The soundtrack to your dinner…
Future of the Blues Final at Big Easy King’s Road
Five finalists have been selected from a vast number of entries for the opportunity to battle it out at Big Easy Bar.B.Q and Lobstershack on King’s Road to win a record deal! The finale is being held on the 22nd April, promising to be a night showcasing extraordinary Blues talent, and as always, epic cocktails. All details are here!
Music plays a big part at Soho favourite Blanchette, with co-owner and founder of sound design company La Musique du Faubourg, Malik Alary providing the soundtrack to ensure the best background tunes to your meal. There will also be occasional live music with small jazz and acoustic musicians playing during Sunday brunch. Book here.
Bone Daddies Rock n Roll
Bone Daddies is probably as famous for it’s excellent taste in music as it is for it’s excellent tasting ramen… Slurp up your ramen to the sounds of classic rock n roll in London’s favourite ramen bar.
Dirty Bones Soundtrack…
Throughout the week Dirty Bones rolls out a soundtrack of old skool funk, soul, classic hip-hop and remixes of original gems. Think Fleetwood Mac meets Jurassic Five, with a bit of Blondie and James Brown thrown in. Expect musical mash-ups and bumpin’ beats, with their resident DJs on the decks Friday and Saturday evenings til late. Listen here, book here.
Pret a Diner’s live DJ set at Hotel Café Royal
Amongst the elegant, intimate glamour of Café Royal, the creatives of PRET A DINER will inject a splendour in the next of the hotel’s Domino Effect series. Featuring live DJ sets from a range of much-loved DJs, including celebrated MAXXOLOGY, all reservations can be arranged by emailing: email@example.com
Live sets with Parts and Labour
The #QBicSessions, held at Whitechapel’s Parts and Labour, are a monthly live session bringing to you some of the finest new talent around- having already featured rising starts Josh Kumra and Rocky NTi, keep an eye on the hashtag #QBicSessions to see who’s up next.
Gin & Jazz Night at Tredwell’s
Tredwell’s is hosting a jazz night on 19th April with New York-based double bass player Rob Duguay and Parisian-born saxophonist Alex Terrier. The jazz duo will present an exclusive intimate live set ahead of their performance at Ronnie Scott on 20th April. The event will be priced at £15 which includes a Bebop cocktail (Gin, Aperol, Strawberry and Rhubarb) as well as a contribution of £2.50 to the Mousetrap Charity. The band will be playing from 5-8pm. To book call 020 3764 0840.