Buffetlibre Dj's Hit! Mixtape - Free Download

Two months after our latest mixtape Verbena 5, and one month before the releasing of Rewind Part 2, "Hit!" is nothing but a funny experience where we have compiled some of the hits that we use to play in our shows. We really have enjoyed recording this mixtape!


  1. Sintonia Buffetlibre
  2. 2 Unlimited – Get Ready For This (Orchestral Version)
  3. Gossip – Standing In The Way Of Control (Soulwax remix)
  4. Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer
  5. Daft Punk – One More Time
  6. Eric Prydz – Call On Me
  7. Justice vs Simian– We Are Your Friends
  8. And One – Metal Hammer
  9. Les Rhymes Digitales – (Hey You) What's That Sound?
  10. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You
  11. Simian Mobile Disco – Hustler
  12. Gala – Freed From Desire
  13. Wildchild - Renegade Master (Fatboy Slim Old Skool remix)
  14. Armand Van Helden – You Don’t Know Me
  15. Soulwax – Ny Lipps
  16. Whigfield – Saturday Night
  17. Mylo vs. Miami Sound Machine - Doctor Pressure
  18. Modjo – Lady
  19. Justice – D.A.N.C.E. (Mstrkrft remix)
  20. Run DMC – It’s Like That
  21. Ann Lee – Two Times
  22. Chemical Brothers – Hey Boy Hey Girl
  23. Alter Ego – Rocker
  24. Tomcraft – Loneliness
  25. Basement Jaxx – Red Alert
  26. Cassius - Feeling For You (Les Rhymes Digitales remix)
  27. Tiga & Zyntherius – Sunglasses At Night
  28. MGMT – Kids (Soulwax remix)
  29. Josh Wink – Higher State Of Consciousness
  30. Scatman John - Scatman
  31. Digitalism – Pogo (Shinichi Osawa remix)
  32. Vitalic – La rock 01

We will do some special shows to celebrate the releasing of "Hit!". We hope to see you there!

Very thanks,

Marc Constanti

27 nov 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Noise Club (Barcelona)
28 nov 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Obbio (Sevilla)
29 nov 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Fever (Bilbao)
3 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ The Ruby Lounge (Manchester, UK)
4 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Sick Note (Edinburgh, UK)
5 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Whip It! at The Amersham Arms (London, UK)
6 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ The Lock Tavern (London, UK)
18 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Cultura Club (Palma de Mallorca)
19 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Be Cool (Barcelona)
25 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Noise Club (Barcelona)
26 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Pop Bar, Razzmatazz (Barcelona)
31 dic 2008 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Verbena Fin de Año en Be Cool (Barcelona)
9 ene 2009 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Club Gare (Porto, Portugal)
10 ene 2009 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Minimercado (Lisboa, Portugal)
24 ene 2009 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Low Club (Madrid)
31 ene 2009 - Buffetlibre Dj’s @ Cotton Club (Lleida)
20 feb 2009 - Buffetlibre Dj's @ Sixty Million Postcards (Bournemouth,UK)

Hurray for the Max Bumps Listener Awards For T61!

After weeks of planning, nominating, and voting, we are pleased to finally announce the winners of first annual Max Bumps Listener Awards For T61. First we'd like to thank the people who made this possible. We could not have done this without the web-hosting and technical help of batface89. She was also quite encouraging. Our anonymous jury did a great but difficult job of narrowing the under-bumped song nominations to five. We're grateful for the efforts of three listeners who responded to our project by doing things we didn't even think of and offering them to us. Bcbomb47 adapted our publicity banner to blend into t61 decor. Carpex ingeniously created a ascii thumb when images were removed from about me spaces part-way through our campaign. Also, philomath created playlists with the nominated songs from each category, making voting a lot easier.

I'd like to thank our committee as well. Our leader was Evonity, who kept the project together. The awards were his brainchild. mathmanmrt was the person most involved in the nomination lists, and both surveys. Iyzie was the graphic designer on the committee, and SallySilvera was the member most active in promoting the awards. Although Evonity published the blog posts, I (ganglyblueheron) wrote them. It was a pleasure working with this team.

