The Devil's Stripper Friends (Chris Brown, Knife Party, Skrillex, Wolfgang Gartner, Afrojack) by AGENT SMITH published on 2012/04/25 18:54:28 +0000 The second released track from Slow Your Roll (Part Dos) is Chris Brown's Strip vs. 3 Electro smashes. Knife Party's Internet Friends, Afrojacks Bangduck (Moguai Remix) and Skrillex/Wolfgang Gartner's The Devil's Den. Download the full mixtape here: http://www19.zippyshare.com/d/66783233/6659/Slow%20Your%20Roll%20%28Part%20Dos%29.zip SLOW YOUR ROLL (Part Dos): Any deejay who reads the tracklist to Slow Your Roll (Part Dos) will know that this is no ordinary mixtape. The songs that have been pitted together make virtually no sense. Tiesto and Jay-Z. Tupac and Nicky Romero. Kanye West and Wolfgang Gartner. Looking at the names, it sounds like an experimental trainwreck. But when listening to SYRPD, the tracks are so fluid you would think they were original songs. SmithAgentSmith spent 8 months (on and off) producing, listening, playing, reediting and repeating that process to create his mixtape Slow Your Roll (Part Dos). The inspiration stems from his love for R&B/Hip-Hop music. When Hip-Hop music seemed to be going out of style and taking a backseat to Electro-House, Smith found a way to bridge the gap between the two, taking the best elements of both to create something unique and new. The result is 15 songs complete with a range of emotion that you would find in the highs and lows of house music, accompanied by the bounce and attitude of hip hop. Creating new ways to approach the sound of music is just one facet of this mixtape. Smith also created a new way to enjoy a seamless full mix of music. On SHUFFLE! Wait what? How is that possible? The songs are built in a way that you can put them on shuffle with gapless playback, and no matter what the order, the mixes will sound clean. Almost. It's not a perfect science, but it's close. Listeners can order the songs however they want, or just leave them on shuffle and they'll find a new mix every time they play. Hence the tagline, "1 trillion, 301 billion, 674 million, 368 thousand ways to play!" Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.