Alex Pall and Andrew Teggart met in 2012 with the help of their manager Adam Alpert to form a dance music production duo. The two have already become a household name in the music industry with only two years after the release of their single “Selfie” in 2014. The anticipated song “Closer” which will feature Hasley is expected to be different from the past productions as it will have Andrew singing.
Many DJs often do not bother to be involved in the creation of the song; they prefer songwriters and vocalist to deal with the lyrics and singing as they deal with the electronic production of the music. The duo stands out as they are actively involved with the songwriters to produce their content. The message conveyed by the song normally involves issues common to the society such as effects of the social media.
“Closer” deals with the topic of love and more specifically breakups. The song explains how the two met and the reason they broke up. Alex Pall was involved in dance music even before meeting Andrew as it was a hobby to him. Alex used to juggle between work and creating music in New York before he fully settled to producing and his manager introduced him to Andrew. Alex was not sure of venturing into full-time production of music as it was more of pleasure to him than work.
The two clicked almost immediately as they started meeting regularly and started producing songs and performing. They have come to learn a lot over the time they have worked together that have enabled them to receive awards along the way.
Building identity in the electronic genre has never been easy as there is a lot of similarity between different artist. This makes the competition in such an industry stiff and for one to emerge the best one has to alter production to a different version consistently. The duo has however changed their perspective and are now taking a different approach from straight-up music. “Roses” and “Waterbed” are an illustration to the changes they are implementing to stand up ahead of the rest.
Staying relevant in the music industry over an extended period is very difficult. There is always someone new with a new and improved style to compete with. It is especially difficult for those behind the scenes. The producers, writers, engineers, and managers have the hardest tasks in the industry. Technological advancement and new trends in technology it to some a disadvantage and some an advantage. Those who use technology to their advantage are tasked with the burden of always looking out for what is new and trending and how to incorporate it into the services they provide. Many have come and left the industry due to failure to keep up and deliver but not Clayton Hutson.
Clayton Hutson is the owner of a firm that provides service to musicians and event organizers. In his firm, he offers tour management services, concert management, sound engineering services, concert designing and production services among many other graphical and technological services. Clay personally is a terrific audio engineer who started out in the industry as a marketer.
Clay Hutson has worked with some of the most prominent artists like Pink, the band Guns and Roses, Kid Rock, One Republic, and Garbage. He has been part of some of the most successful world Tours like the Bleed like Me tour by Garbage in 2015 that took place in various parts of North America, Europe, and Australia. For this tour, he worked as the monitor engineer with his company contracted as the concert designers. He also participated in the Honda Civic Tour in North America and Asia by One Republic where he was the automatic rigging system operator. Recently, he toured with Aaron Lewis as a tour manager and audio engineer. He took this job to be the first person to operate and experience DIGICO’s latest console. This goes to show the extent he will go to advance his technological base. Learn more: http://www.prosoundweb.com/article/digicos_inaugural_sd11_makes_world_debut_on_tour_with_staind_frontman_aaron/
Clayton Hutson studied Theater Design in the University owing to his passion for especially the art of music. After nearly a decade in the industry, Clay Hutson remains to be one of the most sought-after professionals.