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At some point, pretty much every American punk band has to cover the Misfits. It's practically a requirement. My own high school band only played two shows, but we still found time to put together a…   Read Story »
Wavves and Best Coast double dip in the royalty pot by licensing last year's "Got Something For You" -- originally written for Target -- for a Guitar Center holiday ad. Can they do that? I guess they…   Read Story »
We actually got a ridiculous number of strong, visually striking music videos this week: everything on this week's list is pretty much must-see. And it does my heart good to see that two of them come…   Read Story »
"Bug" is the last new song to surface from Wavves' new Life Sux, and you won't mistake its visual manifestation for anything besides a Wavves video. It features weed, beer, mindless hangs, a Ouija…   Read Story »
On his Twitter this afternoon, Wavves main man Nathan Williams posted an out-of-nowhere cover of Sonic Youth's classic Dirty opener "100%," claiming that he recorded his "quick acoustic" version of…   Read Story »
You've heard Wavves' Nathan Williams' collab track with his lady, and now here's another Life Sux track that's pretty much the opposite of collaborating with your girlfriend, a thrashtastic song…   Read Story »
Name: Wavves Progress Report: Wavves’ main man Nathan Williams talks about how much Life Sux, the elusive Dave Grohl, making a new album, and the relative difficulty of getting into the VMAs with…   Read Story »
It was bound to happen, right? I'm not sure where this will rank in the pantheon of boyfriend/girlfriend collabos, but it's definitely pretty catchy. Also, it's not associated with that…   Read Story »
Churlish punk pop posterboys Wavves dropped a new pre-VMAs single, "I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl" at virtually the same time as they were complaining about the VMAs themselves. It's a strong, focused,…   Read Story »
A couple of years ago, I watched the Wu-Tang legend GZA perform a short set with the Black Lips, and it was, to put things diplomatically, not good. On Fuel TV's The Daily Habit last night, GZA tried…   Read Story »