The dead pixels’ review of Electronica 2

Jean Michel Jarre seems to be a man on a mission. Since releasing his collaborative album Electronica Vol.1 last year he has been around the world touring, finishing off Electronica Vol.2 and also recording his follow up to the legendary Oxygene with Oxygene 3 coming in just a couple of days time (I’ll be reviewing it here). Jean Michel Jarre Electronica Vol. 2: Music Review … Continue reading The dead pixels’ review of Electronica 2

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

Positive review of The Heart of Noise on Roobla

Less than six months after the release of Jean Michel Jarre’s Electronica 1 comes Electronica 2, the second album to feature Jarre collaborating with a mix of dance legends and music icons. My review of Electronica 1 was, for the most part, positive (and deservedly so) with my only real gripe being the exclusion of some artists it would have been interesting to hear collaborations with. Has … Continue reading Positive review of The Heart of Noise on Roobla

Electronica vol 2: The Heart of Noise

Originally posted on Fifteen Minutes of Mantra Filled Oompah:
Eight months after volume 1 hits the shelves (and download sites), here comes volume2. If the earlier work was a surprise to some in its variety, then the somewhat eclectic mix of things on show here might be less of a shock. The list of artists is, in some ways, probably even more of a surprise… Continue reading Electronica vol 2: The Heart of Noise

Jean Michel Jarre’s final word to Electronica 2: the heart of noise

Six years ago I had this idea of merging DNA with musicians and artists of different generations, linked, directly or indirectly, to electronic music in a kind of sharing process in a world where we’re more isolated than ever by our smartphones and the Internet. In electronic music, unlike rock or jazz, we artists are isolated, like painters in their ateliers. That’s something I wanted to explore, to really collaborate in person, rather than just share sound files on email. To combine my world with those of other people whom I respect, love and admire from more than five decades of electronic music. The idea is very much in phase with our times, to merge communities, celebrate the connections, but in a real, physical, organic, natural way. Continue reading “Jean Michel Jarre’s final word to Electronica 2: the heart of noise”