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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

The Non

experimental and instrumental     447 listeners


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The Non's lush, cinematic soundscapes effortlessly flow from sounding like a hundred miles of open road into streets and alleys dimmed by city skyline shadows. If you can imagine that time before a storm - that eerie, tense silence - this is the perfect time to hit play on the band's new CD, 'Paper City.

Check us out more at http://www.myspace.com/thenonband
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bjk1157 (level 15) wrote:
Really like your stuff. The drummer is doing a kick-ass job
7 years ago
westernheritagelistens (level 2) wrote:
Hey you guys are great! This is the first time I've gotten to hear you guys music. It sounds great and you guys are all really impressive players! Jay
7 years ago
Philip Ferrari wrote:
I love "The Love of All Things" soooo American Football, you guys are sweet.
8 years ago
Snubluck (level 12) wrote:
New favorite band on thesixtyone. I like how you pan out your instrumentals over many tempos, really more captivating then so many other instrumental bands. WOO
8 years ago
joseph w thomas wrote:
explosions in the who???
8 years ago
aaronsixtyone (level 3) wrote:
I can't believe people are already spamming on such a new site.
9 years ago
The Evil Seagulls wrote:
welcome to The Evil Seagulls creative world - from ambient electronic over acoustic progressive via alternative rock to acoustic pop
9 years ago
8 ears wrote:

do sample our songs. all our songs are available for download at iTunes and AmazonMP3.
9 years ago
woodsier (level 14) wrote:
Hey again!

Check out http://www.liberatedscene.com - it's my new web radio station and independent music platform. It's still in the early stages, so drop me a line and see what you think.

9 years ago
woodsier (level 14) wrote:
Thanks guys
9 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
Do you know who runs off on tangents again? Yeah... You do. It's the same guys that featured you on a previous show. The latest episode of Today On THESIXTYONE.COM Fan Podcast is up now. It's #00010 and you're cordially invited to check it out again.

We feature, Abra Moore, Brother Machine, Cactus Bob, cavestar, Empire Day, ZUBA, Found Sound Orchestra, Half Acre Day, Handclaps and Harmonies, Jaiz, The Presidents of the United States of America, Oneduality, Spirit Creek, The Grammar Club.

For every vote my podcast gets on podcastalley baby Jesus saves another Easter bunny rabbit.

Then go check out Max bumps. It's the new T61 Fan Blog that batface89 has put together and it's awesome!
9 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
This place called podcastalley is an alternative place for people go to find new podcasts to listen to instead of iTunes, but more importantly, it's where sponsors go to find places to advertise. Voting is a monthly deal and although I would really appreciate it if people took the time to "bump" my podcast over there every month, I'm not going to spam with this message again. Last night my podcast was in the #1 position of the music section with a whopping 6 votes. Yeah... It's pathetic but voting on that site has been really screwed up this month and things are just getting back to normal. If I've had you on my show or you've enjoyed anything about my show I could use your bump now. It's just a couple clicks away and they do not spam. Again, this will be the last time I beg for your "bump" here. I'll save future begging for my podcast. Thanks in advance for ALREADY making me #1 in the music section over there. :)

9 years ago
woodsier (level 14) wrote:
Beaut Mate!

I take it that means i can play your tracks? :)
9 years ago
woodsier (level 14) wrote:
Hey guys, do you think any tunes will be available for download soon? I'd love to be able to play some on my web radio station!
9 years ago
mastaphoo (level 31) wrote:
crazy! keep it up
9 years ago
JoeyTee (level 27) wrote:
Just revisited your songs. Fantastic stuff.

I remember when I first stumbled upon you guys. It seems like yesterday, but it was more like a month ago. I love "the love of all things." The progression of that song is fantastic.
9 years ago
redbaron (level 31) wrote:
Hey there,

Hope you don’t mind – I loved your music so much I linked to it from my blog, at www.flickeringpictures.com.

9 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
Got the track, got some of my own material, and I plan on recording show #2 tomorrow. Thanks for supporting a fellow Okie, and thanks for properly labeling your ID3 tags!

"Oh, The Epiphany!" goes live in 12-18 hours.
9 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
Please hit me at puntspeedchunk@gmail.com with an mp3 of whatever track you'd like featured.


9 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
sensilife recommended that I drop by and see if you guys are interested on being featured on my podcast. Maybe someone could hit me up with an mp3 or sumthin sumthin?
9 years ago