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Andy Butler's leftfield disco-house project Hercules And Love Affair is preparing for the release of album number three, The Feast Of The Broken Heart. Before that drops, though, they're attending to…   Read Story »
Earlier this month we heard "Do You Feel The Same?," the first single off Hercules And Love Affair's upcoming album The Feast Of The Broken Heart. It was an extremely enjoyable piece of music with…   Read Story »
Andy Butler's New York disco-house project Hercules And Love Affair just announced plans to release album number three, following up 2011's playful Blue Songs with a new one called The Feast Of The…   Read Story »
"Return It" is the debut single from New York disco-house singer and Hercules And Love Affair contributor Kim Ann Foxman. And for its video, director Jonathan Turner has put Foxman in a…   Read Story »
Hercules And Love Affair give Bat For Lashes' "All Your Gold" a light house facelift, turning it into more of the swirling dance jam that for which they are known. Thanks to the new pulse, the Bat…   Read Story »
"Blind," the 2008 collaboration between Hercules And Love Affair and Antony Hegarty, was an instant nu-disco classic and arguably the best thing either party has ever done. Somehow, though, Antony…   Read Story »
Hercules & Love Affair's Blue Songs is an impressive, eclectic take on a variety of dance floors. Andy Butler finds another angle via this remix of Chromeo's Solange Knowles-guesting "When The…   Read Story »
"Painted Eyes" opens Hercules & Love Affair's excellently lush, pleasingly eclectic/oddball sophomore album Blue Songs with a stringed pastoral flourish. (It's followed by "My House"'s Soul…   Read Story »
xx's spaciously hushed torch song "Shelter" is a distinctive handle for first-time listeners, the most balladic track on an album designed to soundtrack your night moves. It's the one where Jamie…   Read Story »
Until now our experience with Hercules & Love Affair's sophomore album stopped at the Soul Train-ready "My House." There are plenty of other styles and moods on Blue Songs, though, so diva…   Read Story »