Any reason you used Blur? That's the last thing you should be doing if you want to make it stand out. The anti aliasing built in to the Type tool is all the smoothing you want.
Any reason the kerning is so tight? You have choices to make. If you are going to crowd the type so close together, then it will obviously blend into a single object, and the space between the letters will become grey. I don't do web design, but the graphic looks like a bitmap. Can you use actual text?
I agree with Trevor, the kerning is way too tight. Making it hard to read.
What I recomend is that you loosen the kerning, apply a drop shadow and (optional) perhaps a mirrored version of the logo flipped below it fading out at the bottom.
If you can go with a slightly larger type for the lower text you might be able to increase the stroke another point or two which will help it pop out of the background.
Anyone recognise the font?
That's not an actual font. That was done by hand.