|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Lost In The Real Sky||18||Audio||2003-05-20||Mush|
|2||Lost In The Real Sky||18||Audio||2003||Mush|
|3||Lost In The Real Sky||18||Audio||2003||Valve Records|
|4||Curse Ov The Kaigen||8||Audio||2007||Poetic Dissent|
|5||Curse Ov The Kaigen LP||17||Audio||2008-10-18||Poetic Dissent|
|6||Hex Ov Intellect||15||Audio||1998||Not On Label|
|7||Wooden Tongues||17||Audio||2006-09-19||Valve Records|
|8||Curse Ov Dialect||9||Audio||2000||Curse Music|
|9||Crisis Tales: Album Launch: Live||3||Audio||2010||Vile Vortices Productions|
|10||Evil Klownz||4||Audio||1995||Not On Label (Curse Ov Dialect (Self-Released)|
With a diverse range of backgrounds (Maltese, Macedonian, Indian, Maori, and Pakistani), their music comes off as a non-homogenized tapestry of culture. Their political raps, razors sharp writing, unique flows, and standout production accurately represents their knowledge of hip-hop as world music and the multi-cultural climate of their homeland.
Their live show combines unrelenting energy, fine tuned execution, and jaw dropping costumes to create a one-of-a-kind concert experience that tears the hip-hop rulebook to pieces. Curse ov Dialect leave their mark after just one performance or listen
Not content with recycling the same old beats and rhymes, Curse ov Dialect reach for the next level by reinterpreting sounds from all eras and arenas into unique sonic collages with a hyper edge and extreme bounce. Their debut on [l=Mush Records], 'Lost in the Real Sky' is an 18 track introduction to their sound. With political raps written with the skill of a multi-cultural Public Enemy, a punk-rock esthetic, and production that balances melodic samples and classic drums with world class turntablism, their focus is clearly on music as avant-garde hip-hop opera. Curse represents cultural backgrounds.