In 1997, Nick Urata and his band DeVotchKa began playing background music for local burlesque dancers in Denver. Soon the band's unique combination of Eastern European folk music and indie rock began gathering the attention of critics and fans alike. With the release of How it Ends in 2004, DeVotchK ... More >>
Good golly Miss Molly! SXSW frontwash is flooding into seemingly every venue in town. Enjoy it while it lasts...
Tuesday, March 15,at the Granada Theater
All photos by Patrick MichelsThough Nick Urata, front man for Denver-based gypsy folk-rock outfit Devotchka, joked that the only reason his band had a draw worth mentioning during its set at ACL's indoor Wildflower stage was because of the rain, consider his words simply a matter of humili ... More >>
Patrick MichelsWhile tornado warning sirens serenaded most of Dallas last night, those of us cooped up in the House of Blues remained blissfully ignorant, thanks to a great show from the gypsy-indie set DeVotchKa.The band's rocking live presence turned up the intensity on even their sleepiest number ... More >>
Tuesday, February 10, at House of Blues' Pontiac Garage
A Mad & Faithful Telling (Anti-)
How It Ends (Cicero)