Artist Butcher Billy reimagines New Wave and post-punk icons like Morrissey as Marvel superheroes and the results are awesome.
In a new animated video, Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh discusses how he first discovered his interest in music and the band’s origins.
Tegan and Sara's performance of "Everything Is Awesome!!!" at the 87th Annual Oscars might be the best thing we've ever seen at an awards show.
Who created the pyramids? What's the deal with Stonehenge? What would celebrities look like if they joined Devo?
Devo are releasing the live album, 'Miracle Witness Hour,' with promises of a listening experience that will harken the dingy biker bar where it was recorded.
The almighty riff is something to behold.
It's a little-known fact that, in addition to being musical pioneers, the members of Devo were inventors who created many useful gadgets and clothing accessories.
It's hard to believe it's been 35 years since the utterly unique worldview of Devo was delivered to the world by way of Akron, Ohio. Delivered in tact, it's still resonating today. In the words of General Boy, "In the past, this information has been suppressed, but now it can be told. Every man woman and mutant on this planet shall know the truth about De-evolution."
A 23-year-old filmmaker who was born profoundly deaf and only recently gained the ability to hear is discovering the joys of music through an eclectic assortment of bands, ranging from alt-rock acts like Radiohead and Devo to classic rockers like Pink Floyd and the Rolling Stones to straight up orchestral classic like Beethoven and Mozart. "Radiohead is already one of my top five favorite living bands," he tells Yahoo! News.