After our exploration of rural sounds from the 60s and the innovative movements arising from urban migration in the 70s, we will now focus into the transformative impact of synths, drum machines, and the affordable cassette format on music creation during the 80s and beyond.

We'll examine how the regions faced challenges like microtonality and rhythmic diversity using electronic musical instruments designed for Western music.

The journey begins at the gas stations of AndalucĂ­a, where music was distributed through the roads of the South Iberian Peninsula. Tune in for an hour of Synth Flamenco selected and recorded from old cassette tapes.