The Side of Alex Pall and the Chainsmokers as a Whole that You Didnt Know About

The Chainsmokers is the biggest band of our era, well-known for worldwide hit songs such as “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down”. It comprises of two partners; Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, the duo who have taken the music industry by storm. Particularly, they have broken the DJeing norm by Andrew Taggart actually singing alongside outsourced vocalists in an effort to insert vocals to their well-crafted electronic soundscapes. Alex Pall, on the other hand, has recently been in the limelight for acquiring a state-of-the-art home at Hollywood Hills.

The home speaks volumes of Alex Pall’s taste, creativity and hard-work. It was built in the 1930s and it was later renovated to give it a modern touch. Peti Lau, renowned interior décor professional, was tasked by Alex Pall to add magnificence and glamour to the interior of the home. Ms. Lau put her skills and expertise into practice and gave the interior of the house a glamorous look. The Alex Pall’s home is a manifestation of his success and the success of the Grammy-winning DJ duo.

The release of the hit song “Closer” took many by surprise, especially when Andrew Taggart took it to the studio and sang along Halsey, a celebrated artist. In an interview with Mathias Rosenzweig, they disclosed a lot about their career and the direction they are taking.

Back to where it all started, Alex Pall was always passionate about DJeing. He did DJeing around New York City and later, he got a job at an art gallery. This is where he met someone who introduced him to Andrew. They were a perfect match and started their music career together.

According to Alex Pall, they have kept re-evaluating themselves, trying new things, discovering themselves and finding themselves, what he said has kept them going. They now create music that people across all ages can relate to in a deep level. They literally write lyrics or rather contribute in writing them, in a move that sees them write about their real-life experiences. Alex Pall and his partner Andrew Taggart are dedicated to create music that impacts the life of people positively.

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The Chainsmokers new music takes a dark, existential turn, and it’s exactly what we need right now.

Alex Paul and Drew Taggert’s duo, “The Chainsmokers” blew up on the scene in 2014 with their hit song, #Selfie, and have continued to top the charts ever since. The CHainsmokers are known for linking together EDM bangers with billboarding topping pop sounds. They walk the line between dancehall DJ’s and pop-stars, and are well established in both worlds. For this reason, songs like “Closer” and “Roses” ring through the corridors of school halls, gyms, rec centers, and clubs.

According to Taggert, their music has always been a reflection of their generation, specifically navigating the disorienting and confusing times. Typically their music is upbeat, poppy, and caters to a wide audience, which accounts for their success in the mainstream music market. As a result, The Chainsmokers have teamed up with Coldplay, Daya, and Halsey. This intermingling with established artists, as well as newcomers to the scene only heightened their popularity.

With this success comes the pressure of repeating it. The infamous sophomore slump has always been dreaded by musicians wanting to stay on top. The chainsmokers, however, could easily repeat what they’ve done in the past. But Paul and Taggert are taking a turn into darker territory.

Taggert stated their next project is somber. It’s a reflection of the frustration of our modern world. It’s no secret tensions are high these days. Whether politically, socially, or economically, there is a significant struggle. People are frustrated. Technology and the new ways we relay information and related to one another is a confusing gift, and a dreadful curse. This new wave of Chainsmoker music is supposed to reflect these emotions, and contemplate our current global situation.

“Sick boy”, the newest Chainsmokers single already embodies this turn. The track portrays the personal struggles of the duo, as well as their interpretation of our global struggle in our age of connectedness. In a somewhat unexpected way, the EDM tones and pop vocals are delving into philosophical and contemplative territory about our times.

“How many likes is my life worth?” is the question posed, which is the anxiety of our generation. These new tracks display a new depth for the Chainsmokers. With authenticity like this, Taggert and Paul are sure to strike a chord with the younger generation who was raised on instagram and snapchat.

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Kim Dao Shopping in Ebisu and Shinjuku

Youtube vlogger kim Dao recently went out to lunch and did a little shopping in Ebisu and Shinjuku. Her experience was quite interesting. She forgot to have her morning coffee so Kim Dao was able to purchase a warm coffee in a bottle from a local vending machine. She met up with Chris and Sophie for lunch and found an adorably small hot sauce and decided to get noodles without bean sprouts in them for lunch. She shares her lunch with her boyfriend. They hung out at a friends house and played smash brothers and had some ice cream after making a large online purchase. After hanging out at their friends house, Kim and Sophie went shopping at the mall. Sophie wanted to get some new round shaped glasses. In Japan when you buy your glasses you get them done in about an hour with your set prescription. There is very little wait time to start wearing your new purchase. They stopped and did some shopping on their way to another eye glass store and found some adorable sailor moon mirrors and some eyeshadow quads. Kim Dao and her friend Sophie also had a fun time searching through all of the new anime items at the novelty shop. Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/kim-dao/

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