Wild Nothing Is Back to Doing What He Does Best
On fourth album ‘Indigo’, Jack Tatum returns to the dream-pop sound of which he is a 21st century master.
Wild Nothing and HOLYCHILD Use 80s Pop to Hide Dark Stories
On Wild Nothing's "Partners in Motion" and HOLYCHILD's "Wishing You Away," the bombast of synths and big choruses obscure menace.
noisey and friends
Noisey & Friends: The Pink Episode Feat. Wild Nothing, Kehlani, Riff Raff, and More
Accessing inner guidance with Wild Nothing and smoking up with Kehlani—all in a day's work.
so sad today
Fuck Music, Let’s Talk About Feelings: FYF Fest
So Sad Today went to this year's festival to talk to musicians whose work is "sad," "dark," "nostalgic," or "melancholic" about what happiness is, what it means to them, and how to get it.
So Sad Today
The Noisey Stage at NYC’s Festival of Independence Was Lit Like Fireworks
The show was two days of fun featuring Public Access TV, Yumi Zouma, Porches, Wild Nothing, MeLo-X and NXGN, Phony Ppl, D.R.A.M., Lee Fields and The Expressions, and fireworks.
Spend Your Fourth of July Weekend with Us in New York at the Festival of Independence
The festival is at South Street Seaport and features performances from Lee Fields & The Expressions, Wild Nothing, D.R.A.M., Porches, and many more Noisey pals.
Wild Nothing Wants You to Stop Picking on Nickelback
After all, there are about a bajillion other equally awful bands out there. We talked to Wild Nothing's frontman, Jack Tatum, about Michelle Williams, and a bunch of other things that happen in the world.