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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.

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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.


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James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Cassettes Won't Listen

rock and dance     168 listeners


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Cassettes Won’t Listen is the solo brainchild of Jason Drake. The New York-based multi-instrumentalist and producer created Cassettes Won’t Listen in 2004, complete with fictional personas for each instrument he incorporated into his new endeavor, the latest in a heap of musical monikers he has realized over the years. He introduced the “band” (Kid Lucci on vocals/ lead guitar, Doc Torchaos on bass, Jeh Walker on vocals/ guitar and Drehke on synth/ programming) to cyberspace via the label he co-founded, Dope Lotus Records. Drake amassed a fan base and critical acclaim upon the release of Cassettes Won’t Listen’s EP Nobody’s Moving, convincing all that the sound was the workings of a full band. He reasoned that the live show was put on hold as the band was tucked away in the studio, hard at work on their debut LP.

Being that CWL was a complete new direction in Drake’s artistry, it was natural to want to put a twist on the project. While Drake was a self-taught multi-instrumentalist beginning at the age of 12 when he met his first guitar, he had more recently focused on instrumental hip hop. As Director of Marketing at the famed independent label Definitive ... (+) expand
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Teregis827 (level 10) wrote:
8 years ago
scohoe (level 26) wrote:
Very sweet rendition of change
8 years ago
TejozListens (level 33) wrote:
hey! whats been happening?
8 years ago
Truthseeker (level 32) wrote:
I bought your Ep off Itunes a while back! Lunch for Breakfast is a great track you should get it up here, I think it would do really well for you.
9 years ago
kemcfeely (level 29) wrote:
I agree...I don't see how this hasn't posted yet! Max bumps!
9 years ago
wilc (level 14) wrote:
i really think paper float deserves more attention then its getting
9 years ago