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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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1. timyjl
2. mathman...
3. Scooter...
4. fraisyl...
5. verbim


6. daha
7. moon6
8. Voidianna
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2. altblue
3. kaligirl
4. weronika
5. Saanus
Playing during sxsw in March! Will be playing the sonicjive.com site release party and Darwin's Pub 3:30 on Saturday the 15th for Red Gorillafest!
posted 8 years ago
Patient zero," in medical terminology, is a term that is given to the first person that contracts a disease or is the first to undergo a new treatment. patientZero feels they are the first to introduce their unique style of music and hopes to spread it like an epidemic.

patientZero was born in 2003 when vocalist/guitarist Chris Sarvak started the band in college. A couple line-ups have come and gone but finally the core has been set. In 2004, Chris met up with Aaron Northcutt while they were both teachers at a local music store. They had an instant rapport and realized they had the same goals within the music business.

pZ takes an alternative/progressive/groove/indie rock approach with their music in the spirit of Muse, Tool, Porcupine Tree, Incubus, Zappa, Primus, Red Hot Chili Peppers which all mesh with a more melodic edge that is all their own.

Hitting the ground running in 2003, patientZero has been active in the Cincinnati scene and abroad. They have played a variety of festivals, including the M.E.A.N.Y Guitar Festival in New York City, the Rock and Ride Music Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, the Midwest Music Summit in Indianapolis, and the Midpoint Music Festi... (+) expand
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CharlesSellers (level 10) wrote:
I enjoyed your tunes. Sounds like your ready to get into a professional studio. I hope to hear more soon.
1 year ago
injate (level 28) wrote:
I like experimental stuff like this. I tried to heart it before 1 minute was up :( hah
8 years ago
freaksalove (level 3) wrote:
i hope. are you guys coming to noc's show?
9 years ago
freaksalove (level 3) wrote:
well.... i don't know because he hasn't brought it home yet. and he won't tell me what it is. pooey!
9 years ago
freaksalove (level 3) wrote:
hey. hi. howdy. hello.
9 years ago
BenAbergel (level 4) wrote:
9 years ago
LMMS (level 30) wrote:
Thanks, but I already know what your name means. Hence the 'better band name' comment. Clever!!
9 years ago
myktoronto (level 38) wrote:
Great sound guys and intelligent lyrics. Come and check out Toronto we love supporting good up-and-coming bands!....MORE!
9 years ago
LMMS (level 30) wrote:
You're welcome! Good tune. Better band name...
9 years ago
freaksalove (level 3) wrote:
oooooohh i shouldnt have changed my profile picture. i looked like a bitch in the last one and this one isnt much better. maybe this will make people take me more seriously, ya think? enough about me. let's talk about YOU! come on everybody, let's bump!
9 years ago
freaksalove (level 3) wrote:
0 patience! hehe :) howdy boys!
9 years ago
riggamaroll (level 8) wrote:
hey mang!
9 years ago
noctaluca wrote:
well hell yeah!
9 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
I'd bump yoos guys more but Ill give others a chance to show some love.

Love the Muse shirt in the 4th pic.
9 years ago