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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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biography
I'm off from here but here's some blurb

Think of the snail. He moves very slowly. He gets to where he is going..eventually. He doesn't dance and has not got a great sense of rhythm. But he has a wonderful awareness of his landscape.

Think now of Carlo Petrini's Slow Food Movement and you will find the inspiration for this new site - 'in which people took time not only to eat properly, but also to reintroduce slower-growing, better-tasting seeds and breeds to the food chain.'

Now think of your lovely ears. How sensitive they are. How discerning you are. But, how there are idiots who assault them with ghastly unpleasantness. The invasion of music with drab beats. This site was created for a music that has no miserable percussive idolatry.

Please join us for field recordings, electronic experiment on Earth as well as in Space. Please take time with your music. We are your aural alka seltzer. Please don't forget to make us laugh. Together we can be the Kryptonite to the Super Band Brands. Join us.
Get in touch with your inner tortoise. We invite you to smell your music. It is like cardboard no ? What is a beat but a compost heap of a night you don't rememb... (+) expand
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geronimodeleon (level 22) wrote:
This morning's listen, and perusal of your bio
has resulted in my viewing of Werner Herzog eats his shoe... : |
Love your music!
Thanks Again : )
7 years ago
Kent Sparling wrote:
WOW! What a great manifesto, thanks for that! I'm joining you in the field.

- ks
7 years ago
geronimodeleon (level 22) wrote:
Thanks!!!
7 years ago
z wrote:
Thank you! Much love. -Chris
7 years ago
How Do I Delete My Account? wrote:
Thank-you for the kind words. I have changed a little now. Slightly more experimental, but keeping in the same direction. Ive just been on level 6 for so long I can't add any new stuff.
I really like your sound though. Very confidant and clear.
Much respect.
8 years ago
T61 is dead dead dead wrote:
thanks the dirty secret is that we love what we do and there really is no hard labor ;)

xx

chris

ps...your music is sensuously slow...... and that is a good thing
8 years ago
Me Mood wrote:
Thanks for the comment, sounding smooth yourself.
8 years ago
sudvar wrote:
w street excellent. sounds like a kettle you got going there. !!
8 years ago
WetMyLips wrote:
Thanx a lot for your message. And a thousand bravos for w street acoustic. A great moment.
8 years ago
slowmusicmovement wrote:
ok some faint beat music up
8 years ago
Manth (level 34) wrote:
Ahhhhh.....sigh. Very nice...better relaxation at the end of a busy day than a drink and a lovely smile! Thank you...I just may come out of my shell.
8 years ago
puzat (level 38) wrote:
Bravo
8 years ago
Jeanburrasca81 (level 40) wrote:
Excellent downtempo electronica, I really like those tunes. However I can't but dislike your opposition to noisy sounds...life, nature, whereever you look, you will find both Silence and Noise, one without the other? A sheer impossibility, who would want to live in a world without noise? Not talking about cheap omnipresent beats and shopping mall weirdness, but obviously the Art of Noise.
8 years ago
Overlook27 (level 38) wrote:
Thank you. I love the smell of a fresh plowed field.
8 years ago
Overlook27 (level 38) wrote:
please give us a picture instead of t61 sign. Something, anything.
8 years ago
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