Founded in 1979 in a suburbia from Madrid, near Algete, a little city, they were known as "The Ramones Of Algete". Los Nikis were capable to create a good collection of tunes with just four chords and seven notes. Two brothers from the drummer, Rafa Cabello, created Discos Lollipop label and, logically, Los Nikis recorded in this label some signature songs from their career ("Ernesto", "La amenaza amarilla"...). In 1983, Rafa Cabello leaves the band and entered Johnny Canut, Nacho Canut's brother, ex-"Dinarama". In 1985 they signed for 3 Cipreses/DRO, and released three albums before they split-up in 1989.
In the nineties, they recorded a new album, "Más de lo mismo", that closes the band's history. Nowadays, only Joaquín Rodríguez is active as part of "Los Acusicas".
Rafa Cabello - Drums (1980-1983)
Joaquín Rodríguez - Bass
Arturo Pérez - Guitar
Emilio Sancho - Vocals
Johnny Canut - Drums (1984-1989)
Daniel Parra - Drums
Santi de la Quintana - Drums