Curse ov Dialect

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Curse Ov Dialect
Origin Melbourne, Australia
Genres Alternative hip hop
Years active 1995–present
Labels Curse Music, Mush Records, Poetic Dissent, Staubgold
Associated acts Kaigen
Website curseovdialect.bandcamp.com
Members Raceless
Vulk Makedonski
Aturungi
August the 2nd
Paso Bionic

Curse Ov Dialect is an alternative hip hop group based in Melbourne, Australia. It consists of Raceless, Vulk Makedonski, Aturungi, August the 2nd, and Paso Bionic.[1] They were the first Australian hip-hop group to be signed to an American record label.[2]

Career[edit]

Curse Ov Dialect released Lost in the Real Sky on Mush Records in 2003.[3] "Family Assorted" was described by Exclaim! as the "most impressive track" of the album.[4] They released Crisis Tales on Staubgold in 2009.[5] In 2011 they performed "Revolution" by John Butler Trio at the APRA Music Awards, which was nominated for the prestigious Song of the Year.[6][7][8]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Evil Clownz (Curse Music, 1995)
  • Hex Ov Intellect (Curse Music, 1998)
  • Curse Ov Dialect (Curse Music, 2001)
  • Lost in the Real Sky (Mush Records, 2003)
  • Wooden Tongues (Mush Records, 2006)
  • Curse Ov the Kaigen (Poetic Dissent, 2007)
  • Crisis Tales (Staubgold, 2009)

Guest appearances[edit]

  • Debmaster - "Universal Bigot" from Monster Zoo (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ho, Brian (June 24, 2003). "Curse Ov Dialect - Lost in the Real Sky". Dusted Magazine. 
  2. ^ Woodhead, Cameron (May 15, 2008). "The Age Entertainment - Curse ov Dialect". The Age. 
  3. ^ Segal, Dave (August 15, 2003). "Lost In the Real Sky". XLR8R. 
  4. ^ Lee, Andy (July 2003). "Curse Ov Dialect - Lost In the Real Sky". Exclaim!. 
  5. ^ Quinlan, Thomas (November 2009). "Curse Ov Dialect - Crisis Tales". Exclaim!. 
  6. ^ "APRA|AMCOS : Song of the Year - 2011". APRA. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  7. ^ "YouTube: 2011 APRA Music Awards - Curse Ov Dialect "Revolution"". APRA's official YouTube channel. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  8. ^ "APRA 2011 Video Gallery". APRA. Retrieved 27 May 2013. 

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