Justice, the French electronic music duo comprising Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, burst onto the scene in the mid-2000s, becoming synonymous with a gritty, powerful sound that blends rock, electro, and disco into a revolutionary new genre. Their debut album, “†” (Cross), released in 2007, was a critical and commercial success, featuring hits like “D.A.N.C.E.,” “Genesis,” and “Phantom,” which encapsulated their unique style—a fusion of heavy bass lines, distorted synth sounds, and cinematic flourishes that felt both retro and futuristic. This album not only defined their career but also left a lasting impact on the electronic music landscape, influencing a new generation of artists and producers.
Justice is renowned for their visually spectacular live performances, which incorporate impressive light shows and imagery that complement their music’s cinematic scope. Their approach to music videos and live shows, often a collaborative effort with creative talents like So Me and Romain Gavras, has contributed to their iconic status within the electronic music community. Beyond their debut, albums like “Audio, Video, Disco” and “Woman” continued to explore and expand their sound palette, blending rock influences with electronic beats in innovative ways.