Abul Mogard used to work in a factory in Serbia. Upon retirement, he missed all the factory noises so much that he decided to recreate the ambience through the medium of electronic music. What resulted is this kind of reassuring, repetitive, very laid-back sound. Man and machines in perfect harmony. Well worth a listen, especially when it's on double vinyl.
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This whole story of an old Serbian gentleman recreating the sounds of his former employment in a Serbian factory sounds like an elaborate hoax to me. The music on this album, compiled from a pair of cassettes originally released on VCO sounds uncannily like Alessandro Cortini’s ‘Forse’ trilogy. My money say’s the back story is bullshit and this is Cortini working incognito. I could be wrong... Who knows? Who cares? The music is the important thing…
I adore that ‘Forse’ trilogy so this is right up my street. Each track is absolutely brimming with emotion, it’s breathtakingly gorgeous, cinematic/ widescreen ambient/ synth music with lovely fuzzy, distorted edges. Deeply immersive, soul stirring stuff that just hits that sweet spot. Highly recommended.
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