MOZΛRT

Producer, Beat-Maker, Mixing

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Brandon 'MOZΛRT' O'Sullivan delivers extravaganza of genres of beats. His best works have mindsets to it that melts people's heart and opens the doors wide of Hip Hop & R&B like different than ever before.

Brandon O'Sullivan, known as MOZΛRT and 1/3 of the collective MDMN, is a composer and producer based in Pembroke Pines, Florida. He started making music in 2011, but then start releasing music two years. The approach in music varies in different ways. He likes to listen to other genres to get inspiration on compositions and sound design. The sound is accessible with Hip-Hop-style production mixed with Avant-garde he goes for mostly when he’s making music. What's important to him is helping his family eat and help push the sound forward. Music is his life, and he loves what he does daily.

Born in the late 90s, taught how to play strings and later to become one of the most versatile multi-instrumentalist producers in this generation. This is the producer that would reinvent music once again; a talented young man definitely knows music from the heart and soul. MOZΛRT has yet to make a name for himself, by coming to this world to epitomize Hip Hop & R&B music in its purity of form and melody. The sound is accessible with Hip-Hop-style production mixed with Avant-garde he goes for mostly when he’s making music. His influences range from J. Dilla, Frank Dukes and Lex Luger, to David Axelrod, Quincy Jones, Isao Tomita, Herbie Hancock, Jean Michel Jarre, Brian Eno and Edgar Froese. He's released five studio albums, seven beat tapes and eight EPs.

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Interview with MOZΛRT

  1. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  2. A: I'm working on multiple projects with my group called MDMN. We released an R&B project dedicated to black women and we're willing to pick up where we left off in the next coming months. Also, just dropped my recent album called "Until Tomorrow."

  3. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  4. A: Making music. Plain and simple. I create music to express myself. When I started as a violinist, it was my passion to tell the people around me what I want to do in the future. It's not just playing the keys, programming midi drums and just finish mixing the track. I have to know where the direction is heading in a composition without getting repetitive.

  5. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  6. A: Headphones, Laptop, Audio Interface, Bluetooth Speakers, Hard Drive

  7. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  8. A: I started making music in 2011 and releasing music in 2013.

  9. Q: How would you describe your style?

  10. A: My approach in music varies in different ways. I like to listen other genres to get inspiration on compositions and sound design. The sound is accessible with Hip-Hop-style production mixed with Avant-garde I go for most of the time when I'm making music.

  11. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  12. A: I work in genres like Hip-Hop, Pop and R&B. Outside of my first three albums, I ventured away from those genres to focus more on Meditation music, Reggae, Jazz and Cinematic orchestras.

  13. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  14. A: My strongest skill is to give my all into a song. Making sure I listen to it multiple times before I consider making any changes.

  15. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  16. A: Growing up, I listen to wide variety of old school and new school music. But J. Dilla really changed my life for the better as I started getting into music production more. It was the moment I listened to the instrumental track called "Waves" from the Adult Swim channel and eventually picked up the "Donuts" vinyl. My influences range from J. Dilla, Frank Dukes and Lex Luger, to David Axelrod, Quincy Jones, Isao Tomita, Herbie Hancock, Jean Michel Jarre, Brian Eno and Edgar Froese.

  17. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  18. A: Headphones Laptop Audio Interface Bluetooth Speakers Hard Drive

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Gear Highlights
  • Universal Audio Apollo Twin
  • Weiss DS1-MK3
  • Yamaha HS7
  • Upright Piano
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