Today’s Memory Stash: Dan Precision mixes June IND’s “My Rx”

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Mix session from June IND’s song “My Rx” by Dan Precision at The Bombshelter Recording Studio in Chicago

On this day, June 30, 2015, Dan Precision was mixing “My Rx,” a brooding, grinding rock song (à la Alice in Chains and Chevelle) that serves as the lead-off track to June IND’s #HillsterHipbilly EP.

Appropriately referred to as a “three-year-minefield,” the Hipbilly effort invokes memories of personal and professional strife among the group along with strong feelings of accomplishment regarding the EP’s eventual completion and release.


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Listen to “My Rx” here:

 

Credits:

Produced by June IND // Engineered by Matt Amos and Dish // Guitars Recorded at basEMent West Lafayette, IN, 479ghett0 Lafayette, IN, Sound Logic Lafayette, IN, and The Bombshelter Recording Studio Chicago, IL // Bass and Vocals Recorded at basEMent West Lafayette, IN // Drums Recorded at IND HQ Lafayette, IN // Mixed and Mastered by Dan Precision at The Bombshelter Recording Studio Chicago, IL bombshelterchicago.com

All music written and performed by Chris June, Drew Luigs, and Emily Larimer // Special thanks to Chris Parker for helping push “My Rx” in the right direction and to Jeff Anderson for sharing your toys!

Published by Self Made God Music (ASCAP), Drew Luigs Music (ASCAP), Tempest Fare Music (ASCAP) Photography by Dave Mason, isphotographic.com Art Direction and Design by rikx, rikx.com

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