Monday, July 9, 2007 at 05:18PM
soundscapes in Electronic

justice-t.jpgThere is a music gene over which the French maintain a puzzling monopoly: the electro-funk dance gene. Many of the country's best acts, from Air to Phoenix, have a relationship with dance music which is far less self-conscious than that of their North American counterparts. Inside of worrying about whether or not it's kitsch, Justice revel in the pure sonic power of their robot music. The result is their relentless debut: † ("cross"). Alongside song titles of such weight as "Genesis", "Let There Be Light" and "Waters of Nazareth", come titanic, inventive booty-shakers that refuse to sit still.  

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