vinz, "Am I Wrong"
58. Sia, "Chandelier"
59. Hozier, "Take Me To The Church"
60. Pharrell Williams, "Come Get It Bae"
61. Meghan Trainor, "All About That Bass"
62. Charli XCX, "Boom Clap"
63. Sara Barielles, "I Choose You"
64. Magic, "Rude"
65. Shaw Mendes, "Something Big"
66. Katy Perry, "This Is How We Do"
67. Jessie J, "Bang Bang"
68. Maroon 5, "Maps"
69. One Republic, "Love Runs"
70. 5 Seconds, "So Perfect"
71. Meghan Trainor, "Lips Are Moving"
72. Kongos, "Come With Me"
73. Alesso, "Heroes"
74. Pharrell Williams, "Happy"
75. Pitbull, "Fireball"
76. Demi Lovato, "Really Don't Care"
77. Calvin Harris, "Blame"
78. Calvin Harris, "Summer"
79. Katy Perry, "Birthday"
80. Ariana Grande, "Break Free"
81. Taylor Swift, "Shake It Off"
82. Avicii, "Wake Me Up"
83. Pitbull & Katy Perry, "Timber"
84. Flo Rida, "Club Can't Handle Me"
85. One Republic, "Counting Stars"
86. Eric Paslay, "Song About A Girl"
87. Darius Rucker, "Homegrown Honey"


It was a pretty casual night at the bar, and a chance for me to enjoy playing a different style than I usually play. I didn't record this set.





I didn't record this set, however, if you'd like to download some DJ dance mixes which are similar to the music used in the hour or so, check out my Workout Mix series at the following link:

www.djbolivia.ca/workout




Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca




Friday, November 28, 2014

SHG Radio Show, Episode 234

I'll be DJ'ing in New Brunswick on Saturday night (November 29th). A Top40 show, at Ducky's in Sackville, the home of CHMA FM 106.9!! But first, welcome to this week's edition of Subterranean Homesick Grooves™, a weekly electronica-based radio show presented originally on CHMA FM 106.9 at Mount Allison University in Atlantic Canada (but expanded to distribution on other terrestrial and internet-based radio stations), and also distributed as a global podcast through iTunes. The show is normally programmed and mixed by Jonathan Clark (as DJ Bolivia), although some weeks feature guest mixes by other Canadian DJ's. The show encompasses many sub-genres within the realm of electronic dance music, but the main focus is definitely on tech-house and techno, and a small amount of progressive, trance, & minimal. Due to the mix of styles, you may hear combinations of tracks that wouldn't normally be featured together in a DJ's live set, but this show is intended to feature various styles of electronic/dance music. Liner notes for this episode (SHG 234) can be seen below.

Para la información en español, vaya aquí.

By the way, if you're looking for DJ mixes in styles other than progressive/tech-house, check out www.djbolivia.ca/mixes.html. That page has a number of mainstream/top40 dance mixes (the "Workout Mix" series), as well as some deep house, drum and bass, and other styles.




Here's our Podcast Feed to paste into iTunes or any other podcatcher:
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shg

Older episodes of the show are not directly available from our main servers anymore, to conserve space for more recent episodes. However, all older episodes have been posted individually on SoundCloud, and also in archives of 25 episodes apiece (convenient for bulk downloading) from DJ Bolivia's Public Dropbox folder. That Dropbox link also has folders for individual tracks and remixes, project files and stem collections for producers who want to make their own remixes, videos, and other material. You don't even need to have a Dropbox account to download files from it.


Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:



Here are Track Listings for episode 234:

01. Affkt feat Thomas Gandey - Lost In Process (Wehbba Remix).
02. Hunzed & Alberto Niri - Sciabalu (Original Mix).
03. Yakumo Love - High Yume (Original Mix).
04. Hallowman - Neurobiotic Train (Original Mix).
05. Fory - Vanguardia (Original Mix).
06. DJ Entwan & RIQ - Get Now (Original Mix).
07. Corporation Mushrooms & Brain Damage - Go Back (Original Mix).
08. Carlos Perez, George Privatti, & Guille Placencia - Alfaro (Original Mix).
09. Umek & Mike Vale - Fluid Feel (Original Club Mix).
10. Phunk Investigation & Gracie - Inner War (Original Mix).
11. Likhnitsky - My Sweet And Tender Beast (Original Mix).
12. Alex Wolf - Backup (Original Mix).





Here are links to either personal websites, Facebook pages, or [usually] the SoundCloud pages for a few of the original artists and remixers/producers listed above.



