Robin Crutchfield moved to New York in the 1970s to participate in the growing performance art scene, with some critical success evidenced by reviews in the Soho Weekly News and appearances in File magazine.
Crossing over into music, co-founding the experimental no wave art band, DNA, and recording tracks for Brian Eno's historic "No New York" album, Robin then departed to pursue his own ideas with his next project Dark Day. Making the most of a revolving door of musical… read more
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