Is it rock-n-roll? Is it jazz? Is it Japanese, electronic Zydeco music? Making their Jupiter debut, Turning Into A Butterfly is a metamorphosis (or should we say, meta-bro-phosis) of the dual forces of Scott Amendola and Zach Ostroff. Their original compositions about finding love in a disastrous world, back-to-back covers of Britney Spears and Ray Charles, World War II ballads, and spontaneously improvised soundscapes all coalesce into streams of constantly-evolving, heartfelt, booty-grooving music. Humans can find great joy in the most epic and trying of times. Sometimes all it takes is the mutual trust of two musical risk takers. That is what Turning into a Butterfly hopes to find.