The genre-bending journey of Process will take the listener through Steely Dan-esque groove rock ("To the Daylight," "What You Say"), 1960s soul ("Juniper in Spring"), Stevie Wonder-inspired ballads ("Long Lost"), and Parliament party-funk (the nine-minute opus "Social Misfit"). Along with proudly unveiling the new recording, the band has also been honing their live show relentlessly as the Thru Spectrums star continues to rise.
The new album will be released at a celebratory performance with Fall Creek Brass Band at The Range in downtown Ithaca on Friday, May 12th. Between then and now, keep an eye out for Thru Spectrums bringing their unique brand of funk to a bar, park, or auditorium near you. They think you'll enjoy: "The music," says drummer Dan Collins, "speaks for itself."
Friday, May 12 at 9:30pm
Range Ithaca Commons, 119 E State St, Ithaca, NY 14850