Weekend Rewind: Watch Justice’s I Love Techno set from 2006Justice

Weekend Rewind: Watch Justice’s I Love Techno set from 2006

Justice set the dance music world ablaze when they released Woman in November, triumphantly breaking their five-year musical hiatus. Old and new fans alike recognize the momentous impact of the duo’s third album, which reaffirmed their veteran status. Justice’s masterful fusion of disco, rock, and electro manages to simultaneously innovate and recall classic musical movements.

Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay are, of course, no strangers to such combinations — they’ve built their illustrious career upon their electrifying stylistic combinations. While their debut album, Cross, garnered Justice widespread acclaim upon its 2007 release, Gaspard and Xavier had already become known in underground circles for their skillful genre fusion.

Justice’s set at the 2006 edition of Belgium’s legendary I Love Techno festival provides a fitting example of their longstanding abilities. Predating the release of Cross, this performance showcases the duo’s capabilities prior to their ascension to international fame. Still meticulously hectic, the set leaves a formidable impression ten years later, as Justice manage to captivate their audience through their raucous curation of electro, techno, disco, and house.

Behold the majesty of Justice in a pre-EDM world above.

Tracklist (Courtesy of Justice Club):

00:00 Scissor Sisters – I Don’t Feel Like Dancing (Teenagebadgirl Remix)
1:00 Alex Gopher Dust
4:00 MBG & SDS – New Jack (Steve Angello Remix)
7:30 Kavinsky – Testarossa Autodrive (SebastiAn Remix)
9:38 Zongamin – Bongo Song
10:58 Simian – Never be alone
11:41 Justice vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends
13:27 Para One – Dundun-dun (MSTRKRFT Remix)
17:50 Justice – DVNO (Surkin Remix)
19:52 Modeselektor – Kill Bill Vol. 4
21:33 SebastiAn – Walkman
25:30 Justice – Let There Be Light

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