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SIXTY Listens: Róisín Murphy “Incapable”

Róisín Murphy delivers a simmering, deep-house hand-clapper with “Incapable.” With the help of producer Richard Barratt (aka DJ Parrot), Murphy soars as the beat slowly builds. Her musings on never having had a broken heart begin unpanicked and matter-of-fact. By the end, though, the anxiety begins to spike, and...

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Getting IRL Time with URL Icon Serena Kerrigan

Serena Kerrigan does good internet. The 25-year-old New York native, otherwise known as “SFK: The Queen of Confidence,” creates seemingly endless streams of content across myriad platforms. She’s a producer and host at Refinery29. She’s got a new YouTube series in the works called Ask Serena, in which she...

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Make Believe Playlist Vol. 5: Summer Nights with Isa

It’s here. Summer has arrived in New York City and that means BBQs, bike rides, and warm nights spent drinking and dancing on rooftops until the wee hours. One of the best rooftops to do just that is Make Believe, a transportive concept lounge at SIXTY LES. The view...

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At the Table with ALL TIME’s Tyler Wells and Ashley Ragovin

You feel it immediately when you walk in. Day or night, rain or shine, ALL TIME, a breezy all-day cafe on Hillhurst Avenue in Los Feliz, buzzes with a rare kind of energy. Regulars chat with servers behind the counter. Friends run into one another on the outdoor patio....

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in June

There’s a lot afoot this month. For this June edition of Art Beat, SIXTY includes a wildly diverse collection of aesthetic experiences in New York and Los Angeles. Wonder can be found everywhere this month. Plan to take yourself further afield. From a historic Brooklyn graveyard to a Smithsonian museum,...

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What to Do This Month in New York City and L.A.

Oh, sweet summer, you have finally arrived. This June, the cultural calendar is practically bursting at the seams. Outdoor food festivals, late-night concerts, art shows, exhibitions: you’ll find it all over the next 30 days. SIXTY’s resident culture writer Scott Heins narrows it down a bit. Herewith, your handy...

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SIXTY Listens: Jai Paul “Do You Love Her Now”

Jai Paul left as quickly as he arrived. In 2011, the British singer/songwriter/producer released the decidedly peculiar (and decidedly danceable) “BTSTU.” It was fresh, new, revolutionary. The makings of an artist on the verge. But then, little followed, with the exception of 2012’s “jasmine,” a down-tempo hand-clapper that went...

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16 Questions with Kyly Zak Rabin

Light from Fairfax Avenue spills over gray concrete floors and natural wood walls. The geometry of the place is considered and thought out, from the giant mirrored circle (very of the moment), to the curved bench (recalling, in miniature, the likes of designer Vladimir Kagan), to the lines of...

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In the Studio with Lucia Hierro

The bodega. For New Yorkers, these are establishments that anchor our blocks, and, in many ways, our lives. They are our most reliable neighbors, cramped and clustered stores filled with everything you need on the go or in a pinch. But all bodegas are not created equal. The items...

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SIXTY Sees: Tyler the Creator “EARFQUAKE”

For Tyler the Creator’s video for “EARFQUAKE”, the ever-surprising artist came up with a concept that’s perfect mid-century cringe. An inept talk show host—one Tracee Ellis Ross perhaps borrowing inspiration from Zach Galifianakis’s spoof interview series, Between Two Ferns—introduces Tyler the Creator’s act. From here on, it’s his show. Standing...

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