Meet the artist: Sisters of Reggae, the UK’s first all female reggae DJ collective performing on the second stage at JAM ON RYE this Bank Holiday May.
Favourite restaurant in London:
Nanban, Brixton. (Also our friend Kiren is about to open place serving curries from all over the world in Tulse Hill! so excited about that one!)
Which KERBanist are you most excited to try at JAM ON RYE?
Club Mexicana as it is vegan and Sweetie is vegan and Miss Feelgood is pescatarian plus it all looks so fresh and tasty!
We all LOVE Phyllis Dillon (Queen of Rocksteady) and own a copy of her iconic track ‘Stay Away’. The crowd always love it too!
What does reggae mean to you?
Reggae music for us is positive, uplifting music with a real message behind it. The bassline is addictive too. Plus there are so many sub genres of Reggae – Ska, Rocksteady, Roots, Dub, Rub A Dub, Rockers etc etc you never get bored
Who are you most looking forward to performing alongside at JAM ON RYE?
Horace Andy, a true legend.
Favourite spot in Peckaham?
A great pub called Prince of Peckham – we play the second Sunday of the month there with our Sunday Recovery afternoon sessions and there’s really great food served by White Men Can’t Jerk (who will be at KERB too!)
#JAMONRYE TICKETS HERE.