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The Spinnin’ Hotels Miami Music Week 2018 Playlist

Next week, EDM powerhouse Spinnin’ Records returns to our own Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel for what is sure to be another raucous Miami Music Week. Starting Wednesday, March 21 and running through Sunday, March 25, each day of Spinnin’ Hotel will bring with it another epic lineup of DJs...

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SIXTY Listens: Serpentwithfeet “Bless Ur Heart”

It’s a tenuous, fragile ride, this song. Kind of like love. Josiah Wise, otherwise known as serpentwithfeet, has been known to bring together unexpected elements for songs that soar. “Bless Ur Heart,” off of the forthcoming album, Soil, is no exception. In it, Wise contemplates love in the rearview,...

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SIXTY Sees: ‘The Papermaker’ by Daniel Egenolf

It can be easy, in this day and age of digital, to forget the communication workhorse that served us for centuries: paper. A papermaker in Germany, however, isn’t quite ready to let the pulp art die. As one of the last to make paper by hand in Europe, Gangolf Ulbricht produces...

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SIXTY Listens: Beach House “Lemon Glow”

Baltimore-bred Beach House has been turning out bedroom pop of the cerebral sort since 2004. Each album since then, while good, has existed within the parameters Beach House first created for themselves. But maybe not their next effort, if this latest release is any indication. “Lemon Glow” is the first...

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SIXTY Listens: Janelle Monáe “Make Me Feel”

If you’re needing a Prince fix–at least by proxy–you’ll probably dig Janelle Monáe’s latest track, “Make Me Feel,” off of her new album Dirty Computer. It’s pure pop of the nostalgic kind, and with a video that channels that very same sentiment. The whole thing is a fun romp through...

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Brendan Fallis’s NYFW Playlist

Brendan Fallis is one of those New York City multi-hyphenates that seems like he’s got his fingers in every pot. As a DJ, this Canadian expat has provided the soundtrack for everyone from GQ to Louis Vuitton, lending sounds to events that make them, well, more sonically eventful. He’s...

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SIXTY Listens: MorMor “Heaven’s Only Wishful”

Canadian singer/producer MorMor (aka Seth Nyquist) does not quite fit in with his peers. Or, really, his music doesn’t befit exactly one description. For “Heaven’s Only Wishful,” a new single from the (fairly) new artist, takes us on an unexpected tour through genres, from contemplate rock to glittering pop....

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SIXTY Listens: Troye Sivan “My My My”

It’s been well over a week since we first watched (and watched, and watched, and watched again) Troye Sivan’s video for “My My My,” an addictive pop track that you will surely be hearing well through summer. For the song, director Grant Singer channelled the grainy, wind-machined brilliance of some...

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SIXTY Sees: Dream Wife “Hey Heartbreaker”

We absolutely adore the work of London-based illustrator Joey Prytherch (aka Mason London). And so we were very excited when he took the reigns in directing a music video for UK punk band Dream Wife. For “Hey Heartbreaker,” Prytherch created a world that feels somewhere between RoboCop  and your Instagram...

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The Textures of New York City

If you’ve been here, you’ll recognize it. The globs of old paint on metal, the gum-strewn concrete, the bricks, the bricks, the bricks. Yes, the textures of New York City are unmistakable. It’s a kind of grit and wear unique to this place. Director Ynon Lan captures it all perfectly–from subway...

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