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Nathan Williams has recently been branching away from Wavves to focus on some other projects, most notably Sweet Valley and a possible collaboration with Cloud Nothings' Dylan Baldi. He announced…   Read Story »
Sweet Valley, the rap-production duo of Wavves frontman Nathan Williams and his brother Kynan, have cranked out a few instrumental mixtapes, and they've just gotten around to making their first…   Read Story »
When he isn't leading Wavves, Nathan Williams makes rap beats with his brother Kynan. Together, under the name Sweet Valley, they've cranked out a handful of instrumental mixtapes. And now they've…   Read Story »
Dylan Baldi has a new album coming out with Cloud Nothings, but he's also been working on a collaborative project with Nathan Williams of Wavves. And according to Baldi, it's nearly finished. Baldi…   Read Story »
Last week Shaquille O'Neal announced plans for a sequel to his widely panned cult classic 1994 video game, Shaq Fu, funded in part through Indiegogo. The goal behind Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn is…   Read Story »
Historically, the in-game radio stations have always been the best reason to play the Grand Theft Auto games; driving around and blowing stuff up is way more fun if you have a well-curated selection…   Read Story »
'60s-style garage-rock seems to exist in a state of perpetual revival, but the people making the music these days sure dress nicer than they did back in the '90s bowling-shirt era. Someone at GQ…   Read Story »
When Nathan Williams isn't bringing snotty pop-punk back as the frontman of Wavves, he and his brother Kynan are making instrumental rap mixtapes under the name Sweet Valley. They've already made…   Read Story »
Once again, the best piece of music-related video wasn't a music video this week; it was this haunting performance from Neil Young and Willie Nelson, and we can thank CMT, of all possible cable…   Read Story »
Punk weirdos Wavves release another oddball clip with "That's On Me." This one is way less trippy than "Afraid Of Heights," but still contains multitudes of absurdity. Whether it's a suit seeking…   Read Story »