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The Fueled By Ramen Weekly Contest

on June 8, 2012 - 2:07pm

This week we are giving away a Cobra Starship prize package complete with a Cobra Starship t-shirt, Kiss My Sass vinyl and a copy of Paper Magazine with Gabe Saporta on the cover.

HOW TO WIN: To win this prize package just comment on the photo HERE and tell us what your favorite album of 2012 has been so far.

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Fun. at Sasquatch Music Festival

on June 8, 2012 - 12:19pm

Here's a photo of Fun. at the Sasquatch Music Festival at the Gorge in Washington last week. Click HERE to see the full gallery of photos from Sasquatch courtesy of Prefix Magazine.

photo by Suzi Pratt

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twenty | one | pilots on the cover of (614) Magazine

on June 7, 2012 - 6:11pm

Look for twenty | one | pilots on the cover of the new issue of (614) Magazine. It's the Columbus, Ohio magazine's music issue and they named the twenty | one | pilots their top band on the rise. Click HERE to see what they had to say about them!

"A big break almost never happens the way it has for Columbus’ Twenty One Pilots. In just a few short years, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have mani- fested a handful of homemade demos into one of the largest cult follow- ings the city’s modern music scene as ever seen."

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Paramore In The Studio

on June 7, 2012 - 4:24pm

Here's a new photo from Paramore's new studio blog. Click HERE to follow it for photos and updates from Hayley, Taylor and Jeremy while they're in the studio with Justin Meldal-Johnsen working on their fourth album.

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The Impossibles

on June 7, 2012 - 2:02pm


Rory Phillips of The Impossibles spoke to the Austinist about the band's upcoming reunion shows this weekend.

Were you surprised by how quickly the show sold out?
Totally and completely floored by the fact that … there was just kind of no precedent for it. Even in the band's heyday when we did really well, we weren't a band that really sold venues out. We were the band that could pack it out pretty well and it would be a good show and everybody was happy. But honestly I would love to dig into the numbers and find out why.

Click HERE to read the full interview.