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Alex Pall Shaking the Music Industry

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Recently Chainsmokers released their hottest track “Closer” which was anticipated for by fans. Unlike their previous songs specifically “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Roses,” closer features Andrew Taggart, one half of the duo and Alex pall singing. Pall and Taggart are working to reveal themselves in the music industry more and more every day. They are working on being accepted as true artists who express thoughts and feelings in their music. Recently, the Chainsmokers did an interview talking about how music came to being part of their life, their radio banger and how their audience has grown.

Alex Pall was a DJ in New York, and then he worked as an art gallery where he realized dance music was taking most of his time because he was passionate about it. He was working then with their current manager who introduced him to Drew, and he got into music officially. Andrew Taggart was in college where he also had an interest in DJ and dance music, and he struggled by attending auditions and doing productions. Then he met a child who worked for Alex’s manager who told him there is a duo called Chainsmokers but one of them is leaving, and he thought Andre would fit the position. Andrew took a bus from Maine to New York, met Alex, they connected, and the next day they were making music, and four years later they have released “Closer.”

The duo was positive about making their career in music work. According to Pall, he knew it would work because they both knew what they wanted and they mostly had conversations about how they loved music growing up. They always had conversations about their album and how to get their audience to relate to their songs deeper and deeper. Taggart stated that is both challenging and easy to be a DJ duo when you want to build a strong identity as artists. The pair stopped limiting themselves to dance music, and they started releasing all kinds of music which were accepted by their fans such as “Roses” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” According to Pall, they have gone around the world three times to cater to the needs of their expanding audience.
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Lawrence Bender Films

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Lawrence Bender is a Hollywood producer with an impressive resume. As a producer or executive producer, he has almost 30 credits to his name. He even has a number of credits as an actor, as he’s appeared in minor roles in a number of his own films. Some of Lawrence Bender’s most notable films include classics such as “Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2,” “Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “Good Will Hunting.” The latter two received Oscar nominations.

Lawrence Bender has successfully produced a number of commercially successful blockbusters. Many of his successes came from collaborations with Quentin Tarantino, who directed a number of his films. My favorite Lawrence Bender movie is “From Dusk Till Dawn.” This movie has become a cult classic among Tarantino fans and horror fans alike. One of the compelling aspects of this movie is how it blends genres. It starts out as a crime drama and thriller. It does a great job of creating a character study of the kidnappers and the victims. The movie stars George Clooney and Tarantino himself as the kidnappers. The hostages are a family played by Juliette Lewis, Ernest Liu and Harvey Keitel.

The film is well acted, making you care for the hostages and also sympathize with the kidnappers. Harvey Keitel plays a father who was previously a minister who has lost his faith. This comes into play during the second act of the film where things take an unexpected turn. As the group stops at what appears to be a biker bar in the middle of nowhere, they soon find out that the place is overrun by ancient vampires. The criminals and their hostages must work together if they want to survive. This blend of two genres is what makes the film really stand out as something unique.

Lawrence Bender grew up in the Bronx and then New Jersey. He graduated from the University of Maine, but not with a degree in film. Instead, he studied civil engineering. He then sought a career in dance, but was sidelined due to an injury before finally getting into film making.

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