Turned on to hip-hop by the movie Wild Style, Hideaki Ishi formed the group Krush Posse in 1987 before striking out on his own at the start of the '90s. As DJ Krush, his turntable antics and production work quickly garnered international attention, and he had a string of releases on the influential Mo' Wax label. The following decade saw him branch out into soundtrack work and projects such as Method of Defiance, a sort of 21st century jazz fusion group helmed by Bill Laswell. Krush will be marking the 20th anniversary of his solo career at this all-night party, though he won't have much time to celebrate: he's going to be play non-stop for seven hours, offering a musical retrospective of his entire career. There are multiple special guests promised, and DJs Baku, Duct and more will be holding things down in the second room.