Alex Pall from New York City and Andrew Taggart from Maine were two individuals who had no realization of the possibilities that lay bare before them until the making of The Chainsmokers. Their commitment to always putting on a good show for their audience is fierce, and they always take into consideration the demographics of the people who are attracted to their style and created entities. This is mainly due to the logic that it would not be special or even a worthy occasion to just set up the disc jockey equipment and hope the people will like what they hear. No, they put in the extra miles to satisfy and answer to what is booming not only in the markets but in the hearts of the people who comprise the majority of their fan base. They also wish to capture, compare, and communicate peoples experiences, what is happening in society, and in their own personal situations as well. Apart from the robotic and mindless performances other artistically gifted individuals put on, The Chainsmokers add a soul into their performances through combining the genres of indie, hip hop, electronic, and pop into what can be described as emotions that transcend the drug culture that permeates the whole indie and hip hop scene. They even co-produce music with other people within the same soundscape as them to take their music into an even more unique direction. This is why one of their songs like Closer has about two billion views on YouTube. It is because they added in an understanding to common human situations that don’t involve stereotypical quotas and expectations surrounding their chosen style of music. The very nature of their art has been hard to even identify as The Chainsmokers because they are so original and creative that when combined with the contributions of other artisans the results turn out magnificent and well balanced.