A Long Time Running, Alex Pall

It wasn’t very long ago that if you mentioned Alex Pall, from The ChainSmokers! You would receive a more or less confused and befuddled face. I’m sure the two halves would feel the same not even 4 years ago, although back in 2012. The pair of dance music enthusiasts met each other through a mutual connection of Pall’s manager.

Pall a DJ working in New York City, in clubs, college venues, that kind of thing. The work was good but on the side of his actual job. It shortly became clear to Alex he wanted more from this business. Dance music was consuming his life, and everybody and their brother was doing DJ sets in New York at the same venues. After mentioning his want for more of a serious pull over Dance Music to his then and now manager. Andrew and Alex quickly met and immediately started working together.

Andrew Taggart, a producer from Maine still in college, had done a few sets of his own. Andrew or Drew as most people call him. Was also posting a bit on Sound Cloud. In Pall’s own words “an incredibly talented producer.” After meeting each other and working together for a short time. In Drew’s words “We just literally met and the next day started grinding every day in his apartment until we hit our stride, and four years later, here we are.” That was back in 2016, I wonder how they’re doing now! Let’s talk a little bit about the sweet side of becoming a world renowned Producer Duo.

Alex now owns and lives out of his home in the Hollywood Hills. Built in the 1930s, renovated in the 80s and 90s, his house had a distinctly industrial feel to it. As Alex’s designer puts it Ms. Peti Lau from New York. “The house had this built-in eclecticism.” Ms. Lau didn’t want to change this, and instead decided to work in each environment of the home, as it owns distinct area with different trademarks. The only area in his new home to be left almost untouched, was the bathroom. Which apparently taught Peti about design. In her own words, “This room really taught me that good design is eternal.” “Sometimes you can use inexpensive tiles and Venetian plaster for a little texture and create a killer bathroom”

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Clayton Hutson Always Helps Artists Get More Experiences

Clayton Hutson always knew he had talent when it came to musical engineering. He also knew his talent was an important part of how he could give people the right opportunities. There were things that allowed him the chance to keep doing things right and that’s how he pushed to make his experience the best it could be. Artists started approaching him for different things and that’s how they made sure they had someone who knew what he was doing. While he was the best in the industry, everyone knew what could happen to make things better. After he worked hard to come up with new opportunities, Clayton Hutson felt it was his responsibility to give the artists the things they needed to keep getting better. He also felt confident about the experiences the concerts promoted and the options people had to try different things.

 

For Clayton Hutson, the help he provided was something that made sense. He always wanted people to keep seeing positive experiences and keep getting more from the options they had. Clayton Hutson liked other people to try different things and liked them to realize they had someone who was interested in helping them. The industry changed often, but that didn’t stop Clayton Hutson from working hard to make everything better. He always did the best job possible so he could show more people how he was the best in the industry. Everyone received positive experiences because of the hard work he put into the business.

 

Thanks to the things he did, Clayton Hutson knew what it was like to help people. He also knew the industry was different because of everything he did. Clayton Hutson liked others to realize they had someone who cared about them and who cared what they were doing. Clayton Hutson always put other people first and made sure the artists had the best shows possible. All of this is what led to him working with big artists. Clayton Hutson would never have imagined himself doing the sound engineering for one of Kid Rock’s shows, but he went on tour with him. Learn more: https://about.me/claytonhutson