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You Know Justice, AKA Xavier De Rosnay and Gaspard Auge. French Duo, Remixed Simian to Create the Titanic 'we Are Your Friends', the Anthem-that-will-not-die, That's Wrecked Dancefloors from Backstage Glasto to Trash to Euro-resorts Groovy Parisians who have the Balls to Name their Single, Or Dare We Say, their Hit "d.a.n.c.e." And in Caps Would You Believe. But You Can When You're Called Justice and in all but Three Years have Revolutionized Dancefloors all Over the World Limited to 10,000 Copies.
Justice is the moniker of the Paris-based production duo Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay. Their approach to crazy-quilt dance-pop hybridism is infectious, if a tad off-putting here and there. The duo rose to fame due to an MP3 single and super smart video for the excellent, kiddy-chorused house-pop number "D.A.N.C.E." in 2007, and they soon thereafter signed to the suitably named label Banger. They manage to make really silly and fun music in a way that frequently comes off in a pretentious manner. It's ridiculous to name your album after a symbol, especially if it's . This is not meant derogatorily. Really. Justice does appear to be that rare breed of dance artist equally capable of stimulating the body and the mind, though neither Richard James nor the Basement Jaxx need fear this act. After just one listen to "Waters of Nazareth," it's very difficult to avoid wondering "how the hell did they mix and match noise and pop so beautifully" while also dancing furiously. --Mike McGonigal
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Listening to this on Vinyl was like hearing it for the first time all over again. Newjack and Waters of Nazareth especially. This was how this album was meant to be heard.Published on Sept. 10 2013 by Shane Porter
If you can't dance...buy this album, and it will cure you. Enjoy. A party essential.