San Diego | www.sufisays.com
Gonjasufi (Sumach Ecks) is an American musician, DJ and yoga instructor from San Diego.
Gonjasufi in Features
Music − Interview | posted 15.06.2011
Word, Sound, Power
Gonjasufi has his own history with music. Starting out as a young kid, singing from an early age on. Getting into Hip hop later on, and eventually discovering Hard Rock and Punk for himself. The Yoga teacher from Texas with his soft toned and rough voice has been singed to Warp and released his debut album A Sufi And A Killer in 2009. You find yourself in a new realm of sound when listening to the album. Valentin Menedetter caught up with him at a show.
Gonjasufi in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 02.02.2012
The mini-album by the Yogi from San Diego is the incense stick for in-between. It turned out well – but the enlightenment won’t happen until the next actual record.
Music − Interview | posted 10.01.2014
Turntable Diaries # 6
This year the DMC World Championships turns 30. So for that reason we like to introduce you to some of the protagonists. This time we talked to DJ Shiftee.
Music − News | posted 04.05.2011
Operation: Doomsday Deluxe
Again, MF Doom has packed a sweet package for his fans: Since the lunchbox of Operation Doomsday has already enhanced every single lunch break, its content is now being delivered in a new wrapping.
Music − News | posted 07.11.2013
New Record Labels
Tieftonkultur, Hiss Tapes, (T)reue um (T)reue, Modern Trips
Month by Month we are going to introduce you to a bunch of record labels, which are new at hhv.de webshop and/or you definitely have to discover now. The record labels this month are: Tieftonkultur, Hiss Tapes, (T)reue um (T)reue und Modern Trips.
Music − Review | posted 21.03.2014
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
Ever since Madlib and Freddie Gibbs released their first EP together, we’ve all been waiting for their first actual record. It was worth the while.
Music − Review | posted 19.03.2014
Her influence on rock-history has been remarkable. »Boy« is Carla Bozulich’s latest contribution to keep it that way.