Posts tagged with "eclectic"

RJ Word”You Played Yourself”

RJ Word Releases “You Played Yourself”

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Produced by Victor Magan

As is his signature seamless nature, RJ refuses to succumb to a singular genre – infusing a Latin dance flare into his usual pop-funk music style to create the masterful “You Played Yourself.” This single falls in line of a long list of original releases from RJ that you’ll want to play over and over again. His recent singles include the popular tracks ‘Love Hurts,’ ‘What You Need,’ and a feature alongside Pitbull and Rich The Kid on Juan Magan’s Latin pop single ‘Echa Pa Aca.’ RJ’s eclectic record collection and ever-evolving musical style of mixing international flavors, prove that he’ll be in the music game for the long run.

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Beirut × “The Heart of Lebanon”

Written by Rana Salloom

Known as the Paris of the Middle East Beirut, Lebanon is a city that never sleeps and is rooted in its traditional Middle Eastern culture dating back thousands of years.

Lebanon is a small country spanning 110 miles off the Mediterranean coast and its capital, Beirut is the 3rd oldest city in the world. Many westerners know little about this eclectic country, but this tiny country has been standing strong for thousands of years. Beirut, the heart of Lebanon, prides itself with its irresistible cuisine and its insatiable nightlife. People from all over the Middle East, come to Lebanon especially Beirut to unwind and relax at countless restaurants and nightlife excursions. This destination city prides itself with its food with numerous restaurants, bars, and clubs offering food 24/7.

It’s a foodie nation showcasing the best of the best of Lebanese food and culture. Each borrow within Beirut has its own twist on traditional Lebanese cuisine such as Shawarma, Chicken Tawook, Manaeesh, and etc.. These delectable items can be found at many hotspots such as Barbar, Maroushe, and Zaater w Zeit. But the best food finds, in my opinion, are at the local shops on every block in this mini metropolis. These shops offer a more traditional take on Lebanese food and are usually made in a more customary fashion.

Side note: most of the shop owners at these places do not speak English so it’s important to have someone who’s a native speaker be present helping you order your goodies. 

Other than its food, Beirut is known for its irresistible nightlife. Beirut, in recent years, has been ranked as the #1 party city in the world mixing both traditional Arabic music and current hits in every nightclub and bar in and around the city. What makes this city so special is it’s night owl effect. People just don’t sleep in Beirut. Visitors and natives alike stay up all hours of the night at lavish nightclubs such as Iris, February 30, Skybar, Music Hall and etc..

If you’re looking for a more mellow bar scene, Mar Mkhayel is the place to be. This street has multiple bars aka pubs and restaurants within walking distance of one another. This street has both the dive bar vibes and the classy rooftop appeals for your visiting pleasure. Basically whatever you are in the mood for, there is a bar for you on this street. What makes this street more interesting is how each bar and restaurant is westernized. For instance, my friends and I walked past this one bar that’s specifically a dive bar for motorcycle enthusiasts and right across from it is a classy rooftop bar called Fabrk (it doesn’t get more diverse than that).

Overall Beirut, Lebanon combines both eastern and western culture in a euphoric twist to keep any party-goer and foodie elated for days. It’s a destination city enveloped in a traditional culture for each traveling enthusiast.

Miles Davis Festival

“Hard to fathom a more professional, traditional and progressive set of jazz musicians all in one band” – Huffington Post

WHO: MILES ELECTRIC BAND –Progressive All-Star ensemble featuring Miles Davis alumni revises the framework for modern jazz improvisation. The avant-garde collective revisits repertoire from Davis’ electric period to pay homage to The Chief. The band represents two generations of players: Davis’contemporaries and the next generation.

This highly eclectic, innovative group was put together by bandleader Vince Wilburn, Jr., with the intention to continue expanding the boundaries of music, while also paying homage to the classics.

