Devotchka: How It Ends

Take a hint of Interpol, throw in some Cuban salsa, and add, not a hint, but a fair amount of those old German polka records that show up at flea markets the world over, and you’ve got Devotchka’s stunning release, How It Ends. Bathed in the soothing atmospherics that made the Smiths amazing, but filtered through polka songs and carnivalesque time frames, Devotchka has all the makings of a break out band (regardless that they’ve been around for years). With theremin, glockenspeil, vibraphone, and bouzouki, this album is an instrumental sensation, crossing borders as it touches down on numerous genres.

Related Content

Recent Posts

New to Glide

Keep up-to-date with Glide