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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


electronic and dance     111 listeners


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1. medea
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All my music can be streamed and downloaded for free at abstractionmusic.bandcamp.com

Check it out! :)
posted 4 years ago
Just registered abstractionmusic.com! You can download the entire Nature's Echo album for free! Gimmie some love :D
posted 8 years ago
Thanks for the very warm welcome to T61, everyone! I hope to put up more music soon!
posted 8 years ago
Once upon a time, there was a boy. This boy wasn't special in any particular way, but the world that surrounded him seemed different than those his age. Patterns would coalesce out of music for him, offering rich sepia textures or the vibrant void of a clear blue sky. Songs became elaborate and fantastical stories, meant to entertain the mind's eye as much as its ears.

One day, the boy found a way to create his own stories with the help of his computer. The days following were good: warm breathy pads and energizing blips and boops emanated from his bedroom for weeks while he explored a world that he could master through MIDI synthesis.

Slowly, the boy grew up. Colors and wonderment began to dull with adulthood, so silently that it was barely perceptible. However, the mind's eye was still a child, and the dazzling landscape still existed while enveloped in music. As the boy grew, so did his mastery of that world, and the tools used to manipulate it. But life isn't always kind, and the boy's life became busy with girls, houses and money. Desolate and gray, the world wilted, withered and finally went into hibernation.

Many years later, and no longer a boy, he stood in awe as his... (+) expand
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listochkin (level 21) wrote:
Thanks for great music. Loved Tundra Exploration!
7 years ago
mazzachre (level 12) wrote:
Just stumbled upon your great tracks via group (wow addicts) radio. Nice work!
7 years ago
Abstraction wrote:
Thanks for reminding me Serin, I need to get a new track up! :)
7 years ago
Serin (level 42) wrote:
Great stuff here. :)
7 years ago
phoenixwright (level 35) wrote:
I dropped a note about you on the Electro Freaks' group page as well.

Also if you're interested, we're assembling a compilation to celebrate a (hopefully successful) Mosh Pit attempt on 6/1. We're encouraging as many electronic musicians to participate as possible, so feel free to submit something!

More info here: Electro Freaks Present
7 years ago
phoenixwright (level 35) wrote:
Hey there, nice stuff! Few electronic artists can do both the hard-hitting/trance style and the chill/relaxed melodic style well, but you've got it all covered here. Gonna go check out your album, thanks for the download.

Looking forward to more!
7 years ago
Abstraction wrote:
Thanks for everything guys! Please remember to check out my website at abstractionmusic.com ... you can download my entire Nature's Echo album for free! :D
8 years ago
DDR (level 25) wrote:
You're making some killer music there buddy.
8 years ago
PurpleWhisk (level 1) wrote:
I love these songs so much... Thank you.
8 years ago
squeakyfingers (level 37) wrote:
love them all! thanks for posting!
8 years ago
Manth (level 34) wrote:
All three are a treat! Thank you for posting!
8 years ago