Victory March
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Victory March

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"Victory March"

This Denton/Dallas five piece has been together for five months now with some interesting gigs on their resume – like the Dallas Town Square Project, for one. Antonio Mondragon (guitar/synthesizer), Josue Segura (guitar), Kevin Escudero (bass), CJ Stankovich (cello), Taylor Gauge (keys) and Edem Bastos (drums) blend elements of sound ranging from ambient and instrumental (Gospeed You! Black Emperor and Sigur Ros) to very precise and technical jazz based rhythms (Russian Circles and Jaga Jazzist). While the members are young (mostly 18 to 19) and the band is only beginning to make a name for itself, the music is intricate, intense and very mature. It only takes a few seconds of “Samiel The Storm” or “Victory March” to realize these are not your typical musicians. The Denton influence is obvious, and they will only get tighter as the months go on. It will be later in 2008 before these cats get a CD done – they plan to raise the necessary money by the summer – unless a label picks them up. While their music is far from mainstream, there are plenty of places their crazy-prog-jazz-ambient sound would be welcome. Let’s hope they find their market and their fans. Their music is too good to go unheard.
Mark Beneventi, LIT Monthly - LIT Monthly

"Rock Steady"

- ENVY Magazine


1. DEMO 2007
2. DEMO 2008 (Spring)
3. DEMO 2008 (Summer/Winter) currently unreleased



Founded in June 2007 by Antonio Mondragon and Josue Segura as an escape from reality, the project soon absorbed 4 more members to become what Victory March is today (Edem Bastos on drums, Kevin Escudero on bass, CJ Stankovich on cello and Quintus Tinling on guitar). With influences ranging in genres from Ambient to Indie to Metal, Victory March manages to keep a unique aspect to their music, which incorporates great variation within songs such as going from complete ambience to a very tribal drum driven melody to a very ambient jazz feel. The members of Victory March take the best from their influences and create a new take on music.