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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

Home Video

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It is five in the morning and still dark outside. Your eyes flutter and open heavily. You see a disembodied blue glow pulsating on the ceiling. You have no idea where you are, but you know you are alone. The only sound you hear is the hiss of a nearby radiator, but in the movie version of your life this moment would be punctuated by the music of Home Video.

Home Video are Collin Ruffino and David Gross, transplants from the misunderstood landscape of New Orleans, before The Great Deluge, now living in the brooding brownstones of Brooklyn, New York. Here they revel in a self-created world of references to Edward Gorey, Massive Attack, The Brothers Quay, Smashing Pumpkins, and a dusting of Chopin, references that they have been collecting for nearly ten years.

They connected in high school art class in 1997. Under the instruction of an eccentric painter, who claimed to have been raised in a Louisiana chateau where servants peeled grapes for him to eat, they spent hours drawing still lives of twisted vegetables and rendering the chiaroscuro of adolescent self portraits. Outside of art class, they made a short narrative video starring David, and directed by Col... (+) expand
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SunSparc (level 28) wrote:
Any chance you would make your music downloadable/purchasable?
1 month ago
silvermint (level 14) wrote:
Cool tracks!!
very great...
thanks for uploading them.
7 years ago
Stromer19 (level 31) wrote:
Insane, love em all, especially "Gas Tank"

7 years ago
acrosstheblue (level 35) wrote:
What happened to Gas Tank and That You Might....?
7 years ago
jcallan (level 7) wrote:
Great stuff guys, just bought the CD (how quaint)
7 years ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Ohhhh nice!! Settles back in my chair to give these new tracks all a good listen. Thank you so much for posting your work here and Welcome to T61! I ran across a quick read article for artists here~info and tips. I will leave the link for you. Again...enjoying these! Could have something to do with the blue glow pulsating on the ceiling...blinks. http://passivepromotion.com/thesixtyone
7 years ago
aholmes360 (level 15) wrote:
these are some great tracks. thanks for sharing!
7 years ago
QuixoticNeurotic (level 31) wrote:
Great stuff. I plan to come back to max everything eventually. :)
7 years ago
mightrecords (level 1) wrote:
More music uploaded. Enjoy!
7 years ago
BeautifulMadness (level 24) wrote:
this is a really great song, well done, hope to hear more of your work (:
7 years ago