The first 30 seconds of the ZMO Trio's self-titled debut EP is nothing if not striking: The delicate bass arpeggios, the roomy, naturalistic drums, and the tinkling, intricate piano all point to a modern, progressive jazz recording, but then singer/bassist/namesake Zachary Miles Ojeda's plaintive and un-jazzy voice coasts in and now you don't know what to make of opening... More >>>