Dialect & Despair – Self Evident

This is the first promotional drop from Adelaide’s Dialect & Despair as they gear up to release a follow up to their highly successful underground classic The Vortex. OC of DITC drops the name of the new album for the very first time, Self Evident.  The clip was shot while D&D visited NYC for a month. Stay tuned for more details as they are released. Dialect also appeared on No Ideas Original Radio Show with DJ Enyoutee, Joe Gibbs & Antidote while in New York for a chat about Hip Hop, the new album plus some live freestyles. You can check that one out here. Dialect … Continue reading Dialect & Despair – Self Evident

Dialect Interview: The Vortex, Vinyl & Video Clips

aahh catches up with one of the hottest emcees in the country right now, emcee Dialect from Dialect & Despair. In the interview we talk all things Vortex related, digging, technology and how it affects our hip hop world plus much much more. Check it out. aahh: The Vortex has been out for a few months now and has been dubbed by many as one of the top albums of 2010, you’ve also toured and dropped two killer film clips. Can 2011 beat that? Dialect: We’ll have to wait and see! We are not out to rush anything we produce. … Continue reading Dialect Interview: The Vortex, Vinyl & Video Clips

allaussie hip hop spotlight on: Motion

Motion’s involvement in hip-hop began when he hit the scene as a B-boy in 2000. Once realising his skills in freestyling and lyricism, he entered the battle circuit and won virtually every battle held in Adelaide over a 2 year period, winning SA’s MC Battle For Supremacy and ending up as a runner up nationally in 2005. Motion is a part of Adelaide favourites Adroit Effusive, an 8 man crew that has been active since the early 2000s. He released a demo with fellow Adroit member Bornski called Introducing in 2003, and Adroit soon followed up by releasing the 2 … Continue reading allaussie hip hop spotlight on: Motion

Dialects Top Ten Tracks For 2010

Emcee Dialect has had a massive 2010. Teaming up with producer Despair the two hip hop dynamos tore 2010 up with the stunning release of their album The Vortex.  Dialect takes some time out to delve into the year that was, with a in depth round-up of his top ten tracks for 2010. Trem- Omega Man One the most anticipated releases in Australian Hip Hop history, this is the first single ‘Omega Man’ off Trem’s forthcoming album ‘For the Term of His Natural Life’. With Melbourne king Prowla on the beat and cuts and Trem delivering two outstanding verses, proving … Continue reading Dialects Top Ten Tracks For 2010

Dialect and Despair x Iller Clothing

Local hip hop kings Dialect and Despair have teamed up with American/UK Clothing label Iller Clothing. The announcement was made on the Iller Clothing website here, with a short shout out and introduction to the the partnership. Look out for some dope music collabs in the future from Iller and D&D. You can check out the Iller announcement below. Out of Australia, Iller Clothing is proud to announce the addition of Dialect and Despair. This duo of mad talent have exploded into the Australian Hip Hop scene and have taken it by storm. Having met in 2008 and forming up … Continue reading Dialect and Despair x Iller Clothing

Dialect & Despair – Games Wired [Film Clip]

This is the second film clip from Dialects & Despair’s album The Vortex. Available from JB HI FI, iTunes and all good record stores.  For a long time Dialect has been earmarked as one of the most talented hip hop emcees in this country, now, with producer Despair, that talent has shone on The Vortex, slated as one of the top hip hop album releases in 2010. The Adelaide producer and emcee are on the same wavelength to produce intelligent hip hop that respects their culture while pushing their scene. Director – Nima Nabili Rad Editor – Daniel Principe Producers … Continue reading Dialect & Despair – Games Wired [Film Clip]

Dialect and Despair – The Vortex (Review)

A vortex (plural: vortices) The motion of the fluid swirling rapidly around a center. If Adelaide locals, emcee Dialect and producer Despair have any relation to the title of their brand new LP The Vortex, then Dialect’s flows are surely swirling rapidly around the center of Despair’s production. Dialect and Despair – The Vortex has just been released on Adelaide’s newest label Uknowho Records and it’s enveloping all in its wake. The Vortex is a 15 track odyssey into the world of Dialect. Dialect’s purpose here is clear, to enlighten people on the importance of hip hop values and teachings … Continue reading Dialect and Despair – The Vortex (Review)

Dialect & Despair – The Vortex Album Launch (ADL)

Dialect & Despair Album Launch Saturday August 7 – Rocket Bar Adelaide. Door sales only, $10 before 11pm, $15 after 11pm. Doors open at 9. Lineup: Dialect & Despair Social Change Motion Alter Reign Special surprise international guest After supporting some of the biggest names in hip hop, the guys have decided to put together a little launch party for the new album, The Vortex (out now on UKNOWHO Records), along with some of their friends who happen to be featured on the album, not to mention a surprise international guest. The Vortex has been receiving great reviews from Triple … Continue reading Dialect & Despair – The Vortex Album Launch (ADL)

Dialect and Despair – The Vortex Out Now!

The new album from Adelaide’s Dialect and Despair – The Vortex is out now  featuring Delta, Social Change and Motion. The Vortex is now in stock at these selected stores for $20 Clinic 116, Cold Krush, The Wax Department (Old Big Star Marion, Clarity Records (Pulteney Street), Da Klinic. It’s only in Adelaide at the moment but will be in stores Australia wide at the trustworthy local Independent Hip Hop stockists. 300 Double LP, full picture cover records are available of The Vortex but are moving fast. The Orange Wax has already sold out. Merchandise coming soon so keep your … Continue reading Dialect and Despair – The Vortex Out Now!

Dialect – JJJ unearthed feature artist

South Australian emcee Dialect has been picked as this weeks Triple J Unearthed feature artist. As a part of the whole deal, Triple J threw a few q’s Dialects way. You can check that out below. Also, make sure you head over to Dialects unearthed page here, and download some new tracks plus leave a review. 1. Tell us about your music – How did you develop your flow and sound? I make straight up Hip Hop music with a focus on heavy beats and true lyricism inspired by my life experience, passion for record collecting and that 90’s New … Continue reading Dialect – JJJ unearthed feature artist