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Alex Pall and The Future of the EDM Music That The Chainsmokers Wants To Support

No matter how much marketing you do for a product that doesn’t touch base with its listeners, the product will never fly. It will never reach the destination it wants. It will never find the path that it aims because it’s the organic market that decides the success of the music. You can’t fake the organic. You can’t cut corners on that part. It’s the minority of the organic supporters that give meat to your aims in succeeding in the music or any art industry.

Fortunately, this is already something that Alex Pall and The Chainsmokers understands today. With all the music that it creates and the kind of new strategies the DJ duo aims, it’s not hard to imagine that they would still stay relevant, they would still reach organic markets and they would still be popular even without the kind of branding that false advertising gives.

The Ambition To Connect

In the Interview Magazine, we learn that The Chainsmokers wants to be more, to connect more and to create more emotionally deeper connections with its niche. When people in the music industry, or the EDM music industry for that matter, just wants to jump to music and do nothing but listen to faceless music, it doesn’t matter what the lyrics say or if at all there is a story to tell in the EDM music. In the case of Alex Pall, he doesn’t want to stick with just that. He wants to do more, to reach more in the core of a person’s emotional depth, and wants to make sure that it can innovate the music industry in ways that only The Chainsmokers can.

There are masterful soundscapes today that are still not chartered by the EDM music, and the good thing about Alex Pall is that he invests in the future of the industry. He makes sure that there are new ways that musicians are taking steps in establishing new moods, tracks, and modules for new opportunities in songwriting to appear. Fortunately, the new album and identity of The Chainsmokers will depend on the fact that it is going to create more changes in their lyrics.

https://www.interviewmagazine.com/music/the-chainsmokers