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NAMM 2016: Ryan Seaman, Dallon Weekes, and Kris Pasos

Fish caught up with Ryan Seaman (drummer of Falling In Reverse), Dallon Weekes (bassist of Panic! At The Disco), and Kris Pasos (drummer of Assuming We Survive) at NAMM in Anaheim, California. The guys talked about some of their sponsors and gear they’re checking out!



This week I have Dallon Weekes and myself go over the play by play of the album Razzmatazz. I try to get into his brain to see how he’s come up with the songs and how they finally came to life. This is a repeated episode that aired 2 years ago, but I wanted to bring it to all the digital platforms so everyone can hear the band dynamic. 


King Niko saves Panic! At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco arrived at Gallivan Plaza in downtown Salt Lake to headline the X96 FM Big Ass Show without their lead vocalist, Brendon Urie. Luckily, Panic!’s bassist Dallon Weekes found in frontman Ransom Wydner the onstage persona he needed to fill in for Urie.


iDKHOW Is Bringing The Gloomtown Tour To The UK and Europe

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me‘s Dallon Weekes is bringing the iDKHOW Gloomtown Tour to Europe and the UK this summer. The tour dates begin on June 15 at the Rock for People Festival in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic and concludes on July 3 at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. In an Instagram post, iDKHOW shared, “Greetings from Gloomtown: You have waited patiently for this and now the day has finally arrived. UK/Europe, we would like to humbly invite you to the GLOOMTOWN TOUR. Filled with everything GLOOM DIVISION could possibly offer, this event will be coming to… Read more »


We Have An ‘Infatuation’ with iDKHOW’s New Single & Music Video

Dallon Weekes is dancing into the new year with I Don’t Know How But They Found Me’s latest single, “Infatuation.” This comes ahead of their upcoming sophomore album, GLOOM DIVISION, which is set to release on February 23 via Concord Records. The companion video for the new iDKHOW track exudes a creepy, mirror-house vibe that elevates the initial lyrics to create an eerie, devotional message. A boppy introduction to the song draws a parallel to a nostalgic reminiscence of the 2010s indie-sleaze sound that has been on the comeback. The opening lyrics, “I need you now/But it’s infatuation/Love is my… Read more »


idobi Presents: Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024 PT. 2

We’re back to bring you Part 2 of our Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024! In typical fashion here at idobi Radio, we admire far too many artists and far too much music to seemingly ever be able to fit things into one list. A good problem to have, eh? Our first installment held records like Green Day‘s upcoming Saviors album, Neck Deep‘s upcoming self-titled album, Ghost Atlas‘ Dust Of The Human Shape, and many more. If you missed it, make sure to check it out here. As we get excited and gear up for new music in 2024, we… Read more »


iDKHOW Drops Sarcastic New Groove “GLOOMTOWN BRATS”

I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, often stylized as iDKHOW, has returned today with “GLOOMTOWN BRATS“, the second single from their forthcoming sophomore album GLOOM DIVISION. The record is slated to release on February 23rd of next year, and this new track follows the first single, “WHAT LOVE?” Both songs exemplify what this band does best. Groovy synths, funky guitars, and lyrics dripping with social commentary, “GLOOMTOWN BRATS” is a tune for any occasion. Since iDKHOW’s inception, it has always been a project that has transcended music genres and time periods. Dallon Weekes being the mastermind behind it… Read more »

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