A forgotten music-based entity, who initially faded away into obscurity back in the era of early 80’s pop culture, are back having hit the big time. Alternative duo I Don’t Know How But They Found Me have made it in the 21st century modern music world, by dropping their dazzling debut album 'Razzmatazz'. Legend has it this illusive two piece were first founded over forty years ago, embedded deep within unclear imagery of several retro VHS tapes. Recently recovered to show the duo's musical talents on works such as 'Modern Day Cain' and 'Choke', iDKHOW are following up the garage, glam and new wave of their '1981 Extended Play' with a full-length that goes by the wildly glamorous name of 'Razzmatazz', and it is nothing short of exactly that.
Slam Dunk Festival returns to Leeds and Hatfield over the Bank Holiday weekend, featuring a line-up of some of the most exciting names in rock, metal and punk. With so many great acts to choose from the big question is: how do you plan your day? We're here to help, check out our top picks below!
Alt-pop duo I Don't Know How But They Found Me (commonly shortened to iDKHOW) may be a fairly new band, but following the release of 1981 Extended Play last year they have had non-stop success, with a sold-out UK headline tour, an appearance at London's O2 Academy Brixton supporting Deaf Havana and touring America. Soon to return to the UK for a tour and an appearance at Slam Dunk Festival, we caught up with Dallon Weekes to discuss their live show, his most memorable moment on stage and his festival do's and don'ts.