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SIXTY Listens: Georgia “About Work the Dancefloor”

If you like the propulsive beats of, say, Robyn, and you appreciate the ’80s incantations of Stranger Things, you’ll likely be able to get down with this new track from Georgia. A pulsing electronic stutter and the UK-based artist’s soaring vocals make for the precise sound one requires when...

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The Spinnin’ Hotels 2019 Miami Music Week Playlist

Miami Music Week 2019 starts in T-minus, and Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel is preparing to host yet another year of EDM magic with the help of Spinnin’ Records. The fun starts this Wednesday, March 27 and wraps up Sunday, March 31. This year’s lineup features usual suspects like Sander van...

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Where to Party During Miami Music Week 2019

If you’re a fan of EDM, Miami Music Week is, without a doubt, mecca. No festival on earth drops the beat quite as hard as MMW. From Wednesday, March 27 to Sunday, March 31, DJs, producers, and musicians from around the world take to stages across the city. What...

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Karen O. Teams with Danger Mouse for ‘Lux Prima’

Hints of an exciting collaboration between Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O. and musician/ producer Danger Mouse came with the late-2018 release of “Lux Prima,” a lovely and meandering nine-minute track reportedly inspired by space. Then “Woman” arrived, a banging little gem that took the tambourine-smacking beat of the 1950s and...

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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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