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Boomkat Product Review:
Mark Pritchard, Oneohtrix Point Never, Broadcast and The Focus Group, and Dem Hunger, among others, are invited to remix one of 2010s most unique albums, 'A Sufi And A Killer' by GonjaSufi. Between his distinctive vocals and the superb instrumentals from Flying Lotus, Mainframe and Gaslamp Killer, this is some prime source material which the appointed remixers treat with due care and reverent attention. Most interesting to our ears is the sublime OPN mix, sweetly blending acoustic guitar with pastoral synth chords and a flock of stray seagulls before mutilating Gonja in a matrix of FX to make him croak like a wizened old android. It's not what you'd expect and all the better for it! Broadcast & The Focus Group also make a magical pairing on 'The Caliph's Tea Party' remix, countering the eastern mysticism of the original with a peculiar, vintage sense of English psychedelia which unfolds into stately baroque motifs and finely layered shellac textures. Dem Hunger also makes a memorable appearance with his 'Bowel Blood' remix of 'SuzieQ', taking license to mulch the original to a fractal display of unpredictable, smudged and screwed psychedelics. The Hezus remix is great too, taking a hazy kinda '60s garage/surf approach and the Jeremiah Jae mix remakes 'Kobwebz' as an unstable display of timestretched oddness. Needless to say, this album is very good.