Biography

Isa GT is a Colombian music-centric artist working out of East London’s electronic music scene. Drawing her influences from Cumbia, house, Baltimore, Champeta, Baile funk, Kuduro- and everything in between.
Isa has become a go-to in London for Latin music, as well as world artists in the EU/UK. She has done guest vocals and co-productions in conjunction with musicians such as: Joao Brasil, Dutch Rhythm Combo, Crookers, to name a few.
With a large audience open to Latin music (and growing) but a small number of labels and
outlets available to put out this new generation of Latin music, Isa started her own label- Etoro. One year in Isa has released her own 5 track ep, alongside 6 other releases of original music and remixes in the form of a compilation and Eps by three Latin American artists.
Isa is in the studio working on her own full length debut album, to be released next year. Alongside her music productions, Isa is active performing live sets and djing around the world, in July this year she went on tour with M.I.A. as her tour dj.
Isa is always looking to further connect with new Latin music for releases on the label, as well as collaborations and inclusion on radio playlists via Pulse, Monocle, and the BBC.
http://soundcloud.com/isagt
http://isagt.com/blog

She’s also part of the *GIRLCORE* collective who put on parties in major cities of the world and promotes female artists with events and through the visual magazine GIRLCOREMAG.
For info about *GIRLCORE*:
http://girlcoremag.com/
www.myspace.com/girlcorerules
www.girlcorerules.blogspot.com

Edited by IsaGT on 21 Sep 2012, 16:59

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