Jean-Michel Jarre

Pioneer of one of the fastest growing trends in the industry today, electronic music, composer Jean-Michel Jarre elevated the genre to new peaks of popularity as early as the late 70’s and 80’s with 80 million albums sold worldwide, to date. Emerging as an innovative international superstar, he creates a new format of out-door concert performance that has contributed to break the ground for a new generation of out-door live cultural events.

Multifaceted artist, Jean-Michel Jarre is also composer and lyricist of milestone hits in his native France and composer of international movie soundtracks. Apart from his activities directly linked to musical composition, Jean-Michel Jarre has been spokesperson for IFPI and has headed various lobbies for Internet copyright legislation before the European Parliament. Since June 2013 Jarre was elected president of CISAC succeeding the late Robin Gibb.

Jean-Michel Jarre is also, for the past two decades, UNESCO spokesperson and Ambassador contributing to the awareness of two key UN Millennium projects “Water for Life” and “Education for All”.

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06.05.16

Jean-Michel Jarre’s ‘Electronica Vol. 2: The Heart of Noise’

 

Following on from the unparalleled success of Vol. 1., Jean-Michel Jarre’s second and final part to his ground-breaking ‘Electronica’ series, ‘Vol. 2: The Heart of Noise’, is out now and available for all.

Much like its predecessor, ‘The Heart of Noise’ is teeming with some of the greatest musical talents on earth, with a mind-blowing 15 collaborators featured on the 18-track album that was masterminded by Jarre himself.

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This time around, Rone, Pet Shop Boys, Primal Scream, Julia Holter, Gary Numan, Jeff Mills, Peaches, Siriusmo, Yello, The Orb, Sebastien Tellier, Hans Zimmer, Cyndi Lauper, Christophe and none other than Edward Snowden have all been handpicked by Jarre to complete his Electronica double album project. As with Vol 1., Jarre personally connected with each of his collaborators and …

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