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John Askew - To The Floor

September 06, 2010
In the past 10 years, British DJ and producer John Askew built himself an impressive catalogue of stunning trance and progressive productions. Relentlessly continuing to feed his passion, it was 2010 that his 'F@cking Caps Lock' didn't only have the honour of becoming the 3rd release of the brand new Subculture label ever, but also rocked stages all across EDM-land. The cheeky trancer was the overture and pre-party for what's now set to rock your world: 'To The Floor'. Its name might suffice as a description, but there's so much more to it than a mesmerizing power, alluring you to take over a few square metres and show off your dance skills. 'To The Floor' is driven by a myriad of effects, surrounded and shaped by deep bass and filled with delightful prog and melodic trance. Dreamy breakdowns rapidly waltz to the tracks' harder soundscape. Another pleaser and strong addition to John's armoury. Support by: Markus Schulz, Gareth Emery, Ferry Corsten, Paul Oakenfold, Aly & Fila, Ashle Wallbridge, Andy Moor, Dash Berlin, John O'Callaghan, Jorn van Deynhoven, Judge Jules, Ernesto vs Bastian, TyDi, Leon bolier, Jerome Isma'ae, Simon Patterson


  1. 0. To The Floor (Original Mix) (07:34)
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