Chicago Chapter spoke with electronic music duo Justice at Lollapalooza 2017, winners of Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical at the 51st GRAMMY Awards for their remix of MGMT's "Electric Feel." As seated L-R they are Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé. In addition to a daunting discussion of the complex gear they use at shows, they shared various inside views of the sounds and songs they are known for. Both spoke of detaching from rhythmic expectations. "We've always had a love for sophisticated basslines," said de Rosnay. "I think it's very French, where the bass is not rhythmic anymore but it's more like giving you hints on the harmonies that you want to hear and the chords." Augé described their use of 70s library music on their single "Heavy Metal," saying, "We love that it is a very broken structure, that doesn't follow any metric rules, like it's just a bit anarchic." Rejecting the "Dance" label although one of their hits is "D.A.N.C.E.", de Rosnay said, "We made some tracks and they happened to be danceable … Dance music as a scene or as a movement doesn't really interest us."