Jean Michel Jarre honours Edgar Froese from Tangerine Dream

Message for Jean Michel Jarre on his Facebook page: Today electronic music is orphaned of one of its most important father figures, Edgar Froese, the soul of Tangerine Dream – Band. Edgar and I always followed each others work. We started electronic music at the same time. We spent some time together recently and we became instant old friends. I remember his vision of Life, … Continue reading Jean Michel Jarre honours Edgar Froese from Tangerine Dream

Jarre to be interviewed by Armin van Buuren at ADE Conference (October 2014)

Jean Michel Jarre will be the guest of the dutch dance scene featuring the Amsterdam Dance Event which spans from 15 to 19 Oct 2014 (date is not confirmed yet. He will be questionned by long-time fan DJ Armin van Buuren:
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Jarre to the Guardian: ‘Artists are the collateral damage of the tech giants’

Jean Michel Jarre has called on music artists to work with the world’s most powerful technology companies, urging them to explore new ways of making money for their work. “We are the people creating the future – not manufacturers of computers or cables. We are the extraordinary,” Jarre told the Guardian. “[The lack of enforcement of] intellectual property is not just a problem for artists … Continue reading Jarre to the Guardian: ‘Artists are the collateral damage of the tech giants’

Jean Michel Jarre talks ‘fair share for creators’ at Midem (February, 3rd 2014)

Jean Michel Jarre is both musician and president of the International Confederation of Authors and Composers Societies (CISAC), and as such, has a view or two on digital music and its impact on artists and songwriters. He took to the Midem stage this afternoon for a session titled “Fair Share for Creators” to share some of those views, in an interview conducted by Music Week’s … Continue reading Jean Michel Jarre talks ‘fair share for creators’ at Midem (February, 3rd 2014)