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1. More

More

All inquiries please contact MORTAL + INFINITY [email protected] Vocals by Mic Pompei Extra Vocals: TED ADDIC & Jordan Grieg Executive Produced by Mic Pompei Produced & Mixed by Colourd Noyz Beat by Dronthetrack Recorded by Ted Addic @ Nucleus Studios & The Attic Mastered by Darren Zeising for polybonk studios.

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2. Achilles

Achilles

All inquiries please contact MORTAL + INFINITY [email protected] Vocals by Mic Pompei Executive Produced by Mic Pompei Produced & Mixed by Colourd Noyz Beat by Dronthetrack Recorded by Ted Addic @ Nucleus Studios Mastered by Darren Zeising for polybonk studios.

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3. Interlude

Interlude

All inquiries please contact MORTAL + INFINITY [email protected] Produced & Mixed by Colourd Noyz Beat by Colourd Noyz Mastered by Darren Zeising for polybonk studios.

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4. Vom

Vom

All inquiries please contact MORTAL + INFINITY [email protected] Vocals by Mic Pompei Executive Produced by Mic Pompei Produced & Mixed by Colourd Noyz Beat by Beats Craze Recorded by Mic Pompei @ GDot Studio Mastered by Darren Zeising for polybonk studios.

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5. Untold

Untold

All inquiries please contact MORTAL + INFINITY mortal[email protected] Vocals by Mic Pompei Executive Produced by Mic Pompei Produced & Mixed by Colourd Noyz Beat by Setk1 Recorded by Mic Pompei @ GDot Studio Mastered by Darren Zeising for polybonk studios.

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6. Jim Rubens 6-8-16 WTSN Open Mic With Mike Pomp

Jim Rubens 6-8-16 WTSN Open Mic With Mike Pomp

Jim Rubens appeared on Open Mic with Mike Pomp on WTSN Dover to discuss his campaign.

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7. Jim Rubens 7-13-16 WTSN Open Mic With Mike Pomp

Jim Rubens 7-13-16 WTSN Open Mic With Mike Pomp

Jim Rubens appeared on Open Mic with Mike Pomp to discuss many issues of the campaign. A caller said about the current nation's political situation "We're doomed" and Jim replied "I’m not giving up". He also talked about trustworthiness of candidates and the public's disdain of bought-and-paid-for politicians.

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10. Loud Canvas Media Live On WTSN 'Open Mic'

Loud Canvas Media Live On WTSN 'Open Mic'

Loud Canvas Media had the honor of being a guest on WTSN’s Open Mic morning show with host Mike Pomp. The topics of discussion included social media management and digital marketing, as well as website design, development, and security.

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11. Pete Best 5 - 23 - 14

  • Published: 2014-05-28T16:26:48Z
  • By mlp51
Pete Best 5 - 23 - 14

Pete Best, the original drummer for The Beatles, appeared with Mike Pomp on WTSN's Open Mic program.

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12. Chubby Checker 4 - 16 - 14

  • Published: 2014-04-25T15:28:14Z
  • By mlp51
Chubby Checker 4 - 16 - 14

Rock and Roll legend Chubby Checker talked musical history and his new music on the WTSN Open Mic program with Mike Pomp

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13. By the Bay LIVE Mix Low Vox_20

By the Bay LIVE Mix Low Vox_20

We were challenged to write a new school song. I hate all the militaristic pomp of traditional school songs. So together with my 5th grade class at Glenwood Elementary in San Rafael CA. Most of the instruments were played by them. This was a live recording with a drum loop recorded on a stereo mic in a difficult room. Not perfect but these kids were so enthusiastic and I love their energy. This became the school song and we still love singing it.

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14. Bye Bye Bye (Insomnia Cover)

Bye Bye Bye (Insomnia Cover)

It's late. I didn't tune my guitar. My voice is not warmed up. There are inconsistencies and blemishes. But for whatever reason, my sleep deprived brain was like, yo....grab your ipad and record a cover of Bye Bye Bye right now. So...here it is! One take. One shot. All using the ipad built in mic. Just a little reverb in cubasis. Its rough, but I think that is the point. Music doesnt always need all the pomp and polish. Sometimes you want to just record a spur of the moment cover. You can even hear my press the down key on my keyboard to scroll the lyrics down, because I did this all off the cuff and I dont have bye bye bye memorized.

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15. TRVTH (Truth)

TRVTH (Truth)

Kyle Dugger is the man behind the tasty drum beat that I built this track around. Andrew Duncan helped me out with recording the saxophones. Big thanks to both of them! The title comes from a quote chiseled on the St Louis Art Museum that says, "ART STILL HAS TRVTH • TAKE REFVGE THERE" (as depicted in the album art) LYRICS: Tell the truth, play them beats that dig in roots! Hop in the sandbox of songs Prove that your banter’s your bond Words worthy lamination No dirt no defamation Diverting a jam from a verse of calamity Tell the truth, play them beats that dig in roots! Take us to the city of aaauuuthenticity No one can stomp on our style We bring the pomp to the pile We use cool fonts in our files We play cool comps over Kyle He play them gongs he’s a Beacon of honesty Tell the truth, play them beats that dig in roots! Show the nitty gritty if you're into integrity The common man has found the gold So come on now we gotta go Becoming mad like Ruffalo No calming down on Sabado-o (x2) We got the truth, we're going to testify to you We got the truth unloose the truthfulness Feel like your role’s in a rut? Go with the goal in your gut Focus your pole when you putt Toes on the coals cuz you gruff Toast to your boldness your Vocab is golden yeah Tell the truth, play them beats that dig in roots! Verify you can or can't annunciate your candor Fix up a fluke in a fight Fit Scooby Doo on the mic Riff on the roof when you’re ripe Rip up the rules it’s your right Rhetoric moving a River of moola yeah Tell the truth, play them beats that dig in roots! Never give a gander toward resorting down to slander

