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http://www.thesixtyone.com/

“The sixtyone democratizes music culture: artists submit their work, but rather than allowing a stuffy suit to decide what’s cool, the listeners do”

That is a brief and to the point explanation of this amazing website for music lovers. More than just a website, it is a tool, a vehicle for musical lovers with an opinion of their own and a need to voice it.

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  1. SocialSoundSystem says:

    Hell yeah! Love the new site redesign and LOVE that you have TheSixtyOne up here: http://www.thesixtyone.com/#/SocialSoundSystem/

  2. Sam Scarce says:

    The Sixty One is dope. I have heard a lot of cool new music, and also glad to see a lot of independent artists getting the credit and morale boost they need to keep on doing what they love. Plus its addicting trying to keep up with the game.

  3. Andrew says:

    It’s always cool finding artists I already love on the site (like President of the United States of America, Flight of the Conchords, and Jonathan Coulton), but it’s even more cool finding artists I would never have gotten to hear otherwise (like Out of the Blue and On the Rocks, a couple of great a cappella college groups; I Fight Dragons; Amy Kuney, and Obadiah Parker).

  4. Jared says:

    Been using TheSixtyOne.com and love it. It has fun gameplay elements, and music that you wouldn’t find anywhere else. Worth noting that this is the only place I actually buy music from.

  5. Tony says:

    I don’t remember how I learned about T61. But, I visit it every single day I log onto the Internet. It is the soundtrack to my web surfing. I have discovered so many artists thanks to its technology and the super social network which has prospered because of it. It’s definitely worth a listen and will earn a spot in your bookmarks toolbar, trust me! On T61, I am: TMcMullin in case you want to listen to my radio station there.

  6. WNW3 says:

    I’ve been using it for years. It’s were I find all the new music I listen to.

  7. Onur says:

    i just discovered t61 a couple of months ago. now i realized that the site is playing in a rondom mode, every single moment of my internet usage. it is fun to ” accomplish ” daily quests. ( i have to admire main quests are hard to do ) also it is not just listening it but if you interested in instruments, you get some kind of “inspiration” .

  8. Kevin says:

    Thesixtyone.com is on my internet speed dial.Next to facebook, googlemaps, and youtube. It is that worthy.

  9. zirconet says:

    I love T61

  10. Geronimodeleon says:

    A friend and sometime collabortator turned me on to the sixtyone.com.
    Since listening I’ve discovered so many worthy, interesting artists, on the site that I have to make a deliberate choice to listen elsewhere.

  11. Geronimodeleon says:

    Since learning of the site from a friend and sometime collaborator, I’ve discovered so many worthy artists, and worthwhile music, that I have to make a deliberate choice to listen elsewhere.

  12. Ortiz says:

    Why do people lie?

    1. Geronimodeleon says:

      My comments of December 20, 2009 were made prior to t61’s change to its new, glossier, less functional site.
      I don’t regard the site favorably any longer.
      The new glossier version is diminished in communications features, is “buggy” and slow and tedious to navigate.
      That the loyal artist/listener base was treated with such disregard leaves me with little enthusiasm for the site.
      If an artist is going to provided added value to a site by posting content, it follows (to my mind) that the artist would be considered as important to the site revision process.
      Such a shame… it was a great site.
      Now, I much prefer uvumi.com, for its friendliness and transparency.

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