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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


folk     101 listeners


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2. Marcerita
3. Annette
4. gvanslyk
5. Selma


1. Raine
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On their latest album, Oh Boy, Stampead's freewheeling sound draws from the gutsy emotion of rock, the acoustic melodies of folk, and the jumpy two-step rhythms of country. It culminates into rustic-flavored Americana, replete with mandolin, pedal steel guitar, and harmonica flourishes.

After releasing three previous albums, including their self-titled debut album in 2002, followed by Couch the Comfort in 2004, and Milk and Honey in 2006, Stampead embarked on an epic 16-month U.S. tour. "We were playing at the best clubs in Los Angeles," Eric says, "but after our third album we said, "We've been playing here for two years. Let's see what it's like to play for different people every night.'"

Stampead's relentless hard work paid off and after returning to L.A. last year, the band was able to self-finance their fourth album, Oh Boy. The album was recorded at legendary studio Sunset Sound, with producer Jamie Candiloro, best known for his work on Ryan Adams' studio albums Follow the Lights and Easy Tiger.

"Jamie has a really great sense of honesty about a recording," Eric says. "In the past we'd go into the studio, jam it out and say, 'Okay, session's over.' But now our music has... (+) expand
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susabelle (level 13) wrote:
This is toe tapping stuff! I love it!
7 years ago
uffradio (level 14) wrote:
Thanks for fixing the blips, glad to hear the ending as it was meant to be.

Gaba gaba hey!
8 years ago
uffradio (level 14) wrote:
Great tracks, please check how Red, Green, Yellow ends... don't know if you wanted the song to end on those digital skips. Thanks!
8 years ago
koj7 (level 34) wrote:
love your sound. can't wait for more!!
8 years ago
feeltheoffbeat (level 12) wrote:
Really nice sound here.
8 years ago
AceTough (level 36) wrote:
Enjoy your songs. Thanks for putting some on thesixtyone.
8 years ago
gbakergb (level 42) wrote:
you might have heard but just in case... let these 3 songs sink in with the listeners (they're excellent ones btw)... quality (not quantity) is what they want... you've got plenty of time to upload more...
8 years ago
madcat8 (level 45) wrote:
Good stuff!
Thanks for sharing your songs here. Looking forward to hearing more.
8 years ago