Ferry Corsten, who took over Tong's Essential Mix on Saturday night is preparing himself for an assault on London's Turnmills Friday night to promote his new album 'Right Of Way'.
The new album, released on February 23, features loads of fresh production by Ferry and sees him push boundaries outside of his pigeonholed trance genre - featuring some progressive, breaks and even electro influences. His latest single 'Rock Your Body' on Positiva has been getting masses of airtime play on Radio1 and other stations (not to mention by trance DJs across the globe) and shows he still rocks the dance floors with his talented skills as a producer.
For those of you un-familiar with Ferry Corsten, he was originally shot into the limelight due to his earlier trance anthems produced under the Gouryella moniker back in the late 90's. This saw him take on the Trance Nation series for Ministry of Sound, residencies at Gatecrasher, Godskitchen, Slinky, and many other clubs around the world.
Ferry will be taking over the main room at The Gallery in Turnmills Friday – joined by Corvin Dalek, Benny Benassi, Adam Sheridan, Darren Christian, and Tim Debbage. While hot progressive favourite James Holden and his Border Community will be hosting Room 2 featuring Holden himself, Petter from Sweden, Bajwa & Anderson, and live PA by Thompson & Holden.