1. Introduce us to your project!
I’m Mosaics from Mobile, Alabama in the Southern US. I make emotional post-hardcore music.
2. How did you start out?
It all started when I left my metalcore band due to differences of opinion and belief and started trying to make music I’ve wanted to make since I was in middle school. This project is a lot of me pushing myself to do my best and express thoughts and feelings I’ve had in an environment to open up conversations with others who hve experienced similar things as a form of self-therapy and also investing in the community of people I’ve grown to know and love through music.
3. Describe your project’s sound
Existential and emotional post-hardcore.
4. What influences your craft?
Other artists who have paved the way like The Color Morale, books, stories, and movies I
enjoyed growing up, and the people in my life.
5. What makes your project different?
I really don’t have much for this question because I have a habit of overanalyzing things and trying to draw connections that may or may not be there, but I’d like to think one thing that sets me apart is the
6. When introducing people to your music, what song should I show them first? What is your quintessential track?
I’m not sure about “quintessential”, but one of the tracks most all-encompassing of my sound and plans that I’m most proud of is called “The Pain” and it’s releasing later this summer. The biggest song I have out right now is a short, sweet piece called Orchid.
7. What has been the biggest struggle in your career so far?
Honestly, time and money. Doing a band by myself for the first time is tough work and so
rewarding at the same time.
8. What has been the biggest highlight in your career so far?
People reaching out to me in support and also believing in these tracks, this project starts and ends with the people on both sides of the stage that make up these experiences and I’m thankful for these precious encounters.
9. How bright is the future of your project – what are the plans?
I wouldn’t describe it as bright. I would say that the opportunities I’m working towards and the artists/organizations I’m working with and looking ahead to working with are going to bring about some great experiences for all of us and we’re all REALLY excited.
10. When all is said and done, how would you like to be remembered?
I wanna be remembered as making a fun, safe environment for my listeners and myself in this endeavour and for being honest with myself and the people around me.