Chainsmokers, Musical Discourse
The Chainsmokers are a regular and average two guys who have achieve above average and extrodinady things with their talent and well honed and practiced musical skills which they now distribute worldwide to everyone who wants to play some music to enhance their lives and ultimately provide very high quality entertainment. The two met inside of an art gallery where Alex Pall worked at the time for money because at that time his music was only a side adventure before it became something massively awesome, and Andrew Taggart migrated to the City of New York after learning that Alex Pall needed a musician to complete his mastermind of musical artistry. They shook on it and shared their musical concepts to one another in an attempt to create that next perfect song that would rattle the ear drums of those who either knew of them or would soon become cognizant of their presence inside of the industry of music. Their music tailored to people who were not just into their style of music but to those who shared the struggles of the common world which is what Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall did to all of the music that they released into the world filled with current news and events. They added fragments of romance and human intimacy into a lot of their music which went against the grain to a lot of other bands who prefer to keep it simply to the electronic beats that could be heard in dance clubs and bars today. However, recently they decided to go against the grain again but in the direction that points to the uncomfortable topics most DJs do not venture into for whichever reason that be. Sick Boy openly and musically discussed the mental anguish that one may experience in trying to be popular on a social media site that feeds the culture of attaching one’s personal feelings of self worth to the the popularity that is attained when selling a false self that is in reality not the person behind the camera. They speak clearly and honestly in their work which resonates well with their fans.