Sonny Wharton is a British house and techno DJ and record producer. In addition to his solo career, Wharton has launched the record label Whartone Records which features a diverse range of house music DJs and producers.
Sonny Wharton was born in mid-Wales where he encouraged to explore music by his father Alex Wharton. Alex Wharton performed in the singing duo the Most Brothers and later went on to produce the band The Moody Blues first UK number 1 record "'Go Now'". Sonny's early dance music influences have been cited as Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim and X-Press 2 alongside live acts such as The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers.
Wharton’s debut release as a producer came in 2007 with the release of Meat-Cake which saw him collaborate with fellow producer Super Style Deluxe. Meat-Cake was released by The Payback Project label. Wharton has gained significant support for his production work . Following strong support in recent years from the likes of Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong and Roger Sanchez, Wharton has worked on notable remixes for other artists of varying genres including Fatboy Slim , Utah Saints and X-Press 2.