ATLANTA (AP) — The Chainsmokers duo is looking to mesh its EDM-style with some of the most popular songs from music icons such as Ray Charles, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears and Beyonce during a one-night only performance in July.
The Grammy Award-winning duo told The Associated Press about its plans for the Pepsi Generations Summer Music Campaign at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on July 24. The campaign was created to honor decades of music icons by placing their images on Pepsi cans.
Chainsmokers’ Alex Pall sorry for comment about China
One half of the pop-electronic duo The Chainsmokers has apologized for saying he wouldn't bring his dog to China.
Coldplay's new EP features rapper Big Sean.
The rock band have unveiled the full track-listing for 'Kaleidoscope', and aside from releasing the single 'All I Can Think About Is You' - available to download and buy now - they've confirmed the 29-year-old hip-hop star features on the song 'Miracles (Someone Special)'.
Cheat Codes used to see The Chainsmokers as rivals.
The EDM trio - who teamed up with Demi Lovato on 'No Promises' - look up to the 'Paris' hitmakers and felt they were competition in the beginning when they supported them in 2015, but they've come to realise they have a very separate sound and are more "Blink-182 EDM", which is not what they do.
Matthew Russell - who is joined by bandmates Trevor Dahl and Kevin Ford in the outfit - doesn't think it is "healthy" to compare his group to other acts.
The Chainsmokers light up Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport this week with a Thursday night concert, April 20.
Drew Taggart and Alex Pall kicked off their 40-city “Memories: Do Not Open” arena tour earlier this month, and are celebrating the release of their first full-length album.
The Chainsmokers, "Memories... Do Not Open" (Columbia)
The Chainsmokers wowed with their infectious single "Closer" and gave Coldplay a trendy EDM makeover on "Something Just Like This." But high hopes for a whole album by the DJ duo of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall have gone up in smoke.
The Chainsmokers have brought out Chris Martin's inner "raver".
The chart-topping electronic dance duo - comprised of pals Alex Pall and Drew Taggart - teamed up with the Coldplay frontman on their duet 'Something Just Like This Year', which was unveiled at the BRIT Awards last Wednesday (22.02.17), and producer Alex says they unleashed the 39-year-old rocker's secret love for dance music by collaborating on the EDM track.