Corey Andrew
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Corey Andrew

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States | Established. Jan 01, 1999 | SELF

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 1999
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"Tune Brothers celebrate 15th anniversary with new album!"

Tune Brothers celebrate 15th anniversary with career-defining new album!

A huge happy birthday to the Tune Brothers! Markus Hägele and Matthias Kraus are celebrating fifteen years of working together as a phenomenal house duo with the release of their aptly titled new album, 15.

Founded in Stuttgart in 1996, Tune Brothers rapidly clambered their way to the top first in Stuttgart, and then the Germany dance pile. Global recognition soon followed, Tune Brothers career has taken them from Miami to Jakarta to the Netherlands and everything else in between. And no matter where they are, their ability to have the crowd eating out the palms of each of their hands is legendary. Not only that, their multimedia platform 'Housesession', which comprises a record label, radio show and live events, has provided them with a lasting legacy and innumerable fans from within the business.

The release of this new album is a chance for the pair to sit back and survey the empire they have created. 15 is a fitting monument to their efforts. They suspended all other work whilst the album was written and recorded to ensure their total focus was on this career-defining record.

The result is absolutely, undoubtedly a complete set in itself. It successfully brings in each club flavour, from storming electro to progressive tech and everything in between. Too many cooks spoil the broth, but two cooks makes for something so tasty you can't help but drool.

It's an incredibly rare album indeed where each of the 15 tracks sound like they will stand alone as a single. But for the Tune Brothers this is a genuine case of 'all killer no filler'. Vocal support comes from Lety, Polina Griffith and Alec Sun Drae as well as New Yorker Corey Andrew who features on deep debut single Dance Into The Fire.
Think of this less like an album, more like a house manual. It's a how-to guide for how to create an impeccably produced club album, without a hint of repetition or a moment to get bored. As anniversary celebrations go, this is certainly one to remember.

Tune Brothers - 15 is out from today on Housesession Records and exclusively available on The album will be available on all other online music retailers from May 3rd.

- Dutch Daily News

""I Walk to the beat. I Work to the beat!""

COREY ANDREW has quickly become one of the most sought after vocalists in dance music and the industry is taking notice in a big way. On June 12th 2010 the Grammy voting member and BMI songwriter scored a Billboard Breakout with “Dancefloor Emergency”, a hot new collaboration with legendary Producer and Remixer, Eddie Amador (Madonna, Seal, Jason Derulo).

“Dancefloor Emergency” is a club song for the masses; one that invokes the universal fab-u-losity of Madonna’s Vogue with a slick false setto vocal delivery from Corey Andrew that takes its place right up there next to the glittery vocals of Scissor Sister’s front man, Jake Spears. No stranger to delivering solid vocals Corey Andrew has worked with everyone from Hex Hector to Eddie Thoneick and his tracks are currently licensed to over 100 top dance music compilations from Hed Kandi, Sony, EMI, Kontor, Armada and more.

With the first set of “Dancefloor Emergency” mixes previously on promo, additional Disco flavored Eddie Amador remixes have emerged just in time for the exclusive release on Matserbeat. Top tastemakers including DJ David Knapp, DJ Paulo and the fabulous Lady Bunny have given “Dancefloor Emergency” the green light with the new peak-time dirty electro remix by Automatic Panic rounding out the package of goodies. The eclectic array of mixes is poised to tantalize all the senses and keep the dance floors packed!

From the Trans Euro-synth, runway-ready Mochico Mix to the pure circuit hotness of the Eddie Amador Main Mix, “Dancefloor Emergency” is a bold summer musical treat that invites the world to come together on the dancefloor and declare, “I walk to the beat, I work to the beat, I live for the beat, Press Play then Repeat!”

It looks like the early 80's sound is making a real come back on dance floors over the UK and now here in the USA. I personally, being from that period love what is happening to the dance music scene. It’s truly about time. This track will remind you of an old favorite, “Taste of Honey”. The track has that same power to make you tap your feet and just dance girl! Nice job Eddie, it’s nice to feel groovy again. Tell Maria and Orlando hello from all of us.


