Jean-Michel Jarre is forever looking to move inexorably forward. His latest album, ‘Oxymore’, is a musique concrète record created with 21st century technology, pushing 3D binaural sound to incredible new levels and keeping the French maestro several steps ahead of the curve. Headphones on…

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