WHAT: Miles Electric Band will perform at SF JAZZ kicking off the Miles Davis Festival running 5/24 – 5/27 in celebration of the birthday week of Miles Davis.

Each night, features a different musical course, from Bitches Brew To Tutu, including Flamenco Sketches with Chano Dominguez; Miles Davis Reinterpretedwith Robert Glasperand “Everything’s Beautiful”; and Eastern Connectionswith Miles From

WHERE: SF JAZZ

201 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA

WHEN: THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2018

7:30 pm

$30-$90
Tickets sfjazz.org, 866-920-5299

This evening is fronted by masterful trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, along with a group of stellar instrumentalists and fusion-era Miles Davis alumni, who come together as Miles Electric Band. This multi-generational band specializes in the wired-up and funky music Davis, created from the late 1960s to the ‘80s on albums including Bitches Brewand You’re Under Arrest.

Miles Electric Band, led by drummer/producer Vincent Wilburn, Jr., nephew of Miles Davis, features many of the commanding musicians Davistapped for his various jazz-rock ensembles. Among them, guitarist DeWayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight of Davis and Herbie Hancockfame, Daviscollaborators and keyboardists Robert Irving III and John Beasley, and percussionist Munyungo Jackson, a veteran of multiple MilesDavis tours and recordings from the late 80s and early 90s. They are joined by saxophone ace Antoine Roney,Prince’s last bassist Dywane Thomas Jr.(MonoNeon), tabla player Debashish Chaudhury, and turntable whiz DJ Hapa.

Mentored by uncle and New Orleans saxophone luminary Donald Harrison, Scott aTunde Adjuah rocketed to recognition with his 2006 GRAMMY-nominated Concord debut, Rewind That. Standing at the cutting edge of jazz and new directions in R&B and electronic music, Scott released his triple-album Centennial Trilogy in 2017.

COUNTRY XMAS

COUNTRY CHRISTMAS VINYL ALBUMS PERFECT FOR THE TURNTABLE OR TREE

 

REBA MCENTIRE’S CLASSICMERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU REISSUED ON VINYL TO CELEBRATE 30TH ANNIVERSARY

 

LADY ANTEBELLUM AND DARIUS RUCKER’S BELOVED HOLIDAY COLLECTIONS RELEASED ON VINYL FOR FIRST TIME

 

With their shared love of storytelling and tradition, Christmas and country music have gone hand in hand since the genre’s beginnings. Dating back to the late 1920’s some of the earliest country singers recorded songs about Christmas. In 1949, country Christmas music became mainstream when singing cowboy Gene Autry topped the charts with “Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer” and Ernest Tubb popularized “Blue Christmas” several years before Elvis made it the classic it is today. Ever since, the genre has been the perfect vehicle for the range of emotions that the holiday season can bring.

 

Whereas country and Christmas go together as great as a partridge in a pear tree, there’s no better way to listen to these seasonal sounds than on vinyl. From the 30th anniversary reissue of Reba McEntire’s first Christmas album to Lady Antebellum and Darius Rucker’s beloved collections getting their first-ever release on vinyl, UMe has several country Christmas records to put under the tree or on the turntable to make your holiday gatherings even brighter.

 

REBA MCENTIRE – MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU (MCA NASHVILLE/UMe)

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of country icon Reba McEntire’s timeless double-platinum album Merry Christmas To You, the long out-of-print record has been reissued on vinyl for the first time since its original 1987 release. Pressed on standard black vinyl and featuring the ‘90s cover image from the CD version, the album that first celebrated McEntire’s love of Christmas includes her beautiful and joyous takes on traditional Christmas tunes like “Away In A Manger,” “O Holy Night” and “Silent Night” and seasonal standards like “White Christmas,” “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire).”

 

McEntire recently debuted as host for the eighth annual “CMA Country Christmas” to record high ratings. The two-hour holiday music event, which aired November 27, will re-air on ABC on Saturday, December 23 at 8/7 PM and will feature performances by McEntire, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, Trisha Yearwood, Alan Jackson and more of today’s best country stars sharing their favorite sounds of the season.

