Of all the rock bands that you might call avant-garde, DNA were one that actually did something new, the musicians countering the habits of their instruments, though each in a different way. With Robin Crutchfield, what was new was the architectural simplicity of his keyboards; with Arto Lindsay, it was the reaching—into his vocal cords, his guitar—to find new tones and timbres. So he foreshadowed techno, unearthing... More >>>