Members Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart were recently interviewed and discussed their love for music as well as their new track release. Both singers began showing interest in DJ-ing to start their career around college and felt a strong desire to pursue it; they felt real passion in the tracks they played. Seeing the amount of wealth several other disk jockeys were accumulating, Drew was beginning to become very excited to try making a career out of this.
Drew got word a spot was available in a DJ duo which is where he met Alex four years ago. By working together and using Andrews marketing and social connections in conjunction with Alex’s producing abilities, they were able to start shaping an identity for themselves. Both artists focused really hard to become better and better every day, succeeding in their goal to allow people to connect with their music on a deeper level as they did.
The two realized that having exceptionally open discussions and simply sharing their own ideas when it came to anything from beats, gigs, or albums, was always the best way to go that way they can work together to make the best music they can for their fans. Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart strongly feel that they are constantly changing as artists and it is shown in their songs today. They like to be two years ahead of the new big song they release that way they keep the tracks fans love coming.
The two agree working with artist Halsey on their album was beneficial as well as fun. They really believe working with people that have the same type of energy and love to voice their opinion clearly comes through in the music. The boys are thrilled being able to see their fans connect with their music the way they always dreamed through social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. The increase in their crowd; however, has made their shows alter slightly, of course. The boys are always looking for new and exciting ways to improve their shows to keep themselves and fans happy.
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— Alex pall (@AlexPallNY) June 18, 2016