 

Order Merry Christmas To You:https://UMe.lnk.to/RebaMcEntireMCTY

 

LADY ANTEBELLUM – ON THIS WINTER’S NIGHT (CAPITOL NASHVILLE/UMe)

Originally released in 2012, Lady Antebellum’s On This Winter’s Night is making its vinyl debut just in time for the holidays and the album’s five-year anniversary. The 12-track collection on standard black vinyl sees Lady A put their unique spin on an eclectic mix of holiday favorites including “A Holly Jolly Christmas,” “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” and “Blue Christmas” and features the gorgeous original title track, written by the band. The Gold-selling album offers a variety of musical styles and sounds, from gentle acoustic guitar and strings to fiddle to sleigh bells and swinging horns, with the trio’s unmistakable harmonies front and center. As All Music exclaimed, “This is a Christmas album for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, a soundtrack for days of shopping, present wrapping, and parties filled with good cheer.”

 

Make sure to check out Lady Antebellum perform album tracks “This Christmas” and “Silver Bells” on “CMA Country Christmas” on Saturday, December 23 on ABC.

 

Order On This Winter’s Night:https://UMe.lnk.to/LadyAOTWN

 

DARIUS RUCKER – HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS (CAPITOL NASHVILLE/UMe)

On Darius Rucker’s Home For The Holidays, the acclaimed singer mixes up country, soul, swing and R&B for an album that has something for everyone in the family. The dozen songs combine holiday chestnuts like “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow,” “Winter Wonderland” and “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” with two Rucker originals “What God Wants For Christmas” and “Candy Cane Christmas.” Rucker is joined by friend Sheryl Crow on the time-honored duet “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and has some childhood fun on the Dr. Seuss classic “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch. Produced by Frank Rogers, the album is available on standard black vinyl for the first time.

 

Rucker will perform “Winter Wonderland” on ABC’s “The Disney Parks’ Magical Christmas Celebration” on Christmas morning.

 

Order Home For The Holidays:https://UMe.lnk.to/DariusRuckerHFTH

 

COUNTRY CHRISTMAS PLAYLIST

For even more holiday music this season, head over to the Country Christmas playlist on Spotify for a wide-ranging blend of festive favorites from Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Brenda Lee, Kacey Musgraves, Toby Keith, Little Big Town, Alan Jackson, Carrie Underwood, Amy Grant and Vince Gill. Listen here:https://open.spotify.com/user/digster.fm/playlist/6mIRMg8kpuok7eS3o7uUx7

 

REBA MCENTIRE – MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU TRACK LISTING

SIDE A

1. Away In A Manger

2. On This Day

3. O Holy Night

4. The Christmas Guest 
5. Silent Night

 

SIDE B

6. Happy Birthday Jesus (I’ll Open This One Just For You)

7. White Christmas

8. I’ll Be Home For Christmas

9. A Christmas Letter

10. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)

 

LADY ANTEBELLUM – ON THIS WINTER’S NIGHT TRACK LISTING

 

SIDE A

1. A Holly Jolly Christmas

2. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

3. All I Want For Christmas Is You

4. I’ll Be Home For Christmas

5. This Christmas

6. The First Noel

 

SIDE B

7. On This Winter’s Night

8. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

9. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

10.Silent Night (Lord Of My Life)

11.Blue Christmas

12.Silver Bells

 

DARIUS RUCKER – HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS TRACK LISTING:

SIDE A

1.Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

2.Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

3.What God Wants For Christmas

4.You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch

5.Baby, It’s Cold Outside

6.I’ll Be Home For Christmas

 

SIDE B

1.O Come, All Ye Faithful

2.Winter Wonderland

3.Candy Cane Christmas

4.Please Come Home For Christmas

5.Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

6.White Christmas

Elton John’s Greatest Hits Compilation 

Elton John Announces ‘Diamonds’

