Jean-Michel Jarre taps inner darkness for first remix release of career, Deathpact’s ‘ID’
Electronic music veteran and industry pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre releases the first remix of his career for his undertaking of Deathpact‘s unreleased single, “ID.” Despite having released 21 studio albums that have generated more than 85 million album sales worldwide, Jarre’s portfolio has consisted of solely original releases, marking this debut as a monumental milestone.
Jarre’s remix spawns a seven and a half minute long audiovisual journey that keeps the danger alive, both in parts thanks to the ominous metallic undertones and equally suspenseful graphics. Jarre’s remix of “ID” contributes to a growing list of remixes that Deathpact has released. Other remixers have included Claude VonStroke, REAPER, and CloZee among others.
Jarre praised the mysterious Deathpact in a statement. On his interpretation, he shared,
“Deathpact is an absolute unique act with a singular sound. This ‘ID’ is a great schizophrenic track with different moods. This is what I tried to push in my Rework.”
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