Hercules and Love Affair's self-titled 2008 album demonstrates a devotion to a wide spectrum of classic house and disco music, though the original tunes by the group's Andrew Butler are also salted with the electro and funk of more recent decades. Tonight at U Street Music Hall's Red Fridays, Butler is going to dig into the catalogs of the artists who influenced his wildly popular project, from Frankie Knuckles and Larry Levan to Gorgio Moroder. (And, if you're lucky, he might drop a song or two from the finished-but-unreleased second Hercules album.) There's a $10 cover, and doors open at 10, but get there early -- it's going to be slammed.
You have chosen to submit a user review for possible removal by our editorial staff due to its offensive or inappropriate nature. Please confirm that you would like the review submitted for evaluation. If our editors find that the review does not fall within our user review guidelines, then it will be removed promptly.
The user review that you selected has been submitted for evaluation by our editors. It usually takes us about 5-7 days to evaluate a review.