We would also like to thank all the users and artists who helped us with publicity. We could not have gotten the turnout we did without the help of your about me sections, wall posts, tuneboxes, and avatar thumbs. Thank you very much for spreading the word. The Powncers as a group were very helpful in the effort to get the vote out, so we'd like to acknowledge them. Thank you as well to each listener who submitted nominations and voted. (I'll include number of voters here when we know it)

Not Off The Hook Yet

We have a few remaining favors to ask of you. We would love to have feedback about this year's awards in the Max Bumps Awards forum. This will give next year's committee an idea of what direction to take the project. If you appreciated an aspect of the project in particular, or if you have improvements to suggest, please let us know. Politely pointing out concerns or problems is educational; it will not get you banned from a forum at Max Bumps.

As usual, we could use help alerting users to this blog post.

  1. We would love it if you would put this in your about me space:

    <h2><a target="_blank" href="http://www.maxbumps.net/2008/11/hurray-for-max-bumps-listener-awards.html">WHO WON A MAX?. CLICK THIS LINK TO FIND OUT</a></h2>

  2. Please send out tuneboxes or wallposts to anyone you sent previous notices to, saying:

    "The results are in! See the winners of the Max Bumps Listener Awards For T61 at www.maxbumps.net"

  3. Copy following code and past it on your Comment Wall (not in your About Me) to display the complete list of winners. Have a look at our wall for an example:

    <img src="http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr283/Evonity/maxbumps/AwardList2008List.png" />

And the Winners Are....

We have no red carpet, and we're not wearing fancy gowns or tuxes, but we're pleased to present the winners. We're sure we weren't the only few who found voting to be a series of difficult decisions, because all the nominees were worthy of attention. We had ballots submitted by 214 listeners. If you like, you can review the nominees at our forum. Here are the winners of the Max for each category:

Best Alternative Song:

Meiko---Boys With Girlfriends

Best Blues Song:

The Dodos---Trades and Tariffs

Best Classical Song:

DJ Kaspy---Rakuyou (Fallen Leaves)

Best Country Song:

How I Could Just Kill A Man, covered by Rench

Best Dance Song:

CSS---Music Is My Hot, Hot Sex

Best Electronic Song:

Classical Gas, remixed by Westmore

Best Experimental Song:

Enya vs Prodigy, remixed by Lenlow

Best Folk Song:

Meiko---Reasons To Love You

Best Hip-Hop Song:


Best Instrumental Song:

Edwin Tejoz---Life

Best Jazz Song:

hot bitch arsenal---on second thought

Best Pop Song:

Jonathon Coulton---Code Monkey

Best R&B Song:


Best Reggae Song:

Karma Police, covered by Easy Star All Stars

Best Rock Song:

King Tut---Luke's Hymn

Best Vocal Song:

ingrid michaelson---Keep Breathing

Best Cover Song:

Hey Ya, covered by Obadiah Parker

Best Non-English Song:

Sigur Rós---Gobbledigook

Most Underrated Song:

Wake---Buffalo Eskimo

Most Listener-Oriented Arist:

Glenn Case

Overall Greatest Artist:

(Our only tie):

Artist's Artist:

(In this category, only four artists were suggested for nomination. We chose to award each with the award)

Congratulations to all the artists listed above. Each winner will receive a graphic (Max) that they can display both on t61 and elsewhere on the web. Congratulations also to t61 for a year online. Thank you to the entire community of listeners, artists, and developers who have made t61 an adventure worth celebrating.


ganglyblueheron, writing for Evonity, Iyzie, SallySilvera, and mathmanmrt.

Max Bumps Listener Awards Update

The survey will close on Thursday, November 20th, at 4pm CST (10pm GMT). Winners will be presented in this blog on Friday, November 21th, at 5pm CST (11pm GMT).

If you have not filled out the Award Ballot, do it now!

[Video] Raconteurs - Old Enough

I'm a huge fan of the Raconteurs and Jack White, in particular. This is a fantastic new tune! The video is pretty swell too. Directed by Autumn de Wilde and edited by Miky Wolf, the band is playing in the woods amongst an array of mirrors. This seems rather low tech and simple, but man, it must have been tough to light and keep the gear out of the mirrors. Maybe they ended up painting out crew and equipment. I have no idea, but its cool.

Old Enough from Miky Wolf on Vimeo.

Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and Phil Selway to re-join Neil Finn for new Seven Worlds Collide project

Normally I don't post press releases but Neil Finn IS my favorite musician of all time and I was so geeked to hear this!


Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and Phil Selway will once again back Neil Finn for a follow up to the acclaimed Seven Worlds Collide, a project supporting international development organization Oxfam.

