Born Zach Sciacca on July 22, 1972, in Queens, New York USA, Z-Trip is a DJ + turntablist who garnered
critical acclaim for his unique style, ability and creativity in his live
Z-Trip combines Hard-Rock with Hip-Hop basslines; an example can be found on the live-set "Live At The Future Primitive Soundsession, Vol. 2", recorded in San Francisco, built around Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion", Rush's "Tom Sawyer" and many more.
In spring 2005, Z-Trip released an album titled "Shifting Gears" on Hollywood Records, which reached #90 on The Billboard 200; it included the single "Walking Dead", a track recorded in collaboration with Chester Bennington from Linkin Park.