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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

48 States Away

alternative and folk     38 listeners


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I am dead serious. I am going to press some more CDs so if have been waiting for a CD and/or would like a FREE Integral X Bar EP just send me an e-mail with your information and I (Alex) will personally send you a FREE CD.

Right about now I bet you are asking, why would he be doing this? Well, very simple my friends. I am officially back in the studio recording some new music so this will be the last chance to grab a copy of this album.

Why FREE? Well, I am really passionate about our fans and what they do for us--and have been doing for us for the past two years--so this is my thank you to all of you.

Seriously, between today (March 24th) and April 23rd, if you send me a request through here or through 48statesaway@gmail.com, I will personally mail you a copy of our debut album Integral X Bar.

Really love and appreciate you guys,


small print:
If you would like to help us by sending $1.50 to cover S&H;, it would be greatly appreciate it. If you can not, then do not worry about it--I will mail it to you including S&H.;
posted 8 years ago
48 States Away is a young yet wise group of artists utilizing their gifts of music and creating new-tasty (that is correct--tasty) music for people to dance or meditate to at all times. We really love innovation and music experimentation. At the same time, we recognize that simplicity moves people more often than complex sounds that no one can understand. Our main purpose is to make people think a little, but have fun while at it.

48 States Away Sound:

Decades of Caribbean music influences, meets United States hip-hop & dance scenes, meets acoustic-drive and folklore, meets good 'ol mellow-Southern times between friends.

48 States Away's music differentiates from most artists' because of the unique backgrounds of our members. All of us have come from different races, states, countries, and really--stories. The beautiful part is that these journeys ended up with an open yet similar view of life for all of us alike. We have a very strong Latin influence yet an unique experimental force with the simplicity of acoustic instruments, thus creating a beautifully composed piece of art.
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48 States Away wrote:
I cannot message you yoemitch
7 years ago
yoemitch (level 29) wrote:
yo. awesome stuff.
what's the significance of "integral x bar" in math?
7 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
Uhmmm… Hi : )
8 years ago
EFaidley (level 30) wrote:
Mae Day is wondering how to send out a mass comment. Could you help her out pretty please? :)
8 years ago
EFaidley (level 30) wrote:
Thank you for share your music with us!
8 years ago
mjmentz (level 16) wrote:
My pleasure:)
8 years ago
myktoronto (level 38) wrote:
Great songwriting guys! ...vocals, musicianship; good all around! A little fine tuning in the studio and you could be really amazing. (instead of just ;plain amazing). Cheers and hang in there!
9 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
Instrumentation is good but the vocals get a bit muddy when everyone is going at it.
9 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
Ya, overcaffeinated just sent it to me. Good stuff, even if it's a rough mix.
9 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
Wow! This is perhaps the most shamefully underrated band here.

Keep the faith.
9 years ago