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16. THE REAL TRUth (Intro)

THE REAL TRUth (Intro)

THE REAL TRUth (MIXTAPE) *TRACK 1* LYRICS ------------------- *A.N.D. Verse Infinite* So it all just started Where everything was departed I was calm and collected But I had to do some solving These problems Everyone that took a part in All my writing Seems like its been resolved and I just never knew how many mistakes I did From these thangs I lived All stuck in bad relationships Probably cuz Im still stuck in sin Till she left I never question why or if But when I seem to lose I always win Even if it’s a lesson Or just a friend Ill still do it again It Might seem like I don’t listen But perhaps I said Ill attempt With another mic check See so it all begins With me just blessed Thoughts with the realest of the real That consists The truth in it The true I am that’s why I live And then Everything didn’t seems like as is More like déjà vu my life was on a flip Till she was there to hold me instead Reality on my side And its just my wish See this whole tape just don’t make no sense So I stay in my booth With a pomp of a fist Straight to the sky Hands together Like it’s a request But just filled with some confidence Now Whose gonna be stopping this kid To stop thee lies I said Best believe its just the truth I spit So im grateful for the best She did it Without no kit And a spliff don’t make you forget So hence That my acknowledgment Is for the one I lift The only one I describe in this Keeps me on a rise To get rid of these tricks So im living with no regrets So the truth is This hate can rise as much as it gets And I wont seem to mind it Cuz its foolishness Now tell me who can handle this script? Who can put me to rest? No one.. not even annoyance or any hooligans From the south to the north to the east to the west Every house I inspect don’t look too crooked in it More like a bluff So everyone wanna put me in check Well get lined up And let me check it But it ends to a rap up But this be my stand up The truth has been heard cuz The longest intro to say it all I let ya know em Who be the most lyrical emcee Next to the most divined rapper

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17. EWAN HOOZAMI - Android Pillow Talk feat. Colleen Quinn

EWAN HOOZAMI - Android Pillow Talk feat. Colleen Quinn

Track 3 from the Fire In Me EP Music by Ewan Hoozami Vocals by Colleen Ewan Hoozami Fire in Me EP Self Released Bristol is rightly renowned on a global scale for its rich vein of musical diversity. With an artistic reputation that is rivaled only by London, the city is slowly but surely cementing its status as the place to watch for all things big beat and bass influenced. Popular mixed genre, heavy beat maestro Adam Hignell aka Ewan Hoozami ("youˈn'hooz'arr'mee") is not only "stupendously well-named", but is currently amassing a loyal and fervent following in both his hometown and internationally. Known as a versatile live performer - encompassing nimble fingered MPC routines, live microphone manoeuvres, loop station lunacy and multi-angled bass assaults - and renowned party smashing DJ, playing Soundwave Croatia, V Festival, Isle ofWight Festival, FBBB Holland, Brisfest, Red Bull Riders, Boomtown Fair, Larmer Tree Festival and Chai Wallahs, as well as a sea of events with massive Bristol promotors and collective "Funk From The Trunk", 2012 saw Adam release a veritable cornucopia of prestige productions. Dropping releases on Big M, Pig Balls Records, Breakbeat Paradise and seeing self-released songs number downloads in their thousands, 2013 is set to be the year that Ewan Hoozami compounds his status as a production force to be reckoned with. Readying for the release of his long play album "Robot Soul", Hoozami invites listeners to feast upon a delectable free four part EP entitled "Fire In Me". Combining classic boom bap hip hop, breaks, bass, big beat and unashamed pop tendencies amidst a natty ear for samples and electronic elements, the EP serves to whet appetites for his impending album. Opening salvo "Fire in Me" caters to Ewan's hip hop aesthetic with a robust boom bap bed graced with his lyrical debut. Evoking an old school mic style with dense, intricate linguistics and wordplay, he denotes his emphasis toward creative impulse and individuality in contrast to the current trend for identikit rappers and producers. "Through With Love" features popular Bristolian rapper Blacksmith. Blacksmith oozes soul whilst expressing his woes at a lost love, displaying a level of maturity and honesty seldom seen in modern rap. The production appears to begin with a classic hip hop aesthetic, before dropping into what can be more comfortably defined as a big beat influenced breaks bass production. "Android Pillow Talk" sees the EP lean more toward modern pop stylings, with the lush, eerie tones of Substatic vocalist Colleen Quinn. This song hints toward the robotic soul of his impending LP, contrasting the EP's earlier lo-fi slant with creeping electronica and sub-bass aplenty. The result wouldn't sound too out of place amongst the finest work of Morcheeba in their pomp. EP Finale "The Quiet" sees Ewan return to mic duties over a re-imagining of one of his more renowned indy releases "All Quiet". Again ably assisted by Colleen Quinn, classic spanish guitar and piano elements are fused with arpeggio and rampant bass to create a textured epic with Hitchcock-esq breakdowns. The lulling vocal sample permeates throughout, ending the project on the line "Til you come back to me".

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