Abul Mogard was born in Belgrade and spent most of his life working in a Serbian factory. Mogard states that he started making music after retirement as a way to reconstruct physical and emotional environments that were dear to him. His sound palette is created by synthesisers, farfisa organs and other devices, some of which he has built himself over the years.
"With an origin story as enigmatic as the music itself, Abul Mogard seems to have made an impact on everyone who hears his rich and moving work - from Thom Yorke to Rob Booth. His bitter tracks trigger a tortuous bliss rarely found in the world of contemporary electronic music" (Berlin Atonal 2017)