Genre: spanish new wavePlay genre
Spanish new wave music emerged in the 1980s as a response to the country's political and cultural changes. It combines elements of rock, pop, and electronic music with traditional Spanish sounds and lyrics that often address social and political issues. The genre is characterized by its upbeat rhythms, catchy melodies, and use of synthesizers and other electronic instruments. Its popularity peaked in the mid-1980s with the emergence of several successful bands and artists.