Biography

The French duo Justice is very well known to lovers of high quality electronic music all over the world. The band was formed back in 2003 and it found its popularity and acknowledgment pretty soon, because Gaspard Augй and Xavier de Rosnay proved to everyone that they could both make awesome remixes and also create their own excellent music. The musicians’ career started with the remix contest, where the duo presented their version of Simian's composition Never Be Alone. Justice managed to impress listeners; however the band did not win the contest. But in this very case the participation proved to be much more important then the victory itself – the duo was noticed by the owner of label Ed Banger Records Pedro Winter, also known to music lovers as Busy P (actually he was the first manager of the legendary group Daft Punk).

Thereby Justice became the permanent members of various parties, organized by Ed Banger Records. The musicians were busy mastering their skills and writing remixes to different bands and performers’ works. Step by step the French duo gave a brand new sound for a big number of compositions of Lenny Kravitz, Franz Ferdinand, Fatboy Slim and many others. Meanwhile Justice were preparing the material for their debut long play as well. It was finally ready and released in 2007. The record was titled Cross and it immediately got into the spotlight, which was not a surprise at all. Gaspard and Xavier presented and extremely interesting sound that absorbed both the aesthetics of electronic music and energy of rock. Such an unusual mix was enjoyed by listeners and musical experts gave it positive reviews. Moreover, the album was even nominated for Grammy Award in the category Best Electronic/Dance Album, and numerous musical issues included it into their lists of the best records of a year. Justice started the career in an incredibly confident way and soon they found a lot of faithful fans.

The lovers of concert sound and atmosphere got a possibility to enjoy the live album titled A Cross the Universe which got eighteen tracks in 2008. The duo has always been well-known for its love to rock music, and the final song Final proved that once again: what other electronic band could use the samples of the great Metallica’s Master of Puppets? That kind of mix is quite rare, and that is why it is so fascinating. The official release of Justice's new studio attempt took place in 2011. The record was titled Audio, Video, Disco and it became the logical continuation of the band’s first long play. The musicians remained faithful to their signature style, but in general Audio, Video, Disco turned out to be lighter than its predecessor. Thus, the music lovers got a powerful album with easy recognizable sound and rememberable melodies: the theme of rock is presented in a full volume again. Justice definitely succeeded in the field of integration of rock and electronica. What surprises will the duo present to us on its future albums? Maybe their composition will get even more guitars? Anyways, the quality is just unquestionable.

Studio Albums

Justice, Woman mp3Woman
2016
  • Electro House
  • French House
Justice, Audio, Video, Disco. mp3Audio, Video, Disco.
The French musicians Justice released their second studio attempt Audio, Video, Disco. A new portion of hits and signature mix of rock and electronica are waiting for the listeners
2011
  • Electro House
  • Electro-Disco
  • Electroclash
  • French House
Justice, Cross mp3Cross
The main thing that differs Justice from other dance projects is the masterly command of sound, and due to that album Cross is almost an hour of tense concentrated electronic music creating air vibrations that are practically tangible
2007

    Singles

    Justice, Civilization mp3Civilization
    2011
    • Electroclash
    • Electro House
    • French House
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