Alex Pall of the Chainsmokers Talks Music, Fame and Succeeding In Their Endeavors

When you talk about Chainsmokers as a band you may wonder who make up this duo group. The Chainsmokers is an EDM-pop group consisting of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. The two gentlemen a responsible for the writing, recording, and production of their work. They are widely known for their catchy music that comes with lyrics that easily grasp the attention of many young people. They have collaborated with big names in the music industry including Coldplay, Halsey and many other gifted electronic artists.

Since they started, they have been interviewed by many professionals in the entertainment world. In most of their interviews, they promise their listeners the best and will not disappoint. Andrew in a recent interview talked on how their fans find them darling and true brothers. Alex Pall also made it clear that they were not just in the business to make music but to stack the money and get beautiful girls. Nevertheless, they have been keeping it real and stayed focused since they released their first album.

Alex Pall makes it known that music has been his passion and it all started as a hobby and he grew up DJing around New York City. He met his collaborator drew as he is widely known via an introduction by his manager. They went to state that they both loved electronic music and there was no turning back when they started making music together.

Both Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart have grown to appreciate their undertakings and have been working hard to fulfil their dreams in a sector dominated by millions of musicians DJs and producers. Alex also said in the interview with Interview Magazine that they have been “formatting themselves” in the sense that they have been trying and working hard to make better music and one that resonates with their listeners worldwide.

Alex Pall goes on to say that they have been trying to make music that talks about their real lives and have also been working with different songwriters. The Chainsmokers duo also feels grateful to have worked with Halsey on their amazing record “closer.” They also said that they are thankful for social media platform such as Instagram that has greatly connected them to their fans from all the walks of life.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/chainsmokers-dj-alex-palls-super-hip-hollywood-home-1530292559

The Chainsmokers “Closer” Gains More Notoriety with Diamond Certification

“Closer” the 2016 hit by the Chainsmokers and Halsey has garnered diamond platinum certification. This is a huge development for both the Chainsmokers and Halsey and represents a seminal accomplishment many artists do not make. Diamond status is awarded to singles and album that sell over ten million units. “Closer”, which was written by Taggart, bolted to the top of the Hot 100 shortly after its release. It proved to be hotter than the summer of 2016 and sat on its chart-topping throne for quite a while. It reigned supreme on the all-genre top lists for so long it eventually garnered fourth longest-running No. 1 hit in the history of the U.S. This would be the first of many accomplishments to come. The Chainsmokers have a habit of producing work that goes on to become as old as they are. As they have been around for a mere four years, their new music still charts with older hits.

The Chainsmokers came to be in 2012. The EDM duo of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart were relatively unknown until they broke out in 2014. Their first hit single, “#Selfie” debuted the catchy beat audience still cannot get enough of. By 2016 however, they had much more to show. Not only had they become integral parts of their song-writing, Taggart himself was taking lead vocals on songs. The duet quickly singled themselves out form the rest of the pack. Their first album release, “Memories… Do Not Open” was a refreshing success. It would go on to garner third longest running non-consecutive No.1 on Billboard. Soon after they would produce “Closer” and the industry would finally regard them as artists.

“Closer” would go on to nab a smattering of awards, and would also earn all three artists their first Grammy nomination. Now it sits atop the hill once more. Diamond certification is a very sought-after accolade in music circles. The artists broke the news to their fan base with a series of posted photos on Instagram. The news cannot come at a better time for Pall and Taggart, as the duo is in the midst of planning their second studio release.

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Marc Beer’s Latest Venture, Renovia Receives Funding

Marc’s Journey

 

Marc Beer is the Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and Co-founder of the startup known as Renovia Inc. Marc has over 25 years of professional experience in the fields of pharmaceuticals, biotech, health diagnostics, and devices. Marc completed his graduation in business in 1987 from the Miami University. Over the years, he developed excellent business and management skills. He worked with many startups and took them to success as well as working as an advisor.

 

In 2000, Marc founded ViaCell as its CEO. This company focused on biotechnology and used it to develop blood stem cells. Leading the company for 7 years, Marc took ViaCell from zero to a full-fledged commercial organization with the employee tally going beyond 300. In 2007, ViaCell was bought by PerkinElmer.

 

Marc has also served in many other organizations in key positions. He has been a member of the board of directors of a Pharmaceutical company, known as Erytech Pharma. Other biotechnological companies where he has worked include Good Start Genetics Inc., Genzyme, Abbot Laboratories and Minerva Neurosciences Inc.

 

Marc Beer and Renovia

 

His most recent venture is Renovia, a biotech company that focuses on women’s health, started in 2016. Recently, Marc has successfully managed to receive funding in a series B round which amounts to $32 million and $10 million dollars through venture debt. He is aiming to develop products that could help diagnose a pelvic floor disorder. According to estimates, as much as 250 million women might be affected by it which clearly show how much of an impact this product could make.

 

As of April 2018, Renovia got its first product approved which is named as Leva. The funding received by Renovia would help in the development of four more products, while Marc also aims to improve Leva and introduce a newer version of the product. While announcing the funding, Marc appreciated the investors for their financial support and showed his intentions to focus on using technology to solve health-related problems. Learn more: https://www.slideshare.net/MarcBeer

 

Renovia intends to develop products that would treat pelvic floor disorders by making pelvic muscles stronger. It would used approved and tested devices along with data management through apps or other software that could be used by the patients. This would help patients take control of their pelvic health.

 

Marc Beer and Renovia are using technology and innovation to solve health problems. While a large number of women are facing the pelvic floor disorder, a biotechnological startup like this, which makes full use of modern science, could be a lifesaver for so many women out there. Future prospects also look great as Renovia is receiving a good amount of funding and has 4 more products in development. Marc’s vast experience in the field of pharma and biotech could be key here and can make Renovia solve women’s health issues.

 

Making Hits with Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard one of The Chainsmokers’ hit songs. In fact, their song “Closer,” featuring artist of the moment Halsey, is now the longest-running number one dance hit of all time. The group, comprised of friends Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, have changed the way listeners look at DJ groups. They sing their own songs, write their own lyrics, and are working to weave intimacy into a genre too often focused on just beats. A recent interview with Paul reveals the secrets to their success.

Pall was DJing as a side job when his manager introduced him to Taggert. The two immediately began working together, with Pall deciding to focus on music full time. He states that he knew the group would work from the beginning because both he and Taggart were incredibly driven and observant. They played to each other’s strengths and constantly discussed the bigger concepts behind their art, leading to the cohesive sound we hear today.

From early on, the duo took a “why not” approach to singing their own songs. Most DJs aren’t writing their own lyrics, but Pall states that The Chainsmokers’ songs are about their lives. They’re constantly inspired by their fan base, which they’re able to connect with because of social media. They pour that inspiration into their live shows, which Pall describes as “an entirely curated show” not unlike a festival. The production value is always high, which keeps fans coming back for more.

In light of the group’s success, Pall says he’s not resting on his laurels. He acknowledges that when DJs take long breaks, they sometimes struggle to come back the same. This is why he and Taggart constantly push to create new content.

He seeks to continue to be on the forefront of pushing new boundaries and providing his audience with new experiences.

One thing is for sure – whatever the duo comes up with next, they will have an eager audience ready to hear it.

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