Born in Reykjavik, Iceland 1966, Skúli Sverrisson studied bass and composition with Jón Sigurðsson and made his first recording with his group Pax Vobis in 1984. He later appeared on over 30 recordings with various Icelandic artists.
In 1987 Sverrisson attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he received his B.M. degree. During that time he quickly became a first-call bassist in the music scene performing with several notable artists such as Bob Moses, Danilo Perez, Wolfgang Muthspiel and Mino Cinelu and started his ongoing collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Carsten Tiedemann.
In 1989, he Formed Mo Boma with Carsten Tiedemann, a group that later included Jamshied Sharifi. Mo Boma have recorded four albums for Extreme, "Jijimuge" and the acclaimed trilogy, "Myths of the Near Future - Part One, Myths Of The Near Future: Part Two, Myths Of The Near Future Part Three".