Psychedelic hip-hop act Gonjasufi's debut album A Sufi & A Killer was easily one of the best albums of 2010 so it would be difficult to recreate that same quality.
Sadly, 2012's MU.ZZ.LE doesn't quite reach the same bizarre, indescribable heights listeners were probably expecting. Gonjasufi still explores a vast array of sounds, styles and uncharted musical waters, only this time around the songwriting doesn't quite gel together. It's becomes clear he's a producer first and a songwriter second. It's still really gloomy and weird enough to warp the minds of Portishead and David Lynch and that's more than welcome in a time where music is isn't as adventurous as it could be.
3 aimless stares of blame out of 5