Alex Pall has always had a passion for music. While living in New York City he had gigs around the city that became a side job for him. He already had a main job that he did in the day but that passion for being a DJ stayed within him. The current manager that he works with now introduced him to Drew and the connection happened immediately. The two began working together, Pall quit his day job, and Drew moved to New York from Maine. This is where it all began for the two.
With these two working together a lot was being put out on the table. The had many discussions of their likes and dislikes in the music world. Pall says, “They both are aware of what was going on around them, who was killing it in the industry, and what worked and what did not.” Being aware of all this helped them to shape their identity in the industry. Pall and Drew work hard and meet on a daily basis to make things happen. The pair work hard at what they do not just because it pays bills but because it is what they love.
Pall says, “one thing we notice is that people relate to our music on a deeper level and we want that to be the case more and more.” With this being noticed the two make sure the constantly check themselves. Pall says, “It is a journey of self discovery. Trying to figure out whether something feels right or what it could entail.”
The two are in position of pressure because the fans want them to do another record and the recording label does as well. Pall says, “We are at the point where we really need to nail down who we are today and make a cohesive body of work.” They do not want a album like every other DJ album. They want their songs to be related to one another and tell a story.
The music is reaching all around the world. Pall says, “We are seeing places like South Africa and the Philistines.” They enjoy the many messages and videos of fans young and old singing their music. Pall says it best, “We do not care what you look like, where you are from, or how old you are. It is just that our music makes you feel a certain way.”