Via Fader Magazine:
When we look back at Gonjasufi’s career, it’s hard to tell exactly what his legacy will be. Will it be weeded, wheezing singing? Or will it be the ominous mutter-raps that pop up occasionally? Probably both. Or none at all, and something else we don’t even know about instead. Gonjasufi is an expert at pushing boundaries and then ignoring them so completely that his music turns into a timeless, murky reflection of a dude who is influenced by everything. Gonjasufi’s The 9th Inning is not a follow up to his complicated A Sufi and a Killer, but instead a collection of tracks that show what happens when you have too many good ideas to keep them all in one place. It’s somewhat difficult, weird and exasperating, which is exactly what it should be.
Read more: http://www.thefader.com/2011/10/26/download-gonjasufis-the-ninth-inning-ep/#ixzz1bv4K9XKJ