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The Pre-Coachella Must-Eat Hit List

Before you go jetting off to Indio to see the second weekend of Coachella, make sure you carve out some time to explore what L.A. has to offer.  Or, at the very least, grab a bite on your way out. We’ve picked some of our favorite spots on the...

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SIXTY Listens: DJ Koze “Pick Up”

Two categorically blissful 80-degree days at SIXTY HQ in New York City last week offered us a tease–and a taste–of summer to come. After half a year of hibernation, everyone, at least in this city, is bursting at the seams for rooftop BBQs and cold cocktails. And what better...

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The Interrogator with Daniela Soto-Innes

Much is made of the energy level–and what exactly supplies the fuel for it–of Daniela Soto-Innes, the chef/partner of Enrique Olvera’s Cosme and Atla in New York City. Writers labor over descriptions of her daily activities (7 a.m wake-ups), her diet (apple-cider vinegar drinks), her workouts (yoga, most days)....

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SIXTY Sees: Moodoïd “Miss Smith”

Director Nick Roney takes us a little too close to the creative process with his new video for Moodoïd’s track, “Miss Smith.” The premise? Musician Pablo Padovani tries to find a replacement for his ex-girlfriend via a casting call for this very video. Unbeknownst to them, each actress vies for the...

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The Good Tourist’s Guide to Lower Manhattan

The saying often goes: If you want to really see a city, experience it like a local. And that might be all well and good, but it shouldn’t discount the value in asking for tips from the transients themselves, if only for a pair of fresh eyes. Nathan Michael,...

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6 Great Restaurants Near NYC’s Gramercy Park

With spring top of mind in New York City, we’ve got parks on the brain–and what park more coveted than Gramercy? This little plot of private land is for local residents only. Those without the keys are left to hang around the wrought iron bars and stare in longingly....

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SIXTY Listens: Octavian “Hands”

London rapper Octavian has been making waves for his penchant for pushing the boundaries of his genre, and now, with the release of “Hands,” he takes it one step further. The track is a down-tempo, Auto-Tuned loop that feels like some peculiar combination of Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and Kanye...

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Miami Music Week 2018: The Spinnin’ Hotels Recap

That’s a wrap on Miami Music Week! After five packed days of DJs, pool parties, and plenty of bass drops, our Spinnin’ Hotels fun came to a close yesterday. It’s the third year our own Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel teamed up with dance label Spinnin’ Records for a lineup...

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Where to Eat in L.A.’s Grand Central Market

If you haven’t been to Grand Central Market yet, get thee there–pronto. Since opening in 1917, the open-air arcade has been in continuous culinary function. What once served as a place for Bunker Hill’s tony residents has evolved throughout the years. Its most recent iteration is a smorgasbord of...

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SIXTY Listens: Kacey Musgraves “High Horse”

Followers of the SIXTY Listens feed will know that country music–or any hint thereof–doesn’t, well, make an appearance ’round here too often. But Kacey Musgrave’s “High Horse” is different. Off of her forthcoming album Golden Hour, “High Horse” is ripe with an infectious pop feel better than any genre-bending tune Taylor Swift ever...

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