This year’s Electric Zoo was a weekend of great music, people, and community packed with some of the biggest performances from The Chemical Brothers, Bro Safari, Hot Since 82…but more on that later. Although the festival ended around midnight each night, the party wasn’t quite over in New York. I had the privilege to tag along with newly made friends Victor and Jeremy, better known as Goshfather & Jinco, for what was staged to be an incredible night at New York’s Slake Night Club. For starters, not only are they two of the most friendly and funny guys you’ll meet, but they also know how to put on one hell of a show. It doesn’t matter what genre you prefer, they’ll cater to just about everything and absolutely crush it with every song.

The turn up began the minute the guys hit the decks, mixing a monster set featuring tracks from Skrillex, Lincoln Park, Backstreet Boys, remixes from Bro Safari, Apashe, and even some of their own exclusive tunes that haven’t even hit the market yet! Goshfather & Jinco commanded the stage with a exhilarating presence I couldn’t help but love.

Just two hours into the set they were joined on stage by even more friends like G Buck, Choppa Dunks, and Prince Fox, which all together was the cherry on top of an incredible evening with Goshfather & Jinco. Joining them at Slake showed me why these guys are so highly respected in this industry: they’re masters of their craft with a passion to give their fans a fresh and revitalizing experience.

Hear their latest song, “Uber”, with 1Daful and stay tuned for more E-zoo coverage coming this week!

Photo: Adam Rosser