Hey everyone, thanks for visiting. I read all the comments you leave, and appreciate your feedback.
I use this page to release a combination of individual tracks and archives of my weekly radio show (Subterranean Homesick Grooves). I will also be releasing most tracks as full-length, full-quality, and available to download, although I have a few other projects that I'm working on that unfortunately won't be available here as free downloads. You'll mostly be able to find progressive & tech house tracks here, as well as the occasional deep house or drum & bass track. I appreciate your interest, and I'd like to invite you to "follow" me if you're a SoundCloud user yourself.
If you don't already know who I am, I recommend that you check out a recent episode of "Subterranean Homesick Grooves," a weekly hour-long progressive & tech-house radio show broadcast on terrestrial radio in Canada, and podcast through iTunes. Although I generally enjoy just about every form of music, progressive & tech-house is what I'm probably most well-known for as a DJ. By the way, my Dropbox is now enabled for people who want to submit tracks for the show.Please remember the format though: progressive and tech house. If you fit the format, you'll stand a higher chance of your track being featured on the show.
Also, for people interested in listening to any of my full DJ mixes, whether your preference is progressive/tech-house, deep house, mainstream/top40, or drum and bass, I have well over a hundred radio shows and recordings of live shows at parties and clubs at this web page:
You'll notice that I'm following a lot of artists. Many of them are producers that I've featured on my weekly radio show, or personal friends. If you like my music, check some of them out. Many produce mostly tech-house or progressive house, but I also follow some people who prefer to produce drum 'n' bass, deep house, techno, and other genres. Although there are a few exceptions, I don't normally follow the "massive" producers with thousands of followers.
Unfortunately, I'm very backed up with an overwhelming amount of studio projects, so I'm unable to respond to requests to review DJ sets. Just not enough time, sorry!
Thanks for reading ... and check back weekly for new releases of DJ mixes or individual tracks. For individual tracks, I'll even post download links to my entire project files, so other producers can download them, dissect what I did, and maybe (hopefully) even learn a trick or two! I use a mix of Cubase 6, Ableton Live 8.2.1, and Reason 5.0 for most of my work. You can also check out my YouTube channel, for some videos that cover some production techniques:
- Jonathan Clark (DJ Bolivia)
Comments by DJ Bolivia
@niccolo-bonini: Thank you! Yes, it was an odd mix, I really wasn't sure what to play, but the crowd seemed to be into pretty much everything.
@al-g-4: Ok, fixed, thanks again for pointing that out!
@al-g-4: Thank you! I think you solved it for me. I think I have 243 and 245 reversed. Will look into that right now, I have enough time for that.
@al-g-4: I'll figure this out eventually once I figure out the track listing problem. Give me three weeks? I have a huge project due for a client on March 1st...
@al-g-4: Damn, you're right. How did I screw that up? Thanks for pointing this out. I remember doing three shows the same day, I must have reversed track lists with one of the others! I'll figure it out eventually.
@pinguino: There needs to be a Like button on Soundcloud.
Nice work, this sounded great. I'm glad I found time to listen to the whole thing...
@edoardohahnelofficial: Haha, I remember this one. Nice!
@ernestoh: Hey Ernest, cheers!