Rafa Spunky is not only well-known in his native Spain as a long-term backing singer for Fangoria and as a DJ, but increasingly also as a solo artist who records in English and Spanish. He’s a big fan of 70s and 80s pop, as he explains in this interview with Swedish photojournalist Micke Bayart.
This particular song – from 2008 – has also been re-mixed for an album, but we like the original.
Lights Camera ADAM is a Spanish Electro-Pop music DJ, based in Bilbao (he can be found at La Bola de Cristal), who’s making a new name for himself as a singer and performer.
This is the fourth single taken from Barcelona-based Barb@zul’s album Hijos de Adan.
He first came to public attention as a contestant on a Spanish talent show, where his good looks gave him a distinct advantage, and it wasn’t long before photos allegedly from a gay profile site leaked online. He didn’t win, but José Galisteo has gone on to have a solid career in his home country, regularly appearing at gay events.
This is from 2010, and this and other releases from the album Luces y Sombras did well in download charts. He’s due to release a new album during 2012.
This well-known pair of Barcelona drag queens – Sharonne and Kyra aka Shimai – made it to the Spanish charts in 2006, with their cover of a late-70s disco hit.
A 1986 song from Alaska and Dinarama, which has become the Spanish-speaking world’s best-loved gay anthem, and you’ll hear it somewhere at any Gay Pride event. Alaska herself remains a gay icon, as well as an enduring symbol of alternative culture in Spain.