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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

Zephyr Riot

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The band Zephyr Riot was formed in June 2008 by Sorin Chereji (lead vocals/guitars/keyboards) and Paul Espinoza (backing vocals/drums/mandolin) in Union City, California. In 2009, they acquired the talents of Grant Jackson (bass/saxophone), which allowed them to perform in a variety of shows around California, ranging from venues such as Chain Reaction in Anaheim and Rooster’s Roadhouse in Alameda to coffee shops and radio stations such as Paddy’s Coffee House in Union City and Pirate Cat Radio in San Francisco.

Their numerous shows have gained a comfortable beginning fan-base throughout California, but the band strives for more. With their heavy electric sets and tranquil acoustic sound, many friends and fans of Zephyr Riot would say that their music transcends any one specific genre. The closest label for their type of music is progressive/alternative rock. Give them a listen and tell 'em what you think. :)

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Clown Car wrote:

- Bonan
7 years ago
Kashmere Hakim wrote:
Thank you for the nice comment. Soundling like Billy Corgan is a good thing, i agree. Never heard it before though. Cheers!
7 years ago
Azoora wrote:
Cheers man! Cool grungy vibe you guys got going on. Keep up the great work. :)
7 years ago
csteele (level 9) wrote:
Also, the picture with Paul on drums and Sorin and Shaft looking at each other is so epically awesome.
7 years ago
Cameron Steele wrote:
Hey brotha, gotta use some HTML!

Let's see if this shows up properly:

<a href="http://www.example.com">Text for link here</a>
7 years ago
graciellita wrote:
thanks for your words ♥ ♥
7 years ago
Combustible wrote:
zephyr riot! how goes the music production? I've loved every track i've heard so far - especially mindsight.
are y'all going to be performing at Paddy-palooza on October 17th?
7 years ago
Cameron Steele wrote:
a friend showed it to me and i accidentally found out it was really interesting.

btw, for future reference, i've heard that it is best to upload one song at a time, once every few days or so. it is supposed to help so that the hearts you might get for one song aren't being distributed across multiple ones because people have more stuff to vote on?

Something like that...
7 years ago
BriocheLamonovar (level 12) wrote:
I'm listening to Wild Rice Sun as background music to Bob Scheiffer interviewing President Obama. Surprisingly good mashup.
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
You guys are sooo awesome!!!! welcome to t61..bump !!!!
7 years ago
MarinaCook (level 10) wrote:
You guys are sooo awesome!!!! I wish you guys didn't play so many 21 and up shows!!! But yeah I think this Cameron Steele guy has the right idea about the corn field. So tell me when that happens.
7 years ago
Cameron Steele wrote:
There is indeed. Hey, I don't even know who I'm talking to. Yall should sign with something!

I actually released this track today. I might release another tomorrow, just on this site. I think this looks like a great place to maybe grab a fan-base without having to spend precious music-time on marketing.

I'm telling you dude. This thing is going to be big!
7 years ago
Cameron Steele wrote:
I think you guys should have a giant concert. But the concert is in a cornfield. A giant cornfield. Yes. And people just wander the cornfield and you play an 18 hour version of Wild Rice Sun. It will be the experience of a lifetime for these people. You will charge thousands!
7 years ago
Cameron Steele wrote:
I'm glad you guys signed up so I'm not alone in this new world. It's pretty intense, a few people listened to my track and I didn't do any kind of marketing or anything.
7 years ago