Hailing from Paris, France, the name Justice has become infamous with electronic music in the same nature as Daft Punk and Giorgio Morodor, it takes a lot to become known for your music, and even harder to inspire the next generation, but that’s exactly what Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé have done through their bold and synth-lead productions. This month saw the pair roll out their fourth studio album, titled Woman Worldwide it shares its title with their third album, Woman.
The new album comes as a rework project, featuring new versions of some of their best work from past records. 15 reworks in total make up the tracklist, with D.A.N.C.E., Safe And Sound, Genesis and most popular Justice originals all present and accounted for amongst the madness. Woman Worldwide is a product of their live performances, born through experimentation and rearrangement to fit the live format. Releasing on CD, vinyl, digital and streaming, it’s available on almost any music platform. Justice have also launched Justice TV which shows a historic look at music videos, artwork, music and fan submissions from the Justice story.
Where to start:
‘D.A.N.C.E.’ – Reverb dominated, string focused and topline heavy
‘Genesis x Phantom’ – Growling basslines and ever evolving laser beams
‘Audio, Video, Disco’ – Vocoded samples and piano chords make way for a huge bassline
Previous from Justice:
Woman (2016, Ed Banger / Because Music)
Audio, Video, Disco (2011, Ed Banger)
If you like this then check out:
Soulwax – ESSENTIAL (2018. DEEWEE)
Étienne de Crécy – Super Discount 3 (2015, Pixadelic)
Justice – Woman Worldwide is out now on Ed Banger Records and Because Music. Stream the album in full below.