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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Ed Banger cross-bearers Justice appear to have overestimated their pull in the US.

Created On January 23rd, 2008 by JackT

Ed Banger cross-bearers Justice appear to have overestimated their pull in the US. The Grammy Award-nominated duo has been forced to downsize a planned live gig at New York’s Madison Square Garden to more humble surrounds.

Madison Square Garden is a Big Apple icon, and usually hosts polite, parent-approved acts like Bruce Springsteen, Whitney Houston, Elton John et al. Upcoming shows in 2008 include Matchbox Twenty, Linkin Park and Keith Urban … so you can see why the French electro boffins were being a little over-ambitious.

Justice will now play the WaMu Theater, a more ‘intimate’ setting within the Garden, on Tuesday 11 March. The show is under the MySpace Music Tour banner, and also boasts Chromeo, DJ Mehdi and Busy P.

As you most likely already know, the long-awaited Justice Fabric mix is not coming to a store near you. It was rejected by Fabric due to its insufficient length, or as Xavier de Rosnay puts it, “They weren’t ready for something like this.” The boys decided to release it anyway as a Christmas gift to their fans, so sniff around the web and you shall find.

Here’s Justice in all their tinnitus-inducing glory onstage in Paris.