Fabio Campos — Main Room
Fabio Campos, was born & raised in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. As a young boy, he always had a passion for music. In 2005 he started DJing at friends parties where many people started to spread the word saying they loved his tribal a progressive house beats. Fabio always looked up to such DJ's as Tony Moran, Paulo, Rosabel, Alexander, Peter Rauhofer, Mike Cruz, Pacheco, Renato Cecin, Mauro Mozart, Edu Quintas, Enrry Senna, as well as others but wanted to create his own identity . Soon after, he grew & started to mature his sound. Today, Fabio Campos is Josefine Club resident dj and has been playing all over Brazil. In every place Fabio plays he leaves a positive vibe & leaves everyone asking for more.
Corey Craig — The Underground
NYC DJ / Producer Corey Craig is excited to bring his signature mix of Progressive | Disco | Deep and Tech House to the REAL BAD Underground. His impulsive sets are a hybrid of futuristic soulful house with updated remixed classics. Corey’s 2009 closing set for NYC’s Dance On The Pier launched his brand into exclusive sets for Fire Island (Pines, Ascension, Sip N Twirl), Aspen Gay Ski Week, Dallas Purple Party, Desert Tea (PS), Sandblast Asbury Park, Gay Wine Weekend and Atlanta Pride at the Aquarium.
American residencies include Communion (SF) Furball (NYC / Ptown) and Rich’s (SD). His global fan base spans from South Africa to Australia and includes sets for Daywash, Honey and Bear Essentials events during Sydney Mardi Gras. The wildly popular “Coreyography” podcast series has also led to co-branding live events with Scruff and Nasty Pig.
Corey lists his contemporaries and influences to include Moto Blanco, Freemasons, Bimbo Jones, Wayne G, DJ Abel, Alexander, MK, Duke Dumont, Copyright, Mark Knight, and Disclosure amongst others. These influences have helped him with the production and compilation talents featured on four Centaur album projects “Popular, “Pride 2011”,"Pride 2012" and "WURKout”. Future production projects include work with Saul Ruiz (as R2C2) as well as his own deep / tech house interpretations and revisions of classics and floor fillers.