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A Sufi And A Killer

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Like if J. Dilla produced George Clinton after visiting with the Dalai Lama, or if Dan the Automator recorded Cody Chesnutt after the two shared a plate of magic mushrooms, A Sufi and a Killer is a weird, ‘60s-rooted, psychedelic hip-hop trip. Sumach Ecks (aka Gonjasufi) sings quietly in his old-man croak over record crackles, McCartney-esque basslines, Farfisa organs, spacy delays, chopped guitars, Middle Eastern scales, and beats by the Gaslamp Killer, Mainframe, and Flying Lotus. It’s a perfect fit for Warp Records, and the same type of creatively deranged underground hip-hop aimed at fans of Stones Throw, Ghostly, or even the vintage-oriented Dusty Groove. Purportedly, the album took much longer to mix than it took to record, and this heavy attention to detail is evident. Of course, you have to listen closely to notice. The record is purposely skuzzy-sounding, giving it the sense of a loose projector warbling through a Fender tube amp. Along with Ecks’ unique delivery, this constant, lo-fi quality holds the album together as “Suzie Q,” “Stardustin’,” and “Change” jump from one style to the next, taking on Bad Brains punk, Tom Waits carnival creepiness, and Funkadelic cosmic slop. The mellow grooves of “Sheep” and “Dust” are highlights. On these, abstract melodies rise to the surface and stick. Elsewhere, the album shapeshifts, globetrots, and time travels so much that it's hard to keep up. Still, it's always mesmerizing. A Sufi and a Killer is nearly impossible to place or categorize, and this ageless quality is only embellished by Gonjasufi's vocal work, which at times sounds like a mystic channeling spirits from another dimension. Truly visionary. ~ Jason Lymangrover

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Rebirth 00:00:55

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Kobwebz 00:02:13

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2010 Warp Records Limited

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Ancestors 00:02:36

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Sheep 00:04:03

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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She Gone. 00:02:45

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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SuzieQ 00:01:44

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Stardustin 00:01:04

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Kowboyz&Indians 00:02:43

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Change 00:02:05

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Duet 00:03:06

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Candylane 00:02:07

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Holidays 00:03:57

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Love Of Reign 00:02:39

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Advice 00:02:45

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Klowds 00:03:28

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Ageing 00:02:42

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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DedNd 00:03:38

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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I've Given 00:03:35

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Made 00:03:22

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

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Dobermins 00:02:23

Gonjasufi, Primary

2010 Warp Records Limited

Albumbeschreibung

Like if J. Dilla produced George Clinton after visiting with the Dalai Lama, or if Dan the Automator recorded Cody Chesnutt after the two shared a plate of magic mushrooms, A Sufi and a Killer is a weird, ‘60s-rooted, psychedelic hip-hop trip. Sumach Ecks (aka Gonjasufi) sings quietly in his old-man croak over record crackles, McCartney-esque basslines, Farfisa organs, spacy delays, chopped guitars, Middle Eastern scales, and beats by the Gaslamp Killer, Mainframe, and Flying Lotus. It’s a perfect fit for Warp Records, and the same type of creatively deranged underground hip-hop aimed at fans of Stones Throw, Ghostly, or even the vintage-oriented Dusty Groove. Purportedly, the album took much longer to mix than it took to record, and this heavy attention to detail is evident. Of course, you have to listen closely to notice. The record is purposely skuzzy-sounding, giving it the sense of a loose projector warbling through a Fender tube amp. Along with Ecks’ unique delivery, this constant, lo-fi quality holds the album together as “Suzie Q,” “Stardustin’,” and “Change” jump from one style to the next, taking on Bad Brains punk, Tom Waits carnival creepiness, and Funkadelic cosmic slop. The mellow grooves of “Sheep” and “Dust” are highlights. On these, abstract melodies rise to the surface and stick. Elsewhere, the album shapeshifts, globetrots, and time travels so much that it's hard to keep up. Still, it's always mesmerizing. A Sufi and a Killer is nearly impossible to place or categorize, and this ageless quality is only embellished by Gonjasufi's vocal work, which at times sounds like a mystic channeling spirits from another dimension. Truly visionary. ~ Jason Lymangrover

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