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Throwback Thursday: DJ Krush Looks Back on 20 Years
In 2011, we interviewed Japanese turntable legend DJ Krush (a.k.a. Hideaki Ishii) about celebrating two decades in the mix, his plans for the future and his thoughts on the earthquake and tsunami which devastated his country that year. For the first edition of Throwback Thursday, we're republishing our conversation with one of hip-hop's master mixers. DJ Krush is celebrating 20 years in the business, and he's showing no signs of slowing down. To commemorate his anniversary, Japan's king of spin is about to embark on a worldwide tour and will continue releasing new material via iTunes in preparation for a looming new solo album. Hugh Bohane got a chance to interview him just after his recent U.S tour. What have been some of the best memories of your 20 year career so far? DJ Krush: There have been many special memories in last 20 years and it's hard to pick one. But if I had to pick one, I would say that one would be joining a band called Method of Defiance with Bill Laswell and Bernie