Mr. Houston - Glam Magazine

"We're All Stars Album Review"

Review by Stewart Mason

The album's anonymous cover art and title suggest a much less interesting and more mainstream release than Corey Andrew's debut release actually delivers. Andrew has an expressive, soulful voice that easily shifts from the singer/songwriter vibe of the poppy "Next to You" to the Mercury Rev/Flaming Lips-style dream pop psychedelia that colors a number of the album's strongest songs. Like Stew, the L.A. based singer/songwriter who also records with his bands the Negro Problem and the Lullabies, Andrew acknowledges the R&B tradition but refuses to be pigeonholed by it; a song like the gorgeous, expansive title track owes at least as much to the Cocteau Twins as it does to Donny Hathaway. With slightly stronger songwriting and a bigger recording budget -- over the course of 46 minutes, some of the songs start to blend together more than they should -- Corey Andrew could be a formidable talent, and his debut album hints at better things to come. - AMG/ALL MUSIC GUIDE

"International DJ Reviews for "Try" on Oxyd Records"

Graham Poucher


Bo Derek Jensen

The FVR Remix is pumpin groovy bass line over the track just like Ian
Carey style.
Lovemakers mix is for the mainstream clubs version I think it has a good
vocal on it and a more upfliting beat.
In the Moussa Clarke mix dj's is making it their own, because the beat is
very fast and the piano is catchy all the way. I just love the bass line
in this mix.

Johan Gielen

in his plylist

Tim Andresen

I've been playing Moussa Clarke's instrumental the past weeks. Rockin!

Alan X

Moussa Clarke & Lovemakers mixes but head for the FVR Dub for max terrace effect

Henri Kohn

I like the moussa instrumental.

DJ Sonic

In his chart!

Felix Steinleitner

My favourite Mix is the Moussa Clarke Mix! Very nice!
But also like the FVR.
I'll give it to the guys.

DJ Manureva

Sorry for the delay of my feedback...
But, what a wicked track, really love all remixes, they are all exellent !!!
Thank you and congratulations for your beautiful work !

Jay X (M2O)

In his playlist!

Ian Tullet

Once again many thanks for the track.
The Moussa Clarke Instrumental is the pick for me. Another quality release.

Graham Sahara

I like this track. i like the moussa clarke mix more than the others. Phat
electro mate, the best mix for me by a mile

Thanks for the track mate.

Andrea Belli (105 Network)

FVR Mix.....InDaKlubb Future Tune friday 14 march.....Ipnotic & Mysterious track!
Moussa Clarke Mix.....energetic & ethnic mix explosion!

Paul Hughes. Ph Factor danceshow. U.K.

Wow !!!!! You was right about this tune. There is just
about a mix on here for everyone, all sorts of various
styles in there as well. For sure peak time plays in my various clubs
and severe plays on my radio show.

DJ Paulette

thanks for this. the moussa clarke instrumental has the edge here :-) good warm up track.

David Vendetta ( Radio FG / Redlight Paris)

Wonderful track ! My favorite one is "FVR remix".
I play it tonight in my radio show on radio fg at 11pm.
link to the playlist :
link to the radio (listen in live on the web) :
All the best

Franco Martinelli

My favorite is the Lovemakers Mix!

Dan Bino "Unsolved Frequencies"

In his radio show

DJ Anti (ACDC)

Well produced and great hit potential, as always. I will play the Moussa instrumental

Jamie Jay (Quantize Radio)

Moussa Clarke delivers a string electro version, the instrumental working better than the vocal mix. The FVR mix is by far the best, as the synths and breakdowns accompany the use of the vocal. This mix will get some radio airplay.

Gary Glover

Big stonker here dogg , lovin both the lovemakers dub and Moussa inst
mix , something hot for the weekend mmmmmmmmmmm !!!
Thanks for the cut !!! Nice one !!!! Oxydtastic !!!!!

Henry Hacking

like the fvr mix, got that french house vibe
the moussa one is hot also, good work guys1
another solid release

Johan Gielen

Thanks for sending this tune here is my comment ,
Nice & Spacy love the Lovemakers rmx will support it the next few weeks on
the radio and on the summergigs
well done 100 % support ;-)

Charlie Edwards

would possibly play the moussa clarke mix on a twisted night

Chris Sterio (Source of Gravity)

Nice release ­ dub doing it for me!!!!

