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Label Bio

Label Bio

Since its official inception in 1996, Fueled By Ramen Records has been less of a record label than it has been a brand for the evergrowing community that has embraced what the label stands for. The label has become the nucleus for today’s best and brightest punk-inspired rock/pop bands. Originally based in the college town of Gainesville, Florida, Fueled By Ramen now calls New York City home.

Contact Info

All written correspondence (including demos) can be sent to:

Fueled By Ramen
1633 Broadway 10th floor
New York, NY 10019

To get in touch with us via e-mail, please use the following directory. Do not email about demo submissions.

Webstore - for questions about orders or anything related to The Fueled By Ramen Webstore
Street Team - to find out how you can join The Fueled By Ramen Street Team
Internships - for more information on interning at Fueled By Ramen in New York City
Design Internships - for more information on design internships at Fueled By Ramen in New York City

** Internships are unpaid and you must be able to receive college credit. **

FAQs

  • How can I help promote the bands on Fueled By Ramen?
    Besides word of mouth and posting on your socials, you can join our Fuled By Ramen Street Team. The street teamers help promote FBR bands at local concerts, festivals around their town with stickers, posters, flyers and samplers. Sign up HERE to get started! is just the beginning!
  • How do I get an internship at Fueled By Ramen?
    Email your resume to internships@fueledbyramen.net and let us know a little about yourself, when you'd be available to start and what you'd be interested in doing here. Before you do that you should know that internships are always unpaid and you will be responsible for finding a place to live/commute during your internship. Our New York City offices look for motivated individuals each summer, fall and spring semester.
  • How does a band get signed to Fueled By Ramen?
    Each one of our bands have been signed for different reasons, and there are numerous things that we always look for – from your music, to your work ethic, to your personalities, to everything in between. The most important thing you can do is to work hard and accomplish as much as you can for your band before trying to get signed to a label. Develop a local following, tour, record an EP, reach out to local publications, etc. – we look for bands that are creating their own buzz and aren’t depending on somebody else to do it for them. Putting all you can into your band will attract labels wishing to do the same.