When Bobbysix reviewer Jemma found out that Gonjasufi was playing at Village Underground in uber-cool Shoreditch this Saturday night, she got very excited. So excited, in fact, that she is flying all the way from her hometown of Sydney to be there. Ok, so mayyyybe she was due to travel to London this week anyway, but the fact that she is flying for 24 hours then jumping off the plane, laughing in the face of jetlag and pretty much heading straight to the venue shows two things: 1. Bobbysix reviewers are fucking amazing and 2. This is a gig that is definitely worth making the effort for.
Fresh from releasing a new mini-LP, Gonjasufi hits the East End with his band of rapscallion beat-makers to deliver another bewildering dose of psychedelic brilliance aimed squarely at the soul. Sounding like nothing you’ve heard before, Gonjasufi’s idiosyncratic growls - nestled precariously on a bed of astral beats produced by LA’s finest - will come vividly to life on stage accompanied by DJs, keyboards and electronics and capped with Gonajsufi’s transcending presence.
We'll be there on Saturday night and we thoroughly recommend that you are too. For more info and to grab a ticket before they sell out, visit the Soundcrash website.