What's better than free music? Free music that is so bangin' that it makes you feel guilty for getting it for free. Welp, in that case, please make sure to visit the Victory Sessions donation page to ensure that the Audible Mainframe boys continue to release them dank tunes. On a reviewers note, my favorite joint on VICtory Session Vol. I is the party jump-off, "I See What You're Doin (And I Like It)". It's a great mix of 21st century hip hop rhymin', 70s funk riffs, 80s synthesizers and 90s high energy R&B vocals. Plus that percussion time signature change at 1:57 was much appreciated.
"The VICtory Sessions are a collection of works and collaborations centered around the recent cancer diagnosis to Audible Mainframe front man MC Exposition (Victor Pontes-Macedo).
These works encompass everything that we have written and recorded since 2010 until current day. The sessions will be released as short EP's broken up into separate collectable volumes. As each volume is initially released they will be exclusively available for download through our website/soundcloud page. AMF has set up a PayPal Donations account and ask everyone to “pay what you want” for the EPs, as all money collected will help not only fund future volumes, but also contribute to cancer research and awareness.
The purpose of this project is to allow us to release all the material that we've worked on for the past couple of years, as well as all new material that we are able to finish while Expo continues his fight against cancer."
Read the VICtory Sessions Vol. I info sheet in full HERE.