CunninLynguists (Musicians)
CunninLynguists is a hip hop trio from Lexington, Kentucky, consisting of Deacon The Villain, Natti and Kno.
CunninLynguists in Features
Music Essay | posted 21.04.2011
CunninLynguists
Dream interpretation in rhymes
Step by step the CunninLynguists have evolved since its inception ten years ago. Oneirology, the fifth album by the rap group from Kentucky is now a concept album about the dreams. Of the instrumentation, the selected samples to the clever rhymes of course, is constantly referred to the parent topic. That especially producer Kno runs up to top form, is still a completely different story.
CunninLynguists in Reviews
Music Review | posted 21.05.2011
CunninLynguists
Oneirology
On Oneirology ,the CunninLynguists lead the listeners through the depths of their nightly subconscious. The three musicians from Kentucky don’t leave the world of dreams even once.
Recent Articles
Music List | posted 01.12.2015
Deadbeat
10 Canadian Favorites
Deadbeat is one of the musicians who carry the torch for contemporary electronic music from Canada. There are others, there have been others. In his list Deadbeats names them – plus influntial canadian musicians from other genres.
Music List | posted 24.08.2015
Fred P
10 All Time Favs
We ask musicians to list and comment on 10 records by which they have been formed, mended and educated. This time, the producer and DJ Fred P takes on the task.
Music Interview | posted 09.11.2015
Oneohtrix Point Never
The little cheese shop
»They had the skills, the church provided them with a way to make music and now we have Bach! Do we sit there now and say: ›Sucks that he branded himself?‹«. We had a lively talk with Oneohtrix Point Never.
Music List | posted 26.10.2015
Off the beaten tracks with...
Blond:ish
We go off the beaten tracks. In our ongoing series we give artists the space to talk about a passion which isn’t their own music. This time around Blond:ish take us with them on their travels.
Music Review | posted 06.06.2016
The Kills
Ash & Dice
Five years after »Blood Pressures«, the Kills are back and on »Ash & Dice« they sound as minimalistic and raw as ever.