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Justice Pic: Anoulay Tsai
You might have heard more about Justice’s videos than their tunes recently, what with ‘Stress’ causing French uproar with its visceral depiction of ‘underclass’ (or allegedly ‘racist’) violence. ‘DVNO’’s not that provocative: in fact it doesn’t really have anything unless you’re living the hedonist dream. Ironic that a song released for radio could prove so annoying upon airplay.



Stephen Kelly

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