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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

Wreckage Machinery

electronic     82 listeners


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Dear Listeners... Since it is usual to make a long intro in DnB (so its easier or actually even possible for the DJ to mix the tracks), im thinking about to edit my Uploads into Radio Editions in future. This will make it smoother for you if dont want to hear a one-minute long intro all the time... :)
lemme know what u think :)


posted 7 years ago
posted 7 years ago
Well! :) Ive updated, as promised, in the last 2 weeks the tunes Zero Code, which was a collaboration by Biolysis and myself, and now "Eclipse", also a collaboration but this time by Dirrrty B and me. "Eclipse" was release on Beatport.com on Monday i think and all other shops will follow in 8 weeks as far as i know. Hope you like em :)

ps: thanks btw for the freaktures on "Zero Code" and "No Man's Land" :D you guys are awesome!
posted 7 years ago
Alright! I uploaded the second free christmas present for u already few days ago and it seems both "presents" are among your favourite tunes of me ( wow i hope that was proper english ahaha)... anyway im glad you like them!

both tunes should have been released on 2 different labels btw, one of em even on cd. but i decided to cancel these releases for several reasons (specially because they arent really up-to-date according to producing skills).

soo..yea.. ah before i forget: I'll re-upload two tunes in the next 2 weeks, because they are going to be released (itunes etc..) and yea... therefore i'll replace the clips with full length tunes then. so check this page regularly, so you dont miss em... and who knows :) maybe someone else will be their next discoverer, and earn all the....acutally i dont know what happens then:P

anyway..GOOD LUCK! let the games begin hahaha

Ho ho ho,
Santa Machinery.
posted 7 years ago
I just uploaded a "pre-christmas" present for you guys called "No Man's Land". I hope the download link works :)

Enjoy :)

ps: another one will follow in the next days :D
posted 7 years ago
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Christopher Wehsner started his musical education at the early age of 5 when he took up the piano as his first musical instrument. Soon after he realized he wasn't satisfied so he went on a search for a 'trendier' instrument - the drumset! Regular drum lessons began at the age of 10 and since then he has been active in a number of bands and gigs across Austria; all in the genre Metal.
Christopher (aka Wreckage Machinery) started producing dnb back in 2006. His first tunes were mainly collaborations with other producers like The Square with whom he had several releases since then.
Chris' first releases were on free labels like Darkland, Chase and Mushcore Recordings in 2007. His first commercial release was a collaboration with The Square called Movement on Mind Inside Recordings, followed by his own first EP called Take Care, featuring remixes by The Square and Zoom on Esprit Records. In autumn 2008 Wreckage Machinery released together with Hemoglobin tune Streak on neurofunk label Ammunition Recordings. Since then Wreck has had several releases in the sub-genre of neurofunk and also liquid dnb.

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scrivenj (level 35) wrote:
I like your style!! This site is back in play if you wanted to come and give us some new music?
4 months ago
robotsvsninjaslistener (level 14) wrote:
very solid sound
7 years ago
thomasvale (level 24) wrote:
yeah Freakture! someone had to do it.
7 years ago
Pitch Twit wrote:
nice one for putting up a full copy of Zero Code - heavy tune.
7 years ago
thomasvale (level 24) wrote:
Whoa - lots here - think i'd like to give the more tuneful solo stuff more time than i have now. The collab stuff is instantly wicked though - especially Streak, Bring It & Zero Code. The sub in Zero Code thoroughly agrees with my Mackies!
7 years ago
thomasvale (level 24) wrote:
Wicked stompy feel in phantom!
7 years ago
Wreckage Machinery wrote:
HELL YEAH! thanks guys!! :D
7 years ago
theabledanger (level 35) wrote:
Success! Over 100 hearts for No Man's Land.
7 years ago
Ssd8 (level 17) wrote:
Great stuff! You totally need more hearts.
7 years ago
kid427 (level 22) wrote:
So many songs so few harts. ILL BE BACK!
7 years ago
rd3k (level 36) wrote:
Agree with theabledanger - really like your work. I'm an admin for the Freaks, so let me know if you do sign up and I'll fast-track you through the waiting list.
7 years ago
theabledanger (level 35) wrote:
Well you need one to join the Electro Freaks group. Which, I must say, is very worthwhile.

7 years ago
theabledanger (level 35) wrote:
Your work is fantastic.

Do you have a listener account yet?
7 years ago
thanatos0446 (level 11) wrote:
INCREDIBLE... truly some Epic Win. So much energy, without being 'coked-out' like most electronica. Kudos! And many heart to you!
7 years ago
discodemons (level 9) wrote:
"Not more than dust" is truly epic.
7 years ago
mstksg (level 24) wrote:
why is this underbumped? such a travesty!
7 years ago
Lasaro (level 7) wrote:
wow great work, i love it!
7 years ago