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Ardalan drops Mr. Good remix package


Iran-born DJ and producer Ardalan has unveiled a remix package for his debut album ‘Mr. Good‘, out 20th November on Dirtybird.

An 18-track package, ‘Mr. Good Remixes’ is a sprawling collection of reworks and reimaginings, featuring a diverse range of artists from across the electronic spectrum. Kicking things off, Ardalan delivers an electro-tinged rework of ‘I Can’t-Wait’ while Detroit house legend Delano Smith offers up a deep and soulful rework and US duo Soul Clap share their futuristic interpretation of the same track.

Elsewhere, highlights come in the form of UK talent Archie Hamilton who crafts meticulously sequenced minimal beats on his remix of ‘Mr Bad’, ghetto house innovator DJ Deeon drops a typically raw and jackin’ take on the same track, while The Martin Brothers turn ‘Lifted’ into a Drum & Bass roller.  Further remixes from Justin Jay, Kevin Knapp, Kyle Watson, Minx, Pezzner, Lubelski & RYBO, German Brigante, OMNOM, Bruno Furlan & DG Glen, Garneau, Cour T and Kill Frenzy complete the remix package. 

Mr. Good Remixes‘ is a stellar collection of reworks from some of the most respected names in dance music. We premiere Kill Frenzy’s remix of ‘Strength’ for you today. Check it out below and grab it here.

Mr. Good Remixes’ Tracklist:

  1. I Can’t Wait (Ardalan Remix)
  2. I Can’t Wait (Delano Smith Reconstructed)
  3. Mr. Bad (Archie Hamilton Remix)
  4. Zombie Village (Minx Remix)
  5. OSCI (Justin Jay Remix)
  6. I Can’t Wait (Soul Clap Remix)
  7. Mr. Bad (DJ Deeon Remix)
  8. Strength (Kill Frenzy Remix)
  9. Warped Souls (Lubelski & RYBO Remix)
  10. Orange Dreams (Pezzner Remix)
  11. Mr. Good (German Brigante Remix)
  12. Baba Cosmo (OMNOM Remix)
  13. Mr. Good (Bruno Furlan & DJ Glen Remix)
  14. OSCI (Kevin Knapp Remix)
  15. Mr. Bad (Garneau Remix)
  16. Zombie Village (Cour T. Remix)
  17. Lifted (Martin Brothers Remix)
  18. OSCI (Kyle Watson Remix)
Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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