Tag Archives: Devotchka

Live Review: DeVotchKa with the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall 1/12

From smaller clubs like The Crocodile and the Tractor Tavern to the luxurious concert venue of Benaroya Hall. “This is quite a step up from where we started in Seattle,” joked Nick Urata, frontman for DeVotchKa, as he stared out at the expansive room, seemingly sold out from floor to third tier balcony. And it’sRead more…

Posted in KEXP, Live Reviews | Tagged | Leave a comment

Live Video: DeVotchKa

It’s been a few years since we’ve heard from Denver band DeVotchKa, and in that time they’ve been doing the usual – you know, gardening, making babies, growing beards, writing ballets – just not releasing new material… at least not yet. Between occasional shows and a handful of concerts with the Colorado Symphony, the longtimeRead more…

Posted in KEXP, Live Video | Tagged | Leave a comment

Bumbershoot 2015, Day 3: Nathaniel Rateliffe and the Night Sweats, Minus The Bear, DeVotchKa

There’s probably a joke somewhere in the fact that Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats played a rousing workout of a show on Bumbershoot‘s first (and, in quintessential Seattle fashion, only) warm afternoon, but it wouldn’t illustrate the Denver, Colorado-singer’s performance any better than simply saying that his stage-opening set was a clear highlight ofRead more…

Posted in Bumbershoot | Also tagged , | Leave a comment

Video Roundup: Bumbershoot Music Festival

Labor Day weekend is upon us, which in Seattle means Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival! This long-running festival enters its 45th year of music, comedy, literary events, and more at Seattle Center. As we prepare to move into that location ourselves, this year KEXP won’t be broadcasting from the festival like we have in yearsRead more…

Posted in Bumbershoot, KEXP, Video Roundup | Also tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Friday on My Mind: Songs for Our Friends at KOMO News

It’s time again for Friday on My Mind. Our weekly blog post where we look at videos centered around one common theme. This is a collaborative effort between KEXP and King 5 News. We here at KEXP want to reach out and offer our support and condolences to the KOMO News team who suffered anRead more…

Posted in Friday on My Mind, John In The Morning, KEXP | Also tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Song of the Day: DeVotchKa – How It Ends (Live with the Colorado Symphony)

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJs think you should hear. Today’s selection, featured on the Morning Show with John is “How It Ends” by DeVotchKa fromRead more…

Posted in KEXP, Song of the Day Podcast | Also tagged , | Leave a comment

City Arts Fest: DeVotchKa @ the Moore Theatre 10/20

Photos and review by Victoria Holt On Saturday, October 20th, DeVotchKa graced the Moore Theatre with their transcendent, romantic instrumentation for the City Arts Festival. Singer Nick Urata cooed lyrics of love, loss, and exploration of the inner self, transporting the packed audience to a nostalgic place. A few crowd members could barely contain themselves,Read more…

Posted in City Arts Festival, KEXP, Live Reviews | Also tagged | Leave a comment

2011 Top Ten List Spotlight: Quilty 3000

The KEXP DJs hear thousands of albums every year, but in 2011, which ten really stood out for them? Find out as KEXP looks at each DJ’s list through the month of December, leading up to our 2011 Top 90.3 Countdown, as voted on by YOU, the KEXP listener! Voting ends on Monday, December 19th,Read more…

Posted in 2011 Countdown, KEXP, Quilty 3000 | Also tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

On the Road with DeVotchKa: The End of the Tour

update and additional photos by Shawn King So yeah, everything you’ve heard about Glastonbury is true; it’s a madhouse. Getting in the night before, I went to see Battles, who were having trouble with some video, but it didn’t matter — they were champs. Mud, drugs, and sprawling dystopian villages are Glasto’s fame.

Posted in KEXP, Tour Blogs | Tagged | 1 Comment

On the Road with DeVotchKa: Munich and Brussels

update and photos by Shawn King Shows have been going really well over here after a few hang ups. Jeanie scored a flute, and Nick found the only other dude in Zurich who could replace a busted Moog theremin.

Posted in KEXP, Tour Blogs | Tagged | Leave a comment
Donate Now!

Donate to KEXP Today!

Donate to KEXP Today!
where the music matters

The KEXP Blog

Sponsored By
Become a KEXP Sponsor!
  • KEXP Post Categories