Festicket interview: “You have to create your own limitations”

Forty years ago the French composer and electronic music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre released his landmark studio-album Equinoxe. Divided into two suites and eight parts, it built on the futuristic sounds of Oxygene, released two years earlier, and both have become cult classics along with their iconic artworks from visual artist Michel Granger. Soon after the release Equinoxe on Bastille Day, Jarre performed an arresting one-off … Continue reading Festicket interview: “You have to create your own limitations”

JMJ on BBC about Artificial Intelligence (2018)

Data Ethics Monitoring Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation. Also Jean-Michel Jarre, Conservation Society Awards and a quantum compass. “I had a very interesting chat with the BBC that will air in the show at 8:32pm tonight. Not sure if it will be on exactly in that moment but should be shortly after otherwise. You can hear it either live, or after it has broadcast, … Continue reading JMJ on BBC about Artificial Intelligence (2018)

Nest HQ’s review of Equinoxe Infinity

If you close your eyes while listening to the totality of Jean-Michel Jarre‘s Equinoxe Infinity, I swear you can travel to another world whether or not you believe it’s just your imagination. The legendary French producer and composer perhaps just made his most prolific voyage of an album yet, expressed in 10 movements, which are defined as a self-contained part of a musical composition or … Continue reading Nest HQ’s review of Equinoxe Infinity

Meaww’s review of Equinoxe Infinity

Jean-Michel Jarre releases ‘Equinoxe Infinity’, a reimagination that arrives 40 years after the original LP The pioneering electronic music producer celebrates four decades of ‘Equinoxe’ with a mind-bending reworking of the original. 40 years ago, pioneering electronic music producer Jean-Michel Jarre released ‘Equinoxe’, a monumental instrumental concept album with an equally impressive cult visual design by Michel Granger. Today (November 16), exactly four decades after … Continue reading Meaww’s review of Equinoxe Infinity

Spill album review of Equinoxe Infinity

Perhaps it is their age, perhaps it is their level of confidence, but  there are a number of established artists releasing albums in which they do what they do best. They are not trying to compete with the today’s pop sensations but rather cater to their own artististic integrity and perhaps their loyal, core following. Jean-Michel Jarre is one of those artists. Over the last … Continue reading Spill album review of Equinoxe Infinity