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.
“Boston based artist Jamie Lynn Hart creates a seamless blend of rock and pop that backs up her powerhouse belt and infectious melodies. With her captivating voice, poetic lyrics and mastered musicianship, she creates a commanding sound reminiscent of Joss Stone meets Grace Potter.” -Nashua telegraph * CBS Local’s top pick for Boston’s Best Local Female Musician…
Project O.N.S. is a music collective led by Louis Ochoa, one of the preeminent bass players in the Boston area. He has collaborated with a variety of talented musicians in the Boston music scene, including Jamie Lynn Hart and the John Hanifin Band. Since 2012, he has been the bass player for the world-famous rockestral (rock orchestra) group, the Video Game Orchestra.
Project O.N.S. is a three-piece collective that blends the nuances of jazz-fusion with the energy of funk and electronic dance music. Our debut album “Standard Pleasure Model” is available for download on iTunes and CDBaby.
Project O.N.S.started as the brainchild of Louis Ochoa during his final semester at the Berklee College of Music, together with Hiroshi Sembon on drums and Aman Mahajan on Keys. Their debut album – Standard Pleasure Model – is an EP of five original tracks featuring an eclectic fusion of jazz, funk, and drum & bass. Louis Ochoa’s musical repertoire also includes his inspired arrangements, which covers a wide array of genres —from classic funk (Graham Central Station, Stanley Clark) to today’s most popular electronic dance music (Savant, Zedd, The Rogue Element).