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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

Drugstore Fanatics

alternative and rock     154 listeners


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DSFanatics: @Mizz_Q this is the first time I woke up before you. at least u got a sunny day off
posted 7 years ago
DSFanatics: Full DSFanatics iPhone Documentary http://tinyurl.com/y9ohx3o
posted 7 years ago
As you know, we've uploaded short clips documenting the recording of our album 'What's Born in the Basement' over the past few months.

 Now you can watch the full version on your mobile device.

We've posted the full version of The WBITB Recordings for download on the DRUGSTORE section of the website.

posted 7 years ago
For all you FiXT shoppers, you can now get our album 'What's Born in the Basement' at the FiXT online store.

posted 7 years ago
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Download Full Album Free at http://www.drugstorefanatics.com

There's a truth to be told about where we stand which hasn't yet revealed itself.

Without sounding too 'worldly', it is a thought that keeps bouncing back and forth within our mind with doubt that it will stop anytime soon. Take the detour through ambient/industrial influenced groove pounding angst with Drugstore Fanatics' debut "What's Born in the Basement". This album stands up to standard formulas heard endlessly today as it travels to where ever unrestricted music might take you. It's colorfulness will surely offer something to you.
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gert (level 14) wrote:
Like your music. Great photo shoot!
7 years ago
coorsgold (level 8) wrote:
Really cool music! Awesome if you like bands like Chevelle or Deftones!
7 years ago
SlammyD (level 2) wrote:
Eversince is great guys! I love your sound
7 years ago
PBaker (level 6) wrote:
I love the new tune (Eversince)! your album has been on "Repeat" for the last couple of weeks and I'm loving it. Keep it up!
7 years ago
Drugstore Fanatics wrote:
@Jackstack, we've been doing this for quite some time now and this album was subject to a lot of trial and error until we found the winning format.

I mixed the album with a very talented producer/engineer by the name of ELK (elkofficial.com) and it was mastered by Tom Baker who also mastered albums by NIN, Sevendust, STP and many great rock records.

Thanks for the feedback.
7 years ago
jackstjack (level 12) wrote:
so i see it's all home grown production (which is STELLAR btw)... you guys trained in this? or just pick up enough to be dangerous along the way? (btw - who did the final mix/master for you guys?)
7 years ago
OctoberSkye24 (level 24) wrote:
Now this is the sort of stuff I want more of here! Fantastic guys, thank you.
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
7 years ago
tomerr (level 14) wrote:
upload "the bear march" or bullet next..
7 years ago
vampie (level 13) wrote:
When are you guys comming to Europe? :-)
The summerfestivals maybe? :-p
7 years ago
DiscFrisker (level 27) wrote:
The Distance ... love the soft that you guys can instill in your music AS WELL AS your usual hard rock - I'm a huge fan of your music and have featured it on my Youtube page under The T61 Experience - too bad you live on the West Coast, I'd be at all your shows - I'll just wait until you're the HUGE rock-stars and traveling the world and catch you then - continued success for your music, guys ...

much respect
7 years ago
tomerr (level 14) wrote:
the most exciting indie sound i heard in 2009. can't wait for the live act
7 years ago
datenshirequiem (level 35) wrote:
The CD wouldn't unzip so I couldn't listen to it
7 years ago
dvorchik123 (level 19) wrote:
yo good tunes, was blasting them all over town today keep it real keep it rockin!
7 years ago
vampie (level 13) wrote:
Its nice. keeps me going on during the day :-)
7 years ago
musicaddict1692 (level 22) wrote:
But once you do decide to upload another song I'd suggest "ever since" or "lonely winter." They're some of your smoother songs and might get you a broader audience.
7 years ago
Drugstore Fanatics wrote:
Thanks for the tip @clarkent.
7 years ago
clarkent (level 29) wrote:
I would wait a little bit before uploading another song. Let these songs get a little more popular. That seems to be what the really popular bands on this site did. I want to see you guys go far. Keep it up!
7 years ago
Drugstore Fanatics wrote:
Thanks guys for the support and hearts. It's awesome to see you're into the music. We'd love to hear what song you would like us to upload next?

You can hear more tracks at myspace.com/drugstorefanatics or get the full album free at drugstorefanatics.com
7 years ago
Meroe13 (level 24) wrote:
Congrats on posting to the homepage with "The Distance" - such a great song!!
7 years ago