So, you are addicted to Digg like me? And you like music? Then The Sixty One is your final destination.
The Sixty One, in a nutshell, is a web site where artists post songs and everyone “bumps” (votes for) the songs they like. Then the songs move up the charts and can make it to the front page (just like Digg).You can listen and create playlists of your favorite songs, purchase songs DRM-free, get your own songs noticed, share songs (your own or others’) with other people, and level up.
What is “leveling up”? I’m glad you asked. You start with 100 points. It costs points to bump up a song. If songs that you bump get bumped a lot by other people, you get points. When you level up, your influence on the whole community increases. There’s a lot more to it than that, so check out the FAQ page to see how it all works.
Or you can just go listen to unlimited sweet new music for free. Make sure you listen to Hey Ya covered by Obadiah Parker and West Coast by Coconut Records.