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Cobra Starship appears at 1:36 and then answering a Question at 3:03.

I’ve uploaded a Photo from a Shooting the Cobras had in 2011. The Photo is courtesy of Kent Miller.

The Cobras appear at 0:15 and Gabe is talking about their Performance.

>>> Check out the Pictures here

Cobra Starship performed at the Rolling Stone Hosts The Bacardi Bash: 150 Years of Rocking The Party in Indianapolis yesterday (Feb 4). Check out the Photos of the arriving.

A few days ago Cobra Starship had an Interview with KIIS FM 102.7’s JoJo (on the Radio). Check it out below.

Alex Suarez had an Interview with Low Tone Media and of course mentioned Gabe.

LTM: The band has had a lot of really diverse collaborations form Leighton to Flo Rida – how does it work finding the right people to work with, how do you guys know how pick the right people for the job?

AS: It’s hard, we get a lot of suggestions for things, we try to do things that fit. For example on our current record the song Middle Finger, everyone was pushing for a big rapper to be on it but Gabe was like lets get Mac Miller, who was this guy that was just getting started, instead of someone that was huge because it would have more impact, be more fun and not some guy that had featured on everyone else’s record.

LTM: Your latest album Night Shades is a little different, some slower more pop kind of songs. Gabe described it as more commercial, but also your most honest album to date – what about you, what do you think of it?

AS: I think it’s absolutely true. Gabe came out of a really long relationship he was in before making this record and I think he channelled a lot of that into the writing process which is why there are so many love songs, definitely the most love songs we’ve had on a record. I think the songs came out great; it was a lot of fun to make. We do more of the music side and Gabe does the vocal side and he did a really great job.

LTM: You and Ryland emailed Gabe asking if you could join the group true or false?

AS: No, not true! Laughs I’ll tell you how it happened though. Laughs. When I moved to New York I ran into Ryland who had been living there for a year and we were making music on our own. Then my downstairs neighbour at my first apartment in New York, who had been playing drums for Gabe’s old band Midtown, he was really close to Gabe and introduced us whilst we were doing our band Ivy League and he (Gabe) approached us about joining the band. We weren’t sure at first, he didn’t know what was going to happen, we were a little sceptical at first but we came around to it and thought what have we got to lose?

Source: Low Tone Media

Victoria Asher of Cobra Starship knew exactly how she wanted to celebrate her birthday, January 20th, and that included partying in Vegas. Although before taking off to Sin City, she along with Gabe Saporta and Ryland Blackinton stopped by Fox All Access to talk about their new single featuring Mac Miller, ”Middle Finger.” What we love about the band is that they don’t take themselves too seriously which makes for a hell of a good time in the studio. You’ll learn how lead singer Gabe was inspired by a cobra from the future and how Sigourney Weaver aroused him. Ryland tells us about his first memory of music and what he first called Bruce Springsteen as a kid. Victoria gives us the scoop on how she literally flipped out at a Michael Jackson concert and how she deals with living on a tour bus with four guys. What’s with boys and farts? We give her props because she’s a total sport. This band is a hoot!

Source: Fox All Access