Alex Paul Talks About Instagram and His Live Shows in Interview

Back in July of 2016, The Chainsmokers released one of their biggest songs ever, Closer. The DJing duo spoke with the late Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine to promote the single. In the interview the duo spoke about their origins and how they got into the music industry.

 

Alex Pall grew up pursuing DJing as a hobby and eventually began doing small gigs in New York City, at this point in his career he described DJing as work on the side. When his manager introduced him to his band mate Andrew Taggart, Pall quit his job and the two of them started making music.

 

When Pall was asked by the interviewer about how he was so certain that they would be a success, Alex Pall told them that it was the ambitious attitude that the duo saw in each other. They were both very observant of what type of music was popular at the moment and he say that often they would work from 7AM til 9PM. (View: The Chainsmokers New Song Video)

 

The interview asked Pall about his experiences while working with Halsey, one of the vocalist on their new song, and Pall had nothing but positive things to say. He told Interview Magazine that Halsey was number one on the list of who they wanted to work with. “She’s incredible,” Pall said.

 

Pall was asked what type of people he believed resonated the most with his music and Pall praised Instagram for its ability to show him exactly who that is. Pall explains that it’s not just one type of person who follow them, they have become an international sensation for the age group of 16 to 25. Surprisingly, they seem to be almost even on the boy/girl demographic. Pall loves watching videos that people post on Instagram singing their music, citing a specific instance where a mother posted a video of her six-year-old singing some of The Chainsmokers’ songs. See This Article to learn more.

 

The interview closed with Pall explaining how their live show must change after this song releases due to his partner, Andrew, singing on the track. Previously, The Chainsmokers had only created the music, while leaving the vocals to guest’s artists.

Clayton Hutson Offers Budget-Friendly Turn Key Show Production

Playing an important role in the successful performances of the music industry’s biggest names makes Clayton Hutson a big name as well. He has been instrumental in the concerts of many pop singers and famous rock bands of today. Hutson has functioned as a live sound engineer and production manager of the concert performances of many music stars. He knows every intricate detail and the problems confronting concert performances and their solutions. He is now the head of his own professional group offering professional services in the music industry.

 

 

His expertise in live sound engineering and concert production management includes logistics and management, rigging and stage management, show production, production design, and monitor engineering. Hutson’s company offers a budget friendly arrangement with his clients because it is on a turn-key basis. That is why more and more clients are choosing him over his competitors. It doesn’t matter what kind of event is at hand, Hutson can provide all the sound and stage equipment requirements because his company offers a one-stop-shop solution. That means any event can be organized and held faster, safer and cheaper. Hutson’s experience as a live sound engineer and show producer is over 25 years proving that his talent and skills in this industry is worth every penny that he is asking.

 

 

Hutson’s interest in music started when he was a child and he has spent his lifetime working in the music industry. His love for music led him to make a career out of it. Among the famous singers whom he has worked with in the past include Kelly Clarkson and other biggies. He has also worked with famous rock bands like Garbage, Pink and Guns N’ Roses. Working with luminaries in the music industry is only one of the strengths of Hutson. He is also well-known for his talents in designing and testing of high-end stage and audio equipment. Hutson has an important role in the introduction of the very first DIGICO SD11 sound console in the market. He partnered with Aaron Lewis, Staind’s founder and front man, for this project.

 

 

Lewis and Hutson also worked together in 2011 producing the former’s country solo album. This is a stripped-down album that features Lewis’ various tours including performances in a casino, a live concert in a stadium with 50,000 seats, and gigs in churches and honk-tonks across the country. It is customary for Hutson to play many roles simultaneously during performances. He sometimes functioned as the FOH/.Monitor Engineer, or worked as a tour manager and production manager. Learn more:  https://www.crunchbase.com/person/clayton-hutson-1a2e

 

 

The RealReal Raises More Capital

The fashion and consumer retail industry is a very dynamic and challenging industry to enter. While many new businesses and brands can struggle to enter the space and gain market share, there are some businesses that are more successful than others and are able to gain attention for industry experts and consumers from an early stage. One retailer that has continued to be very successful ever since it was launced is The RealReal.

The RealReal is a retailer that was founded just seven years ago and has already developed into one of the top retailers in the fashion industry. The company, which is based out of San Francisco, focuses solely in the high-fashion and luxury market. The company has done very well with sales and has already raised a lot of capital that will help it continue to grow in the future.

While the company has grown well since it was first launched, it recently raised another $50 million in capital that will help to fuel growth even more in the future. The most recent $50 million in funding will bring the total funding for the company up to $175 million.

The RealReal will likely use the capital to further fund its expansion efforts. Today, the company has more than 800 employees that are based out of offices in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and other major markets. Having offices spread into these major markets is a huge advantage for the company. With these locations, the company is now able to meet with suppliers and customers on a daily basis as opposed to conducting business over of the phone or online.

Thus far, The RealReal has focused the vast majority of its business online. However, that could be changing. Due to the growing brand of The RealReal, there is a chance that they could expand into traditional brick and mortar stores as well. While this could be a good option for The RealReal, the company is continuing to evaluate the strategy. The main decisions to be made include the size of the store, which markets to open into, and how it should be managed.

