Ohio Musicians Celebrate the Weirdness of Devo

Cleveland Scene | August 23, 2005
Northeast Ohio has spawned its shared of iconic rock groups, but the world has still never seen or heard anything quite like Devo -- an art-rock group in a bar-band area that used primitive synthesizers and electronic drums of its own design to perform irradiated new wave and mutated rock covers.

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