The artistic arc of Lawrence's Be/Non is a study in evolution. Emerging from the amniotic swirls of frontman Brodie Rush's brain in 1996, Be/Non has spent 14 years marching without mercy through fads, band members and shelved records, all the while refining its pulsating space rock. Rush has followed his bizarre creative vision into whatever abyss his whims lead him — space, the future — and back again. The band's latest release, A Mountain of Yeses, is rife with eerie electro funk and crackling bass under a slick veneer. Borrowing the groovy irreverence of Queen and the dorky gusto of Devo, Be/Non's latest prog-rock geekery finds the band in its most advanced state yet.