This new project presents a remarkable union between one of Milan’s more sofisticated and appreciated voices amongst the Italian public and Finland’s most celebrated saxophonist on the Finnish jazz scene.
Class, great music and cookin’ jazz!
An explosive boogie funk production for your dancefloor, with special guest Joe Bataan on the tracks “The Mover”, “50,000 Women Can’t Be Wrong” and “Love Talk”.
ALEX PUDDUSOULTIGERfeat. JOE BATAAN• Soultiger/The Mover
Schema 7inches series continues with this superb single taken from the album "Soultiger" SCEB929
GERARDO FRISINA • Movement
The new album by Gerardo Frisina
Heated grooves, Afro-Funk influences and cinematic atmospheres: a soundtrack of warm and summary vibes that will stay with us for a long time.
GERARDO FRISINA AND MAURIZIOBONIZZONI • Through the Night/Superstrut
More grooves for our 7inch series: Gerardo and DJ Skizo are back with this killer single!
Check their amazing interpretation of Deodato's "Superstrut" and the seductive groove of "Through the Night"
GERARDOFRISINA• Passion Dance / Space in Time
Two Killer Tracks for the dancefloor
This release anticipate the 5th studio album "Movement"
NICOLA CONTE • Free Souls
A great artistic project, an amazing trip into Nicola's musical world
Featuring José James, Heidi Vogel, Bridgette Amofah, Marvin Parks and Tasha's World
TOCO • Memoria
From North-East to Rio De Janeiro:
the new album by Toco
Featuring: Nina Miranda, Selton and Ligiana Costa
Produced by S-Tone Inc.
Toco's "Guarapiranga" has been featured on the recent movie "Silver Linings Playbook"
The movie is a romantic comedy-drama directed by David Russel and interpreted by Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence - it received eight Academy Award nominations. Here you can enjoy the full sequence starring the music from our Toco!
Known as Pantaleon Perez Prado, he was the younger brother of the famous “King of Mambo”.
Pantaleon, who came to Europe in the 1950s, recorded several albums with Unifunk. A powerful Big Band Funk sound featuring: Tullio De Piscopo, Mario Rusca, GiancarloBarigozzi, PinoPrestipino and other talented musicians. Vocals by Don Alfio.
Includes “Tommy” “QueEs Lo QuePasa” and a special version of “Tequila”
Another amazing find of our research - this obscure LP by The Braen's Machine is dated 1971 and is part of one of the most fascinating and enigmatic periods of Italian music history. Library Music, made for radio and TV mainly, pressed on a few vinyl copies...
"Quartapagina" portrays with great ability some possible - who knows if they ever had been realized - crime scenes, with hard-boiled and dark atmospheres, alternating with the Psych-Funk rides that have always characterized many of the projects related to the Italian cinematic genre.
This rare forgotten gem is now back on shelves. Enjoy!
Schema Records proudly presents the special reissue of The Dining Rooms’ “NumeroDeux”.
Originally released in 2001 on Schema’s sister label Milano 2000 (Europe) and Chicago cult label Guidance Recordings (U.S.A. and Japan), the album is considered a classic in Trip-Hop history and got international acclaim by taste makers like Thievery Corporation, Zero 7 and Four Tet, which remixed “CosìtiAmo”.
Jazz and funk textures, dreamy keyboard melodies, Balearic guitar vibes and sultry female vocals create an engaging montage of sublime Mediterranean flavored Trip-Hop soundscapes.
Imagine DJ Shadow and EnnioMorricone scoring the soundtrack of a Jean Luc Godard film and you’ll get the picture!
The album has been remastered and features two previously unreleased tracks and new liner notes by EmanueleSacchi (Rumore magazine / Hong Kong Express)
Gerardo Frisina has established himself throughout the years as one of the finest interpreters of the Latin-influenced Jazz club sound. Four years after the release of “Join the Dance”, he returns on Schema with a brand new album, “Movement”.
Gerardoʼs contribution to the history of Italian Jazz is remarkable: along with his activity as a producer, his work has been pivotal in uncovering rare Italian and European Jazz for international audiences, thus reviving this rich heritage. The studio is where he feels at home: his recent activity has been considerable, with a multitude of projects and single releases, and finally, a new album. Like a gifted movie director, he conducts with delicacy and mastery a fine ensemble of musicians, bringing into these recordings the outcome of lifelong research into sound. His fifth full-length album summarizes his experiences, his endless listening sessions and experiments with different music cultures.
Here are 12 pieces describing another amazing journey through Gerardoʼs rich and exotic influences: these are the adventures of a European Jazz man immersed in Afro-Cuban inspirations. Gerardoʼs love for Cuban music is well- known. Jazz had been influenced by Cuban music since its early days and Gerardoʼs blend of this tradition has become a trademark. His fans will not be disappointed by “Movement” and the uninitiated will discover the manifold nuances of his sound.