Electronica volume 1 review by Mimo website

electronica-volume-1Following in the footsteps of Giorgio Moroder’s star-studded comeback, fellow electro wizard Jean Michel Jarre has also assembled an impressive line-up for his first new studio effort in eight years, Electronica 1: The Time Machine.

But whereas Moroder’s unexpected return largely relied upon today’s synth-pop sirens, Jarre’s features a far more eclectic list of guest artists that have inspired him over the past four decades, ranging from legendary horror film director John Carpenter (the ominous instrumental “A Question of Blood”) to superstar DJ Armin van Buuren (the four-to-the-floor trance of “Stardust”) and concert pianist Lang Lang (the classical-electro of “The Train and the River”) Read more…

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