Che Sudaka

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Che Sudaka
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Background information
Origin Barcelona,  Spain,  Argentina,  Colombia
Genres Cumbia, Reggae, punk, Ska, World music, Latin Alternative
  • Kachafaz
  • Leo
  • Sergio Morales
  • Jota
Past members
  • Cordobes
  • Dani

Che Sudaka is a four-piece band, composed of Argentians and Colombians resident in Barcelona. The band defines themself by its punk reggae party while using rhythms derived from hip-hop and ska.[1]


The group play "mestizaje music" (Latin Alternative), a style combining traditional South American and Spanish styles with influences from ska, reggae, rock and world music. They have collaborated on projects with Manu Chao and Amparanoia.

The Band was formed at the beginning of the 2000s in Barcelona by illegal Latin American immigrants who played music in the streets in order to make a living and who had arrived at Barcelona in the wake of Manu Chao, one of their strongest musical influences.

In march of 2012 the band turned 10 years since their formation, during which time they had performed 1000 concerts.


  • Trippie Town (2003)
  • Alerta Bihotza (2005)
  • Mirando El Mundo Al Reves (2007)
  • Tudo é Possible (2009)
  • Cavernicola Recording Vol.1 (2010)
  • 10 (2011)
  • 1111 Lives (2013)
  • Hoy (2014)

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