It's filled with the smart compositions of trumpetissmo Adam O'Farrill, along with a Strayhorn perennial, a classic by Carla Bley and one by the tenor saxist in the band, Livio Almeida. These are substantial tunes, arranged nicely for the six-member band: Adam, Livio, Zach O'Farrill at the drums, Gabe Schnider, guitar, Adam Kromelow, piano, and Raviv Markovitz, acoustic bass.
These are good players soloing very respectively in the well arranged backdrop matrix. There a little subtle funk-rock, a little odd-metered or rhythmically pronounced ensemble pieces, a touch of Latin and international influence as you might expect.
It's a thorough pleasure hearing it. This is their second. . . . Something fans of later Blue Note recordings will appreciate. . . but updated. Check it out.