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Pop-Break Interview with Andrew Cook

on May 31, 2012 - 10:05am

Click HERE to read an interview that did with Andrew Cook of A Rocket To The Moon about recording their new album.

"Every producer’s different, you know? It’s just you gotta go in with an open mind and be willing to learn from them and hope that they don’t take too much away from you and let you kind of do your thing as well. And Mark was really great about that."

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Gym Class Heroes:

on May 30, 2012 - 10:03am

Click HERE to read the article on about why they think Gym Class Heroes should be 'pop superstars.'

Like so many recent songs, 'The Fighter' reaches out to bullied kids—these days, you can’t make a pop album without this kind of anthem—but it mixes up the formula with a little tough love. Recalling his own past, McCoy says, “Text book version of a kid going nowhere fast, and now I’m yelling ‘kiss my ass.’”

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Fueled By Ramen 'Pin To Win' Contest

on May 29, 2012 - 10:08am

We are excited to announce our 'Pin To Win' contest which starts today. We're giving away ten of your favorite items from The Fueled By Ramen Webstore. Here's what you need to do:

1. Create a Pinboard on your Pinterest account of up to 10 of your favorite items from The Fueled By Ramen Webstore. Title your board 'My Fueled By Ramen Wishlist.' If you do not have a pinterest account you can set one up HERE.

2. Email the link of your board to with 'Pin To Win' as the subject line.

3. Share the board with your friends!

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$5 Friday: Panic! At The Disco

on May 25, 2012 - 10:01am

Today our $5 special is the Panic! At The Disco 'Goat Rose' t-shirt! Pick it up HERE in The Fueled By Ramen Webstore for only $5 through the end of the day. Happy Friday!

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Paramore: 20 Questions with Hayley Williams

on May 24, 2012 - 10:02am

Click HERE to read Hayley Williams of Paramore’s answers to 20 Questions from Audrey Kitching on


“I am laughing things off a lot more easily these days than I was at 19, when I wrote the last album. A lot of change… a lot of positivity. Even the songs with the more serious subject matter feel less toiled and troubled. Musically, I am most inspired by the personality captured in every instrument. That, to me, is actually what is making up this newer sound that is happening.”