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20 greatest Fearless Records bands, from Underoath to iDKHOW
20 greatest Fearless Records bands, from Underoath to iDKHOW
Established in 1994, Fearless Records has progressed into a label renowned for its influence, innovation and Punk Goes… cover compilations. Kick-starting the careers of Mayday Parade, Motionless In White and As It Is, the label soon became synonymous with launching successful scene-setters and bolstering the progression of established bands, including the reunion of Underoath and the reinvention o
10 duos who prove two people can make the biggest sounds on stage
10 duos who prove two people can make the biggest sounds on stage
When you think of musical duos, your first thought may be twenty one pilots, but they’re not the only two-piece creating killer tunes. These bands have certainly proven that you don’t need to fill out the stage to fill the room with hits, so open your mind and your heart to these other twosomes worthy of your playlists. Below are ...
Record Store Day 2021 drops include iDKHOW, FFTL, K.Flay and more
Record Store Day 2021 drops include iDKHOW, FFTL, K.Flay and more
Record Store Day 2021 is quickly approaching, and the annual event has finally released its list of exclusive and limited vinyl. I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, From First To Last, K.Flay, twenty one pilots and Linkin Park are among the lengthy list of RSD selections that includes more than 400 releases for the two-day event being held on June 12 and July 17...
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Super-duo iDKHOW pride themselves on their influences, and there’s one in particular that fans of ’80s classics may be familiar with. Men At Work’s “Who Can It Be Now?”—the iconic track with an even more iconic saxophone lick—actually inspired Alternative Press’ digital cover stars Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman to give sax solos a try of their own. The result: Razzmatazz’s October single, “Ligh...
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
In real life, it is indeed true that time flies when you’re having fun. But sometimes in your head, it runs painfully slow, like medical procedures, governmental policy changes and living in a pandemic. Ever since Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman of I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME landed on the cover of Alternative Press in January 2019 (AP 366), we’ve been wait...hang on.....
See Dallon Weekes perform in a bubble for iDKHOW’s “Leave Me Alone”
See Dallon Weekes perform in a bubble for iDKHOW’s “Leave Me Alone”
In their new video, Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman, aka I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, don't come off as friendly or touchy-feely. That's because they're not supposed to. Social distancing! Six feet back, dude! The duo prove that the pandemic hasn't made things impossible—it's just made more work for fewer people. It's...
iDKHOW are grateful for the fans who had never heard of them before
iDKHOW are grateful for the fans who had never heard of them before
We are stoked, honored and excited to bring you the new collector’s cover for our 35th anniversary edition! As you know, we’ve been huge fans of I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME for a while now. So instead of waiting for the release of their much-anticipated debut album, we figured we’d do ourselves, the Search Party (the band’s fandom) and iDKHOW a solid, right now. It’s great having Dall... Rea

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