Abul Mogard was born in Belgrade, Serbia and spent most of his life working in a metal factory. He approached music only in old age after his retirement.
Following two highly regarded cassette releases on Steve Moore and Anthony Paterra’s VCO Recordings label, and a series of compilations and split releases, Abul Mogard makes his cassette debut for Ecstatic Recordings with 'The Sky Had Vanished'. Three pieces, each unique in mood, but equally epic in scope call to mind the cinematic and emotional grandeur of Brian Eno, Fennesz or Tim Hecker.
A1. Staring At The Sweeps Of The Desert (18.28)
B1. The Sky Had Vanished (07.49)
B2. Desires Are Reminiscences By Now (09.33)