gabba and hip hop. The racism and threats to me personally intensified and that's about the time I stopped really enjoying DJ-ing to that rock crowd," she said.
"I wasn't interested in walking down that well worn path of retro hits and decided to stop the night. I wanted a night where anything heavy went and a wide mix was played. A night whose identity was on breaking new material not playing the same tired hits over and over." When Beautiful people stopped being receptive to the new music her club was all about, Zoe stopped the night.