Mir Omar needs no introduction, but he certainly warrants one. You would be hard pushed to find a more passionate, more in-demand and exceptionally talented local NYC artist, regarded highly by his peers and fans in the metro area.
Mir’s progressive sound does not hold back on power. Deep, sultry, and moving, Mir’s mixes create the perfect catalyst to intoxicate a crowd, whether he’s on warm-up, peak-time, or closing duties. Mir’s sound draws influence from dance music legends, including Paul van Dyk, Solarstone, Airwave, and a slew of other trance and progressive artists that brag the uninhibited vivacity of high quality dance music in its prime; the way it was, before the era of uber-compressed, electro- clichéd, bastardized dance music.
Dynamic, driven, and drastically obsessed with performing as well as he can, Mir is no stranger to the club scene. Having played numerous shows in NYC, New Jersey, Boston and Pittsburgh, he knows how to churn the dancefloor’s energy and create an enjoyable musical journey. Additionally, he has shared the decks with some of the world’s most renowned artists, including Eco, Sneijder, Andy Moor, Roger Shah, Thomas Datt, to name a few, and soon alongside Mental Asylum artists Indecent Noise, Matt Bowdidge and Jase Thirwall.
Mir has completed noteworthy remixes for Zedd’s hit single, “Spectrum”, as well as Kyau & Albert’s “Another Time”, which has amassed live support from Ronski Speed. His mashups have received tremendous support from producers across the board, with a big thumbs up from Kearnage label boss Bryan Kearney. His latest work includes a remix of Monoverse’s single, “Kheira”, which is set for release on Infrasonic Recordings soon. His passion for music is too strong for one simple generic association, and right now, his message is louder than ever.
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