Devotchka perform in studio

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Devotchka peforms live from SXSW
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Blending elements of spaghetti westerns, gypsy, mariachi, and folk has lead the group to stand out amongst the recent crop of new bands. The group joined Mark Wheat to talk about their influences and perform a few songs.

Songs: "The Enemy Guns," "Queen Of The Surface Streets," and "How It Ends"

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