Justice: 54 Tracks, 120 Minutes [Listen]

Justice: 54 Tracks, 120 Minutes [Listen]
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The mix features a fantastically eclectic selection of music, featuring everything from classic french-electro artists like Kavinsky, Cassius and SebAstian to more mainstream artists like Prince and Snoop Dogg.

The French duo show off some absolutely incredible DJ skills by jumping from genre to genre with 54 tracks in 120 minutes. Just hit play, sit back and enjoy some of the finest music out there.

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