Photos: Edouard Hall

Last Friday GBH presented there latest Girls & Boys installment with none other than Z-Trip. We’re not going to go into all the endless contributions that this turntable aficionado has made within the last 10 years except for that they are plentiful. For those that are devout lovers of massive sound clashes and are eclectic with their taste- he is a music lovers maestro, bridging the gap between hip hop, rock, and electronic along with his tastefully served blend of of experimental seasonings. Joined by drum & bass/breakstep DJ Zinc otherwise known as Benjamin Pettit live and direct from the UK, Z-Trip served a double dose of unexpected dubstep with floor stompers like Major Lazer’s “Pon De Floor” as well as remix of “Eleanor Rigby” (Beatles) that satisfied the new music generation. Armed with two Technic 1200s he continued his set with a 3 track mix featuring “Husslin” (Rick Ross), “Sweet Child O’ Mine” (Guns N Roses), and the 1966 classic “Uptight” (Everything Alright) by Stevie Wonder. Other party gems included “Rain Down In Africa” by Toto along with “Shout” by Tears For Fears. Take a look at what went down.