Ultimate Greatest Hits Compilation Out November 10th

Available to Pre-order Now

  • Available on four physical formats; 1CD, 2CD, 3CD limited edition boxset and 2LP gatefold vinyl, plus digital formats
  • 2CD format contains 34 tracks, and 10 page illustrated booklet
  • 3CD limited edition boxset contains 34 tracks over two discs, plus 17 bonus tracks of personal favorites curated by Elton himself. Also contains 72 page hardback book containing annotations for the stories from each song plus a set of 5 postcard illustrations of Elton
  • 2LP gatefold contains 21 tracks, pressed on 180 gram vinyl and gatefold artwork

Elton John today announces the forthcoming release of ‘Diamonds.’ Released on November 10th through UMe, ‘Diamonds’ is the ultimate greatest hits collection from Elton John and will be available on 1CD, 2CD, 3CD limited edition boxset, 2LP heavy-weight gatefold vinyl and digital formats.

Kicking off with the ever-stunning ‘Your Song,’ this definitive collection brings together all the landmark hits of one of the greatest song books of all time, including ‘Tiny Dancer,’ ‘Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time),’ ‘Candle In The Wind,’ ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,’ ‘Sacrifice,’ ‘Can You Feel The Love Tonight.’

Diamonds’ coincides with the 50th anniversary of Elton’s phenomenal song writing partnership with Bernie Taupin. Meeting in 1967 through a music magazine advert seeking songwriters, Elton and Bernie went on to become one of the most enduring song writing duos of all time, achieving a sustained level of success that puts them head and shoulders above the competition. Catapulted into the limelight as a song writing force in 1971 with ‘Your Song,’ the duo never stood still creatively, defining an era with their run of back-to-back classic 1970’s albums. While ‘Candle In The Wind’ topped the charts in three different decades and 2016’s critically acclaimed ‘Wonderful, Crazy, Night’ was a top ten hit in the US, their legacy is one that is unrivalled in terms of longevity, creativity and commercial success.

Speaking about their relationship, Elton says: ‘We are at 50 years, and our relationship is healthier than it’s ever been. There have been times in our relationship when we’ve written with other people, but it still didn’t stop the love. I love Bernie more than I’ve ever done and I think he probably feels the same way about me, because we’ve both led separate lives; we both write in separate rooms. We have an amazing respect and love for each other that’s only grown.’

Bernie Taupin says: ‘We still get a kick out of what we do; it’s what we do – when we come together and write something, it still has that magical quality to it – it doesn’t get any better than that. That feeling hasn’t aged.’

Available in the US to pre-order now on four physical formats (plus digital formats), the 1CD version of ‘Diamonds’ contains 17 songs, the 2CD version of ‘Diamonds’ contains 34 songs, a 10-page booklet with contemporary illustrations of iconic Elton looks, while the 2LP version is pressed onto heavy-weight 180 gram vinyl and contains gatefold artwork. Housed in an attractive lidded box, the 3CD limited edition boxset version of ‘Diamonds’ also contains a 72-page hardback book containing annotations for the stories behind each track plus a set of five postcards of illustrations of Elton. As well as a collection of some of the best loved songs of all time, all illustrations in these four formats are by contemporary artist Richard Kilroy.

The announcement of this definitive package comes at a time when Elton’s enduring legacy and relevance across the worlds of music, fashion and entertainment continues to burn as brightly as ever. Just last week Gucci unveiled their Spring Summer 2018 collection designed by Alessandro Michele and inspired by Elton’s inimitable style, referencing original items taken from the style icon’s archives. Elton also attended the world premiere of global box office number one sensation Kingsman: The Golden Circle, a film in which he appears as himself in a critically lauded, hilariously tongue-in-cheek role. Kingsman: The Golden Circle also features some of the classic tracks which can be found on ‘Diamonds,’ including ‘Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting.)’

