Performance artist Robin Crutchfield moved to New York in the 1970s with some critical success. Co-founding no wave band, DNA, with tracks for Eno's No New York album, Robin pursued his own ideas in Dark Day with cold wave, medieval pagan and solo art of computer overdub. Robin continued in a variety of venues: concerts at CBGB's, Max's, Tier3, Artist's Space, The Kitchen, 8BC and The Pyramid, tours of the U.S., and The Netherlands; artwork at 112 Greene St., Charlotte Moorman's Avant Garde Festival, The Whitney Museum, and MoMA; readings at Club 57 and Joseph Papp's Public Theater. He penned novelettes, faerie tales & a 'zine called Quirky; he made short films with Lydia Lunch, Kathy Acker and others, acted in Amos Poe's The Foreigner & Cable's Inner Tube. His music was in Erroll Morris' First Person. In 2000, he took up harps, & lyres, to explore acoustic glissando and drone soundscapes for the daydreamers of the world, including releases on the Hand/Eye and Important labels, & iTunes.