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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 
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Rebecca Schiffman

rock and alternative     94 listeners


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My third LP, "Rebecca Schiffman" came out yesterday (8/12/16) on Fayettenam Records. It's streaming everywhere and available for sale on iTunes, Amazon, and Bandcamp. You can pre-order the vinyl at
posted 8 months ago
My cover of the theme song for the TV show Squidbillies is up on Youtube! Episode airs this Sunday 8/14/16.

posted 8 months ago
I recorded this video of me covering "I'm Only You" by Robyn Hitchcock and The Egyptians, last night.

posted 7 years ago
Rebecca Schiffman is a singer-songwriter and artist based in Highland Park, Los Angeles. Her third LP, produced by Money Mark, came out August 12, 2016, on Fayettenam Records.

A born-and-bred New Yorker, Schiffman has been described as a “long-lost Royal Tenenbaums character” (Vice Magazine) and has been profiled for her music, art, jewelry, and writing by The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Nylon, among other publications. Schiffman studied cello and piano from a young age, eventually picking up guitar when an uncle passed away, leaving his Guild acoustic to her family. While attending college at the prestigious Cooper Union School of Art, Schiffman played bass in the pop-punk band Pearl Harbor. Her bandmate Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, Rival Schools) produced songs from Schiffman’s 4-track bedroom recordings, resulting in her first album Upside Down Lacrimosa (Some Records, 2003), described as “resplendent and charming” by Lost at Sea. In 2009, Schiffman self-released her follow-up album, To Be Good for a Day, produced by Mike Musmanno (Lilys). It was named “Best Album of the Month” by Vice Magazine (Feb. 2009), and the song “Aaron” was featured in Lena Dunham’s break... (+) expand
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marcares (level 32) wrote:
8 months ago
Rebecca Schiffman wrote:
I have a new album coming out August 12, stay tuned! Thanks for listening.
11 months ago
marcares (level 32) wrote:
Wishing you were here again.
11 months ago
wiredgonzo (level 11) wrote:
7 years ago
kweinberg (level 35) wrote:
Thanks for fixing it! The New song sounds great!
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
nice really nice
7 years ago
zenfira (level 38) wrote:
Great, very cool!
7 years ago
Rebecca Schiffman wrote:
Hey, Thanks for letting me know about the problem!! Just re-uploaded it. Please check out the full version. xo,
7 years ago
waltdiggs (level 24) wrote:
i find it odd to bump a song when it's not the full version.

will wait until i hear it. :-)
7 years ago
kweinberg (level 35) wrote:
Hey - That's teasing us!!!! The new song starts fantastic - but it is only 9 seconds long!!!!
7 years ago
rafaelbrandao (level 33) wrote:
There's something wrong with the new song. You can edit it by clicking on the edit button. It is incredibly short. x_x
7 years ago
Rebecca Schiffman wrote:
Thanks scottanthony! I think that's a good idea, I was torn when deciding anyway. Giving alternative - alt/indie rock a try.
7 years ago
scottanthony (level 9) wrote:
hey rebecca,,,you may want to consider placing your music in the alternative genre,,,the label of course is silly, but you may find more listeners there that dig your music,,,
7 years ago
SelenesDream (level 24) wrote:
Nice voice.
7 years ago
songasm (level 28) wrote:
damn you're gonna steal all my hearts..
7 years ago
ChasConnolly (level 36) wrote:
Thanks and a belated welcome to t61! Just a tip but it really helps to put up a brief bio. We all want to know your terrible secrets:-)
7 years ago
Rebecca Schiffman wrote:
Thank you SNYpod! I really appreciate your support.
7 years ago
Snypod (level 40) wrote:
Glad you showed up here. Just bought your albums on Amazon.
7 years ago
susanj (level 19) wrote:
Enjoyed The Rabbit Habit. Look forward to spending some more listening time with you.
7 years ago
zaome (level 39) wrote:
very nice, I like your voice very much
7 years ago