Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Taggart’

Alex Pall gives insights on his experience in the Chainsmokers band.

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Taking one step at a time and embracing growth is one of the things that has contributed to the growth and success of the famous music duo, the Chainsmokers. Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart started off as Djy’s; they have however managed to be on top list of the best musicians.

Alex Pall has always enjoyed music and since a young age has taken music as his hobby, changing his hobby to a career did not seem possible, but Alex stepped out of the box and was able to turn his hobby to a full-time career.

Andrew on the other hand also enjoyed music, while in college his colleagues made fun of his taste in music and despite this managed to stay strong. His style of music and dress code has emerged to be a favorite among many.

The two Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart met in an art gallery, at the time they both shared a manager, and the manager saw the potential they had as a group, and he introduced them. Weeks after their meeting. Alex and Andrew would meet up for coffee, and before they settled on becoming partners, they developed their friendship.

During the meeting, Alex and Drew discovered they had a lot in common, and this was a sign that working together would turn out a success. Alex Pall recently opened up on his journey in the music industry and gave insights on how they have managed to shine.

Both Alex and Drew have a background in Djying, this, therefore, makes the good producers, but they have identified their strengths and in the past few projects have worked closely with songwriters who would help them express how they felt.

Understanding what you can do, is very important in any business as it ensures one attains the very best and the chainsmokers have understood that expressing their feelings and allowing people to relate with their experience gives their music a personal touch.

The chainsmokers have become a global success and have recently been on tours to ensure they interact closely with their fans, and this has helped reach new listeners.

https://www.allmusic.com/artist/alex-pall-mn0003257245

The Chainsmokers, Notated Verbalization

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart double team the renown and famously titled Chainsmokers which strategizes their musical direction towards breaking social norms of listeningbtovthe style that is so prevalent in todays culture. When writing about music it is unavoidable to not discuss how music shapes the cultures of the generations yet to come in the present and future periods of time. Since music has interweaved itself into the subconscious realms of the social functions of today one might ask what needs might need to be filled for the human void to be that much more satisfied. It is the Chainsmokers who discuss not just things that shape the culture around the individual people today but who also and more importantly talk about the culture that is prevalent and prevailing in society today. The Chainsmokers go above and beyond just providing entertainment as a commodity and luxury to the masses who want to tickle their eardrums with pleasant noises and they incorporate very real explanations on what is actually going on in todays current world as well to educate the younger generations of what it is they should be cognizant of instead of feeding out the junk so commonly discovered in musical sectors today. Their latest work Sick Boy for example describes and immerses in the engrossing details of pressure that occurs within the human brain when using social media sites. Narccissm has crept it’s way into the cracks of Facebook and Twitter to those who like to frequently check in on who likes what and who’s profile looks better than others. Although it was not the original intention of the founders of such business systems, the negative aspects of social circles have multiplied times ten in the areas which entail that performances and appearances equals one’s worth and self respect. Therefore, because of the obvious nature which permeates the circles of Facebook and Twitter, this provides an exact opportunity for The Chainsmokers to verbally elaborate on what is going on through their bold yet truthful and intelligent lyrics. Yes, this stems from their anger and frustration to keep to their values of real human connectedness despite the social norms of todays apparent use of technology.

 

https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/8099170/the-chainsmokers-new-song-video