Seeing Devo live in 2010 is probably a lot like it would have been in 1980, and Saturday's show at Forecastle was fun and - at times - wonderfully strange.
My first Panic attack
I want to like Devo. I really do. I remember I need to whip it, whip it good. Stephen Colbert taught me it’s time to trade in my red pyramid hat for a blue one. I’m even intrigued by the fact that they based their entire new album on market research. That could be good. Or at least interesting. Or not.
It's good to have friends in the right places...
No matter what you might have learned from playing Portal, this Cake is not a lie. Best. Band. At. Forecastle.
Green education on the greel lawns of Louisville at the Forecastle Festival
I know this is an environmentally friendly festival, but there's such a thing as taking something too far.
I'm not sure if Pandora would've combined Grace Potter and the Nocturnals with Cake, but after the first four songs, I can say I really like this band.
I can’t remember the last time I got this excited about fair food. Seriously, people. Forecastle is doing this right. Take notes. Learn a lesson. Please, for the love of all things good, replicate it.
I wanted to pretend he was a smurf, but this Na'vi at Forecastle wanted to plug his hair into mine and teach me all about sustainable living.
Just a couple days away from his band's Saturday show at Forecastle, DEVO co-founder Jerry Casale talked with Louisville.com about the band's new CD Something For Everybody, their stage show, and the wonders of Yo Gabba Gabba!
Indie rock band Minus the Bear will try to distance themselves from all the other bands with the word "bear" in its name when they play Sunday at Forecastle Festival.