El Caribefunk was formed in 2012, with the city of Buenos Aires as the meeting point for musicians from different latitudes (mainly from Colombia) who came together to create music through the fusion of rhythms of the Greater Caribbean. From the beginning they defined their project as more than just a style of music but as a state of mind expressing the warmth and openness of the Caribbean and a bold belief in the power of music to joyfully bring people together. The current band lineup is made up of Funkcho Salas on lead vocal and guitars, and Andrés Mordecai on multi-percussion and second vocal (both from Cartagena, Colombia). However, this format of El Caribefunk has been the product of changes along the way, in that same search for new essences, sounds, nuances, creations, and musical influences.
After touring for years as a 4-piece group, today they continue their independent and self-managed project as a duo, which has meant new challenges and new musical exploration. Tunsé, the most recent album, contains ten songs that express the newest iteration of the musical concept of "El Caribefunk."