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Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh x Shane Baum Join Forces to Create New Eyewear Line

Mark Mothersbaugh is perhaps best known as the faintly cyborg front man for Devo, his latest venture is a line of frames that he designed alongside eyewear mogul… 20 more words

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First Times With Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

Back in 1974, Devo were just a bunch of art school kids playing music in a basement in Akron, Ohio. In that space, the band would come up with songs like “Space Girl Blues,” “Midget” and “Buttered Beauties.” But, those songs wouldn’t get a chance to be played outside that basement. 665 more words

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First Times With Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

Back in 1974, Devo were just a bunch of art school kids playing music in a basement in Akron, Ohio. In that space, the band would come up with songs like “Space Girl Blues,” “Midget” and “Buttered Beauties.” But, those songs wouldn’t get a chance to be played outside that basement. 665 more words

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First Times With Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

Back in 1974, Devo were just a bunch of art school kids playing music in a basement in Akron, Ohio. In that space, the band would come up with songs like “Space Girl Blues,” “Midget” and “Buttered Beauties.” But, those songs wouldn’t get a chance to be played outside that basement. 665 more words

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First Times With Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

Back in 1974, Devo were just a bunch of art school kids playing music in a basement in Akron, Ohio. In that space, the band would come up with songs like “Space Girl Blues,” “Midget” and “Buttered Beauties.” But, those songs wouldn’t get a chance to be played outside that basement. 630 more words

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First Times With Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

Back in 1974, Devo were just a bunch of art school kids playing music in a basement in Akron, Ohio. In that space, the band would come up with songs like “Space Girl Blues,” “Midget” and “Buttered Beauties.” But, those songs wouldn’t get a chance to be played outside that basement. 665 more words

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First Times With Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

Back in 1974, Devo were just a bunch of art school kids playing music in a basement in Akron, Ohio. In that space, the band would come up with songs like “Space Girl Blues,” “Midget” and “Buttered Beauties.” But, those songs wouldn’t get a chance to be played outside that basement. 630 more words

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