Matt Warren: Veteran house producer and DJ is back with new music video "How Do I Love Thee"

Matt Warren

A couple of months ago, Stars and Celebs reviewed veteran Chicago house music pioneer and producer-engineer Matt Warren’s breakthrough album, Music Is My Life

The world renowned DJ and producer has been transforming the music industry for over the past forty years.  He lends his music expertise engineering and producing music for a variety of artist leading him to become a Platinum award-winning producer-engineer. 

Music Is My Life is a memorable album with many a fun-loving and energized anthem that goes on to celebrate life with its feel-good vibes.

A true tour de force, the elaborate production is recorded with acoustic instrumentation along with electronic beats creating a set of happening mixes that give off an electrifying appeal.

The groundbreaking artist and producer Matt Warren is back with the music video to the lead single off of Music Is My Life, entitled, “How Do I Love Thee,” which features the sultry vocals of Pepper Gomez. 

On the MV, a bustling Chicago house vibe could be detected along with an energetic electronic vibe.  The music video features various beautiful women from around the world posing and showing off their dance moves.  Some fully charged horns trace this song.  Gomez’s vocals are New Wave-tinged executed in a spoken word-like fashion. 

According to Warren, “This is my first release of my own music in ten years.  I’ve been producing, engineering and remixing for others, but have not focused on my creative needs for a long time.  I felt like I wanted to do a record that reflects my journey as both a musician and DJ.  I really wanted to give that old school feel to the songs…  I guess what I means is to record “real music” with live instruments and arrangements…which are kind of a homage of all the music I grew up listening to.”

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My Nguyen

My Nguyen is a CD reviewer from San Diego, CA. She regularly contributes to TheCelebritycafe.com. Her work has appeared in the following journals: Quietpoly, Community Voices, Espresso 1, The Whistling Fire, The Pedestal Magazine, The Straylight Magazine, Baby Lawn Literature, and Conceit Magazine.