Ganjasufi‘s debut album/Warp debut A Sufi and a Killer is something I wish I discovered in a pile of dusty thrift-store records. It’s fuzzy, soulful, and ‘timeless’, with more than a touch of quality production. I haven’t had too much time with the whole album yet, but so far it’s displaying intriguing musical variety built around a singular deep vibe.
“Ancestors” certainly embodies Sumach Ecks‘ beautifully strained vocals, and, ahem, Flying Lotus’s high-level production.
BTW, you might remember Gonjasufi from his appearance on Flying Lotus’s superb Los Angeles LP.