"...like futuristic beats deconstructed by cavemen."
— Jason Lymangrover, AllMusic.com
Justice is an Electro House duo consisting of the Frenchmen Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay. They have a unique style of Electro House heavily influenced by funk and disco.They have released four albums:
Apart from the disco and funk influences of electro house, their style has been thought of as having some heavy metal influence and combines cut-up bass lines with a compressed and distorted synth sound. Their music often includes bass slapping.
This band provides examples of:
Album Title Drop: The song "Audio, Video, Disco." from the album Audio, Video, Disco.
Arc Symbol: A cross. One appears on every album or EP cover, the T in their name is a cross, and there's a cross featured in all their live shows.
Audience Participation Song: Anytime "We Are Your Friends" plays at a live show, the audience sings along. Used more prominently in A Cross the Universe, where the only words NOT sung by the audience are "We", "You", and "C'mon".
New Sound Album: † is gritty, buzzy electronic dance. Audio, Video, Disco is mainly progressive rock.
Not Christian French House: They are Christian, and they have a prominent cross motif, and some of their titles have a Biblical slant...but it doesn't seem to get any deeper than that. The only lyrics on †, for example, are about a dancing girl and going to the club.
Spoken Word In Music: From "Let There be Lite": "Who is the DJ today? Give me something to dance to. But please no techno, 'CAUSE IT'S HURTING MY HEAD AND I'M READY TO DISCO! DISCO! DISCO, DISCO!" The "DISCO! DISCO, DISCO!" is used in a few other live tracks of Justice's.