One of the first things Logan Hone did as a young music professional was, naturally, to start his own experimental opera company. The alto saxophonist is busy finding ways to make music which combines composition, improvisation, jazz, noise, and indie rock. His band, Similar Fashion, is releasing their debut album, a mostly irreverent romp full of chaotic sounds deftly organized by Hone, violist Lauren Baba, drummer Mike Lockwood (replaced by Jesse Quebbeman-Turley for this show) and Gregory Uhlman, who is a guitarist to take note of in L.A.’s creative music scene. Also on the bill is saxophonist and clarinetist Chris Speed, a crucial improvisatory voice from the NYC Knitting Factory scene, in a quartet with Bill Frisell collaborator and violist Eyvind Kang (who now teaches at CalArts), guitarist Jeff Parker and drummer Matt Mayhall. Seeing Speed, from Brooklyn, play in Highland Park bodes well for the future of creative music in Northeast L.A.