Chainsmokers is a band that consists of some of the best musicians in the world. The best thing with the members of the successful music group is that they are not only talented, but they are dedicated in their music career and are passionate about music. Alex and Pall and Andrew Taggart have been working together to push their music career into the next level. They have similar goals, and that is why they work together to achieve their goals in life.
Alex Pall’s interest in music started when he was a DJ doing part-time gigs in the New York City and doing a professional job during the day. He did the nights gigs because he also wanted to make some extra cash. But this was not the money he depended on when it came to footing his bills. But the truth is that Alex was passionate about music, and that is what led him to quit his job and started doing music full time. He later met with his partner, and they focused on how they would achieve success in their music career. They were happy because the two had similar goals and they knew they would work towards achieving these goals.
The best part is that Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall have unique talents and they complement each other. Before they came together, Alex was a DJ while Andrew was a music producer. The main challenge they faced was integrating their different talents and come up with a way in which they would entertain their fans. Soon after becoming friends, they began practicing and soon they were producing music that targeted the crowd.
Alex and Andrew have succeeded mainly because of their ability to understand one another. They know that they have unique and different talents and they try their best to work together. Their primary goal is to entertain their crowd with exceptional music. These talented individuals do not sing for fun like other artists. They sing to share their experiences in life, and that is why they move crowds when entertaining. They want their fans to know the struggles they have gone through in life, and it has worked for them.
Pall, known as one half of the duo The Chainsmokers came into his own, DJing around New York City describing it as ‘side work’ and a ‘little career’. His music grew from a hobby to consume his life. Pall got to the point he wanted to give his music his all. He was introduced to Andrew Taggert. Andrew had a pension for electronic music before the wave happened. In all actuality, the wave of electronic music wound its way throughout Taggert’s college experience. Pall and Taggert hit it off and the pairing made sense. Pall knew this by their conversations and how they evolved from what they themselves brought to the table into talk of drive and ambition.
Taking constant stock of who was on top in the business at the moment and frankly who was not making the cut. Being hard on themselves to become better because Pall believes people feel their music on a deeper level. Pall also conveys that discussion is important in bringing a concept to reality. Their real lives always being the constant thread throughout their music. Both are dedicated and have a heavy hand in every facet of their sound alongside other songwriters. Pall explains about feeling the pressure of an album and the fans wanting it. They just don’t want to compile songs that do not flow together. Wanting instead, a story that speaks of who they are now. Incorporating unique strong voices like Halsey is a part of that story.
Alex Pall shouts out to social media for helping him gauge what type of people are becoming connected to their music. He breaks it down to more international and a mostly even split between a male and female demographic of 16 to 25-year-olds. Seeing through his own mother walking into a room humming one of their songs he really knows their sound transcends age. They care that their music stirs an emotion. Forever changing audiences and new legions of fans mean forever evolving shows for Pall. There has always been the performance factor but it’s getting bigger. Pushing shows into festivals to bring fans new experiences. He knows becoming complacent in this business is not an option.