Seven years ago OBrien and Selway were invited by Finn to participate in a special series of concerts in New Zealand under the banner Seven Worlds Collide. Also returning from that original Seven Worlds Collide lineup will be founder of the Smiths and member of Modest Mouse Johnny Marr, Soul Coughing bassist Sebastian Steinberg, songwriter and violinist Lisa Germano, and Liam Finn. Artists newly joining the project include Jeff Tweedy, John Stirrat, Glenn Kotche and Pat Sansone from Wilco, and New Zealand songwriters Bic Runga and Don McGlashan. Behind the mixing desk will be master recording engineer Jim Scott. More names will be added to the lineup in the coming weeks.

The album will be recorded over the next few months in Auckland's Roundhead Studios and is due for release in 2009. Like its predecessor, the project will also see a series of concerts featuring many of the artists included in the lineup. The shows will take place in Auckland early in the New Year. Details will be announced soon.

Worlds Collide
Worlds Collide is a live album released in 2001 by New Zealand singer/songwriter, Neil Finn. This is a live recording culled from a series of five shows from April 2, 2001 to April 6, 2001 featuring Neil Finn & Friends recorded at the St James theatre in Auckland, New Zealand. Notable guests in Finn's band included Eddie Vedder, Johnny Marr, Ed O'Brien, Tim Finn, Sebastian Steinberg, Phil Selway, Lisa Germano and Betchadupa. The title of this album is derived from the line "Seven worlds will collide / whenever I am by your side" from Crowded House's 1993 single Distant Sun.

Oxfam International
Oxfam is an international development organisation working to end poverty and injustice to bring real and lasting change to the lives of people living in poverty and to create a safer, fairer and more sustainable world.
Oxfam believes that poverty is not inevitable. Instead, poverty results from unjust policies, and the denial of basic rights and opportunities. There are 13 Oxfam affiliates working with communities on the ground in over 100 countries. We put all our effort and expertise into saving lives, developing programmes that empower people, and campaigning for lasting change.

Radiohead is Colin Greenwood, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Philip Selway and Thom Yorke. Radiohead's recordings have included 1993's Pablo Honey, 1995's The Bends, 1997's OK Computer (the tour for which was documented by the 1998 film Meeting People Is Easy), 2000's Kid A, 2001's Amnesiac, 2003's Hail To The Thief and In Rainbows, which was self-released via Radiohead.com in October 2007. In Rainbows was released to traditional retail by TBD Records/ATO in January 2008 and entered the U.S. chart at #1.

How to become a top rookie

I'll be honest with you: I have never been a top rookie at The Sixtyone. I have the habit of loosing every point I win, by bumping every song I like, instead of just the songs I thought were homepage material. The only reason I made it to level 16 so far, is that I occasionally prohibit myself from being Romantic. But since it's not that hard to guess what you need to become one (a good profit rating) I think even I know what it takes.

As long as you're at a low level, say something less than eleven, it's relative easy to make profit out of your bumps. As a rule of thumb you could say that the earlier you bump a song, the more profit you will get from it. The risk of loosing points on songs that don't do as well as you might have expected when you early bumped it, is not particular high. As long as you stay away from unpopular genres (classic, electronic, jazz and the likes), experimental or controversial music and poor productions, you should do fine. Songs by established artists are expensive to bump, but as long as you're at a low level, you should be able to even make profit on these. Don't take my word on it, but you shouldn't be too considered with the decline of your total score, when you browse the today page. As long as you're looking out for quality music instead of an emotional treat, you should do fine. Every point spend on good music, will return sooner or later.

Then again, you might wonder why anybody would want to be a top rookie, or a Sensei of Soul for that matter. Gaming with music probably seems a bit immoral to you. Maybe you think that bumping songs because you expect them to become popular, instead of bumping them because you like them, or camping around the upload pages just to get that first bump, is childish and even compromising. Of course you can find and enjoy the best music to be found on the Net, without clicking that big triangle. You can also perfectly support artists by commenting on their songs and walls. But if you want artist to become popular on t61 you need points and you only get these by making profit on bumps.

I know that listeners at levels below 11, who want their favorites to become everyone's favorite, can get quite frustrated by this. I've read a lot of complaints about not making enough profit to be really able to support all the great music. Just hang in there, sooner or later you reach a point where you still care for music AND games, but stop caring about points and levels. When you get there, you stop being a rookie and start being a regular. In the mean time, don't try to convince the developers of t61 that they should downgrade on the game aspect of the site. I happen to love the game - not as much as the music that arrives in uncountable measures of rhythm, tunes and lyrics, but enough to hardly ever search for indie music outside t61.

Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61: Get Your Vote On!

