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.
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Minute by minute report, via text message, by the BBC's Matt Walton.
- 20.34 - Annie Mac warms up and already has the crowd moving with some suitably large beats...
- 20.45 - There's a LOT of racks, keyboards and little flashing lights adorning the stage.
- 20.46 - It's gone dark and everyone is cheering.
- 20.49 - 'Give it up for Justice!' lots of cheering for two french men who begin turning knobs.
- 20.51 - Dramatic bass that's far too dirty to introduce it to your mum.
- 21.01 - There's a light just come on revealing the Frenchmen in their tight leather jackets for the first time.
- 21.03 - The drums kick in again and the cross blazes. All hail the cross of justice!
- 21.05 - The childish vocals of 'Dance' chime out. There're hands in the air.
- 21.09 - They're making a fantastic noise like a flatulant bandsaw. There's a lot of jumping up and down around here.
- 21.18 - A brief moment of relative calm... And then 'Let's Get this Party Started' which we're all taking quite literally.
- 21.25 - The girl standing next to me has just declared that this is 'crazy hot s**t!' she's got a point.
- 21.27 - The cross is alight again and the crowd can't get enough of it.
- 21.34 - The sinister chords of 'We Are Your Friends' are ringing out. I'm bracing myself!
- 21.35 - Several thousand people are going to be my friend.
- 21.37 - They're playing with us, egging us on turning the volume down and generally screwing around.
- 21.40 - It's a remix of a remix and everyone is loving the twists and turns at enormous volume. RarrrRR!!!
- 21.43 - And that's it. Massive cheers. A little Gallic bow and they symbolicaly close their laptops. Awesome.
also at bbc electric proms
- Performed alongside Justice:
- The Chemical Brothers
- Other performances:
- Mark Ronson with guests and the BBC Concert Orchestra
- Mark Ronson with special guests and the BBC Concert Orchestra
- Paul McCartney
- Kaiser Chiefs via David Arnold
- Bloc Party
- Ray Davies and friends
- Agaskodo Teliverek
- Ben Westbeech
- Basquiat Strings
- The Beatles: Help!
- Bob Dylan: The Other Side of the Mirror
- Breed 77
- Charlie Louvin
- The Chemical Brothers
- Cold War Kids
- The Coral
- Daft Punk: Electroma
- Duke Special
- Durrty Goodz
- Edwyn Collins
- The Enemy
- The Flaming Lips:
UFOs at the Zoo
- Kano presents London Town
- Kid Harpoon
- Noah and the Whale
- Once in a Blue Moon:
A tribute to Lal Waterson
- The Metros
- New Cassettes
- Radio Luxembourg
- Reverend and the Makers
- The Riff Raff and Riz MC
- Sam Isaac
- Sigur Rós: Heima
- SOIL & "PIMP" SESSIONS with Jamie Cullum
- Taio Cruz