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November 7, 2016 AT 8:44 am

Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh Interview on NPR on the New Minimoog #MusicMonday

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via NPR

Long ago, electronic music was created on massive consoles the size of refrigerators. But in 1970, the Minimoog Model D was unleashed, and its impact was nothing short of revolutionary. It was the driving force behind new sounds that emerged in years to come — jazz-rock from Herbie Hancock, electrifying pop from Michael Jackson and futuristic music from Devo, the rock and synth pop group perhaps best known for “Whip It.”

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