On November 4, it was all about McCain Vs Obama. Some of us wished we were involved that election, but we didn't qualify to choose. From November 5-15, it's all about RAC vs Meiko vs ZUBA vs band of horses, etc, and each of us can have a voice in that!

The Sixtyone is nearly a year old. To celebrate, this month all users of t61will have the chance to vote on the year's best music and artists on the site. A few weeks ago we announced the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61 and opened up nominations in three categories. You can read about how we came up with all the nominations at The Nominations Process

How to Vote:

> > VOTE HERE < <

We thought you'd like to look over the nominations before voting, and perhaps give them a listen, so we've provided a list with links to each song in our forum: All nominations with links to songs and artists. To make it even more easy, our fellow listener Philomath created playlists in his My Music section, so that you can continuous play every song in a category of your choice. Get the links from our forum or go directly to Philomath's profile page.

To vote, go to Survey Monkey and fill out the survey. Say, for example, If you want to vote for Best Hip Hop Song, and Best Classical Song, but have no opinion for Best Country Song, simply click the option "No opinion." We ask you only to vote once, and in light of this, the survey site will only accept one entry for every IP address. Please alert us to any problems or questions that come up by posting them in our special awards forum here at Max Bumps.

Help Us Get the Word Out

With further changes to communication options at T61, we have had trouble getting the word out about our awards. We think that there are still hundreds of users that haven't heard of our project, and we'd like everyone to be able to vote, so that winning a "Max" will truly mean something to the artists. Please help us in one or all of the following ways:

  1. Display our trademark - a hitchhikers thumb or thumbs up on your profile page. Select the code below, copy it and then paste it in your About Me (listeners) or News (artists) section. What the code does, is render a so called ascii drawing, which are drawings that exists solely from keyboard characters.

    <br /> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;_<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ( ((<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;\ =\<br />&nbsp;&nbsp; __\_ `-\ <br />&nbsp;&nbsp;(____))( \---- <br />&nbsp;&nbsp;(____)) _ <br />&nbsp;&nbsp;(____))<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;(____))____/----<br /><br />

  2. Use big words to link your profile page to this post. You can do that by copying and pasting the next code.

    <h2><a target="_blank" href="http://www.maxbumps.net/2008/11/max-bumps-listener-awards-for-t61-get.html">Get Your Vote ON. CLICK THIS LINK</a></h2>

  3. Send subscribers a tunebox about the awards. Use your own words, or this quote:
    From Oct 10 to Nov 21 maxbumps.net is hosting the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. There will be awards for artists and songs in several different categories. We - the t61 audience - are going to pick the winners. Voting is from Nov 5 to Nov 15. For more details visit maxbumps.net asap. Pass this message or something similar on to your subscribers if you want to support this initiative, but before you do, check if they are not involved already.

    For those of you who sent a tunebox to subscribers with our first campaign, here is one that might be more fitting to update subscribers:

    The time has come to vote for the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Voting takes place Nov 5-15. Visit www.maxbumps.net for more details. If you support this project, please pass this message on to your subscribers, but before you do, check that they are not involved already.

  4. Publish a quote of your own onto your wall, or choose one of these. Please consider also posting a sentence on the wall of your group, if no one else has:

    • Love the sixtyone? Let's award the best artists of the past year with the Max Bumps Listener Awards for the 61! See www.maxbumps.net/ for the whole story.

    • T61 turns one this November! At Maxbumps.net, we're celebrating with the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Click for more details

    • Vote for the best artists and songs on T61! Go to www.maxbumps.net to learn about the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61

    • Not eligible to vote for US President? No matter, at least you can vote for the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Go to www.maxbumps.net to read more.

    • Celebrate the best of T61 over the last year by voting for the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Visit www.maxbumps.net for more details.

    • When max bumps aren't enough, there are the Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Vote for the best songs and artists of the past year. Find out more at www.maxbumps.net

    • Vote: It's the it thing to do this fall, and here's another reason: The Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Visit www.maxbumps.net to see nominations.

  5. If don't have it already, please consider putting a thumb on your avatar. People who never see our walls see our avatars on bump lists and wonder what it's about. See the forum at http://www.maxbumps.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=22 to find our how.

Thank you for your help with publicity, and for voting for your favourite songs. We will announce the winners of the Maxes November 21. Not all of us can vote for American President, but we can all vote for The Max Bumps Listener Awards for T61. Vote: It's the it thing to do this fall.


Evonity, Mathmanmrt, SallySilvera, and Ganglyblueheron