DJ Mag Meets Justice to Talk Signths, Classical Music & Their New Album
In an interview with DJ Mag's Ben Murphy, Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé, better known as the duo Justice, discuss everything from the analog synth fad to their creative process and influences. The two even share details about the making of their new album and what fans can expect to hear.This article originally appeared on DJ Mag
Xavier de Rosnay & Gaspard Augé speak up...
The analogue synth craze is out of control. It’s hit its apex with SURVIVE’s John Carpenter-style soundtrack to Netflix sci-fi show Stranger Things. Now everyone’s jumping on the synth bandwagon. There are retro synth-wave acts cropping up all over. French enfant terribles Justice, though, are happy to be the iconoclasts and think the opposite.
"We love what you can do with a computer," shrugs Xavier de Rosnay, the duo’s mouthpiece. "There are possibilities you couldn’t dream of in the best studio in the world with analogue equipment. We are not obsessed with synths. A synthesiser is a synthesiser. Some of them are great, but most of them sound very like music from the past. What’s modern, what’s new, comes from other things...
... read the full article and interview by Ben Murphy at djmag.com/features/ministry-justice