ERA presents Ardalan (Dirtybird) and the sneaky addition of Sirus Hood (Dirtybird)

We met Ardalan back when Dirtybird took over CTEMF on the Grand Parade in 2013 but he unfortunately never took the stage as he was just joining the crew on their tour, so you can imagine our excitement when we saw that he’s playing at ERA this Friday.

Want to hear some even better news? A little birdy told us that Sirus Hood has been added to the already insane lineup ERA have put together for this Friday night. You heard that right, SIRUS HOOD.

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✖︎ Sirus Hood (Dirtybird)
✖︎Terrence Pearce
✖︎ DJ Roulette
✖︎ Phat Jack
✖︎ White Nite
✖︎ Ardalan (Dirtybird)
✖︎ Plagiarhythm


Early Bird: R80
First Phase: R120
Final Phase: R150


Range, appeal and a massive dose of nasty, gritty bass are the three chief weapons every Dirtybird artist has in his quiver, but Ardalan seems to be the peak culmination of all those assets in one wieldy point. This young archer has had the incomprehensible luck to fall into crew with his idols, be reared by their best and given some of their most guarded musical secrets, then hoisted to a platform to blare his prodigious beats from places where most creators can only dream of being.

Born in Tehran, Iran, Ardalan Noghre-Kar possesses a peculiar, fresh perspective on music genesis without even trying. His mixes, remixes and dubs are known for their sass, energy and wickedly wry samples that snap like a wet towel to the face, but his original tracks are where his efforts shine, like those released with Justin Martin-“Mr. Spock,” a 2010 party anthem charted by Diplo and Jesse Rose, and “Lezgo,” charted by Dog Blood (Skrillex and Boyz Noise)-and those soon-to-be-released on his own EP with Dirtybird. It’s no wonder he’s been given the nod by everyone from Papa Dirtybird himself (Claude Von Stroke) and A-Trak to those who are charting his remixes, like Maya Jane Coles, Audiojack, and Riva Starr, the last of whom he has an upcoming remix for to be released on Snatch.

The greatest strength in Ardy’s music is his ability to whip out hits that work equally well from the dankest basements to the most opulent dancefloors; sounds that satisfy those with diverse tastes who can unite under his single agenda of having a good time.

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