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The wonderfully bleary French dance hedonists Justice have been in the news lately for hitting Justin Bieber with a cease-and-desist after he (allegedly) ripped off their logo for the cover of his new album, which is also called Justice. But Justice deserve to be acknowledged for more than having a cool logo that a pop star bit. It’s been nearly five years since the duo released their album album Woman. Today, though, Gaspard Augé, one half of Justice, has ventured off on his own and released a banger of a single.

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Beyond the illusion of their masks, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo (or, Daft Punk as you know them) permanently transformed the music industry. Their 1997 debut album, Homework, and 2001 follow-up album, Discovery, introduced the world to electronic music with an unprecedented voice. Over their nearly 30-year career, Daft Punk were always on the […]

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Justice have sent a cease-and-desist notice to Justin Bieber over the album cover to his upcoming LP Justice and its accompanying merchandise, Rolling Stone reports. When Bieber first announced the album last month, many music fans — including our own commenters — noted the artwork’s similarity to the French dance duo’s iconic cross logo. Although Justice’s label Ed Banger joked about the resemblance at first, the band has now taken legal action to protect their trademark.

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