DeVotchKa in New York and live broadcast in Philly

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On the heels of the Fluid invading NYC the weekend prior, DeVotchKa, another Denver act, played a show on Saturday night at Webster Hall in New York. Evidently, the set was quite well received, according to this pair of blog posts we came across -- the latter of which contains more great photos like the one pasted above. As with the Fluid show, Brooklyn Vegan also has a write-up and another stellar set of photos. Added bonus: The night before in Philadelphia, the group taped a performance at WXPN's World Cafe Live, which is available for streaming on the station's website, if you please.

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