Interview: Dialect & Despair: A Testament To The Art

Few rival the dedication Adelaide hip hop duo Dialect & Despair show their genre. The young pair; emcee Dialect and producer Despair, have already earned themselves international notoriety as a result of their infallible commitment to keeping hip hop culture alive. With a passion for maintaining a universal hip hop culture, Self Evident focuses on the music, principles and stories behind the movement, whilst blending the old with the new. A year on, and Self Evident is still gracing our platters. Below we catch up with emcee Dialect to discuss their previous year and all its happenings. Your sophomore album titled … Continue reading Interview: Dialect & Despair: A Testament To The Art

Watch: Dialect & Despair – ‘S.A.B.X’ Music Video feat. Majestic Gage & D Flow

With their new album, Self Evident released in October of 2012 and already endorsed by Hip Hop legends OC & AG of New York pioneer crew DITC and many more worldwide, Dialect & Despair is set to continue blazing trails for the music scene in Australia and abroad. Their new single/video S.A.B.X featuring Majestic Gage & D Flow of Barbury’n/Ghetto Dwellas/D.I.T.C, is available from iTunes now. The entire film clip was shot in the Bronx, when Dialect & Despair visited the States earlier in the year. Directed, fIlmed & edited by Lucas Hansen. iTunes  ||  Facebook  ||  Uknowho Records Continue reading Watch: Dialect & Despair – ‘S.A.B.X’ Music Video feat. Majestic Gage & D Flow

Dialect & Despair – Self Evident

Few rival the dedication Adelaide hip hop duo Dialect & Despair show their genre. The young pair; emcee Dialect 22 and producer Despair 26, have already earned themselves international notoriety as a result of their infallible commitment to keeping hip hop culture alive. D & D have evolved since the release of debut album The Vortex in 2010, with their rare quality of emcee/producer synchronicity strengthened and all manner of new experiences under their belts. Due for release on October 31st 2012, Dialect & Despair’s second album Self Evident is testament to their passion for their craft, its culture and … Continue reading Dialect & Despair – Self Evident

Dialect & Despair – New Testament feat. Total Eclipse

From their upcoming second album Self Evident comes Dialect & Despair’s lead single New Testament, produced by Despair, with cuts by Total Eclipse (The X-Ecutioners), and performed by Dialect. The track sets the tone for the whole record; with its emphasis on sharp lyricism, and supreme production. “Music/Hip Hop is not limited to what’s popular or current, it is very much a feeling. So we are making records for our generation of Hip Hop fans to be appreciated in any era, whilst pushing the art forward.” -Dialect Thematically, the album focuses on the cultural experience of Hip Hop, and speaks on … Continue reading Dialect & Despair – New Testament feat. Total Eclipse

Dialect & Despair – New Testament featuring Total Eclipse

Uknowho Records are pleased to present the brand new single from South Australian duo Dialect & Despair. The track titled New Testament features Total Exlipse from the X-Ecutioners and is the lead single from their soon to be released album Self Evident. You can grab the track right now from iTunes by following the link below. Video Credits: A Studio Sunkie | Young Black Youth production. Director / Producer / Production Designer / Director of Photography – Nima Nabili Rad. Co-Producer / Editor / Colourist – Daniel Principe. Co-Producer / Production Designer – Justin Pollheim.  Purchase  ||  Uknowho Records  || … Continue reading Dialect & Despair – New Testament featuring Total Eclipse

allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Dialect and Despair

Incase you didn’t know…. Dialect began rhyming at the tender age of 12, inspired by his eldest brothers collection of classic 80’s/90’s era Hip Hop. Entering his first freestyle battle at the age of 13 Dialect took it out and went on to win countless more battles making him a force to reckoned with on the mic at an early age. Well renown for his remarkable freestyle ability and live show performance Dialect became a stalwart in the live hip hop circuit in Adelaide. He then released his debut EP The Sound of Change in 2006 featuring hip hop heavyweight … Continue reading allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Dialect and Despair