In recent years, there has been plenty of ink spilled in Spain about those heroes and heroines that, in the early '80s, captured attention of both media and public through La Movida madrileña (an explosion of cultural creativity and hedonism in Madrid). Maria Jose Serrano is one of the living legends and a true musical reference as member of Las Chinas and catalyst of Kiki D'Aki. The sound of Las Chinas should be classified as related to Girls at our best, Dolly Mixture, Fabienne Delsol or Shop Assistants. Kiki D'Aki serendipitously emerged later as a project that brought the Spanish Pop music of the era to dignity and to the highest standards of sophistication. Her signature cut was to bring all the intellectual headiness of Madrid, Paris and your local classy café to pop music.