The NINTH studio album, recorded at Scanhope Sound - a beautiful studio near to Red Rocks, Colorado, in September 2013. Therapy features guest performances from vocalist Kim Dawson (The Motet) and sax player Ryan Zoidis (Lettuce).
There’s quite the sonic spectrum on there: (spoiler alert!) Keb Dargey deep funk (Old Man Noises), Ramsey Lewis-esque souljazz (Morning Fly), old-school soul-pop (I Want You to Stay), classic Meters-y NMS (Monday Meters), some St Germaine-ish jazz house (When it Rains…), funky British silliness (Whistle Song, Slow Down), JB groove (Soul Sista), Doorsy mellow jazz (Detox), a protest tune (WWIII), and a contemporary pop song done in the style of a 1974 George Benson instrumental cover version (Bruno Mars’s Treasure). Produced, as all previous NMS titles, by our guitarist Eddie Roberts.
The album was released on digital on March 7th 2014.
CD/LP out on Légère Recordings (Germany & UK plus export)
In USA & Canada the vinyl LP is available on Dumaine Records via Leeway’s Homegrown Music Network
“I love "Therapy"! It’s (once again) gritty, powerful & playful and full of energy” (Michael Arens)
“...a self-prescribed dose of Therapy has the band getting back to their feet, and will get you on yours, too.” (Michael J Warren)
“What they present here is quite simply the best album of its type so far this year and I doubt if it will be equalled” (Nick Waterhouse)
“Therapy provides explorations into soul-lifting jazz, enduring funk and some of the best instrumental trance heard in ages.” (Wesley Hodges)