Dwight Loop’s Rampant Egos Big Band, iNK oN pAPER, and Angelo Harmsworth add electricity to the air on Saturday, May 24, when High Mayhem presents Three Generations of Creative Music at the Center for Contemporary Arts (1050 Old Pecos Trail). Loop’s latest ensemble features the percussive and synthetic instrumentation of Arnold Bodmer and Justin Parker, who are joined by musicians Doug Wooldridge, Al Faaet, Jeff Sussmann, and Lee Howard for a night of potent space-age jazz. Harmsworth brings an experimental edge to lush, complex melodies and sustained notes. iNK oN pAPER, the long-time duo of Carlos Santistevan and Milton Villarrubia III, explores soundscapes through drums, bass, and electronics embellished with sampling and looping. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. at CCA’s Muñoz Waxman Gallery. Tickets are sold at the door on a sliding scale of $5 to $20. Visit www.highmayhem.org or call CCA at 505-982-1338. The performances are held in conjunction with MIX Santa Fe and the AHA Festival of Progressive Arts’ Bike to the Bar event, a monthlong celebration of National Bike to Work Month. Participants can ride to local bars and event venues that have partnered with MIX and AHA to offer discounts on drinks, swag, and more. If you ride your bike to the CCA on the 24th you receive a free LED bike light. Check out www.biketobarsf.com/2014.
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