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Justice London gig

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The third album from French dance duo Justice – they’re sort of Daft Punk with tighter jeans – is a tour-de-force that more than justifies the five-year break since their…

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There’s a lot to be said for live albums. At their best, they reveal a band at their most demented and vulnerable, stripping away the studio-constructed pretension, allowing you to…

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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…

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A lanky Frenchman in leisurewear pulls aside a sheet to reveal a gigantic luminous cross and a thousand pilgrims clasp their hands in the air. Two hairy men appear –…

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2007 isn’t the year of the ASBO, new rave or Gordon Brown, oh no – it’s the year of glitter-splattered nosebleed house music again, and anyone who disagrees can listen…

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At last, there is Justice in the world, just not on the dancefloor Let’s be clear: NME is loving Justice’s work. The totemic remixes of Simian and Franz; seismic recent…

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