The Chainsmokers Look to Evolve With New Record and Direction

It would be easy to forget that The Chainsmokers are still a relatively new band in the world of pop music. Despite perpetually living on top of the Billboard Top 40, artists Alex Pall and Drew Taggart are still honing in on the skills that are going to carry them forward throughout their career. Recently The Chainsmokers released a new single, titled ‘Sick Boy’, and it showcased the new direction that the pop-DJ duo is planning on heading in. The Chainsmokers are calling this the next step in their new ‘era’ and it is looking like it’ll be the biggest one yet.

Alex Pall and Drew Taggart were just two musicians living and working in New York City when they were connected by a mutual friend. After being connected it was quickly revealed that the two had serious chemistry and similar aspirations in the world of music. So they quickly set to work and turned music into their job and their job into one of the biggest pop acts in the entire world. The ‘Closer’ and ‘Paris’ stars tapped in on an EDM/DJ craze that was either rising at the same time as them or rising BECAUSE of them. Either way, The Chainsomkers proved early on that they were here to stay.

With their early success, Taggart and Pall came to the realization that they had more freedom in how they were going to pursue their future endeavors. ‘Sick Boy’ marks a marked departure from how their past songs have felt. Taggart points out that ‘Sick Boy’ is the first track that the duo has released over the past nine months which is a dramatic departure from their typical, grind-it-out schedule of constant releases. Taggart says that they like to be ‘current’ with the pop culture scene but it was nice to sit back and have the freedom to take their time.

all have always been active in the songwriting department for their tracks, ‘Sick Boy’ is elevated more by their decision to put Taggart on lead vocals for the first time in the band’s career. Is this the beginning of a complete reinvention of The Chainsmokers?

Pulp Fiction: A Classic by Lawrence Bender

Lawrence Bender (born “Lawrence Kirk Bender) was born in New York City, New York on October 17, 1957 (aged 61). His mother and father both provided a humble living for him as history and kindergarten teachers respectively. He followed his grandfather’s footsteps and graduated from the prestigious University of Maine with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. Then, Lawrence Bender took an interest in dancing and even had a short career before injuries finally stopped him.

Lawrence Bender is highly regarded as one of the best movie producers of his generation with movies such as Good Will Hunting, Django, Reservoir Dogs, and Inglourious Basterds. He can also be attributed to the changing Hollywood landscape, where producers are more involved their films. With over two decades of experience in the movie industry, Lawrence Bender has accumulated experience and skills parallel to no one. As a result, he has earned six Academy Awards, including 29 nominations.

Lawrence Bender’s efforts are also beyond Hollywood. He is an active supporter of the environment and serves as a major political activist in the movie industry. Currently, he is the leading executive of CleanSource Power, a company dedicated to providing an efficient form of renewable energy. In addition, he serves on Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

One of Lawrence Bender’s leading films, Pulp Fiction (1994), accurately represents the mass reputation and culture that he uses. Pulp Fiction is highly regarded as one of the best drama/crime films of the decade.

The story revolves around two hitmen, commissioned by a mob leader, who are tasked to retrieve a briefcase. Moreover, the mob leader forces the hitmen to be accompanied by his wife. In a series of funny and action scenes, the three random strangers seem to form an affection for each other.

The movie also revolves around a boxer who uses the mob leader’s money to bet on himself and then accidentally kills his opponent. When the two finally encounter in a garage, they form a pact in which the boxer has to never return to the city and forget all that has happened to his dead opponent.,%20Inc.