Working in the architectural drafting program AutoCAD, Ajemian creates scores that guide musicians through musical hallways. At times maze-like, they act as musical road maps of Ajemian’s impressionistic burst of inspiration and musical thoughts that parallel his own travels. Mining music’s availability (we can hear music from anywhere on the planet at this moment) and the idea that genres are more often simply a state of mind or feeling than a form. Contrary to defining boundaries, in Ajemian’s blueprints the line work links musical worlds. Constellations of sound change in an instant, like passing thoughts or a shooting star that burns out in the sky. Ajemian innovates while embracing multiple genres without prejudice, representing the digital mechanisms and the information super-highway that teleport us from all over the world in a blink. Like the mind itself and it’s capabilities in imagination; as well as, teleportation, Riding the Light Into the Birds Eye is a time lapse of the a day in a life of a time traveler. Jason Ajemian & the HighLife features a carefully structured approach to improvisations that is immediate and effortless, we are extremely excited to introduce this 3D Pop music.