5 juicy Justice remixes that may just trump the originals

5 juicy Justice remixes that may just trump the originals

You really don’t need to look too far to find some monster Justice remixes, but it isn’t ten that the …

You really don’t need to look too far to find some monster Justice remixes, but it isn’t ten that the re-dos out-do the originals. However, on occasion, a remix comes across that is so damn good that it leaves the original in the dust – even if the original is a biggie.

With Justice about to finish up a long awaited Aussie tour this weekend in Brisbane, we decided to sift through the remix archives and tip our hats to some reworks that, in our opinion, best the originals.

‘New Lands’ (SebastiAn Remix)

Ed Banger label mate SebastiAn is something an enigma when it comes to releases. He’s been quiet for a while, but thankfully his back catalogue still holds firm, and this slowed, moody rework ‘New Lands‘ is a go-to.

‘Helix’ (Gesaffelstein Remix)

Gesaffelsetin isn’t one for subtlety, and his remix Justice’s ‘Helix’ is no exception. Clanging chords and chopped vocals with an overarching techno tone create a truly evil edit from the Parisian artist. Definitely one for the record books.

‘D.A.N.C.E’ (MSTRKRFT Remix)

This could very well go down as one the best remixes ever made. Nuff said.

‘Randy’ (Boys Noize Remix)

Boys Noize no stranger to mixing up a Justice tune, but it really makes sense why they keep asking the German producer to step in. The drop says it all.

Last but not least…

‘D.A.N.C.E’ (Justice Remix)

Let’s face it, the MSTRKRFT remix was so damn good that even Justice wanted to jump on board. Utilising a lot the instrumental work MSTRKRFT threw in; Justice proceed to tweak the song even more, giving it another set legs in the it’s long standing career as one the best dance songs ever. No pun intended.

Justice are playing at The MET this Friday. Click for more information. Check out our from Sydney City Limits for a taste what their 2018 live show is like.