Years after the emo bubble popped, the label is still going strong.

Fueled By Ramen, a label that originated in a scholastic dorm room in Gainesville, Fl. in 1996, has incubated some of the biggest names in pop-punk and emo music higher than the accumulation 22 years. From the in the future days of Fall Out Boy to the crossover triumph of Paramore and Panic! At The Disco and the fast-alight hits of Cobra Starship and Fun., the label has displayed a surprisingly long shelf-energy. Part of that is thanks to its partnership when Atlantic Records, but the label has furthermore been practiced at branching out on peak of one specific strong.

In a 2015 interview bearing in mind Buzzfeed former FBR head John Janick explained how he worked hard to add the label greater than its emo roots. I watched labels that were in a specific scene, and I dont deficiency to say they died, but they werent as relevant anymore because the scene they were tied to wasnt healthy, he said. For me it wasnt very practically mammal a portion of the ska-punk scene or the emo scene or the pop-punk scene, it was approximately mammal culturally important and transitioning in a way that felt natural.

General Manager Mike Easterlin agrees. We atmosphere later an independent, he said in a 2015 interview as soon as Music Business Worldwide. I dont think we could ever be every single one part of when more 14 bands. Every adherent of our team has lecture to buddies bearing in mind the artists.”

Genius put together a timeline of important releases from Fueled By Ramen to track the labels innovation from a shoestring indie to a pop punk powerhouse to a yet-relevant musical force in 2017 and more than.