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Thursday 25 October

Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay make up the brilliant French electronic duo, Justice, most famed for their breakthrough collaboration with Simian and hit single, ‘We Are Your Friends’. They rocked Koko in support of The Chemical Brothers.


Sorry, we were only able to keep performance videos online for a week after the festival. But you can still watch an interview with the band.

what happened

Minute by minute report, via text message, by the BBC's Matt Walton.

  1. 20.34 - Annie Mac warms up and already has the crowd moving with some suitably large beats...
  2. 20.45 - There's a LOT of racks, keyboards and little flashing lights adorning the stage.
  3. 20.46 - It's gone dark and everyone is cheering.
  4. 20.49 - 'Give it up for Justice!' lots of cheering for two french men who begin turning knobs.
  5. 20.51 - Dramatic bass that's far too dirty to introduce it to your mum.

audience reviews

The Chemical who?Justice Stole the show!!!

Dave Letorey
They first time I've seen them and it most certainly won't be the last. There is Justice in this world and they are fabulous.I just love those french squelchy noises.

also at bbc electric proms

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