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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.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung


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"GRAVITY CRASH ANTHEMS"... go listen...
posted 7 years ago
I'm interviewed over at Game Set Watch... here's the link: http://bit.ly/e9UVl
posted 7 years ago
I've released a Virtual Vinyl Single!!! :OD
( listen >>> http://coldstorage.bandcamp.com )
posted 7 years ago
If you like what you hear then do visit me:

You can also listen to all my albums here:

Thanks for listening & <3'ing!
posted 7 years ago
I've just released my latest single entitled 'Yin+Yang'. You can get it at coldstorage.bandcamp.com :O)

If you like this track there are more here;

Tim Wright exhibited musical aspirations at the tender age of 3, singing self-penned songs into a portable cassette recorder. Through the Seventies & early Eighties, he underwent formal piano training, and also wrote songs with some short-lived amateur pop/electro bands; "Tucan" (Denbigh N.Wales 1983) "Infinite Remix III Jnr" (London 1986).

In the late 1980s, Wright penned well received compositions for over 50 computer and videogames, some award winning (Golden Joystick Awards 1996), beginning with freelance work on Commodore Amiga titles. He then went onto work full time at Psygnosis Ltd. (Now SCEE) on projects such as Lemmings, Wipeout, Wipeout 2097 and Colony Wars.

Leaving Psygnosis in 1997, Wright was involved in the formation of Jester Interactive Ltd (OCRemix Interview) with the intention of bringing music creation and mixing to Sony's original PlayStation console. The "MUSIC" / "MTV MUSIC GENERATOR" series received industry awards (Codemaste... (+) expand
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CoLD SToRAGE wrote:
@kuragari - sure, I still pop here now and again! ;o)
Glad you like the remix... I will be posting download links to my remixes soon, at www.coldstorage.org.uk.
Check in there from time to time, and you should eventually see the links appear.
Tim. aka. CoLD SToRAGE
9 months ago
Kuragari (level 2) wrote:
I love "Imogen Heap - Earth" The Booha Mix. But it won't let me download. I've only ever been able to listen to it streamed. Wish I could buy a copy. Not sure if this page still gets any attention.
9 months ago
CoLD SToRAGE wrote:
That'll be because he used samples from "Time & Space ZERO G"... Volume 1, 2 or 3 - can't recall which. ;O)
7 years ago
Rojoco (level 3) wrote:
Wow that's odd, I was just listening to Mike Oldfield - Only Time Will Tell and noticed sounds in there that you've used for Cairodrome. You know, the funny "ayyayyo" vocal bit. Am I right or am I loosing my mind? lol
Great sound btw. I only discovered you recently but spent many years of my childhood enjoying Wipeout on my PS1. Love the new material as well, keep it up! =)
7 years ago
CoLD SToRAGE wrote:
Thanks guys! :O)
7 years ago
zenfira (level 38) wrote:
Beautiful new track!
7 years ago
morganmorgan (level 23) wrote:
omg YAY! thank you thank you for telling me! love it, of course. - max hearts and feature!
7 years ago
axisTWO (level 16) wrote:
Man, they should always have your stuff on the Wipeout playlist - that game and your tracks were the main reason I got into music.
7 years ago
ChrisPikula (level 31) wrote:
Always been a fan. ;-)
7 years ago
CoLD SToRAGE wrote:
Imogen's latest album has a special 2 disc edition which features all the track as instrumentals. So, you load up the instrumental, flip the sample and mix it wit the vocal versions - bingo! All the music vanishes and all that's left are the vocals. Well, it's not quite that easy - you have to be bang on, and the volume levels need to be spot on too, but that the gist of it. ;O)
7 years ago
kfoxlistener (level 24) wrote:
my god! where did you get this Imogen Heap acapella???!! MUST HAVE.
7 years ago
morganmorgan (level 23) wrote:
remix of imogen heap! love her so this remix gets max hearts!
7 years ago
CoLD SToRAGE wrote:
"Crac#kin'" as they say in the Merseyside area... where # indicates the sound of some healthy throat clearing. Great news! :OD
7 years ago
Chris Merritt wrote:
love it!!
7 years ago
craigmiresears (level 28) wrote:
homepage fa sho! WOOT!
7 years ago
rd3k (level 36) wrote:
You've hit the homepage - congratulations indeed!
7 years ago
phoenixwright (level 35) wrote:
Congrats on Canada hitting the home page!
7 years ago
rd3k (level 36) wrote:
YES! Was looking foward to Messij or a variant being posted. =)
7 years ago
CoLD SToRAGE wrote:
Thanks for the nice comments, support and <3! :OD
7 years ago
TheFluffyFist (level 4) wrote:
Fantastic music. Doh-T is just fantastic. WipEout wouldn't have been the same without your music.
7 years ago