They combine an interesting compositional way with folk-surf-ragtime-Stravinsky-hardbop and what-have-you. The what-have-you is what we don't usually have and so it's something to hear that will probably put you in another place.
The trio is Johnny Griffith, alto-tenor-bass clarinet, Nathan Hiltz, electric guitar and banjo, Sly Juhas, drums.
And the thing about these three is not that individually they are in any way the next Trane(s) arriving, but rather that they make something new as a together trio, that they are a Trane station where things come, so to speak.
If you are a guitarist you'll like what Hiltz is up to--what he references and how. Griffith is no slouch either. Nor is Juhas. All-in-all it's the group music that is what makes this unique. It's retro-futuristic!