When one talks about success, it’s always about money or any monetary value. It’s about how much wealth the successful person has or the amount of influence that they have received in their work. However, in the case with The Chainsmokers’ Alex Pall, success is the ability to create more music, evolve the creations and learn more from other artists. It is through such attitude towards success that Alex Pall has made The Chainsmokers one of the most relevant, flourishing EDM creators in the global music scene today.
Many of the important details that any interested and eager fan could read about The Chainsmokers is found in The Interview Magazine. It is there that readers can learn how the work relations between The Chainsmokers and artist Halsey started, and how the career of Alex Pall would look like as he is facing a lot of creative growth and changes in the many years to come. The article also revealed that what challenges Alex Pall today is to evolve his music and contribution to the duo band. He is now trying to master electronic tricks and other soundscapes that can give a human element to the kind of music that The Chainsmokers creates. EDM artists like deadmau5 are trying to distance themselves from their music by not having their faces shown. Alex Pall in The Chainsmokers wants to do something entirely different and opposite.
This new strategy of Alex Pall would mean that he would be singing his own songs, writing his own lyrics and he would also appear in the music videos themselves. His music would be more revealing now, weaving more sense of closeness and personal touch to every chord or lyric he writes. It is also detailed in the interview that Alex Pall now faces more pressure as they are still creating more music to a larger scale of people.
Now that the college students who listen to their music are now familiar with almost every kind of music, Pall feels this sense of pressure to create more elaborate stunts in their musical performances. This is because Pall himself admits that he doesn’t want to do the same things all over again. He wants every performance to be fresh, exciting and will give the audience the time of their lives.