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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


rock and folk     344 listeners


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New album is on the way...

eNFP is heading to Nashville this summer to finish recording our second album. Let us know if you're in the area!
posted 8 years ago
eNFP is a 3-member band out of East Tennessee. Thanks for giving us a listen, we love making music and playing for folks. We've done weddings and have a standing gig at Books a Million when they call us. We will play for you whenever. We are currently deciding what to do with our lives, if music doesn't pay the bills that is. (Law, Medicine, Teaching are the back-up plans...)

Matt "to be determined" - guitar, vocals, violin, other stringed things
Andrew "Blaze"- keyboards, vocals, trumpet, guitar
Keith "Flames" - bass, vocals, tuba, trombone, organ
ASharp "Hammer" - drums
Alex "Blitz" - guitar, vocals
Justin B "Crush" - guest vocals
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Rainesback (level 33) wrote:
Glad to see you back here....Angry God is one of my all time favorites!
1 year ago
fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
I've been around this site for a long time, but this is the first time I've heard you guys. I definitely dig the groove on Leave All That Behind and I look forward to hearing more of your tunes. MAX HEARTS!
1 year ago
cocteau (level 27) wrote:
Hey... just saw your response and immediately got excited - I just heard from ENFP! <3 <3

If any of you are still making music let me know where I can follow your exploits! cocteau32@gmail

And now I think I need to listen to Rainy Days again because here in Texas right now it's wickedly appropriate!
1 year ago
cocteau (level 27) wrote:
I just came back to thesixtyone.com after finding out they resurrected the old site. And of all the bands I found here, I loved you guys more than anyone. I can't tell you how many times I've listened to your songs that I downloaded from here. Are you still playing music?
1 year ago
susabelle (level 13) wrote:
Bonjour eNFP! La Fille de Mes Reves c'est magnifique! Felicitations!
7 years ago
terremonto (level 27) wrote:
OMG! Laputa! És tremendo això que feu! Us estimo!
8 years ago
jimtb (level 9) wrote:
Hey guys, you've got some really great songs. Keep playing!

PS. It would be great if you could upload your lyrics somewhere on the net.
8 years ago
kellybean678 (level 9) wrote:
My god. When I heard Klowns, I swear to god, I almost shit myself. In a good way, though, it's a really cool song. Rainy Days also makes me really happy :)
8 years ago
cocteau (level 27) wrote:
Please keep adding music, I love you guys! :)
8 years ago
laurgoren (level 15) wrote:
La Fille de Mes Reves is one of the first songs I bumped and I still love it. Congrats on being posted!
- Laurie
8 years ago
Kramer265 (level 7) wrote:
bass player = hott
9 years ago
eNFP wrote:
yeah pickles...we've actually realized how important it is to have a J in (or around) the band at all times--J's are the only ones who get stuff done! Hope you have enjoyed the music (it took us six years to record it because we don't have a J in the group!)
9 years ago
pickles (level 14) wrote:
you guys don't give enough credit to passing judgment. it's SO where it's at.
9 years ago
fox (level 13) wrote:
haha I understand. Yes all the productive moments when you're in a band seem to come from booze, I know this first hand.
9 years ago
fox (level 13) wrote:
The humping bio kind of discredits the serious songs. Just a thought. The French song was great.
9 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
Yes, Anti Therapy quite good. As are the rest; diverse as they may be.
9 years ago
BibiBallinger01 (level 27) wrote:
Bumps and humps! Yer music is bumpalicious!
9 years ago
INTJ (level 9) wrote:
You know my Myers-Briggs ;)
9 years ago
Raspbury (level 12) wrote:
Good stuffs. I digs it!
9 years ago
krisis (level 14) wrote:
I'm getting to be a bit of a fan.
9 years ago