Justice’s latest mix of Lenny Kravitz’s late 80’s debut single, “Let Love Rule”, is packed with a lot of groove, sex and funky beats, as well as the duo’s signature sound, making it quite a interesting rehash. It provides some definitely good practice for two as well, seeing how they’re due to hit the studio to start the production of their next LP. [via Kanye West’s blog] [display_podcast]
Back in July the French electro duo, Justice, were comissioned by Dior Homme to make a mix for their Spring/Summer 2009 runway show. Of course, faboulous results didn’t fail to arrive, and the whole fashion show buggied to Justice beats. Now, some good months since the incident, Justice has released the whole 15 minute mix, titled “Planisphere” and distributed into four parts, as a free download at their MySpace page. What’s interesting is how the…
Just a month after we unveiled the French duo’s video for Phantom Pt. I”, another version of the video has popped out, this time directed by Daniel Bloomberg. The video is a bit weird to say the least featuring a lot of sugary spice girls hanging around a cafeteria, quietly enjoying their meal, until a shadowy demonic presence made its appearance. In the end it all turns out just to be a directed food fight….
The French electro infused duo, Justice, really have a way with videos, I mean who hasn’t seen D.A.N.C.E. and wasn’t entranced? Their latest video for “Phantom Pt. II” follows the birthday party of a child, in a French family with excellent beat dancing and directing. All in all a great new video from the duo. From Justice’s critical darling debut album †, out now on Ed Banger/Vice.