M├íkina, "Bakalao", and "Poky" are electronic music genres originated in Spain, similar in sound to UK Hardcore, but with certain elements of bouncy techno among and other differences.The spanish electro sound is usually characterized by its synthesized pads and has a weaker yet higher octave, apunchier kick drum than the similar UK produced tracks.There are two main areas for electronic music production in Spain:
The Central Plateau (poky), and
the Mediterranean shoreline (bakalao and makina) in Catalonia and the Valencian Region.
Poky comes from the Central Plateau. "Radikal", a very popular disco for all the people living in the central areas of Spain, is located in a small town in the province of Toledo."Radikal" gathers thousands of ravers called "bakalas" every weekend, eager to listen to their favourite tunes all night long.Bakalao music and Makina, whose origins are disputed, are produced all the way through the Mediterranean shores. They are quite complex in sound and com