You've done the boozy brunches and the free-flowing dinners, but what's next for London's bottomless scene? Enter The Rhythm & Booze Project, a series of live music nights that come complete with an Open. Whisky. Bar.
The brainchild of friends Felipe Schrieberg and Paul Archibald, these incredible nights out promise a very unique take on your classic gig, as the multi-talented twosome bash out blues hits on a range of instruments, all the while walking you through an array of top-notch malts.
Since their 2012 launch, the duo have played shows across the globe, from the US and South America, to an acclaimed run at last year's Edinburgh Fringe. This September, they'll be bringing their talents to the basement of The Harrison in Kings Cross, so you can sample an astounding selection of sips at one of the funnest and most dynamic live music events in London this autumn and winter.
The Rhythm & Booze Project runs from the 25th September to the 4th December at The Harrison, 28 Harrison Street, London, WC1h 8JF. Tickets are £50 and include the live show and open whisky bar.