Matt Warren founded Sunset Records in 1985 with his friends Miguel Garcia and brother Alex and Robert Rojo who ran the Sunset Mobile Disco. The Rojo brothers were the go-to-guys for anyone wanting a lavish and extravagant party in Chicago. Sunset Records was a new venture for the brothers and one that started with a successful release…Pump It Up. It was the first of six singles released by Sunset … Continue reading Sunset Records-The Matt Warren Years In Pictures.
Razz-Matazz was one of the two tracks that Ralphi Rosario wrote for The Razz EP. Just like the rest of the tracks on The Razz EP, Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario joined forces to produce this slammin’ track. After that, they brought onboard Farley “Jackmaster” Funk to mix The Razz EP, which they planned to release on Sunset Records. Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario had founded Sunset Records with Alex … Continue reading Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario-Razz-Matazz.
When Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario recorded The Razz EP, they never thought that tracks including Say It would still be popular thirty-three years later. That is no surprise asThe Razz EP was a groundbreaking release. In 1985, Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario were already regarded as two of Chicago’s aspiring producers. Matt had cofounded Sunset Records with Miguel Garcia and brothers Alex and Robert Rojo. The new label allowed them to release their own … Continue reading Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario-Say It.
Thirty-three years ago Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario recorded The Razz EP at at Chicago Trax. The two friends had written two tracks each for The Razz EP. Matt’s contributions were Kill Yourself Dancing and Pump It Up. Just like the other tracks, they were produced by Matt and Ralphi. When it came time to mix the The Razz EP, they brought onboard none other than … Continue reading Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario-Kill Yourself Dancing.
When Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario recorded The Razz EP they had no idea how popular the track would be. When it was released by Sunset Records in 1985, The Razz EP launched Matt Warren’s career. One of the four tracks on The Razz EP was Pump It Up, which is still a favourite of many DJs. Continue reading Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario-Pump It Up.