Through a video posted On social networks, the Argentines raised the Peruvian flag in the middle of a recent concert in Buenos Aires, confirming their visit to our country on April 20, to celebrate their 27 years of music. “This is the flag of Peru, there are some brothers who are waiting for us there now, so big applause for the kids of Peru. Endurance! we will be there Thanks from my heart”, commented Pety, creator and vocalist of Riddim at the concert offered by the band in La Trastienda.
Songs like “Hey Bredda”, “En tus Manos”, “Tu Amor”, “Like elephants”, “Africa Land”, “La Máscara”, “Confusión”, “I can wait for you”, “Open your heart”, are just some of the themes that the audience will be able to enjoy and sing out loud. Tickets are already available from S/140 through the website of join us, having the option of meet & greet with the band and official merchandising such as polo shirts, caps, vinyl, DVD’s, CD’s, among others. More information in the social networks of Zion Peru Club.
local bands Shiva Shanti and Reggae seeds They will be in charge of opening the show. In addition, there will be an exclusive organic food bar, as well as a special bar with different alternative drinks.
Argentine band that was born in February 1996 after the search for Pety (voice) aimed at delving into the sound and message of Jamaican reggae from the 70s and 80s. The meaning of the name RIDDIM is due to the rhythmic pattern formed by the bass and the battery, where the other instruments in Reggae music are added.
The band made up of 9 members, is part of the second wave of Spanish reggae in Latin America, with a 27-year career and 8 albums in its discography; and following the line of bands like Pericos, Los Cafres, La Zimbabwe and even Sumo, who were part of the first wave bringing the genre to the continent.
Over the years, the formation of Riddim it was mutating, as well as the musical searches without neglecting its essence as roots reggae, accompanied by lyrics that speak of love, struggles and social conflicts. That is why the winds, the characteristic sound of his musical work, are always accompanied by keyboards, guitars and choirs, which end up resulting in a great orchestration and melody. In his presentations you can also enjoy various genres of Jamaican music such as rocksteady, calypso or ska.
“Since our beginnings we have kept the songs, the message and the love for the people who come to see us play live. The two years of the pandemic were the worst for our career because we like to go on tour on the weekends, despite this, we maintain the number of musicians and the style. We make reggae from the roots, in the best way that comes out. And we respect the ways Jamaican artists do reggae.”says Pety, leader of the Argentine band.