Alex Pall Interview About The Chainsmokers

It’s astounding how the Chainsmokers rose from obscurity to worldwide fame in such a short time. Nevertheless, they have since become an indelible staple of the music industry. Alex Pall recently sat down for an interview to discuss how the DJ and production duo first got their start and where they plan to go with their career in the future. The two first met in the big apple when Andrew Taggart was matriculating at a local university and Pall was taking various DJ gigs in and around the city. It was Pall’s manager who first introduced them and, from the moment they met, they knew they would work well together. Afterward, Taggart dropped out to work with Pall on music full time and, before they knew it, they had released their first hit single, Selfie. The rest, as they say, is musical history.

What separates them from a lot of other DJs is the fact that Pall actually sings on their songs. However, he believes it’s essential to their music-making process, insisting it’s important for him to sing on their tracks since the lyrics pertain to his life. After collaborating with Halsey, he praised her unique, individual style and mentioned that she’s the kind of artist they would like to continue working with in the future. They also discussed the fluctuation of their fanbase. It used to be mostly college students but it has since expanded to include people of all ages.

Despite the pervasive fame, he said that he doesn’t take a single bit of it for granted, stating how grateful he is for everyone who listens to their music. He then went on to discuss their live shows. Some artists don’t sing live during their concerts, but the Chainsmokers certainly do and Pall has said he is particularly proud of this fact. And they don’t plan on going anywhere anytime soon. They believe that if they take time off from making music, things simply won’t be the same when they return. So we wish them the best of luck in their future musical endeavors and hope they have continued success.

Lawrence Bender is a Film Producer, Responsible for the Production of The Mexican

Lawrence Bender is a film and television producer, working on shows such as an Earthsea miniseries, Nancy Drew, Kill Bill, and many other production. Despite the long list of Bender’s accomplishments, he originally didn’t have an eye for the film industry. Out of high school, his initial plan was to become a civil engineer, even studying at the University of Maine, gaining a degree in civil engineering.

Lawrence Bender, after college, worked as a grip on popular television show Tales from the Darkside. This marked his first job in the entertainment industry, but he found real success as a film producer in 1992. Reservoir Dogs marked Lawrence Bender’s first collaboration with Quentin Tarantino.

Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, From Dusk till Dawn, Jackie Brown, and Inglourious Basterds are the other collaborative efforts of Bender and Tarantino.

Outside of the work with Tarantino, Lawrence Bender has found success as well. The Mexican, Dirty Dancing 2, and Knockaround Guys are also productions of Bender.

The Mexican is one of Bender’s most successful films. The film stars Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, and James Gandolfini. The plot focuses on a dysfunctional couple and their struggles with organized crime. The protagonists of the film are indirectly involved in the crime family after a traffic accident leaves a prominent gangster dead. Brad Pitt’s character is held responsible for the accident and is tasked with a variety of jobs in order to pay back the crime syndicate.

Brad Pitt’s character’s final mission is to retrieve a gun from Mexico, but he experiences a series of betrayals and mysteries along the way. He gets arrested, stranded, and threatened by multiple people on his travels.

The movie released in 2001 and grossed almost 150 million dollars at the box office.