With each year comes the blending and hybridization of different types of music. African tribes team up with electronica DJs, an Asian influence infiltrates Western beats, and Indian or Latin tempos permeate through pop music. If crossover trends of the past few years are anything to go by, 2007 is likely to see a boom in the fusion of more art forms.

Such a fusion will take place Jan. 20 when the two-floor event space Shibuya Universal Society (formerly Shibuya Underpass Society) cohosts “Crossroads.” The event brings together electronica DJs, live performances, visuals and art installations under one roof.

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