15 Best Things We Saw at Farm Aid 2015

Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Kacey Musgraves, Imagine Dragons and more acts who lit up Chicago for the event's 30th anniversary

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Best Fish Out of Water: Insects vs. Robots
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Best Fish Out of Water: Insects vs. Robots

Were it not for this being the third year in a row that Insects vs Robots have descended upon the Farm Aid stage, the self-described "psych-punk-orchestra" may have caused some festival attendees to momentarily scratch their heads during the band's eclectic set. Sure, there was a little harmonica and fiddle sprinkled in, but the trippy song structures, surrealist lyrics, heavy percussive elements, and jazzy, improvisational guitar lines may have been a bit disarming to some. Led by Willie Nelson's multi-talented son, Micah, the band won the early crowd over with their experimental spirit and youthful enthusiasm. W.H.

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