Set up in 1972 by 17-year-old Nicky Siano, New York's The Gallery pioneered an entirely new style of partying, becoming the first club ever to employ three turntables in the DJ booth. It was also at the forefront of the groundbreaking house movement of the late '80s and '90s, functioning as a platform for names like Larry Levan and Frankie Knuckles. Having forged such an impressive legacy, Siano himself is now revered as a giant of NYC's old guard of spinners, having later moved on to legendary parties like Studio 54 and Paradise Garage. Catch the veteran tonight at Shibuya's Contact, where he was already supposed to play in June – that gig had to be cancelled for health reasons, but now Siano's back and ready to give it one more go. Don't miss this one, as it might very well be the headliner's last dance in Japan. Backup is provided by local talent in the form of DJ Nori, Kensei and Dazzle Drums.