The work has the each-movement-its-own-logic sort of form to it. None of it is in any way hackneyed, which is important to stress because of course jazz-tonality-composition could quickly cross a border into new age pap. There is nothing of the kind here.
The intricately composed, passionately performed work brings into play some jazz roots (even a hint of boogie woogie) in ways that are appealing.
This is not an end-of-one-world, beginning-of-another sort of work. It's worth your ear time and points to good things to come from Gregg Kallor. I look forward to more. Meanwhile, listen to this and I think you'll enjoy it.