Nick Hook

In his chart!!!

Michael Paterson

Cool track mate!!!

Roby Sartarelli (Radio Company)

My Favorite is the Lovemakers Mix

John Kennedy

Thanks for the tracks, the Moussa Clarke Mix is excellent. I will be
definetely be giving this some play over the next few months.

Dean Facer

played Moussa Clarke remix on his radio show on CRMK and has it in his
hype chart...

Kenny Wee (Pure Substance/Redflux Music, Malaysia)

more of my preference... intrumental mix... it has a feel of egypt ancient
style lol

Luis Bonias (Bias, Spain)

Moussa Clarke Instrumental
Ethnic and indian touch in the sitar and percussion with a phat electro
bass, i like all the fx and breaks.
Moussa Clarke Vocal Mix
this version is a radio tune,sounds great...
in my nexts playlists

Stereo Mutants

Thanx for the link, we have downloaded and listenedŠ We will more than likely play the FVR mix as the others are a little bit hard for us, it sounds very much like Axwell¹s Œfeel the vibe¹ tooŠ good production.

Luis Bonias Andreu

FVR Mix: good remix with a big kick and beautiful pop
Moussa Clarke Mix : my favorite track!!!
In my next playlist

Mark Masters
Yo Yo Yo - Alright Davide ...
The FVR Mix is Definitely doing the business on the Casafunk Dance-floors...
deep funky bassline!!!
Will get Radio Plays for sure lovely stuff mate ...

Matt Fitzpatrick

Love it mate... has to the Moussa Clarke mix. Sounds quality... love that bass!!!
In his chart!!!

Stuart Miller

In his chart

Nick (Criminal Records)

Thanks for the tune... The Lovemakers Mix is perfect for those smoother
house sets for me and the Moussa Clarke will work at our more electro
placed clubs. What is the release date for this?
once again

David Lambrechts

Been extremely busy but just found the time to listen and I must say Moussa Does it again! Love his remixes (he also did a remix for my record YEAH;-)) and will play this out 4 sure! In my next hype chart!

Matt Vinyl

in his chart

DJ Mannix
in his chart

Paul Hughes

in his radio show

Shmuel Flash & Huge-A (Israel)

we both really like this new release!! all versions sounds great, especially
FVR and Moussa Clarke Mixes..
Lovemakers mix also nice.. we'll definately play them in our sets.

Ian Callaghan

Very nice, like I like Moussa's instrumental

Abe Borgman

Davide ! great track.....but must confess that the FVR Mix was my will be in my set on Friday at SOUL HEAVEN party in Colombia

Kevin Sunray

Nice tracks and my favourite is the Lovemakers Dub Mix! My support;)

DJ Linus (exun/munich)

my fav would be the FVR DubŠ.really nice floating and uplifting tune!

Chris Midas

Hi Davide I prefer the moussa clark instrumental

kenny (pure substance/redflux music)

thanks for the promos ! hope you;re well too...
got moussa remixes from him which is SOLID work .... been caning the instrumental mix !

Jill Pol

hi davide , just send you this in order to update the feedback :-)
the lovemakers dub rocked the floor yesterday i 'm sure that it will become a must for 2006 .....congratulations

Flash Brothers

Playing the FVR mix - great stuff!

Hawk (Håkon Lofthus)

The Moussa Clarke remix are really awesome! In my bag and on the decks.
Thanks a lot for the great tracks mate.

Nick Power

Dagio - "Try" - Great Track!! Pumping out the Dirty Moussa Sound.


Moussa Clarke Mixes ROCKS BIG TIME.
Very good mixes. Support from Noir.

Andi Durrant (Galaxy FM)
Nice tracks Davide - loving the basslines! Will try and support on the radio over the next few weeks

Jamie McHugh

I love Mousa's instumental, will def be playing this out this weekend and could well feature on my Proton show!! More like this please.

Nolan Kane
Moussa's mix is a monster....... this is gonna wreck some shit on the dance floor!

Steve Marshall The Northern Radio Group
Thanks for the promo, the tune is playlisted for heavy rotation on our stations across Europe. Certainly one of the tunes of 2006 so far!

Don Diablo (Netherlands)

Cool track!

