Ralf and Florian, the two founders, never played the drums, but I do love the bits in old Tomorrow's World footage where the other two were just sort of tapping bits of tin foil with strange styluses. I want the other two in this.
Bass: Kim Deal
I guess this is in reference to my teenage lustful years. I was in awe of Kim and her playing with the Pixies. I guess the melodic element came later with The Breeders. I know she's left the Pixies again now, but I never got to see them on their revival – so it doesn't make much difference to me. I'll always have my memories.
Guitar: Nile Rodgers
I thought about Jonny Greenwood or various people who are more into guitar pyrotechnics, but I settled on Mr Rodgers because he's a songwriter and the coolest man alive, really.
Keyboards: Maurice Ravel
He wrote some fabulous piano music. He had jazz chords in there, too, quite early on, before other composers had cottoned on to it in the Twenties – so he was very ahead of his time.
Vocals: Marlene Dietrich
She couldn't really sing, but she had an amazing presence and confidence. I've just realised there's quite a heavy German influence in this band, which was a bit of an accident!
The Duckworth Lewis Method's new album, Sticky Wickets, is out now. They tour the UK from 20 September.