Los de Abajo are a band from Mexico City founded in 1992 as a Latin ska four-piece. Since then they have expanded to eight members and widened their musical influences to include rock, salsa, reggae, ska, cumbia, Son Jarocho and banda sinaloense. 

Founder member Liber Terán is the main vocalist and writes many of the songs.

In 2005 Los de Abajo released an album on Real World Records entitled Los de Abajo vs The Lunatics, of which The Guardian said; “A rousing ska revival is always welcome and this was surely the global party of the year.”

Los de Abajo’s song Sr. Judas features in the film Conejo En La Luna.