Affkt (Spain)
Hunzed (Italy)
Alberto Niri (Italy)
Yakumo Love (Japan)
Hallowman (France)
Fory (Colombia)
DJ Entwan (France)
Corporation Mushrooms (Russia)
Carlos Perez (Spain)
George Privatti (Spain)
Guille Placencia (Spain)
Umek (Slovenia)
Mike Vale (Slovenia)
Phunk Investigation (Italy)
Likhnitsky (Russia)
Alex Wolf (Germany)
Wehbba (Brazil)


Subterranean Homesick Grooves is a weekly specialty EDM music show with a basic weekly audience base of about 1500 listeners per week through podcasting, direct downloads, and distribution on a small number of internet-based radio networks, plus another hundred or so listeners through SoundCloud, and an unknown number of listeners through terrestrial FM broadcast. If you're a radio station programming director, and would like to add Subterranean Homesick Grooves to your regular programming lineup, contact djbolivia@gmail.com for details. We currently release SHG as an advance download to a number of stations globally on a weekly basis (at no charge), and we welcome inquiries from additional outlets.

Go to the Mix Downloads page on the main DJ Bolivia website if you'd like to check out a number of our older shows, or visit our SoundCloud page for individual tracks and remixes. And if you're interested in learning more about DJ'ing or music production, check out Jonathan Clark's extensive and very popular series of YouTube tutorials. There's a full & organized index of all the videos at:
djbolivia.ca/videos.html

We also have a file containing complete track listings from all of DJ Bolivia's radio shows, studio mixes, and live sets. The PDF version can be viewed from within your browser by clicking directly. Both the PDF and the Excel versions can be downloaded by right-clicking and choosing the "save link as" option:

View as PDF file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.pdf
Download Excel file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.xlsx









Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca




Saturday, November 22, 2014

Live at Reflections Cabaret in Halifax, 2014-11-21

I played at Reflections this past Friday night in Halifax. The event was the Baseline monthly event, a project of promoter Geoff Curtis.






This mix is a combination of tech-house, with a few sections that are more techno-based, and some which have more of a traditional house feel. I did record the set with a couple of video cameras too, so I'll try to edit that at some point over the next week and put it online. Also, you might eventually be able to find a second, slightly different version of this recording online. Obviously, the music will be the same in both recordings, but the other recording was done by Geoff Curtis and includes crowd noise and the microphone feed coming out from the main mixer. My recording came out of my own mixer, and doesn't include the mic-overs.


This mix can be downloaded as part of an archive of all 28 of DJ Bolivia's available recordings of live shows, from the following Google Drive link:


The recordings are compressed as a RAR archive, which can be opened natively in Windows.  If you're using a Mac, you can use a free utility 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 5.6 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!


Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:



Here are the track listings for this set. Note that I brought several of the tracks in and out of the set more than once, so I generally marked down the first time the track became played for more than 16 to 32 bars. Also, there were a number of other tracks (maybe two dozen) that I played short snippets of, but if I didn't play anything other than the basic rhythm loop from the first 32 bars of a track, I didn't include it in the track listings here:

01. Alex Gamez - Darknet (Original Mix).
02. Peter Bailey - Keep On (Original Mix).
03. Carlos Perez, George Privatti, & Guille Placencia - Puente Del Diablo (Original Mix).
04. Jason Rivas & Positive Feeling - La Bamba (Instrumental Club Mix).
05. Yan Krow & Susana Villegas - Massai (Santi Trillo & Eloy Ac Remix).
06. Julio Leal - I Like (Original Mix).
07. Christian Cambas - Increase The Grease (Original Club Mix).
08. Raffaele Rizzi - Norbis (Original Mix).
09. Jose Ponce - ITF (Pfff Mix).
10. Aless V - Deeper (Original Mix).
11. George Privatti & Guille Placencia - Garduf (Original Mix).
12. Kirill Slider - Don't Call Me Baby (DJ Kone & Marc Palacios Remix).
13. David Devilla, Daniman, Sergio Pardo - You Know (Original Mix).
14. Victor Juan - El Baile Oscuro (TecHouzer & DJahir Miranda Remix).
15. Stanny Abram & Rama 7 - Mayanga (Original Mix).
16. Groovebox - Fat Like (Hollen Remix).
17. Roger Sanchez - Troubleman (Original Mix).
18. DJ Dan & DJ PP - Dance, Come On (Original Mix).
19. Jaques Le Noir - Tequila (Original Mix).
20. Angel Heredia - Hecho Con Manzanita (Original Mix).
21. Alan Fraze - Pulsar (Original Mix).
22. Djose Elenko - Que Ritmo (Original Mix).
23. Stefano Secci - Revolution (Original Mix).
24. Blake Jarrell - Roaches (Beauriche Remix).


