Parisian DJs Gaspard Auge and Xavier de Rosnay, aka Justice, made their name with a remix of Simian's We Are Your Friends, which was initially recorded as an entry to a college radio station competition before becoming a huge club hit in 2006. The track's success led to remixes for N.E.R.D., Britney Spears and Daft Punk and helped define a sound that drew on disco, electro house and rock and earn a reputation for big beat floor fillers. Their debut album, known as Cross (2007), was nominated for the Grammy Awards and the Shortlist Prize with single D.A.N.C.E. becoming a hit in France and winning an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Video. Follow-up Audio, Video, Disco (2011) adopted more rock and heavy metal influences, as their ambition expanded from dance floors to arenas and large festivals. Full of synths, funky bass lines and thundering euphoria, Justice are now recognised as one of Europe's most inventive and popular dance acts and still remain highly sought after producers and re-mixers.