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

Louder sound’s Prog announces ”Equinoxe Infinity”

Jean-Michel Jarre will release his new album Equinoxe Infinity in November – listen to The Watchers (Movement 1) Article By Scott Munro – Jean-Michel Jarre has announced that he’ll release a new album later this year. It’s titled Equinoxe Infinity and is the sequel to Jarre’s 1978 album Equinoxe. It’s set to arrive on November 16 – almost 40 years to the day since the … Continue reading Louder sound’s Prog announces ”Equinoxe Infinity”

Music for supermarkets. Story behind one-copy album

Written by George Palladev : “In a time when everything is standardized, overbroadcast, a time when we are endlessly overinformed, saturated with sounds and images, it seemed to me worthwhile to demonstrate that a record is not only a piece of merchandise without value, infinitely multipliable, but it can be, like a painter’s picture or a sculptor’s bronze, an integral part of a musician’s creation. Francis … Continue reading Music for supermarkets. Story behind one-copy album

Electronica 2. The Heart of Noise. Jean Michel Jarre

Originally posted on The Echo Music:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jean Michel Jarre’s father was a composer of movies music. Often, he travelled to USA to work,and then the little Jean Michel was raised only by his mother, in France. He doesn’t have relationship with his father until 18 years old.? Also, he studied with Karlheinz Stockhausen (the German musician, one of the innovators in the electronic music),… Continue reading Electronica 2. The Heart of Noise. Jean Michel Jarre

”Electronica 1: a time machine” review in Irish daily star

ELECTRONIC music was always supposed to be about looking to the future, but French pioneer Jean Michel Jarre worries that we’re getting blinded by misty-eyed nostalgia. Chatting about his new album Electronica, Jarre concedes that he carries 40 years of baggage — he’s a founding father of synth music and pop culture shorthand for electronic maximalism. His 19th studio album is an attempt to reconcile … Continue reading ”Electronica 1: a time machine” review in Irish daily star