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Justice Coming to Mansion December 4

​Yes, you read it correctly. Just in time for Art Basel Miami Beach, Mansion is bringing French electrohouse duo Justice to Miami Friday, December 4.

The pair haven't really played a proper club set since Winter Music Conference 2007 when they spun at the Fixed/Ed Banger party at Studio A. They've made subsequent Ultra appearances, but this will be the first "intimate" South Florida setting in almost four years.

They of course rose to mainstream consciousness after the release of their album and scoring a MTV VMA nomination for their breakthrough video for "D.A.N.C.E." However, 2009 has been a quiet year for Justice, with no new material being release--except for a remix here and there. It's safe to presume though that 2010 might be a little busier.

Tickets are already on sale via Wantickets.com for $30. Sorry kids, 21 and over only. Doors open at 11.

After the jump, the clip for Justice's track "Stress," which was perhaps one of the more underrated tracks off their debut LP.

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