As the label matures, Local Talk founders Mad Mats and Tooli are getting a little more adventurous with their A&R policy. This single from veteran Spanish producer Kiki Navarro is a great case in point. While rooted in Osunlade style, globally-focused deep house, "Isao" boasts delicious fluid, Detroit style synthesizer motifs, Atjazz-influenced broken house rhythms, and more than a little Afrobeat bounce to the beats. Jose Marquez's fine remix emphasizes this Afro-Cuban inspiration, playing down the electronics for a more percussive feel. Navarro also provides his own dub, which feels denser and more electronic, whilst retaining the effortless sweetness of the fine original version.