The rise of Alex Pall as one of the Chainsmokers duo

Mathias Rosenzweig engaged Alex Pall in an interview as he tried to establish the identity of the duo. He also talked about the new track. The interview also sought to identify how the duo plan to evolve due to their growing audience. In regards to the question of how the duo started working together, Alex Pall grew up as a DJ since it was his hobby, so he used to DJ in New York City. He also had a passion for arts and started working at an art gallery. It was when he was still working at the gallery that he took a liking in dance music. He was later introduced to Drew by his current manager. That is how his journey in music started.

Andrew Taggart, on the other hand, was still in college when he met Alex. He got to know Alex through another person who worked for Alex’s manager. Andrew was informed about the duo called the Chainsmokers where one of the DJ was leaving and Alex wanted to bring another DJ on board. Andrew went to New York City from Maine where he met Alex and the two became close at the first site.

The duo knew it would work out for them since both had something to bring to the table. They were both ambitious and driven towards a common goal. The duo worked towards shaping their identity as music artists. The two had similar core values a fact that has held them together for this long.

Alex says that Halsey is incredible. The duo had for a long time wished to make a song with Halsey due to her strong voice and her uniqueness as an artist. The song Closer was written by Drew and someone else on their tour bus. In regards to the changing demands of their audience, Alex asserts that they keep pushing themselves into becoming creative in their performances.

 

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Lawrence Bender Produces Television, Music Videos, and Documentary Films

Lawrence Bender holds a degree in civil engineering from the University of Maine. He also pursued a life as a dancer for a short period of time, before facing a career ending injury. Now, alongside Quentin Tarantino, Bender creates some of the best movies America have to offer.

Quentin Tarantino and Lawrence Bender formally operated a production company, A Band Apart. This production company handled a majority of Tarantino’s films, but it also made possible several other classic films like Good WIll Hunting.

A Band A Part shut down in 2006, but Bender didn’t leave the film industry. He created a new production company called Lawrence Bender Productions.

In addition to film and television, Mr. Bender has produced a handful of of live concert DVDs. His involvement in the music industry also includes over a dozen music video production credits.

Seven Seconds

A recent production from Lawrence Bender is Seven Seconds, a Netflix original series. This series shows the point of view of two groups of people involved in a tragic accident: A New Jersey police department & the family of a child who was ran over by a police officer.

The narrative revolves around the internal conflict of a man who, while talking on the phone, runs over a 15 year old boy on bicycle. His friends in the police help him cover up the tragedy, but things turn for the worst for the police when it is discovered that the boy isn’t dead.

Meanwhile, racial tensions grow in the New Jersey community.

Countdown to Zero

Lawrence Bender is also a producer of several documentaries. One of these documentaries is Countdown to Zero. The film is all about nuclear war, and it argues that the threat of nuclear war has increased, not decreased, since the Cold War.

The film was directed by Lucy Walker, a British documentary film marker, and it released in the United States on July 23rd, 2010.

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