Genre: spanish post-punkPlay genre
Spanish post-punk is a genre characterized by its dark and moody sound, often incorporating elements of punk, new wave, and gothic rock. The lyrics tend to be introspective and introspective, exploring themes of alienation, despair, and social commentary. The music is often driven by angular guitar riffs, driving basslines, and propulsive drumming, creating a sense of urgency and tension. This genre emerged in the late 1970s and has continued to evolve and influence Spanish music to this day.