Monday, October 3, 2011


     The world anxiously holds its breathe in anticipation for the rebirth of Justice! With two singles under their belt (Civilization and Audio, Video, Disco) and the recent release of their third, Helix, it is clear that the two frenchmen, known for their hard electro sound, have chosen a new direction for their second album. 
     As cliche or as "typical" as this may sound, Justice (Waters of Nazareth) is where it all began for me. After getting a taste of their gritty sound, I was truly hooked; especially after only really hearing electronic music of the likes of Eric Prydz, Darude, and Daft Punk. It was life changing. Fast forward to now, there has been a lot of debate over their latest work. Me personally? Granted, it took a little getting used to....I can dig it! Being a classic rock fiend before my electronic days, I love how Justice have "simplified" their sound and stick to basics (mainly guitar, bass, keyboard, and percussion) but are still able to make funky music. I will say, I don't know how this music will sound in a live environment. It is definitely not as "dance-y" and more on the performance end of going to a rock concert vs a rave. But hey! Great artists have to switch it up here and there and maybe their 3rd album will come back to the Cross sound. Until then, I'm going to welcome this change with open arms and see where it goes from there. 
What do you think about this new Justice?



Audio, Video, Disco (Para One Remix):

Harvest (192kbps)
Para One turns their 2nd single into a rave banger. If anything, I know there are going to be killer remix packs of each track so have no fear if this new Justice ain't your cup of tea.

gay4justice ^_^

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