Corey Craig aka “Coreyography” is a 13 year veteran in the LGBT club scene. He has curated a signature sound of House, Disco, Tech House and updated classics. His 2009 closing set for NYC Pride’s “Dance On The Pier” launched him onto the nightclub and party scene and led to residencies in the Fire Island Pines and award winning parties throughout Manhattan. His later work with top promoters and venues expanded his current demand for parties in Los Angeles (DILF, Abbey, Masterbeat), San Francisco (RealBad, BeatBox), Las Vegas (Matinee), Provincetown (Bear Week) and an annual San Diego pride Cruise.
Internationally, Corey has been a regular in Sydney and Melbourne during Mardi Gras season including headlining sets for various Sydney Mardi Gras events and Bear Bar / Honey. His travels have also taken him to Whistler Gay Ski Week, Vancouver Pride, Edmonton pride and The Black Eagle in Toronto. His current stateside residencies include The Eagle NYC and the infamous D World Underwear Party in Fire Island. Corey also currently tours the USA with The DILF party and MOBD parties in Boston, Ft. Lauderdale, Denver, Dallas and Palm Springs.
Corey lists his musical influences as Frankie Knuckles, Larry Levan, Honey Dijon, Freemasons, Moto Blanco, Gorgon City, Disclosure, Todd Terry, MK, CamelPhat and tastemaking labels like Defected, Toolroom, Hed Kandi, Ministry of Sound and Glitterbox. These influences and labels have helped him curate and design a podcast series showcasing upfront house, techno, disco and bass sounds. Remixes and bootlegs for Russell Small, Ryan Skyy, Lady Gaga, and Genesis to name a few are an example of the diverse creative directions Corey and his “Coreyography” brand take musically. Partnering with Bobby Duron as “Haus Of Oz” for Deep House remixes and Saul Ruiz as “R2C2” for a more progressive sound amplifies his diversity in audience, style and creativity.