Who is Lee Stark?
Well, he is a young, handsome, blond guy, shrouded in mystery. His age and nationality are unknown, though it is said that he is Czech, of Polish origin. It is rumoured that before being one of Spain’s most sought after DJ’s, he worked as an extra in Steven Spielberg’s movies, as croupier in Las Vegas, and even as a gigolo for California’s high-society.
They say he started playing in Naples for the mafia in secret play sessions, and then was discovered by a music business talent scout when he played records in Pink Flamingos, a striptease cabaret in Marbella, frequented by Arabian sheiks.
After travelling around the most important clubs of Spain and Ibiza, he established his residency in the famous nightclub Torres de Ávila, designed by Javier Mariscal for the Olympic Games in Barcelona 1992. There, he remixed his first compilation album, Torres de Ávila, which made it into the top ten sales of house music compilations. Soon after, he got very famous and well known by the audience for his radio programme in Flaix FM, the most important dance music radio station in Spain.
His concept of dance music, based on highly danceable rhythms, melodic and vocal house, has led him to be praised in the best gay clubs, reaching residency in Salvation, Barcelona, and making the soundtrack for Gay Pride Barcelona 2002 and 2003. And from there, to his present residency at the super club Discothèque, in the same city, the club that has been visited by all the international music business stars, from Danny Tenaglia to Paul Oakenfold.
He was a resident of the emblematic Barcelona Discotheque Club and Ken parties, on Sunday night at Pacha Ibiza and since February 2004 monthly VIPenis room in Hollywood, Los Angeles (USA). With Ken, the most acclaimed gay nightlife Ibiza has also gone through the best clubs in Europe. Lee Stark is now in the studio preparing his next CDMIX, Ken Loves You Ibiza 2004.
He also appeared on the cover of the magazine Deejay, the most influential publication of dance music in Spain, prick in the second edition of the All Stars Dj's Festival (which last year was attended by 12,000 people), sharing the stage with DJs the likes of John Digweed, Carl Cox, Roger Sanchez and Erick Morillo.
Currently has a monthly residency at the two best clubs in the city of Barcelona, Carpe Diem (CDLC) and Eclipse (W HOTEL) Barcelona
Lee Stark’s tracks