Alex Pall is synonymous with catchy musical curation and great hits. As part of the best EDM group, Pall continues to redefine this musical niche. His musical journey is arguably one of the most exciting adventures to music. Although he previously worked in a formal job, music to him was his best way to reconnect with himself. In one of his recent interviews, Alex Pall pointed out that he was confident that he would get into music at one point in his career. His time at an art museum gave him a chance to explore the New York musical scene.
Alex Pall attributes the success of this specific group to how they have always approached music. To them, music is always a tool of expression apart from being their occupation. Therefore, as a group, Pall points out that they always give their music the best input. It is because of this reason that the music-writing process is essential to them as a group. Unlike the other mainstream EDM groups that source songwriting services from other people, Pall points out they are part of creating process. In case they are collaborating with another artist, they prefer co-writing. This approach has always given the group a signature is their lyrics.
In order to remain competitive and inspiring, Alex Pall points out that they regularly share musical projects with other artists in the genre, Spotify, for example, has been instrumental in their growth as a group. Chainsmokers additional creative points out creating playlists on this platform enable them to push an inspiring sound to the consumption world. Other platforms such as YouTube and Apple Music serve as the group’s alternative platforms for sharing their work.
In the last three years, Alex Pall has been impressed by the Chainsmokers expansion in the music consumption world. More specifically, Alex points out that the group has penetrated in geographical areas that no other EDM act has been able to grasp. This expansion according to Pall has inspired them as a group to restructure their world tour to include other countries such as South Africa and Asia.