Heard this while I was skimming through some EDM playlists. It opens up with this kinda acid jazz/funk groove then goes into a thumping 16th note line. Then the slap bass riff in the middle of the tune just sealed it for me, had to cover it.
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I recorded going through a Darkglass B7K Ultra and a Darkglass Super Symmetry compressor. I tweaked the EQ a bit in Logic and put another compressor on it to even out the attack.
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This was recorded back in 20XX with Eric, Kevin, and Doug. The original backing band for Jamie-Lynn Hart.