Meet Our Wedding DJs!

Matt Majikas
President & Mobile DJ

Matt started World Record DJs in 2007 and has been a DJ since 2005 when he started working as a Mobile DJ in St. Louis where he went to college. He is routinely praised for his unique approach to entertainment and has grown World Record DJs exponentially over the last 2 years. Matt is proud of his outstanding vocal presence as he was an on air radio personality in Worcester for many years and still moonlights as a professional Public Address Announcer. He was The Voice of The Boston Garden for The Boston Blazers of The National Lacrosse League for 2 seasons and his proudest accomplishment was filling in as The PA Announcer at Fenway Park in 2012 for a Red Sox vs. Yankees game in which he got to honor the memory of his mentor, former PA Red Sox PA Announcer Carl Beane.


FUN FACT: Matt is the "Original" Guiness World Record Holder for "The Most Holes of Miniature Golf Played in 24 Hours" with 3,035 holes played and more than 30 miles walked (published 2006). Hence, how he got the name for his business "World Record" DJs!

Ryan Turbide
Mobile DJ 

Ryan has an extreme passion for today's music and entertaining big crowds. His first year with World Record DJs was a smashing success yielding a number of 5 star reviews. He looks forward to taking his "game" to another level in 2020. Ryan pays extreme attention to detail and is as a great choice for your wedding or special event!


FUN FACT: Ryan is graduate of Umass Dartmouth and has a bachelors degree in small business entrepreneurship. Hailing from Leominster Massachusetts he has become more affectionately known as "DJ Big T" due to his unusual height of 6'6" and is the only male basketball player to score more than 1,000 points in Leominster High School Basketball history. 




Jeremy Lanza
Chief "Photo Mirror" Operator 

JEREMY LANZA has a degree from UMass Lowell in sound recording technology, so logically he would end up being a wedding DJ right? Starting with World Record DJs in October of 2017, Jeremy went from "new guy" to the "get it done guy" VERY quickly. From taking last minute gigs to emergency gear runs, we knew Jeremy would be a keeper. Jeremy’s primary focus for World Record DJs is operating our “Mirror Me” Photo Booth, but also helps to maintain our lighting and audio equipment. No wedding would be complete without our photo booth, or Jeremy keeping it up and running.

Fun Fact: A good portion of Jeremy’s youth was spent on a local robotics team. In 8th grade, his team made an appearance at the world championship competition, ranking 18th out of 130 teams.