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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
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chiefhigh (level 45) wrote:
Thanks James... It's been a ride. If ever this project gets resurrected or a similar one started I would volunteer to be on an advisory board. t61 really has/had great potential in many ways.
1 day ago
2thyme (level 36) wrote:
Hi James. I've started floating the idea that a collective of listeners get together and buy t61.
Would you two be interested in such an arrangement?
2 days ago
Rainesback (level 33) wrote:
Please don't do it :-(
2 days ago
SunSparc (level 28) wrote:
Can we talk about this?
3 days ago
sf49rox (level 41) wrote:
James - Au Revior. Thanks for creating this experience unlike any other, and bringing me into the diverse world of music nearly a decade ago.
3 days ago
JoeyTee (level 27) wrote:
Hey James! Great to see the site back to the OG style. That pop-up noise gave me some super-nostalgia!
1 year ago
Emmediate (level 34) wrote:
Hi James could you tell if your responding to emails at help@ thesixtyone dot com atm thx?
1 year ago
88 (level 31) wrote:
Bling bling
1 year ago
Suzen (level 15) wrote:
Sub n RB #2220
Taller Children - Elizabeth and The Catapult
Great song !!!!
1 year ago
cutething (level 28) wrote:
1 year ago
ringothedingo (level 27) wrote:
RB #2217 - "Love Songs" by Anjulie :)
1 year ago
Jride (level 34) wrote:
Things are looking great!
1 year ago
yardbird (level 42) wrote:
James, are you back? Whether or not you want to answer that question, I'm guessing you're the one to thank for restoring the functionality and features of the pre-2010 version. Even artists' walls and "recently submitted" for pete's sake! So, thanks.
1 year ago
Courtney Fortune wrote:
Hey James! Hope all is well, would still love to get coffee sometime if you're able! I was wondering if you could please take down my LoveStory profile? Our band is going under construction.. Thank you! Talk to you soon! :)
7 years ago
dalryaug (level 46) wrote:
I've been having a hard time telling if this was intentional or not, but has it been pointed out to you guys that the posting rate of newer songs seems to have slowed down a lot so that revives are often getting posted consecutively (previously unposted songs are still getting posted, but it seems at a much lower rate than before)?
7 years ago
crabbist (level 28) wrote:

Was there a reason for the wholesale change in this site? The net result has been the total loss of a community. That was one of T61’s strongest features. I am not in a minority here, regardless of what statistics you may be privy to. Of all the contacts that I had on the site, not one of them is in favor of the new design. Were this backlash limited to a few malcontents, I would expect some of my former compatriots to have a favorable opinion, but it is not so.

Greg Barton
7 years ago
eskimodragon13 (level 33) wrote:
what's with neutering the community and usability aspects of the site? Everything's much more cumbersome to get to...most of the practicality has been replaced by "shiny" and "flashy" which all could have been integrated as simply a visual player. The way it stands now, all of the easily accessible information is either gone or harder to reach. Also, it makes using this site at work much less attractive as it really seems like I'm goofing off now instead of just listening to music.
7 years ago
QuixoticNeurotic (level 31) wrote:
...but if it stays the way it is, I won't be a part of that.
7 years ago
QuixoticNeurotic (level 31) wrote:
Also what's with this "ipod" thing in front of the bios? iPods suck. :P

(This isn't really meant to be taken as a serious complaint, I'm still trying to get accustomed to the new version but it isn't really accomplishing much. I plan to check in here and there over the next week or two, but if stays this way I'm going to have to find somewhere else to spend all my internet time. Not a big loss to you, but a pretty big one to me. I hope you guys find success with whatever you stick with...
7 years ago
QuixoticNeurotic (level 31) wrote:
7 years ago