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The Blueprint: Behind the Epic Cross of Justice

00:00 Nov/30/1999

The most recent episode of Jay Z's Life + Times, 'The Blueprint', goes behind the epic cross to reveal what's behind the live show of the French electro duo Justice. The duo has come a long way since their first album in 2005, Malik Malki, their sound engineer, has been with them every step of the way. He gets a word in on how the duo made the transition from analog to digital. Vincent Lerisson stepped in only recently as the light designer. With “respect the visual precedent that had been set for the first shows,” Vincent had to come up with ingenious solutions for a duo that doesn't want images nor colors for their live performances.

Gaspard Auge and Xavier De Rosnay have been at the forefront of French electro, and their taste in music as well as stage performance, is of another league. They've managed to incorporate LED screens, LED balls and all that jazz into an epic live show. The signature Marshall stacks have gotten a 21 century re-make with other disregard to the rainbow colors of today's EDM 'culture'.

Enjoy the mini-doc, and get yourself excited for an epic May. Not only is Daft Punk going to give you 'Random Access Memories', but Justice will also give you 'Access All Areas', the live recordings album out May 6th.

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