Alex Pall Has Taste; A Glimpse Inside His New Home

Alex Pall, one half of The Chainsmokers, turned to Peti Lau when he purchased a new home and needed it designed.

Alex Pall is known for his smash hits “Closer,” “Paris,” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” Along with Andrew Taggart, The Chainsmokers, in the last couple years, have taken over the music world. The Chainsmokers differ from other dance music because their music can be played casually in the car, and it can be played in the club.

It makes sense that a musical artist would turn to another artist to help him design his home. When Alex Pall purchased his home in Hollywood, he wanted it to be a true representation of himself. That’s why he turned to Peti Lau to give him a hand.

Peti Lau, an interior designer from New York, has worked in places ranging from Thailand to San Francisco and all points in between. In fact, she has her own style, which she calls AristoFreak. She defines her style as a blend of bohemian and aristocratic design choices. For Alex Pall’s home, she approached each room with an open mind, ignoring what she did with previous rooms. The result is a truly one-of-a-kind home. The house is truly fit for a rock star.

The living room has vibrant, green, black, and white walls which pops due to the bright red painting in the middle of the wall. Pall’s couch is littered with throw pillows of all shapes, sizes, and colors. Beside the bright orange couch is a unique table made out of yarn and wood.

Pall’s master bed room is nothing like any other room in the house. The floor is made of stone, and a fur rug sits at the edge of his bed. A piano is stationed just by the window. Above the piano is a sign that says “chalet”, a word which means a wooden house or cottage with overhanging eaves.

Alex Pall made the right decision by hiring Peti Lau to decorate his home.

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The Chainsmokers Latest Single “Sick Boy” Sets a New Tone for the Pop/EDM Duo

The Chainsmokers are making some headlines for the newest single “Sick Boy”. Beyond the single winning the favor of some of the more reputable critics in show business, the title is a change of pace of the duo. The Chainsmokers ran the risk of being mistaken for one-trick ponies. The duo has elaborately tip-toed the line between being a hit pop band and an underground EDM empire. Their hits have been flying for the last few years, and they seem to have had daily play on all of the major pop stations. In the clubs, that success was multiplied with their dance hits and pop hits synergy that offers the complete EDM experience.

“Sick Boy” is a little different. The newest single from duo Alex Pall and Drew Taggart is a darker more symphonic hit about the life of social media. The new song draws from the pressures of fame and the social media fetishization of people in the entertainment industry. The darker hit serves as a great accompaniment to previous work mocking similar ideas such as #Selfie and Kayne.

Let’s be clear; the Chainsmokers aren’t mocking social media, they are simply fully aware of the dangers surrounding it. After all, the duo actively takes part in social media on a consistent basis. Their new song is just a reflection of those experiences in a dark angry way. The band has worked on some darker material before. Whether or not you are aware of it, Logic’s massive hit “1-800-273-8225” was partially written by Taggart, and the song is definitely one of the darker hits of the last decade.

Times seem to be shifting. Taggart and Pall are just following that shift. Social media once gave people false hope, not it’s looking like the depression era is kicking in. With most modern pop music lending itself towards more depressing, dark undertones, Chainsmokers hit is in good company. Hopefully, this newest hit shows the world that the duo is far more than happy-go-lucky hits. The duo is coming out as true artists in the EDM/Pop fusion scene.

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The Chainsmokers, Alex Pall

The Chainsmokers have turned out to be one of the more main electronic music groups on the planet taking their own image of move tech music to the general population in a way which changes the way the world sees DJ’s as a whole.

Through the span of the most recent couple of years, The Chainsmokers have been changing the way electronic music has been seen by venturing out of the DJ stall and into the general population eye for a more preferred sound; The Chainsmokers have been hoping to take after the online networking picture made by Alex Pall for the gathering as he has turned out to be known as the showcasing master mind behind the twosome.

Both individuals from The Chainsmokers trust they convey something individual to the band and set out to make another method for investigating electronic music including a move outside the DJ corner to sing without anyone else on any of their tracks. Alex Pall trusts the need to sing their own melodies is all piece of the reality the DJs are engaged with the songwriting procedure and trust they are changing the modern perspective of the DJ realm for the better view in the general population eye; Pall himself has given vocals and was followed close by Andrew Taggart to tunes including a large portion of the best referred to specialists on the planet, for example, the artist known as Halsey.

Pall told Rosenzweig “She’s incredible. If you had asked us over the last year who was an artist that we wanted to work with, Halsey was number one on that list. She’s a very cool and unique artist. She has a very strong voice and she’s just very unapologetically her. That’s the kind of artist we like to work with”.

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