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Deep Red will play next week at Le Poisson Rouge

Hercules and Love Affair side project to debut in New York
A new project from members of Hercules And Love Affair is set to debut next week in New York City.

Deep Red features keyboardist Morgan Wiley, bassist Andrew Raposo and Nomi Ruiz on vocals. The trio formed the band while on the road with Hercules And Love Affair.

Wiley and Raposo previously worked together within hip hop band Automato.

The band will make their live debut at Le Poisson Rouge in New York next Thursday (January 22).

Opening on the night is Midnight Magic, while Pat Mahoney of LCD Soundsystem will DJ two sets before and after the show.

--By our New York staff.
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