Zach Sciacca, popularly known as Z-Trip, is an American DJ and producer. He is best known as a pioneer of the mashup movement.
A native of Phoenix, Arizona, who now resides in Los Angeles, California. He was known early in his career for performing with the Bombshelter DJs (DJ Emile, DJ Radar, and DJ Z-Trip). In 2001, he became widely known when his collaboration with DJ P, "Uneasy Listening, Vol. 1", was released. Only 1000 copies were made, but the album was soon distributed over the Internet in MP3 format. Uneasy Listening topped many critics best album of year lists, including Entertainment Weekly, URB, the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, and New York Times. Since then, he has become well-known worldwide for his sold out shows and eclectic style, including headlining slots at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and an opening slot for the Rolling Stones, where he performed in front of a 450,000 person audience. He was also a part of Operation MySpace, a concert scheduled for American troops stationed in Kuwait; this show was simulcast on MySpace and the FX cable channel.
His album Shifting Gears marked his major label debut. It was released in 2005 on Hollywood Records.