An unparalleled career that has forever changed the cultural landscape, Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s music continues to fill stadiums, top charts and win new fans across the generations.

DIAMONDS
 
1CD STANDARD (U.S. Only)

 
1. Your Song
2. Tiny Dancer
3. Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time)
4. Crocodile Rock
5. Daniel
6. Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
7. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
8. Candle In The Wind
9. Bennie And The Jets
10. Philadelphia Freedom
11. Island Girl
12. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart [Elton John and Kiki Dee]
13. Mama Can’t Buy You Love
14. I’m Still Standing
15. I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues
16. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me [George Michael and Elton John]
17. Can You Feel The Love Tonight

 
STANDARD (2CD, DIGITAL)

 
CD1        

1. Your Song
2. Tiny Dancer
3. Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time)
4. Honky Cat
5. Crocodile Rock
6. Daniel
7. Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
8. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
9. Candle In The Wind
10. Bennie And The Jets
11. The Bitch Is Back
12. Philadelphia Freedom
13. Island Girl
14. Someone Saved My Life Tonight
15. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart [Elton John and Kiki Dee]
16. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
17. Little Jeannie

 
CD2        

1. Song For Guy
2. Blue Eyes
3. I’m Still Standing
4. I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues
5. Sad Songs (Say So Much)
6. Nikita
7. I Don’t Wanna Go On With You Like That
8. Sacrifice
9. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me [George Michael and Elton John]
10. Something About The Way You Look Tonight
11. I Want Love
12. Can You Feel The Love Tonight
13. Are You Ready For Love?
14. Electricity
15. Home Again
16. Looking Up
17. Circle Of Life

 

 
DELUXE (3CD, DIGITAL)

CD1        

1. Your Song
2. Tiny Dancer
3. Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time)
4. Honky Cat
5. Crocodile Rock
6. Daniel
7. Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
8. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
9. Candle In The Wind
10. Bennie And The Jets
11. The Bitch Is Back
12. Philadelphia Freedom
13. Island Girl
14. Someone Saved My Life Tonight
15. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart [Elton John and Kiki Dee]
16. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
17. Little Jeannie

 

 
CD2        

1. Song For Guy
2. Blue Eyes
3. I’m Still Standing
4. I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues
5. Sad Songs (Say So Much)
6. Nikita
7. I Don’t Wanna Go On With You Like That
8. Sacrifice
9. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me [George Michael and Elton John]
10. Something About The Way You Look Tonight
11. I Want Love
12. Can You Feel The Love Tonight
13. Are You Ready For Love?
14. Electricity
15. Home Again
16. Looking Up
17. Circle Of Life

 
CD3        

1. Skyline Pigeon
2. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
3. Pinball Wizard
4. Mama Can’t Buy You Love
5. Part-Time Love
6. Victim of Love
7. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)
8. Kiss The Bride
9. That’s What Friends Are For [Dionne Warwick with Elton John, Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder]
10. The One
11. True Love [Elton John and Kiki Dee]
12. Believe
13. Live Like Horses [Elton John and Luciano Pavarotti]
14. Written In The Stars [Elton John and LeAnn Rimes]
15. This Train Don’t Stop There Anymore
16. Good Morning To The Night [Elton vs PNAU]
17. Step Into Christmas

 
2LP

Side A    

1. Your Song
2. Tiny Dancer
3. Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time)
4. Crocodile Rock
5. Daniel
 
Side B    

1. Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
2. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
3. Candle In The Wind
4. Bennie And The Jets
5. Someone Saved My Life Tonight
 
Side C    
1. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart [Elton John and Kiki Dee]
2. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
3. Song For Guy
4. Blue Eyes
5. I’m Still Standing
6. I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues
 
Side D    
1. Nikita
2. Sacrifice
3. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me [George Michael and Elton John]
4. Can You Feel The Love Tonight
5. Are You Ready For Love?

