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->"...like futuristic beats deconstructed by cavemen."
-->-- '''Jason Lymangrover''', [=AllMusic=].com

Justice is an [[HouseMusic 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:
* ''†'' (Cross, 2007)
* The live album ''[[IncrediblyLamePun A Cross the Universe]]'' (2008)
* ''Audio, Video, Disco'' (2011)
* And another live album, ''Access All Arenas'' (2013)

Along with one EP:
* "Planisphère" (2008).

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.
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!! This band provides examples of:
* AlbumTitleDrop: The song "Audio, Video, Disco." from the album Audio, Video, Disco.
* AllCGICartoon: The "Civilization" video
* AlliterativeTitle: ''Access All Arenas''
* ArcSymbol: 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.
* AudienceParticipationSong: 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".
* AWildRapperAppears: Former labelmate {{Uffie}} on "Tthhee Ppaarrttyy.".
* BilingualBonus: "Audio, Video, Disco" is at first glance a simply musically-inclined WordSaladTitle; it's actually Latin for "I hear, I see, I learn".
* {{Calvinball}}: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gxu248aD6PY music video for New Lands]] starts off as a Baseball game...Then quickly adds lacrosse, roller derby, and UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball.
* CoolestClubEver: The subject of "The Party" and "DVNO".
* CreepyCoolCrosses: Crosses and Christian iconography feature hugely in their work.
* EpicRocking: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZgfrDMQFas Planisphere]] is 17:39 long, if you listen to all its parts in order.
** Also, "Phantom Part 2" is over 8 minutes on both A Cross the Universe and Access All Arenas. On top of that, "Audio, Video, Disco." is 10 minutes long on Access All Arenas
* FadingIntoTheNextSong: Cross has tons of these. The only real song breaks are after "D.A.N.C.E.", "Newjack", "Phantom Part 2", "DVNO", and "Stress"
** And while Audio, Video, Disco. doesn't have nearly as many as Cross, "On'n'On" and "Brianvision" fade into each other, as well as "New Lands" and "Helix".
** And of course, being live albums, A Cross the Universe and Access All Arenas both have all the songs fade into one another.
* HellBentForLeather: The duo is usually seen wearing leather jackets.
* [[IdiosyncraticCoverArt Idiosyncratic]][=/=]MinimalisticCoverArt: Their main two albums just have a cross, not even the band or album name.
** The singles from Audio, Video, Disco all have the same stone cross, but with a different background.
** A Cross the Universe subverts the other examples by not having a cross, just the band and album titles on a plain black background.
** The singles from Cross, as well as Access All Arenas avert this trope, however.
* IncrediblyLamePun: As stated above; ''A Cross the Universe''.
* LighterAndSofter: ''Audio, Video, Disco'' was meant to be a "daylight album" when compared to ''†'', according to WordOfGod.
* LimitedLyricsSong: "Audio, Video, Disco" and "Ohio"
* ListSong: "Ohio"
--->''O-hi-o\\
Ten-nes-see\\
Ca-li-for-nia\\
End-less-ly''
* LiveAlbum: As stated above, A Cross the Universe and Access All Arenas.
* LoopedLyrics: "Audio! Audio! Audio! Video disco!"
** Also from AVD, "Ohio"
* LoudnessWar: This is the trademark sound of Ed Banger Records in general, but Justice take compression to its absolute limits.
** The compressed tone managed to go UpToEleven with *Carpates,* which sounds like something out of the soundtrack of VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D
* LuckyCharmsTitle: ''†''.
* MindScrew: The music video for "On'n'On".
* NewSoundAlbum: ''†'' is gritty, buzzy electronic dance. ''Audio, Video, Disco'' is mainly progressive rock.
* [[NotChristianRock 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.
* TheOner: The video for "Audio, Video, Disco".
* PunnyName: ''DVNO'' doesn't stand for anything. It's actually a pun on the name, "El Divino".
* {{Sampling}}: ''†'' featured samples from over ''400 albums''!
* SignatureStyle: Are you hearing electro house with blatant funk influences and distorted, chopped up pianos? You gotta be listening to Justice, then.
* ShoutOut: "D.A.N.C.E"'s lyrics make several references to Music/MichaelJackson.
** It's fun to try and spot the basis for all the spoof [[VanityPlate Vanity Plates]] in the ''DVNO'' music video.
** The title and guitar-riff of "Brianvision" reference Queen's lead guitarist, Music/BrianMay.
* [[LiteraryAllusionTitle Song Allusion Title]]: ''A Cross the Universe'' to "[[Music/TheBeatles Across the Universe]]".
* SpellingSong: "D.A.N.C.E".
* SpokenWordInMusic: 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.
** This vocal is originally taken from Justice's remix of "Skitzo Dancer" by Scenario Rock.
* TitleTrack: Audio, Video, Disco.