As one fifty percent of Harvard-bred indie pop duo Chester French, David-Andrew Wallach (or D.A. Wallach, expertly) increased from obscurity when he and bandmate Maxwell Drummey’s 2007 demonstration attracted the interest of both Kanye Western and Pharrell Williams. The music group became the main topic of a bidding battle and eventually agreed upon with Williams’ Superstar Trak label, where they released their eclectic 2009 debut, Like the Future. Along with his willing feeling of melody and penchant for traditional pop agreements, Wallach became a flexible collaborator with several acts beyond his use Chester French. This year 2010, he was tapped by Williams to co-write the tune “JUST HOW IT REALLY IS (Vector’s Theme)” for the film Despicable Me, and the next year he joined up with up with Jamaican manufacturer Supa Dups release a a small number of singles beneath the name D.A. as well as the Supa Dups. Pursuing Chester French’s 2012 LP Music 4 Tngrs, Wallach started working mainly on solo materials, releasing his initial two singles, “Plantation” and “Glowing,” in 2013 on Capitol’s Harvest Information imprint. His piano-led single work leaned intensely on traditional pop styles in the ’60s and ’70s, contacting to brain forebears like Paul McCartney and Elton John. Dealing with several collaborators like Pharrell Williams and songwriters Dan Wilson and Diane Warren, he documented his debut LP, Period Machine, that was released by Harvest in Oct 2015.