If there's a terrain... that requires some serious trekking, then you should know about the Schulldogs. They have been tearin' up the New York improvisational scene for the past four years at such downtown haunts as the Knitting Factory, Cornelia St. Cafe, Internet Cafe and Tonic. Recent tours have brought them to the Southwestern United States as well as appearances at festivals in Germany, Poland, Italy and Finland. With a front line that boasts of Peter Apfelbaum (Sax) and Adam Theis (Trombone) and a brother-driven rhythm section of Ed Schuller (bass) and George Schuller (drummer, leader), the Schulldogs have been described as "the best band you never heard...... a band that integrates bloodthirsty soloing and tight ensemble work within a bright and modernistic compositional approach. Schooled, knowing musicians, they're all connoisseurs of that point where form implodes and then recoheres."