Trent Cantrelle (USA)

tune is hot bro!!!! i will def be dropping it down there... love your sound man...

Martin Villeneuve (Canada)

big & heavy! nice one :o) you're turning into one of my fav producers right now

Gerard Russchenberg (House of Fun, Netherlands)

cool one!!

Helen K (Greece)

this one is awesome!!!! i def like the vocal mix very much 9/10. hehe you're doing such a good work with remixes. keep it up

Sonny Wharton (Trashed, UK)

wow moussa youre a busy boy at the moment!! another great couple of remixes :o) thanks alot!! like the instrumental the most!

Dumb Dan (Sweden)

thanks for sending. solid production as always!

Franky Gee (Bikini, Germany)

What a Bomb !!! The Vocal Mix of “2Try” is excellent and fits to my set exactly 9/10

Chris Wilson (Family, Australia)

Awesome love the vox mix

Andy Price (Mixmag Future Hero, UK)

lovin both these

Jon Gurd (Club Class, UK)

Nice track, will definately play it out

Jerome Isma-Ae (Jee Productions, Germany)

Great Remix!! Will be in my Set for sure. no.7 in his chart

DJ U-Ra (Ukraine)

Great tune!!! Mate, I'm impressed!

Baq Wahn (Mushroom Magazine, Germany)

A really funky Track, i like the Vocal Mix. More of this Stuff please, this blend of funky, electro and prog is the sound of the moment. great :)

Ricky Stone (China)


Stu Hinge (Formula, UK)

Prefer the Vocal mix, Like the track since it goes somewhere. This would be great when I get a chance to play on the dirty side of my style which is Generally Driving Funky house. Keep up the good work mate and thx for the promo

Rye Lamb (Biglove, UK)

Yo Yo!!! Just checked your remix of `Dagio- 2 try`........its bad-ass!! Keep it dirty!!! Rye (Biglove)

Brice (Prohibition, France)

Thanks a lot for the new tracks ! i really love the INSTRUMENTAL REMIX , i will play this week in Tangiers - Morocco

Erick E (Netherlands)

The instrumental is dope! gonna spinn it tonight is Escape Theatre here in Amsterdam to start.

Rob Lemon (velocity, USA)

Love the vocal mix.

Col Hamilton (Kellys, Ireland)

Thanks for the trax......lovin the dub!!!!

Yves Eaux (Netherlands)

House music at his best, Moussa delivers pure dancefloor mayhem, Oxyd has another winner here...

Nick Crowe (Net FM, Belgium)

i think that i only have to say 2 words in order to introduce those songs : 1-moussaclarke 2-oxyditaly ......when we have seen those words , we can say without troubles 8/10 maybe 9/10 without listening ...but i found time to listen to it and i'm able now to say that i was right with 9/10 - will play the instru congratulations again ....good songs & remixes

Jonathan Ulysses (Space, Ibiza)

Like the 2 Try Moussa Clarke Instrumental. Like this track - big bassline - rolling sound.

Balerik (Norway)

Cheers for the - International DJ Submissions

"Corey Andrew joins panel at the 64th Annual IBS Conference in New York City."

Opening officially on Friday, March 12th the IBS Conference will cover a wide range of radio and broadcast related topics. Corey Andrew will specifically be discussing his personal and professional experiences in music marketing drawing examples from his background as Xcalibur Records publicist, and freelance copywriter in advertising and music.

(PRWEB) March 12, 2004 --Corey Andrew joins the 64th Annual IBS Conference in New York City in a panel discussion on music publicity, marketing and promotion guides in the digital age. Corey was invited to speak at the request of WUSB (University of Stony Brook, LI) radio host and conference affiliate Jill Morrison. Jill recently interviewed Corey on the air to discuss his debut album which has now become a favorite at WUSB. Upon learning of Corey’s success in marketing and promoting his debut album We’re All Stars and his background in free lance copywriting for Sony Music Advertising; Jill knew Corey Andrew would make an excellent addition to the panel.

Opening officially on Friday, March 12th the IBS Conference will cover a wide range of radio and broadcast related topics. Corey Andrew will specifically be discussing his personal and professional experiences in music marketing drawing examples from his background as Xcalibur Records publicist, and freelance copywriter in advertising and music. As a songwriter and recording artist on his self co-owned record label Xcalibur Records, Corey Andrew is currently touring the Northeast promoting his eclectic soul influenced rock album debut, We're All Stars.

