Now returning for its seventh edition, the eclectic BRDG party combines the talents of video artists, musicians, programmers and designers in treating Tokyoites to regular multimedia blasts. Moving to Shibuya's WWW X as part of that new all-night venue's opening celebrations, BRDG welcomes a very interesting duo in September. London-based, Tehran-born artist Ash Koosha (real name Ashkan Kooshanejad) ended up in an Iranian jail for organising rock gigs in his home city after appearing in 2009 film No One Knows About Persian Cats (which won the Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize at Cannes), and now creates virtual reality-compatible electronica originals in the spirit of Arca and Flying Lotus. Meanwhile, Swiss-Tibetan producer Aïsha Devi crafts hypnotic techno inspired by physics, ancient spirituality and the mandalas of Tibet while running the leftfield Danse Noire label. Sounds like an unmissable evening for both adventurous clubbers and budding creatives in the VR and experimental video fields.