Wavves frontman Nathan Williams might be a total pothead, but he's a busy dude. He recently signed a deal with MTV to write the music for I Just Want My Pants Back, a new comedy about hipster college grads living in Brooklyn. Wavves is about to release a new EP, Life Sux, which comes out on Sept. 20 on the band's own Ghost Ramp label. And Thursday night, they backed GZA in a performance of the Wu-Tang Clan member's classic "Liquid Swords" on the Fuel TV program The Daily Habit (watch below, care of Pitchfork). 

Let this be a lesson to stoners and their parents everywhere—just because you smoke tons of weed doesn't mean you can't be productive. Take that, D.A.R.E.!

There are two propositions regarding the death penalty on the November ballot. Proposition 62 would repeal capital punishment (retroactively, as well), and replace it with life in prison without the possibility...

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