The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System presents conventions in four major US cities per year including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles & New York. The events bring together the nations top program university and non commercial radio Program Directors and on air personalities. Traditionally the conferences have created great opportunities for developing mentoring relationships between stations, discovering new musical talent through showcases at local music venues, networking cocktail socials, and tours of participating New York City radio stations.

“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to give my insight on independent music marketing, Corey explains. “In a nutshell it’s all about finding any and every avenue to create a buzz about your project and there are some great stories along the way”.

- PR Web

"Label Buster: Vocalist Corey Andrew defies convention, with heart and soul."


In his new debut album, We’re All Stars, one track features a wailing harmonica, another silky violins, and the title track boasts a guitar-blast crescendo that sounds sampled from ACDC circa 1978. After a fruitless search for the right record deal, refusing control by “major label bureaucracy,” Andrew formed his own company, Xcaliber. This self-proclaimed "wacky artist” recently spoke to Gay City News about making music from his heart, on his own terms.

David Kennerley: How long have you been trying to break into the music biz?

Corey Andrew: I made a really bad demo at age 13 and sent it to the major labels. I think I sang “The Star Spangled Banner.” Some generous executive at Warner Brothers records wrote a long letter advising me to write my own songs, to really hone my musical craft. He steered me in the right direction at an early age, and I’m still following that path.

DK: Do you write your own material?

CA: My original goal was to write 100 percent of the debut album. Most new artists don’t have that capability, and I wanted to prove I could. But mid-process, I discovered two great songs my guitarist Peter wrote that I wanted to include. While it’s important to stick to your guns, I’ve learned a little flexibility goes a long way.

DK: How would you describe your music style?

CA: As you can imagine, my past influences are varied: Cat Stevens, Jefferson Airplane, Velvet Underground. I was also inspired musically at home. My mother was raised Southern Baptist, so on Sunday mornings, she’s singing gospel downstairs in the kitchen and my uncle is blaring Jimi Hendrix upstairs. It becomes what it becomes. I don’t want to be categorized as an R&B singer. Not that I have anything against that genre, but that’s the immediate assumption because I’m black. I’m militant that R&B is not what I’m singing. If you have to assign a genre, I’d call my style “soul-influenced rock.”

DK: Describe your uphill battle finding a record label.

CA: No major record company can get a handle on what I’m doing. I don’t have a problem getting a meeting. Their biggest quibble isn’t with my talent or quality of music, but that they can’t fit me neatly in a package to serve me up to the public. Shockingly, I’ve been told that I just don’t sound “black” enough. Once I was lucky enough to meet with a top record mogul—better not identify him. “I don’t really hear a single,” he said flatly.

DK: So you gave up the chance for a record deal?

CA: I refuse to compromise artistic expression just for the sake of creating a “hit single.” A clever songwriter should be able to combine the two. It’s amazing to see that early footage of Alanis Morissette on Star Search, pretending to be a sweet 14-year-old Debbie Gibson-style sweetie. That’s a far cry from the angry chick that was really trying to get out.

DK: Why has Seal been able to break through?

CA: Amazingly, Seal was able to create his own category. The sound he got famous with didn’t even exist before. We hadn’t heard strings for the past 20 years. He does a great job at reinventing a classic product. I like him a lot and am flattered to be compared with him. We both deeply care about the process.

DK: You’re embarking on a national radio campaign. How’s it going?

CA: It’s too early to tell, but we’ve picked up some airplay in small pockets, such as in Florida and Louisiana. And of course I’m getting played in my hometown of Trenton, New Jersey. We’re getting play on Internet radio shows. It’s a slow process, since I don’t have the backing of a Clive or Quincy, who could make one phone call and have my record played all over the planet. But other artists have built success with their own label. It’s exciting I’m like a five-year-old kid.

DK: What else have you been up to, musically?

