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The War on Drugs “Holding On”

If you love The Boss (aka Bruce Springsteen), you’ll love The War on Drugs’ latest offering, “Holding On.” Like all good rock ‘n’ roll that has come before it, “Holding On” is an Americana mega-anthem that’s built for a cross-country road trip in a gas-guzzling Camaro. Top down, naturally. Have a...

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SIXTY Listens: Toro y Moi “Girl Like You”

Ready for those hot, sweaty nights spent wandering through New York City streets searching for that ever-elusive someone special? You will be after listening to this new track from Toro y Moi. “Girl Like You” is a slow burn single off of the artist’s forthcoming album, Boo Boo, out...

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SIXTY Listens: Arcade Fire “Everything Now”

For the first track off their upcoming fifth album, Arcade Fire tackles what feels like the increasingly stressful byproduct of having the world at your fingertips. Constant communication, relentless consumption, it’s all there—and it’s all driving us mad. (The kitchen-sink sentiment is reflected in the song itself, which makes...

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SIXTY Sees: POLO & PAN “Coeur Croisé”

Fans of the sumptuous saturation of La La Land and the mid-century glamor of an Alex Prager photograph will delight in this gorgeous new video for POLO & PAN’s track, “Coeur Croisé.” Directed by Pablo Maestres, a master of surreal, this video takes viewers on a strange and stylized...

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SIXTY Listens: Phoenix “Ti Amo”

From what little we’ve heard of Phoenix’s soon-to-be-released album, Ti Amo, we’re banking on it being one that defines the summer of 2017. Their second single–the title track, “Ti Amo”–is a divine piece of restless pop. It’s that song you listen to right before you head out for the night...

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A Mini-History of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden

Across the street from the Miami Beach Convention Center lives an oasis of subtropical flora. A water- lily-lined Japanese garden, a gumbo-limbo courtyard, ponds, and bioswales are just a few of the gems you will discover at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden. Founded in 1962 and fitted with a...

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SIXTY Listens: Haim “Right Now”

It’s been four long years since HAIM’s last album, Days Are Gone, but the polished sister act is finally back with something new. They’ve just started teasing out their second album, Something to Tell You, and if “Right Now” is any indication, it’s going to be a good one....

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LCD Soundsystem “American Dream”

Our favorite retired–oh, wait, not retired–Brooklyn band LCD Soundsystem is back in a very big way. The group recently pulled a five-night residency at the recently opened Brooklyn Steel, played a set at Saturday Night Live, and will be doing the festival rounds this summer. So much for giving up...

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SIXTY Listens: Phoenix “J-Boy”

Phoenix, known for their pseudo-indie pop banger anthems, returns–this time with something a little less written with stadiums in mind. “J-Boy” is a twinkling, relatively downtempo track off their upcoming album, Ti Amo. If the whole effort doesn’t sound like their usual glittering selves, you’d be right to assume something’s...

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The War on Drugs “Thinking of a Place”

Let the War on Drug’s Adam Granduciel take on you a trip–a long one. Clocking in at 11 well-paced minutes, the band’s latest track, “Thinking of a Place,” is a oh-so-pleasant meditation on the lost and unattained. It’s the kind of song you imagine rolling down the road to, hot summer...

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