For a few years now, I’ve loved listening to the music of The Shanghai Restoration Project in my car, at home, and on my personal headphones. The music is best described as retro-jazzy but contemporary, and super chill with a touch of Chinese tradition. What you hear in these tracks is classic Chinese instruments with modern hip-hop and electronic beats.
I recently made contact with Dave Liang, the incredibly creative producer and founder of The Shanghai Restoration Project, and I asked him if he’d be OK with us playing his music at Blue Bamboo. He replied positively, and so we began playing his music exclusively in our dining room. Personally, I can’t wait. If you listen carefully, you’ll notice a great comparison between the music and the food that we serve atÂ Blue Bamboo. Both are contemporary interpretations with elements of comfort classics.
If you want a preview, check out the offical website at www.shanghairestorationproject.com. Or better yet, come on in to Blue Bamboo, and take a listen!
To add the music to your personal playlist, look up The Shanghai Restoration Project on Itunes, and Amazon.com, where the works are available for downloading.
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Chef Dennis Chan is the creator of Blue Bamboo, a great restaurant. He writes this blog as an outlet for his food ideas and to keep fans of Blue Bamboo, Hip Asian Comfort Food and his cooking classes up-to-date.
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