Justice to deliver first Essential Mix since 2007
It’s been a lengthy five years since Justice released their last studio album, Audio, Video, Disco. Finally, with less than two weeks to go until the release of the duo’s highly-anticipated forthcoming LP Woman, the dance community has made it to the final stretch of waiting for the new Justice album to be unveiled. With the recent release of the third single off the album, “Alakazam!”, impromptu sets in New York, Paris, and Berlin, and a high-profile interview, the French electro pioneers have made a concerted effort to raise anticipation for Woman to new heights.
Further feeding the frenzy of the November 18 album release, Justice will be making an appearance on BBC Radio 1‘s coveted Essential Mix this Saturday, November 12. Justice hasn’t performed behind BBC Radio 1’s iconic decks since 2007, the same year their grammy-nominated debut album, Cross, was released. As their 2007 Essential Mix featured a plethora of new music, it seems safe to assume their upcoming appearance will gift fans with a slew of unreleased tracks.
Featuring the duo’s signature compressed and distorted synth work, Justice’s 2007 Essential mix displays the funk and metal-influenced French electro style the Parisians helped pioneer over a decade ago in prime form.
The full set is available to stream below.