CA: I’ve launched a music company to produce songs for film and Broadway shows. I had a song placed in a picture called Xpatriot not too long ago. It was one of only two songs chosen, quite an honor. I’ve also recently released a killer dance remix of We’re All Stars, the title track, thanks to DJ Graflin [the veteran Memphis-based producer]. I’m a club kid at heart, going out since I was 15. I love Victor Calderone, Junior Vasquez and have deep respect for the dance music world.

DK: When can we next see you perform in New York City?

CA: I’m playing at ACME Underground on Saturday, September 27. I always love performing there. When I first got to New York about three years ago it was the first club that gave me a break. I didn’t even have a band, just recorded background tracks. They’ve stuck with me. Legend has it that Madonna was a waitress there years ago. Apparently, she got fired… and look how she ended up!

©GayCityNews 2007 - Gay City News / NYC

"Dogfish Presents NYC's Rocking Soul Man"

While September's Dewey Beach Music Conference & Festival featured an emphasis on modern rock, Corey Andrew's set at the Rusty Rudder stood out.

The New York City-based performer and his band jumped back and forth between shades of psychedelic pop and neo-soul, and they did it well.

Among the audience members at the Rudder was Dogfish Head booker Chris Lausch, who approached Andrew as he exited the stage and invited him to play the Rehoboth Beach brewpub.

Nine months later, Andrew is scheduled to play a free concert there on Saturday.

Andrew's bassist Thom Catts, who plays a 10-string guitar/bass hybrid by the Warr instrument company called the Touch-guitar, is already a Dogfish fan. "Thom likes to travel all over the place, and the Delaware shore is one of his favorite surfing spots," Andrew said. "He likes the beer at Dogfish Head."

Catts has been in the band about six months, while guitarist Eran Phillips climbed aboard just last month. "Eran moved to America from Israel about five years ago," Andrew said. "He learned all of our songs in a week. He's amazing."

The group is rounded out by keyboardist Alvin McCrae and drummer Michael Reale. "I've known Michael since I was 7 years old. We grew up together in Trenton, N.J.," Andrew said. "He ended up going to college and getting a degree while I was singing all over New York City."

The childhood friends later bumped into each other and discovered they were both pursuing music in the Big Apple.

Andrew had a side gig, however. "I was a comedian. Comedy is something people always said I was good at, so I did it. I'm definitely a wise-ass, sarcastic person. But music was what I really wanted to pursue.

"I was on 'BET's Comic View' before. I was lucky that I never had a show that bombed when I was a comedian. But you're always going to have a joke or a song that doesn't go over, and you have to recover quickly. I've relied on my comedic timing."

His standup days aren't completely behind him, Andrew said. "The Gotham Comedy Club still calls me once in a while," Andrew said. "I'd like to develop a one-man show at some point. I'd like to incorporate some music into it, but my songs are usually rather comtemplative. It wouldn't be like an Adam Sandler thing; I think that market's been covered."

Andrew's album, "We're All Stars," may have been independently released, but it has major label sound quality, partly due to the participation of producer Neil Krin and executive producer Joesph Bennett. "Neil has worked with everyone from Destiny's Child to Bette Midler to Jessica Simpson," Andrews said.

"My music is a hodgepodge of things," said Andrew, who has been compared to Seal and Lenny Kravitz. "I get compared to Lenny Kravitz all the time, even if I'm walking down the street. I guess it's because I'm a black man with an afro. I don't think my music sounds much like his, but I'm flattered if other people do. I respect the fact that he didn't succumb to going R&B just because people told him to."

Indeed, white divas like Joss Stone are more plentiful than black rockers like Living Colour.

"In today's market, it's more commercially viable for a white artist to sound black than vice versa. It's a double-edged sword," Andrew said. "It's something that goes back to Teena Marie, and even back to Elvis Presley. I don't think the people who listen to my music really care what color I am."

Andrew's influences are myriad. While his family members listened to gospel, his uncles were fond of Deep Purple and Jimi Hendrix.

