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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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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.

2007-2017

Thank you for being a part of it.

Farewell,

James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

9th and Ash

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biography
9th and Ash is the brainchild of Michael Benich, who kick started his solo career in 2007 with his first self-produced LP entitled “This is What Love Sounds Like”. After a relentless schedule of shows with the vibrant pop-punk of Never Say Forever, 9th and Ash served as an outlet for expression in a completely different musical language. Despite regional success and the backing of a New York-based indie label, the fading buzz of these endeavors lead Benich to pursue 9th and Ash as his primary musical interest. No longer satisfied with the warm yet lo-fi sounds from his northeast Ohio-based bedroom studio, Mike recruited members of the hardcore metal band Break Out The Shotguns and hit the ground running.

Since 2008, 9th and Ash has released a second 5-track EP, which according to several prominent websites, is full of “young, hopeful, energetic, and layered” songs that are “instantly relatable”. Fast-forwarding to 2010, 9th and Ash still works from his home base of Cortland, Ohio with a newfound enthusiasm for his incredibly diverse musical influences, spanning the vast swath of 90’s legends from J. Mascis to the Gin Blossoms. This 90’s alternative-pop sensibility often manifes... (+) expand
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