In his article,Rosenzweig(2016)describes how Alex Pall of the band The Chainsmokers began his love affair with music, works to build a powerful identity in the industry;and how he continuously aims to create music that emits warmth in a genre that is often regarded as cold and emotionless.
Alex Pall’s relationship with music was at first noncommittal. Music was a part of his life and occupied a lot of his time, but she was not his true love. Music was his mistress. Pall was a DJ on the side with a full time job. Until the day Pall had an epiphany :dance music was a bigger part of his life than he initially realized. He decided to make a proper woman of her, and pursue music exclusively, so he quit his job.
Rosenzweig states the rarity of DJ’s lending their vocals on their own tracks and about personal circumstances nonetheless. Alex Pall didn’t forsee a problem with Andrew Taggart singing on a song that he helped to write. Pall collaborates with the songwriters and also writes songs on his own. And it is commendable that he refuses to sit back and let someone else tell his story without his input. Pall wants to have his hand in everything because he wants to be a key part of shaping his identity in the industry. At this juncture, Pall wants to pin point exactly who The Chainsmokers are musically to encapsulate their sound so all the music fits together like pieces of a puzzle, cohesively.
Rosenzweig concludes that Alex Pall sets time aside daily to ensure he involves artistically.Pall aims to expose more facets of himself to his listening audience and manufacture engaging music. Pall,by staying true to his evolution will undoubtedly guarantee that fans will draw closer for years to come.