Issac Indart is one of the most reputable DJS in the insular electronic scene. He began in some of the most demanding cabins in the early 90s (Luna, Villario, Zorba’s, Pacha), his beat dominance would soon take him to lead the cabin at BCM, during his most glorious years. From there, he would jump to other mythical lounges, like Space, El Divino, Privilege, Ministry of Sound and Heaven. In these lounges, he would be around some of the most renown DJs in the international scene (Luciano, Phonique, Vincenzo, Henrik Schwarz, Derrick May, Dixon, Ritchie Hawtin…). He has also developed a very intese creative phase, composing themes for different labels (Compost, Weekend, Doubledown, Hipnotic, Virus…). His biggest hit would be “I like the way you work it” in the series “The Monarch” in 1996. Today, if you count all of his work, he has more than 50 publications.
Right now, Issac has his energy focused on a new discography project: Malo Records, which is a digital label in which productions of local and international artists are featured and with which he has reached half a hundred referrals.
His sessions include from funky and warm soul, to house, nu-disco or the most abyssal deep, in irrepetible sequences, which would make anyone’s soul wake up. He travelled through half the world, with the best electronic, but there are many who admit that it was in Garito, where he can be enjoyed at his best.