If you are a house music addict and at the same time you like pop and dance rhythms, you should definitely know Scuola Furano. If you don’t, this is your chance to add some great new tracks to your personal music collection and discover how the music you love dancing to is created.
The Story of Scuola Furano
In the beginning Scuola Furano was composed of Borut Viola and Marco Busolini, a couple of young DJs and producers from Gorizia, a city in the Northeast of Italy. Their first album, “Scuola Furano,” was released in October 2004 as a mix of different music genres ranging from disco, old-school rap, electro, and post-punk. It led to their popularity in Italy and Europe as well as their reputation as leaders in a new way of interpreting music.
In 2006 Marco left the group and Borut continued to produce and to play in clubs and festivals. In 2012 he created his most recent amazing project “108,” a personal and innovative elaboration of traditional house combined with different music sounds.
Scuola Furano’s Latest Project
Tell us something more about your project 108.
108 is a tribute to house music. I took inspiration from artists of different times, from the Afro-American godfathers to innovative European producers of the late 1990s and early 2000s like Daft Punk and Basement Jaxx. The title 108 came from the idea of splitting the project into a double album: 10 pop-house songs + 8 club traxx. Day after day, month after month, I kept going. I finished with 11 songs, but I was already in love with the original name and I kept it!
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