Video: Jean-Michel Jarre and Laurie Anderson (RBMA Paris 2015)

January 9, 2016 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Video: Jean-Michel Jarre and Laurie Anderson (RBMA Paris 2015) 

This talk was held on Nov 16th as part of RBMA Paris 2015.

In the immediate aftermath of the devastating attacks in Paris, the Red Bull Music Academy and two of its lecture guests, Jean-Michel Jarre and Laurie Anderson, decided to sit down on the couch to discuss music and its role in uncertain times. Having been friends and collaborators for decades, Jarre and Anderson’s understanding of each others’ work and ideas weaves this lecture together: with realism, wisdom and humor.

Although they sit on the couch casually, and as equals, Jarre and Anderson have had globally acclaimed careers that have spanned music, art and performance since the 1970s. When you look at the current landscape of live electronic music performance, everyone from EDM superstars to underground techno DJs owe a huge debt to how Jarre visualized and performed classic albums such as Oxygène and Équinoxe to millions of people. Today, Jarre continues to innovate new ways of composing and performing electronic music with rapidly developing visual technologies: a subject he delves into in this lecture.

Anderson has always had a lot of fun playing with people’s perceptions of what a music piece could be. Originally a sculptor before she started crafting her unique soundscapes, her calm, syncopated delivery conjures all manner of tripped-out dream imagery – evocative and vague enough to qualify as fully-blown artistic statements. Widely influential for her use of early samplers and invented electronic instruments, Anderson has collaborated with Brian Eno, Andy Kaufman and late husband Lou Reed – dancing her own path through art and music with a sense of wonder for life and nature.

Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology

December 15, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology 

In this exclusive video, discover the evolution of electronic music technology with a true pioneer – Jean-Michel Jarre. More on this feature at:http://www.native-instruments.com/jea…

Watch Jean-Michel discuss how his unique artistic journey mirrors the development of music technology, from the early machines like the seminal EMS VCS 3 up to RAZOR and MONARK.

Find out how over 40 years of synth history informed his new album – Electronica, and hear a legend share his thoughts on technology’s future.

Music:

Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Tangerine Dream – “Zero Gravity”
Jean-Michel Jarre – “Oxygène Part 6”
Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Boys Noize – “The Time Machine”
Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Vince Clark – ”Automatic”
Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Air – “Close Your Eyes”

All music used with the kind permission of BMG and Sony Music Entertainment.

Pictures used with the kind permission of the Institut national de l’audiovisuel (INA) and Aero Productions.

Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology (by Native Instruments)

November 10, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Jean-Michel Jarre on the evolution of music technology (by Native Instruments) 

In this exclusive video, discover the evolution of electronic music technology with a true pioneer – Jean-Michel Jarre. More on this feature at:http://www.native-instruments.com/jea…

Watch Jean-Michel discuss how his unique artistic journey mirrors the development of music technology, from the early machines like the seminal EMS VCS 3 up to RAZOR and MONARK.

Find out how over 40 years of synth history informed his new album – Electronica, and hear a legend share his thoughts on technology’s future.

Music:

Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Tangerine Dream – “Zero Gravity”
Jean-Michel Jarre – “Oxygène Part 6”
Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Boys Noize – “The Time Machine”
Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Vince Clark – ”Automatic”
Jean-Michel Jarre feat. Air – “Close Your Eyes”

All music used with the kind permission of BMG and Sony Music Entertainment.

Pictures used with the kind permission of the Institut national de l’audiovisuel (INA) and Aero Productions.

The new Jean-Michel Jarre album is out – Electronica 1: The Time Machine

October 17, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on The new Jean-Michel Jarre album is out – Electronica 1: The Time Machine 

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Jean-Michel Jarre has now released his first album in eight years, Electronica 1: The Time Machine.

The album is the first half of a double-album of collaborations with other electronic music artists, with the second half set for release the spring of 2016.

The project was conceived with Jarre’s desire to explore the history of electronic music in his lifetime, with the participation of electronic music artists of different generations.

