If we wanted an Austrian Billy Jenkins, who better than Christian Kühn and his Kuhn Fu combo. Manic
in terms of guitaring, puppet-dancing and mention-the-war humour, he roughed up the festival with a
bucketload of zany humour, in the guise of avant speed-jazz.
Kühn relies on K & K - Klamauk und Klasse - and is loved for it. Salzburg News
between cabaret and schizophrenia, a successful accent in the program
The band around guitarist Christian Kühn relies on style duels, as US saxophonist John Zorn used to,
and it sounds massive
Kuhnspiracy is an incredibly focused work, a commendable take on programmatic writing utilising
multiple music blends...an aural kaleidoscope, often mentally exhaustive yet feeling quite pertinent
within the current jazz climate.
Jazz Journal, UK
''the chief attraction lies in the mash-up of genres—punk, funk, classical, folk, metal/grunge, marching
music, spoken word (and probably more)—and the easy precision with which the group negotiates the
incessant rapid-fire changes, from chugging power riffs to plaintive themes, from aggressive screams to
The New York City Jazz Record, USA
''I am left to contemplate Kuhn Fu’s awesomely twisted sense of humor.''
Progression Magazine, USA
''From existentialism to metaphysics; this music has everything in it related to life
''Humor schwärzester Güteklasse, schaurig, witzig, spannend