The Impossibles just announced their first show in ten years today. They'll be playing at Mohawk in Austin, Texas on June 9th, 2012. Visit theimpossiblesreturn.com to get your tickets now!
Click HERE to read an interview Travie McCoy of Gym Class Heroes did with the Omaha World Herald.
There's a lot of double entendres and a lot of slick tongue action. I like to do a lot of that with our records. I like to write stuff that when you scratch the surface and you go, "Oh. Oh! Oh!"
We had some new items go in the store recently for Valentine's Day! Starting today through Valentine's Day you can pick up those items for 15% Off! Additionally get FREE SHIPPING on orders of $50 or more! This offer expires at the end of the day February 14th! Click HERE to shop now!
Fun.'s latest single for 'We Are Young' is currently the #2 song on iTunes! Thank you to everyone who's been checking it out. It's from the band's upcoming album Some Nights which will be released February 21st.
Check out ournameisfun.com tomorrow to listen to full album.
Here’s a video that our friend Zack Hall sent in from Panic! At The Disco’s recent UK tour. It’s a live version of ‘Let’s Kill Tonight’ shot from the stage. Enjoy!
Cobra Starship's single 'Middle Finger' featuring Mac Miller continues to be added to radio stations across the country. Click HERE for a list of important radio stations playing the song and all the info you need to request it.
Click HERE to join The Fueled By Ramen Street Team and find out how else you can help promote the song and earn prizes for your work!
Kiss 95.1 – 704.570.9595
Channel 961 – 704.570.9696
Kiss107 – 513.749.1071 or Text ‘Middle Finger’ to 38828
96.5 KISS-FM – REQUEST ONLINE
WNCI – 800.822.9624
Green Bay, WI
101 WIXX - 920.406.1011 or Text ‘Middle Finger’ to 31011
95.9 KISS FM - 866.916.0959
107.5 The Q – 901.375.1075
101.3 KDWB - 651.989.5392
107.5 The River – 615.737.9107
Click HERE to see love song music picks from Sierra Kusterbeck of VersaEmerge and members of The Maine, Mayday Parade, Silverstein and more!
Our friend Evan (Into It. Over It.) showed us this spot and it made our touring in Pittsburgh experience infinitely better. You walk in and hear punk rock music, see tattooed mid to late twenties punk or hardcore enthusiasts working behind the counter and it feels like home.
I ordered the thai peanut tofu sandwich, barley soup and a delicious iced mocha. The place doubles as a place for delicious coffee do I felt with my new found interest I should indulge.
The sandwich was misleadingly filling although it looks like a smaller serving at first glance. Cooked just right and anything Thai related adds perfection to food. The soup was the first time I willingly tried barley and I loved it, perfect addition to the sandwich. I did the fat guy thing and dipped my sandwich in the soup mmmmmmm.