Guille Milkyway, the name behind La Casa Azul, is without a doubt the effervescent artist, the one who has managed to break down commercial barriers to bring bubblegum, sunshine-pop, europop and all those styles that lurk to everyone’s ears. around the most beautiful melodies and perfect arrangements. His true merit lies in having overcome the independent circuit to become headliners at major festivals and number 1 on the sales charts. His identity is his own and unmistakable, he has transgressed borders between styles, and with his studio albums he has signed songs as round and addictive as “Superguay”, “La Revolución Sexual” or “Yo Tambien” (winner of a Goya in 2010 for best original song). Recently, La Casa Azul has been discovering songs such as “El Momento”, “Ataraxia” and “ Nunca Nadie Pudo Volar”, which are part of the album “La Gran Esfera” with which they have established themselves as one of the most important groups in the Spanish pop.
Novio Caballo is that thug group, shameless and more eager to have fun than you. They are able to join Raffaella Carrà with Cabaret Voltaire on the same theme to establish themselves as the new standard-bearers of pop-punk. Or, as they say, to show that they are the bastard sons of Paco Clavel and the Sex Pistols, an equine cocktail.
The people from Castellón are the authors of «Jesús es negro», an indie infra hit included in their self-titled debut full of bad milk, provocation, electronica and punk. In addition, they presented it in several tremendous concerts such as the FIB or Madrid Pride. Their latest release is Girls in Tracksuits, a four-song EP about polyamory, plush tracksuits, and red carpets full of glitter and vodka.