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Another one of Sean Carlson's outstanding FYF Fests has come and gone, and all that is left is the memory of sunburns, ice cream sandwiches, and sonic anarchy. The Los Angeles State Park (a.k.a., the park formerly known as “the cornfield”) was a-poppin' with pre- and post-pubescent music fiends ravenously devouring the sonic snacks served up by Converge, No Age, and a Voltron-esque collaboration between Brooklyn's Ninjasonik and Japanther. Although Dan Deacon was M.I.A. (not Arulpragasam), the line was longer than fifteen Falcors and Lightning Bolt was almost shut down due to serious crowd antics, the Fest went off with out a hitch. And we all know how much hitches suck. So as an homage to FYF Fest's best memories, West Coast Sounds presents: FYF Fest: A Yearbook.

K-I-T. Have a good summer! See you next year!

Most Likely to Succeed: No Age

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Credit: Drew Tewksbury

Best Couple:Brian Chippendale and Brian Gibson, Lightning Bolt

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Credit: Drew Tewksbury

Most Athletic: Ben Weinman, Dillinger Escape Plan

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Credit: Drew Tewksbury

Class Clowns: Ninjasonik + Japanther

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Credit: Drew Tewksbury

Best Sounding Band from Outside the Venue While Waiting in Line: Crystal Antlers

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Best Metal Face: Jeff Tuttle, Dillinger Escape Plan

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Best Collaboration: Wavves with Zach Hill

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Credit: Drew Tewksbury

Most Devoted Fans: Ninjasonik + Japanther

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Credit: Drew Tewksbury