Jarre has collaborated with 30 artists for the two-part release. The first installment, Electronica 1: The Time Machine, features:

  • M83’s Anthony Gonzalez (“Glory”)
  • Air (“Close Your Eyes”)
  • Gesaffelstein (“Conquistador”)
  • The Who’s Pete Townshend (“Travelator Part 1”)
  • Depeche Mode/Erasure’s Vince Clarke (“Automatic Part 1-2”)
  • Little Boots’ Victoria Hesketh (“If…!”)
  • Massive Attack’s 3D (“Watching You”)
  • Fuck Buttons (“Immortals”)
  • Moby (“Suns Have Gone”)
  • Laurie Anderson (“Rely on Me”)
  • Dutch producer Armin van Buuren (“Stardust”)
  • German forerunners Tangerine Dream (“Zero Gravity”)
  • Boys Noize (“The Time Machine”)
  • John Carpenter (“A Question of Blood”)
    Cassical pianist Lang Lang (“The Train and the River”)

Get it here >>

In The Studio with Jean-Michel Jarre

October 11, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on In The Studio with Jean-Michel Jarre 

Electronic music icon Jarre invites us into his Paris studio to talk us through his new collaboration with Air. Get the full story of Jarre’s first album in eight years, and see more of his studio, in the latest issue of Future Music: http://bit.ly/FMU297

Jean Michel Jarre – 4th Rendez Vous COVER

September 21, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Jean Michel Jarre – 4th Rendez Vous COVER 

No copyright infringement intended.
Used for the purpose of criticism and education.

Sequenced parts done on Cubase 5 then audio mixdown passed to Roland SP-404.

Kurzweil K2000 connected via Midi to Roland JV-2080 fully expanded + Roland V-Synth XT
Roland JP-8000
Yamaha AN1x

Competition: JM Jarre’s Zoolook album revisited

September 10, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Competition: JM Jarre’s Zoolook album revisited 

Get the chance to participate in the «Zoolook Revisited» album! You can submit your tracks until October, 31 here: soundhunters.tv/contest. Then JM Jarre will personally choose the 6 best ones which will be released within a collaborative tribute album.

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Download Zoolook on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/JMJZoolook.

All about the new Jean-Michel Jarre album

August 29, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on All about the new Jean-Michel Jarre album 

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Jean-Michel Jarre today announced the full details of his upcoming albumElectronica 1: The Time Machine, which features Jarre’s work with fifteen collaborators.

Electronica 1 ranges from work with newer artists like Gesaffelstein andLittle Boots, to songs with electronic music veterans such as 3D of Massive Attack and Moby, and fellow electronic music pioneers Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter. The album offers Jarre’s personal vision of electronic music over the decades.

The track listing for Electronica 1: The Time Machine is:

1) The Time Machine (JMJ & Boys Noize)
2) Glory (JMJ & M83)
3) Close your eyes (JMJ & AIR)
4) Automatic (part 1) (JMJ & Vince Clarke)
5) Automatic (part 2) (JMJ & Vince Clarke)
6) If..! (JMJ & Little Boots)
7) Immortals (JMJ & Fuck Buttons)
8) Suns have gone (JMJ & Moby)
9) Conquistador (JMJ & Gesaffelstein)
10) Travelator (part 2) (JMJ & Pete Townshend)
11) Zero Gravity (JMJ & Tangerine Dream)
12) Rely on me (JMJ & Laurie Anderson)
13) Stardust (JMJ & Armin van Buuren)
14) Watching you (JMJ & 3D (Massive Attack))
15) A question of blood (JMJ & John Carpenter)
16) The train & the river (JMJ & Lang Lang)

Electronica is a two volume project with 30 Collaborators in total. The first volume will be released October 16 (but can be pre-ordered now via iTunes and Amazon, withVolume 2 to come in Spring 2016.

New preview with Jean-Michel Jarre and Armin van Buuren – Stardust (Audio)

August 2, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on New preview with Jean-Michel Jarre and Armin van Buuren – Stardust (Audio) 

Jean-Michel Jarre & Vince Clarke – Automatic (TrackStory)

July 14, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Jean-Michel Jarre & Vince Clarke – Automatic (TrackStory) 

Jean-Michel Jarre has released a sneak preview of his collaboration with Vince Clarke, Automatic

The teaser is the latest preview for Jarre’s ‘E-Project’ (working title), a new album conceived to encompass the last few decades of electronic music, with the participation of several generations of artists.

The album features 16 different collaborators, including the so far revealed M83,Tangerine Dream, Gesaffelstein, 3D from Massive Attack and Vince Clarke.

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