When I tried to unzip the Speeding Towards Adventures album, (amazing music btw) "1-01 - Gotta Start From Somewhere" wouldn't unzip because the file path was too long. I couldn't play it or copy it or anything. I found a way around this, (renamed the zipped folder to "w") but you shouldn't have to do that. I wanted to let you guys know in case it happens to someone else.
I've heard of the MnP compos, but as I have little music making experience, I never paid attention to them. When I saw the source, though, I was intrigued, and after I looked over the rules I thought, "I might actually be able to pull this off!" After some experimenting, I made... something. I'm now happy to say I have my very first ReMix under my belt! Submitted!
I read through the Judge's decisions, gave a listen to your track, and the original.
So, I feel the track still needs some work on the mix. Now, let me be clear I do really like this track. Lively and lots of energy. But you really should take a step back and try and listen to this from the perspective of a listener that isn't you. For me, I find the mix too bright, the drums lack impact, and there just isn't a lot of depth to the mix as a whole. Take a step back and really objectively analyze your mix. I really don't what kind of advice to offer for this because it really is one of those situations where you have to see before you can offer advice. In general I'd try toning down the highs a bit (2-3dB) and try to work the 300-1000Hz range a bit more to give the track some more body. Past that I don't know where to start. Try this though. Pick 3-4 instruments that you want to be your focal point in your track and mix those together and then add the others as support around those. That may help you finding a clear direction on how to approach the mix as a whole.
Just my thoughts.