Interview: Jean-Michel Jarre Dives Deep Into Equinoxe Infinity

JMJ Main Press Photo 2018 - Peter Lindbergh
If Klaus Schulze is the consigliere of electronic music, then Jean-Michel Jarre is surely the Godfather. The Lyon, France-born Jarre has racked up over 80 million album sales and counting internationally, with his analog-synth-centric 1976 album Oxygène generally acknowledged as having opened a wider door on the synthesizer revolution of the ’70s. JMJ, as he’s also known, further cemented his position with the 1978 sequencer-and-synth masterstroke, Équinoxe. Read more.
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