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SIXTY Listens: Holly Herndon “Eternal”

A fair warning: if you don’t enjoy the jazz-inspired lyrical stylings of, say, Dirty Projectors, and you’ve always found Enya to be a little too ethereal for your tastes, you very well might not enjoy Holly Herndon’s latest track, “Eternal,” off of her PROTO album. If you do like to...

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Magritte Would Approve of These Outrageous Collages

In our digitized, CGI-saturated world, it’s easy to forget that collage once represented one of the original forms of trickery—think: Rene Magritte. Today, this clip-and-paste art continues to offer the ability to transport into new and impossible realms. Case in point: Aussie artist/animator Lucy Dyson. The Berlin-based creative takes...

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A Short Film for Those Who Live to Travel

There is a shared compulsion amongst frequent travelers, those who move feverishly throughout the world, forever on the hunt for new experiences. For these restless souls, freedom is found in disappearing into the midst of an unknown scene. You become not the protagonist, but an extra in the background—and...

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SIXTY Lit: March’s Must-Read Book List

There are few companions quite like a book, especially when on the road. (Aren’t books, really, the ultimate trip? Between their pages, an escape hatch – the mind’s getaway of the highest order.) A hotel of the literary sort, SIXTY makes sure to guide its guests towards tomes of...

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SIXTY Listens: Julia Jacklin “Pressure to Party”

SIXTY took note of Australian musician Julia Jacklin two years ago, after the release of her debut album, Don’t Let the Kids Win. (You can read our interview with her here if you’re interested.) Unsurprisingly, her recently released sophomore album is getting a lot of buzz.  It’s called Crushing, and it’s excellent. “Pressure...

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SIXTY Sees: ‘Idle, Torrent’ by Alex Moy

If you’re looking for a video with a plot, look elsewhere. If you happen to be looking for a video that meanders beautifully between the somethingness and nothingness of space, this gem is for you. Animator and designer Alex Moy has created a wonderful two-minute animation set to a...

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A Manu Gavassi Guide to NYFW

New York Fashion Week is a demanding—and rewarding—stretch of seven days. Just ask Manu Gavassi. The Brazilian singer, songwriter, actress, and burgeoning young fashion icon is currently in the middle of it, running on all cylinders while she uses SIXTY SoHo as her home base. When she’s not front-row...

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SIXTY’s NYFW F/W 2019 Playlist

New York Fashion Week is here. You can feel it, right? In our (very unofficial) estimation, every bar, restaurant, and sidewalk will be filled with approximately 20% more beautiful people than usual for the next seven days. Speaking of beautiful people. If you want to keep an eye on...

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SIXTY Lit: February’s Must-Read Book List

There are few companions quite like a book, especially when on the road. (Aren’t books, really, the ultimate trip? Between their pages, an escape hatch – the mind’s getaway of the highest order.) A hotel of the literary sort, SIXTY makes sure to guide its guests towards tomes of...

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SIXTY’s 2019 Workout Resolution Playlist

There’s a meme floating around the internet that you’ve probably seen. It says, “Summer bodies are made in winter.” No matter how you feel about the generic, Hallmark-y quality of memes, this one’s central truth is undeniable: how you look in a bathing suit come June very well depends...

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