The trustworthiness of Arto Lindsay (vocals, guitar) as an avant-garde noisemaker couldn’t really be observed with Ambitious Fans, a dance-pop group he formed with keyboardist Peter Scherer in the first ’80s. After departing the no influx music group DNA, Lindsay well balanced the sonic adventurousness of his previously use Brazilian music and NY funk. In 1984, Ambitious Fans released their initial LP, Envy. Lindsay and Scherer wished to create music that were available and catchy; nevertheless, the group’s genre-bending design never captured on using the mainstream. Two even more albums implemented — 1988’s Greed and 1991’s Lust — but neither of these received much interest beyond critics’ circles. Lindsay documented a few single outings within the ’90s.