"I love psychedelic music. One of my favorite albums of all time is 'Surrealistic Pillow' by the Jefferson Airplane. The music was a lot more organic in the 60s. These days, if the computer breaks down, you're out of luck. But if you listen to what they were singing about back then, it still applies today"

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- Roger Hillis /Delaware Coast Press

"Club Control/Next Magazine"

By Louis Morhaim

I'd like to begin by introducing you to an amazing young talent. His name is Corey Andrew. One part Seal one part Lenny, Corey sings as good as the big boys with passion, soul and a wide vocal range to boot. Check out his full length debut, We're All Stars, at your favorite records store and get ready for remixes of the title track that are being produced now. Stay tuned. You may also want to take a look at his slick site at - Next Magazine


Compilations include Sony/BMG; EMI, Kontor, Mondo, Armada, Strictly Rhythm/Soltrenz, Hed Kandi Stealth Records and more with strong internet international radio/DJ support!

Current collaborations and upcoming releases include "Love Me Now" & "Stormy Weather" (Blanco Y Negro Records & Stealth Records) "Lies, Love & Passion" with Fred Pellichero & Laurent Pepper) "Lifting me up" with Denis The Menace & Big World (We Play Records), "Validation" with DJ Keni L (Xcalibur Records), "Without Music" with DJ Peter Brown AKA The Grower, "Rocking Trip" with Radi Tabasco (Voulez Vous), "Round & Round with Starkillers Label -TBA, "Harmony" with Austin Leeds-TBA, "Aprovecha" with Rio Dela Duna, "Into The Fire" with The Tune Brothers (Housesession Records) "World Keeps Turning" with Brown Sugar (Suka Records), "Love Divine" with Flash Brothers, "Again" with Ronnie Maze, "Not Feeling" with Sammy Peralta (Funkatronik/Black Hole Recordings), Liz Mugler "Symphony" & "How can I tell you" (Feelthe8)



COREY ANDREW has made it his trademark to deliver some of the biggest vocal club bangers in recent years. As one of the most sought after vocalists and songwriters on the EDM scene, the Grammy voting member and BMI songwriter scored a Billboard Breakout hit, “Dance Floor Emergency” - with veteran producer and remixer, Eddie Amador (Madonna, Seal, Jason Derulo), as well as soaring all the way to #1 at Beatport with his massive remake of Marshall Jefferson's "Move Your Body" (Produced by Peter Brown AKA The Grower) with remixes by Jesse Garcia.

In just a few short years, Corey’s discography has emerged as a who’s who of EDM royalty including hit tracks with producers Da Hool, Eddie Thoneick, Denis The Menace & Big World, Noir, DJ Exacta, Jesse Garcia, Mike la Funk and more.  And the list of top cats who have remixed Corey’s tracks is equally as impressive inclusive of Jerry Ropero, Hex Hector, Richard Grey, Muzzaik, David Penn, the list goes on.

To date Corey Andrew’s tracks have been licensed to over 100 successful dance music compilations from top labels such as Sony, EMI, Kontor, Hed Kandi, Ministry of Sound, Housesessions, Milk & Sugar and more.  Such accomplishments and exposure helped to create a buzz that drew the attention of Holland’s Cloud 9 Music Publishing – a division of the mega music brand Armada Music. Corey signed a co-publishing admin deal with Cloud 9 in 2009 joining a stellar roster that includes superstars such as Markus Schultz, Armin Van Buuren and Kaskade.

With Corey’s own star rising, he was soon presented with the opportunity to write for other artists – something he is as equally passionate about.  A few highlights from his songwriting credits include lyrics for top international clients such as Latvian pop princess, Ella (Universal Records), DeLuka & Lydianne (Suka Records), Monte Carlo based mega club Jimmy’z)  and he scored his first certified gold record credit for his lyrics on “Alone in the crowd”.  The song was co-written with the Italian based songwriting team Gabesco Music and recorded by Belgian Idol winner Natalia for her 2013 album Overdrive (Universal Records Belgium).

Corey’s belief in living your best life and following your passions has gained him substantial experiences as a musician, actor, comedian and copywriter (Sony, Music Choice, L'Oreal), so its no surprise that in recent years Corey Andrew began to explore yet another passion - DJing  and quickly landed his first on-air mix show at PNN Radio FM. The Palm Springs based station provided a perfect platform for Corey to showcase his love eclectic blending of progressive house gems, classic club favorites and his own massive club hits.

With his wide and ever growing social media presence Corey Andrew is currently one of the most notable personalities in the Klout social media tastemakers network. The sky's the limit for Corey Andrew!



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