Woman Worldwide (album originally released in 2016) is a mastery of production fused with Justice’s incredible catalog of dance floor hits. The preparation itself took almost a year before the live show’s debut last March in Colombia. Furthermore, Justice made stops at Ultra, Coachella, Lollapalooza, and dozens of other huge festivals along the way.
The shocking aspect of this quick turnaround in production changes is the quickness with which it has happened. Normally, a project like ‘Iris’ would take them years to hammer down. The duo spoke with Billboard at length about Woman Worldwide and mentioned this:
“Like, it must be perfect…It is not always good because we are very slow in making things…In our studio, (we’re) just taking the time to make them, so every project we start working on takes like three or four years, but that’s the way we work, and we’re happy like this.”
Justice’s brilliance has provided them with unmatched longevity. Since 2003, they continue to grind out grueling tours and release a steady stream of quality music. The aforementioned ‘Woman’ is currently nominated for a the best dance album Grammy Award. As a result it is hard to see any other heights ‘Iris’ can help the group can ascend to.
Luckily, fans won’t have to wait too long as SXSW is slated for a March 11th start. Don’t miss a chance to experience Justice’s ‘Iris’ at the pinnacle of live dance music production. Everything you need to know about SXSW is available here now!