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high mayhem festival this weekend
15 years ago
angaym k oss
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High Mayhem 7th Annual
Emerging Music and Arts Festival

Friday, September 21 6 pm- 2 am
Saturday, September 22 3 pm - 2 am
Sunday, September 23 3 pm - 1 am

AT: Wise Fool at 2778 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Three Day passes are $30 - 50 sliding scale. Single Day passes are $15.
Student Single Day passes are $10

Really cool looking three day passes are available at [store, @ www.highmayhem.org in /] The Candyman, and The Center for Contemporary Arts. AND, they are transferable - get yours now!

Unlike any other music festival, High Mayhem is bringing you 29 local and national experimental and emerging artists to perform September 21, 22, and 23 at the 7th Annual High Mayhem Emerging Music and Arts Festival in Santa Fe, NM. The festival includes a wide range of music, video arts, and performing arts. All ages are welcome!

Produced by all-volunteer, non-profit organization, High Mayhem, at the Wise Fool Performance Space in Santa Fe, NM, the festival features live improvisations that combine sound, vision, and movement. Every act will be recorded, photographed, and videotaped for archiving and distribution. The multitude of amazing acts will perform both in and outside the Wise Fool Performance Space, and Bikanda Space including musicians, performance artists, and thrown-image artists, many of them in combination. High Mayhem's crew of Audio and Visual technicians will spend the week prior to the festival outfitting Wise Fool with multi-track recording gear, computers, cameras and broadcast systems which will effectively turn the venue into several soundstages.

for additional information;

[performers.htm @ www.highmayhem.org in /festivals/2007]

The following is the project i will be performing with on sunday- i hope to see a bunch of you at this amazing event!!!

Venerable Scroat (Albuquerque) – acoustic drums, analog feedback. The Venerable Scroat consists of Saul Rodgar (from Summon the Meteors), Ken Cornell (from Alchemical Burn) and Peter Conheim (from Negativland and Mono Pause). A trio which formed on May Day 2007, the group combines acoustic drums and tone triggers with analog feedback devices as constructed by the band members. No computers, no samplers. Cornell plays mixers wired in series for maximum feedback potential; Conheim plays “boopers” (feedback oscillators handmade with Negativland member The Weatherman). Anchored by Saul Rodgar’s spastic yet controlled percussion, the group improvises fields of cascading and rhythmic tonalities in a nearly all-analog domain.
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"unlike any other festival". (by botkiller 15 years ago)
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