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SIXTY Listens: Emmit Fenn “Everybody Else”

Is it too early to start dreaming about the weekend already? Let Emmit Fenn’s “Everybody Else” be the bridge between Monday and the late-night summer fun that sits just on the horizon. The L.A. producer’s latest track is a bit of slow-burn electronica, complete with demure hand claps and...

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SIXTY Listens: Sudan Archives “Come Meh Way”

The musical endeavor known as Sudan Archives, helmed by L.A.-based vocalist and producer Brittney Denise Parks, is out to defy your expectations on what classical music can mean. (Parks is a self-taught violinist and her work on the instrument serves as a focal point.) “Come Meh Way” is a...

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SIXTY Listens: Alvvays “Dreams Tonite”

Toronto indie pop outfit Alvvays has just released “Dreams Tonite,” the latest single off of their upcoming album, Antisocialites, set for September 8 release. It’s–as the title might already infer–a dreamy number. The kind of track you listen to as the sun comes up over an ocean, the world...

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A Tiki Tabu Summer Playlist by Tolga Dogan

If happen to be at SIXTY LES and you happen to see Tolga Dogan behind the decks, we have some advice if you feel compelled to ask him to play a song. Do request Todd Terje’s “Inspector Norse.” Bieber’s “Despacito”–now that’s a big don’t. When the Jersey-born, New York City-based...

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SIXTY Listens: The Radio Dept. “Teach Me to Forget”

Every now and again, a song comes along that feels precisely like summers spent on oceans, late nights that turn into early mornings. The Radio Dept. has recently released a 12” version of last year’s “Teach Me to Forget.” This one is a little softer, a little less demanding. It...

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Your Guide to Miami Swim Week 2017 at Nautilus

Miami Swim Week 2017 officially takes over South Beach this week, bringing with it all the string bikinis and beach bods for which it has become so known. Things kick off Thursday, for four days of back-to-back parties and fashion shows, a few of which are happening at our...

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SIXTY Listens: BRONCHO “Get in My Car”

Oklahoma-based BRONCHO just breezed through Brooklyn with back-to-back shows at Williamsburg’s Union Pool. They’ll be touring through the end of September, promoting their 2016 album, Double Vanity. Much discussion was made in regards to its slowed down tempo when compared to the verve found on 2014’s Just Hip Enough to Be...

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Breaking Rules with Sebastien Zanella

Filmmaker and photographer Sebastien Zanella doesn’t believe in following the status quo; he believes in carving out your own creative path by whatever means necessary. In a beautifully short film directed by Gabriel Novis and shot around the world, Zanella lays out his secret for a life well lived, where...

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SIXTY Listens: DJDS “Trees on Fire”

A summer is always defined by its anthems. While there might be more bold-faced names with quote-unquote bigger hits that come out this season, you can bet you’ll be hearing plenty of DJDS “Trees on Fire” track the next few months. It’s got a kind of easy, transportive, ‘90s-R&B-esque...

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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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