The Chainsmokers’ Alex Pall and Drew Taggert Push the Envelope with Dark EDM-Pop Hit “Sick Boy”

Released in January 2018, ‘Sick Boy’ came into play as the next phase of dynasty duo The Chainsmokers’ Alex Paul and Drew Taggart’s career. The Chainsmokers a popular EDM-Pop DJ duo had appeared to take a hiatus after not releasing a song in over nine months to create a darker and more mature project. The change of pace comes from the duo conscience growth and wanting to bring something more significant to this generations pains through powerful lyrics and an intense melody. In a recent interview with Hugh McIntyre from Forbes Magazine, Taggart the groups lead singer states “Sick Boy” is the first installment of the duo’s growth as artist and as people.

After breaking onto the scenes in 2014 with the top twenty single “#Selfie” following up with hits like “Roses”, “Don’t Let Me Down” and their Billboard Charts number-one single “Closer”, The Chainsmokers were well on their way to a record breaking career before taking almost a year’s break from releasing a new song. Listeners wondered what to expect from the group after such an unexpected pause. Then it happened, in January 2018 a new, dark and unfamiliar sound emerged from the group with its release of “Sick Boy.” The song is said to enlighten and address what it’s like to be alive while facing the darkness of what individuals from this generation are dealing with today. “Sick Boy” is just the tip of the iceberg for where the duo’s style and message is presently heading.

Pushing themselves lyrically, “Sick Boy” is the first of many gutsy dance tracks that raises the bar addressing the stipulations and results of being excessively involved with social media. The duo’s personal growth inspired thought provoking lyrics such as “feed yourself with my life’s work, how many likes is my life worth.” The stanzas are a powerful introduction as to what direction the Chainsmokers’ music is moving toward. Avid listeners and newbies to their sound can expect to hear more of this dark yet melodic style on their up and coming projects.

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Alex Paul Of The Chainsmokers Talks About Working With Halsey

The Chainsmokers are a popular band who rose to international prominence in 2014. They are a DJ duo made up of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart. Alex Pall originally had a different person in The Chainsmokers and they really began to take off once Drew Taggart entered the picture. They now had three successful albums under their belts and numerous singles. One of the things that sets The Chainsmokers apart from similar bands is that they are highly involved in writing and performing their own lyrics and vocal respectively.

Alex Pall says that when he met Drew they both knew they clicked professionally. They started out talking about their musical influence he says which progressed to what each of them wanted out of their careers and what they would do to achieve success. He says that he brought his DJ skills to the mix while Drew brought his ability to produce music. Alex Pall says that they both agreed they didn’t want to treat The Chainsmokers like a job but that they both did need to learn a number of things to really be successful.

In every musical genre it is hard to stand out from other performers, Alex Pall says. Everyone is trying to outcompete everyone else which is no different for DJ duos in the electronic genre. After starting out together he and Drew decided they didn’t want to just do dance music because they had a lot of other music types they liked. Eventually, this led to them blurring the lines between genres and becoming a bit electric, dance, indie, pop, and hip-hop he says.

Alex Pall says that it was a joy to work with Halsey on their song “Closer”. He said she was one of the artists they had really wanted to do a performance with for a while. He says she has a really strong voice and she is her own personality. The song was written by Taggart along with one of their mutual friends while they were on tour. Alex Pall says song marked a big turn for them since Taggart sang on it and they self-produced it.

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Successful music career of Cassio Audi

Cassio Audi may today be one of the distinguished investment and financial experts in Latin America, but this is not the only career that he has had in his life. During his early life, Cassio Audi was a professional musician. He was part of a five-member music band known as Viper. Cassio Audi joined the music band in 1985 and left in 1989. His main role in the band was that of the drummer. He also participated in composing some of the songs in the band’s first and second albums.

The Viper Rock band played a key role in spreading the heavy metal genre of music in the Latin America region. This was almost a new genre of music in the region but they were determined to introduce it to the people. The group went to another extent of producing their songs in English which is a second language in Latin America. However, despite all these factors, the band managed to hit the ground running very fast and were received warmly by the music fans.

Cassio Audi was part of the music band as they released the demo album as well as their first and second official albums. The last album that he was part of was known as “Soldiers of the Rising Sun.” The group drew a lot of their inspirations from a British heavy metal group known as Iron Maiden.

The first two albums were a total success as they were received very well by their fans. Even the critics rated their songs high. Cassio Audi participated in the bands live performances as they crisscrossed Latin America region promoting their songs. Although he left the music band at an early stage, he played a major role in promoting the heavy metal music in the region. Many of his fans back then believe that he was talented and stood a high chance of becoming a successful musician.

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