Zach Brock and Tom Wright team up to produce a jazz sound that is both new and grounded in tradition. By doing what guitarists did, embracing the capability of amplification, Zach and Tom are bringing violin into its full potential as a jazz instrument. Long the instrument of choice for classical composers, the violin has range to equal the other solo jazz instruments and can play harmonies like a guitar, whisper like muted trumpet, and shout like a saxophone. All of those possibilities are explored in this ground-breaking debut from two fiddlers that know the meaning of swing. Move to the driving groove they lay down in the opening cut, "Mr. Shah", listen to Zach's violin sing in the ballad, "You've Changed", and experience Tom's unique approach in his violin/drum duet, "Round Trip". Hear the future of jazz violin.