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 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:

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