However, his collaboration with Kylie was less successful, and it's a little-known fact that his track Forget Me Nots was used as the basis for the theme tune to, er, Men In Black. Towa Tei Along with Fantastic Plastic Machine , Towa Tei's merging of jazz, house, pop and electro helped ignite the s Tokyo dance scene that came to be known as Shibuya-kei , a sound that's today as synonymous with the metropolis as the neon skylines and its futuristic fashions. In a country where people are more likely to be sniffing neurotically because it's rude to blow your nose in public than because they're sorted for E's and whizz, DJs have to work extra hard to maintain party-goers' dancefloor euphoria. Daishi Dance With their toilets playing distracting music and pumping out fragrant deodorant the moment you sit on them, you might say that the Japansese are taught from a young age that, well, shit doesn't exist. It's been so successful that it's launched a whole genre of its own and now even Mickey Mouse has been given a bpm make over in the form of the equally crass House Disney compilation. Plus, as the spearhead of constantly shape-shifting recording outfit Capsule, he's the Asian rival to James Ford and Simian Mobile Disco.