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SIXTY Listens: BRONCHO

A four-piece post-punk-meets-garage-rock band out of Oklahoma, BRONCHO (pronounced “BRON-CHO,” despite what your dictionary might tell you) has been floating near the radar for the last few years, after slogging it out locally in their hometown eventually earned them an appearance on NPR’s World Café back in 2012. Two years...

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Through the Eyes of Davi Russo

Davi Russo sees New York in the way only a person who has lived here his whole life can. The moments he captures are small, taken from a distance that encapsulates the whole scene. They are nuanced to the point of mistaken insignificance, but through every sweat-streaked mirror, every...

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SIXTY Listens: Josef Salavat “Open Season”

Josef Salavat is so very close to becoming a very big thing. Having delivered solid tracks for the last year, the Australian-born, London-based singer has a team of press people working behind him who already handle Adele, Björk, Beyoncé, and Lana Del Rey. With support like that, it’s only...

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Martha Cooper’s NYC

As the story goes, Martha Cooper was working as a photographer for the New York Post in the late ‘70s, crawling around the city’s crumbling neighborhoods and taking photographs of children playing makeshift games in the streets. It was the otherside of NYC, a counterpoint to the glitz and...

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New Beginnings: A Ballet in Memoriam

Set atop the windswept 57th floor of 4WTC, director Davi Russo captures Maria Kowroski and Ask la Cour of the New York City Ballet as they bend and lean with absolute grace in a dance choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, titled “After the Rain.” With sweeping views of Manhattan, the...

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Saying Goodbye to Summer with Misun

LA-based Misun has been hammering out poppy nostalgic tracks since their debut LP “The Sea” back in 2012. With twangy guitars and raspy vocals, Misun combines ‘60s rock and roll with a breezy, soulful sound that simultaneously shares in your heartache while it yanks you right out of the gutter...

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SIXTY Reads: Cecil Beaton’s Unapologetic Tell-All

The images were always beautiful, portraits of a woman at her most glamorous. The long neck of Audrey Hepburn, the long arching wick of a lash framing Marilyn Monroe’s big doe eyes, the glint of what could only be assumed was one out of hundreds of diamond necklaces gleaming over...

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Ramones Tribute at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

“Hollywood Forever” sounds like the kind of bad tattoo someone might get after a drunken night of popping bottles and dancing on tables at the newest iteration of Hyde. But this Sunday, as scores of Americans plop down in front of their TVs, a couple hundred of Ramones fans...

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SIXTY Listens: Alvvays “Marry Me, Archie”

Bringing a blurred nostalgic sound to California beach pop, Alvvays—out of Toronto, as it turns out—does equally well pairing its songs with vintage visuals. Their recently released video for “Marry Me, Archie”, filmed on a Super 8, is a charming mash of striped-shirt nautical moments and carefree jaunts down...

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Just Say Yes to Just Say Native

Linde Sayles of Just Say Native is going at it alone. That doesn’t mean she’s not planning on having any fun, however. After splitting with her business partner in March of this year, Linde decided a break was in order. And so she took off on a big jet...

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