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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

Doc & Lena Selyanina

classical and electronic     368 listeners


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Plateau is our latest deep ambient track, inspired by highlands touching the sky.

posted 7 years ago
An Island of Joy (In a Sea of Electronic Dreams) is a long Debussy-inspired ambient voyage through the elusive waters of dreams into an island rising out of them.

posted 7 years ago
Kuala Lumpur Sydney is an experimental ambient track based on a binaural field recording from Malaysian Airlines flight Kuala Lumpur - Sydney. The musical background comes from somewhat darkish variations of Bach's Siciliana.

posted 7 years ago
Andromeda is the finale track from our space ambient album Cosmic Lullabies. It is a calm and meditative ambient journey into our glorious neighbor galaxy Andromeda.

posted 7 years ago
Last Day Before The War comes from our childhood fantasy ambient album Nangilima. The song reflects an atmosphere of innocent and joyful peace doomed to disappear forever with the approaching upheaval already in the horizon.

posted 7 years ago
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Since summer 2005 the Finnish producer Doc and the Russian pianist Lena Selyanina have been co-creating electronic ambient, neoclassical and avantgarde music and releasing it on Musictrade netlabel. They have so far released seven full albums and a number of singles.

See also Lena Selyanina and Doc.

The present T61 does not allow communication between artists and listeners but you can communicate with Doc & Lena at Indie Music Works.
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marcares (level 32) wrote:
A wonderful refuge for reflection, meditation, relaxation and more.
1 year ago
realitim (level 30) wrote:
Grats with the Vienna Blue on homepage !!!
7 years ago
woodjean (level 31) wrote:
Movement in Stillness is very good!
7 years ago
wkn (level 35) wrote:
I like your new Movement in Stillness a lot, calm, quiet, and beautiful. I wonder if you have come across my latest upload, The Sun has Set. Written for organ it's noisier but you might like it just the same. If you are interested here's the link:
7 years ago
metasj (level 25) wrote:
7 years ago
realitim (level 30) wrote:
Grats with your well deserved homepagehit "Ich Rufe".... so glad some people understand the german cry ;)
7 years ago
Lamguin (level 33) wrote:
Very happy to heart, and glad to get a first heart. :)
7 years ago
kweinberg (level 35) wrote:
Your music sends me to another place... another time...

Thank you!
7 years ago
CherHarrington (level 37) wrote:
WOW listening to "Carrier Waves", I see you say "Waves of Love in Space", closing my eyes, it is taking me there. What an awesome way to end my evening, thank you for sharing your music with us, incredible......
7 years ago
Doc & Lena Selyanina wrote:
Thank you, tjradio & hackneygirl! Great to hear that you have enjoyed the music!

Doc & Lena
7 years ago
tjradio (level 35) wrote:
WOW - just discovered your beautiful music - am simply in love with it. Thank you so much for posting on T61 - I have listened to your music all evening and LOVE it - currently relaxing to the soothing strains of Sleepless in Dresden.
7 years ago
hackneygirl (level 20) wrote:
7 years ago
Doc & Lena Selyanina wrote:
Thanks guys for your awesome comments... and thanks for taking Sleepless In Dresden to homepage, it is our first homepage song here, and it feels nice to be there with a peaceful and meditative song almost half an hour long. :-)

We are happy to have such cool & grateful listeners!

Doc & Lena
7 years ago
reedyrm (level 18) wrote:
Your music is just awesome, wow. It is chill and laid back. Great work and thanks!
7 years ago
Preat (level 2) wrote:
Thank you Doc & Lena for Andromeda!
7 years ago
artmonster1204 (level 19) wrote:
I love listening to your songs. I really appriciate the way you take your time to let them unfold. Currently listening to and getting lost in Reflections on Water and enjoying every minute of it. I especially like listening to your work when I am doing my artwork..
7 years ago
geronimodeleon (level 22) wrote:
Once again I'd like to thank you for your remarkable work.
I'm blessed to have discovered it.
7 years ago
Doc & Lena Selyanina wrote:
Thanks vda420 and congrats for a quick discovery! :-)

Doc & Lena
7 years ago
vda420 (level 8) wrote:
It kinda reminds me of the Fallout games.... I like it.
7 years ago
Doc & Lena Selyanina wrote:
Hello Preat!

As you like cosmic ambient, here is a special compliment release for you:


It is track Andromeda from our Cosmic Lullabies album, a galactic ambient journey to our beautiful cosmic neighbour. Enjoy,

Doc & Lena
7 years ago