 

 
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Street Food Markets × Global Travellers

30 Street Food Markets for the Global Traveller


A new interactive from JohnSlots looks at the world’s best and most recognisable street food markets, delving into everything from potjie in South Africa to scorpions-on-sticks in China.



Street food is a staple all over the world. Wherever you go, you can be walking down a street and catch the alluring smell of local cuisine, leading you into market stalls, food halls, and local malls to try something different.

Food markets offer meals on the go for workers, travellers, and those who just happen to be passing by. And now, with an interactive guide from JohnSlots, you can check out the best options around the world – whether you’re looking for a spot to eat on your next holiday, or if you’re trying to tick off the last few points on your cultural food bucket list, have a look and see what’s on the menu.

Hotpots and Hotspots

The markets are often an insight into the country’s approach to the world, whether they’re bustling areas of activity or calm places to relax with a drink and a bite to eat. Stop off at one to find yourself the regional favourites and to see the local street food style.
For a mix of experiences, make sure to have a look into:

  • Coronation Market, Kingston, Jamaica – known as the “stomach of Jamaica”, Coronation Market is a loud and energetic mix of people looking for traditional Jamaican flavours.
  • Borough Market, London, UK – with both permanent restaurants and outside stalls, it’s an ideal eatery for every sort of occasion, whether in a hurry or when looking for somewhere to sit and watch the world go by.
  • The Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, Turkey – while food is served from lively stalls throughout the Bazaar, you’ll also hear the shouts and laughter of haggling and trade, as the Bazaar also features a wide range of shops and trades.
  • Albert Cuypstraat, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – a diverse array of foods crammed into one street, you’re likely to see people wandering about with colourful cones of patat: the local chips, topped with mayonnaise.
  • Wangfujing Snack Street, Beijing, China – if you like your markets colourful and different, you could do worse than exploring the best snack street in Beijing, where you’ll find scorpions on sticks, colourful candied fruits, and unusual seafood.

Taste Bud Explorer

Culture and snacks are great, but what if you like your holidays exciting and your food adventurous? Try some unfamiliar dishes from the corners of the globe, and get a taste for the unusual:

  • Scorpion-on-a-Stick, from China – Should you like your food with a bit of a sting in the tail, there’s a food for you. They’re a popular deep-fried option on the Wangfujing Snack Street.
  • Ceviche, from Peru – Raw fish is marinated in citrus juices and served with onions, chilli, and seasoning, for a salad-y South America take on sushi.
  • Snail Soup, from Marrakesh – Exactly what it says on the tin, snails are brewed up with seasonings into a broth.
  • Abalone, from Chile – If you liked the sound of the snail soup, why not souper-size the order and serve giant sea snails with lettuce and mayonnaise?
  • Peppered Shrimp, from Jamaica – While shrimp are popular the world over, the real adventure in this is the Scotch Bonnet pepper sauce, which packs a punch and can get not only your mouth watering, but also your eyes.

Food is different everywhere. There are different flavour palates, different spices, different meats – including insects and fish. Even simple dishes are cooked completely differently from place to place. If you want to get to the heart of a culture, it’s got to be through the food, and there’s no food more representative of local tastes than what you can pick up in the food hubs you find in the streets.

Whether you’re looking for a new taste experience or just trying to track down the nearest food stop on your grand global holiday, make sure to check out the rest of the dishes and the markets where you can find them in the full interactive guide here.

NOBU DOWNTOWN NYC

​This is what happens when you mix an acclaimed architect with one of 360’s most prolific furniture makers.

If you’re ever in the New York Metropolitan area this is one bit of art that’s making some serious noise within the five boroughs.

The new Nobu Downtown in NYC features a lyrical sumi-e ink sculpture designed and conceived by David Rockwell in collaboration with John Houshmand.

🏁Check out NY Times article for additional information.

*Featured photo courtesy of Eric Laignel.