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

Jean-Michel Jarre interviews at the Amsterdam Dance Event (2018)


Jean-Michel speaking about Equinoxe Infinity, Electronica 3 which he his working on, older concerts on Blu-Ray/DVD, his influences, his new record company for the United States, and UNESCO program. He can’t tell more about his autobiography, though.
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Louder than war review of Equinoxe Infinity (11.2018)

Forty years (to the day) after the release of the landmark Equinoxe album, The Godfather of Electronic Music releases the sequel. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews. Jean-Michel Jarre is a tease. A tease with the album title. A tease with the album artwork. A tease with the sounds that he uses (repeats?) on Equinoxe Infinity. The recent surprise announcement of this new album, hot … Continue reading Louder than war review of Equinoxe Infinity (11.2018)

First review of ”Equinoxe Infinity” by Elfworld

This autumn Jean-Michel Jarre turned 70. In the past three years he has released two double albums, one single album and this September, a huge compilation box called Planet Jarre. The latter to celebrate his 50th anniversary as an artist. He’s also been touring most of these years with a ground breaking light and laser show, and he also played Coachella this year. And on … Continue reading First review of ”Equinoxe Infinity” by Elfworld