And for those of you who are DJ's, who are interested in taking a behind-the-scenes look at how I got everything set up for this performance (followed by video of the show itself), check out this video:










Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca
        MixCloud: mixcloud.com/djbolivia
        DropBox: djbolivia.ca/dropbox








Friday, November 21, 2014

SHG Radio Show, Episode 233

I'll be DJ'ing in Halifax tonight (Friday, Nov 21st) at Reflections. But first, welcome to this week's edition of Subterranean Homesick Grooves™, a weekly electronica-based radio show presented originally on CHMA FM 106.9 at Mount Allison University in Atlantic Canada (but expanded to distribution on other terrestrial and internet-based radio stations), and also distributed as a global podcast through iTunes. The show is normally programmed and mixed by Jonathan Clark (as DJ Bolivia), although some weeks feature guest mixes by other Canadian DJ's. The show encompasses many sub-genres within the realm of electronic dance music, but the main focus is definitely on tech-house and techno, and a small amount of progressive, trance, & minimal. Due to the mix of styles, you may hear combinations of tracks that wouldn't normally be featured together in a DJ's live set, but this show is intended to feature various styles of electronic/dance music. Liner notes for this episode (SHG 233) can be seen below.

Para la información en español, vaya aquí.

By the way, if you're looking for DJ mixes in styles other than progressive/tech-house, check out www.djbolivia.ca/mixes.html. That page has a number of mainstream/top40 dance mixes (the "Workout Mix" series), as well as some deep house, drum and bass, and other styles.




Here's our Podcast Feed to paste into iTunes or any other podcatcher:
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shg

Older episodes of the show are not directly available from our servers anymore, to conserve space for more recent episodes. However, all older episodes have been archived permanently on SoundCloud.

Here’s a link so you can listen to the show or download it from SoundCloud:



As I mentioned above, for anyone in the Halifax area, I'm DJ'ing tonight at Reflections for Baseline. My set starts at midnight.


Here are Track Listings for episode 233:

01. Toil & Trouble - One Of Those Days (Original Mix).
02. DX Xavier - Dreamcatcher (Original Mix).
03. Christian Farias & Enzo Leep - Komodoro (Mikhail Kobzar Remix).
04. MicRoCheep, Mollo, & Gitech - Extraction (Original Mix).
05. Hallowman - The Cry (Original Mix).
06. Alex Mine - Sick Of You (Original Mix).
07. Insane House - Slow Dance (Original Mix).
08. Joy Marquez - La Cubana (JJ Romero Remix).
09. Gianni Firmaio - Extreme (Original Mix).
10. Da Fresh - The Inside (Original Mix).
11. Fran Lk & Kentosty - Action (Original Mix).
12. Adrian Lagunas & Braulio V - ID (Original Mix).





Here are links to either personal websites, Facebook pages, or [usually] the SoundCloud pages for a few of the original artists and remixers/producers listed above.



Toil & Trouble (London)
Christian Farias (Italy)
Enzo Leep (Spain)
MicRoCheep & Mollo (Romania)
Gitech (Ukraine)
Hallowman (France)
Alex Mine (Italy)
Insane House (Mexico)
Joy Marquez (Mexico)
Gianni Firmaio (Italy)
Da Fresh (France)
Fran Lk (Spain)
Kentosty (Spain)
Adrian Lagunas (Mexico)
Braulio V (Mexico)
Mikhail Kobzar (Russia)
JJ Romero (Venezuela)


Subterranean Homesick Grooves is a weekly specialty EDM music show with a basic weekly audience base of about 1500 listeners per week through podcasting, direct downloads, and distribution on a small number of internet-based radio networks, plus another hundred or so listeners through SoundCloud, and an unknown number of listeners through terrestrial FM broadcast. If you're a radio station programming director, and would like to add Subterranean Homesick Grooves to your regular programming lineup, contact djbolivia@gmail.com for details. We currently release SHG as an advance download to a number of stations globally on a weekly basis (at no charge), and we welcome inquiries from additional outlets.

Go to the Mix Downloads page on the main DJ Bolivia website if you'd like to check out a number of our older shows, or visit our SoundCloud page for individual tracks and remixes. And if you're interested in learning more about DJ'ing or music production, check out Jonathan Clark's extensive and very popular series of YouTube tutorials. There's a full & organized index of all the videos at:
djbolivia.ca/videos.html

We also have a file containing complete track listings from all of DJ Bolivia's radio shows, studio mixes, and live sets. The PDF version can be viewed from within your browser by clicking directly. Both the PDF and the Excel versions can be downloaded by right-clicking and choosing the "save link as" option:

View as PDF file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.pdf
Download Excel file: http://www.djbolivia.ca/complete_track_history_djbolivia.xlsx









Follow Jonathan Clark on other sites:
        Twitter: twitter.com/djbolivia
        SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/djbolivia
        YouTube: youtube.com/djbolivia
        Facebook: facebook.com/djbolivia
        Main Site: www.djbolivia.ca
        About.Me: about.me/djbolivia
        Music Blog: djbolivia.blogspot.ca