Learn more about The RealReal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjD1O1piK6HoiZ-70sfkHpg

Waiakea Water Changes The Game

Water, something so simple and pure, yet so powerful and important. Years ago, buying bottled water seemed pointless. Why spend money on something you have seemingly unlimited access to right from your kitchen faucet? With findings in recent research shedding light on the many benefits of consuming bottled water, more consumers are turning off the tap for good. The recent shift in consumer behavior has offered bottled water companies a chance to rise to the top in the industry of bottled beverages. (See more info about Waiakea Water on Organic Authority: Waiakea Water: Redefines Sustainable)

 

With the competition now fiercer than ever, bottled water companies are constantly looking for ways to appeal to today’s consumer. Some companies choose a catchy slogan or tagline to catch the eye of their customers, while some promise an abundance of essential nutrients to help keep our bodies healthy and hydrated. One of those companies is Waiakea Water. A Hawaii based bottled water company, Waiakea Water specializes in providing a bottled water experience that is just as unique as its source. See This Page for more information

 

 

The origin of Waiakea Water sets them apart from their competitors. Let’s be honest, being able to say your drinking water straight from one of the most beautiful islands in the world is a major win. But, Waiakea Water doesn’t just stop there, the company has a filtration process that’s sure to blow your mind! Each drop of Waiakea Bottled Water is filtered through 14,000 feet or porous volcanic rock. This process replenishes water with essential nutrients and helps keep the pH of the water amongst the highest amongst its competitors. Aside from raising the bar on clean drinking, Waiakea Water is committed to promoting sustainability and plans to roll out the world’s first fully degradable water bottle this year. Waiākea prides itself on using high-grade 100% RPET, or recycled polyethylene terephtalate, for all of its bottles. RPET is post-consumer recycled plastic and has incredible environmental advantages.

 

These new bottles will reduce the risk of plastic waste ending up in our oceans and causing harm to the animals that live there. In September of 2012 Waiākea became one of the world’s first beverages ever to be awarded CarbonNeutral® certification. This was incredibly important to us at Waiākea, and for our continued efforts to preserve Hawai’i’s ecosystem.

 

Think about it, one bottle of Waiakea can help improve your overall wellbeing, and significantly reduce the amount of pollution that harms our planet each day.

 

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Jordan Lindsey

Jordan Lindsey’s introductory YouTube video on his channel highlights the importance of thinking about the bigger picture; this applies to many facets of life. As it pertains to forex markets and ICO, many Traders only look at quick money and returns of the week. In fact, a major trend running rampant through the trading world of social media today is to follow traders with expensive cars and luxury items, or to subscribe to trading “signals” and alerts. While this surely can be attractive, they all likely know that in the end they will have to rely on their own skills and abilities in the markets to sustain themselves longer term. Taking a steadier approach, Jordan’s life is by design and hard work. Moving from New York to San Francisco as an algo trader in the Financial Services in technology industry, Jordan is a self-taught programmer and systems architecture designer whose approach is more logical than the luxury-touting traders who frequent social media. (See more about Jordan Lindsey on Crunchbase: Jordan Lindsey))

 

 

Jordan is the founder of JCL Capital, and he created the first third-party verified algorithm in cryptocurrencies, based on the principle of supply and demand. Lindsey’s dream is to create a self-funding charity that helps better the world, and as a family man with a beautiful wife and three beautiful children, Jordan is constantly looking at the world around him to understand the ways in which things affect us both logically as well as emotionally. He loves to learn everything he can around him, and once watched the Steve Jobs movie “Jobs” on repeat for months on end, 20 minutes a time, in order to better grasp the mindset behind one of the greatest innovators of our century. See This Page for more information

 

Having lived in Argentina, Mexico, and Bosnia-Herzegovina where he met his wife he met his wife Giovanna, living abroad with his family has afforded him a broader perspective on life which helped him to create the first 100% transparent cryptocurrency trading bot for a lending program

 

Watch Lindsey on: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/users/58185/jordan-lindsey

Paul Mampilly Predicts the Fall of Apple.

Paul Mampilly says Apple is doomed. Mampilly is the writer of the investor newsletter Profits Unlimited from Banyan Hill Publishing. Years ago, however, he was one of the hottest money managers on Wall Street. He won the investing contest held by the John Templeton Foundation. BARRON’S called his hedge fund one of the best hedge funds in the world. He managed money for ING, Deutsche Bank and the Royal Bank of Scotland. A few years ago he gave up managing funds to make wealthy people even wealthier. He still loves to follow the markets and to find undervalued companies, but he prefers to do it for ordinary people, not the people who can already afford hedge funds.

Paul Mampilly certainly keeps his eye on trends in technology. He has made a lot of money by investing in tech companies. And he believes that in the near future his subscribers will make even more fortunes by investing in companies that make up the five megatrends he has identified.

However, Apple is not one of the companies he recommends. As he explains in a recent blog post, Apple has stopped innovating ever since Steve jobs died in 2011. Thanks to Jobs, Apple came out with the iPod in October 2001, the iPhone in Juune 2007 and the iPad in April 2010. However, since Jobs died, the company has not released any revolutionary new products. it has tinkered with its old products, bringing out upgrades, but that is all.

Paul Mampilly identifies several areas of technology where Apple is falling behind. That includes the computers children use at school. Years ago, Jobs credited some of Apple’s success to the widespread use of the Apple II in schools. That made the company popular with those children, so they kept buying Apple products when they grew up. Now, however, schools are using Chromebooks. That’s a computer that runs Google’s cloud software word processing, creating presentations and spreadsheets. Mampilly’s own children are using Chromebooks in school. It has a 58% market share in schools.

What’s even more threatening to Apple, Paul Mampilly points out, is the children are learning to use computers through voice commands rather than keyboards. Amazon and Google now have the lead in developing this technology. Apple had the lead, when it introduced Siri. But it stopped innovating Siri, and has lost ground to Google’s Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa.

Warren Buffett is keeping Apple’s stock up for now, but that won’t survive Apple’s business failure to innovate.

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