Curd Duca carefully swallows a forkful of his quiche lunch and begins speaking in his thickly Austrian-accented English. "I have never understood why being avant-garde equaled being tense and unhappy," he says with obvious frustration, the distinctive timbre of his voice capturing the full attention of the diners sitting behind him inside the Ice Box café, off Lincoln Road. "Why does being cutting edge mean you must use harsh sounds? This is an old belief from the Eighties and the industrial movement, and it goes on to people like Nine Inch Nails today. It doesn't... More >>>