Label: Ghostramp It would be something of an understatement to say that Nathan Williams is a busy guy. Along with Wavves-Cloud Nothings collaboration ‘No Life For Me’, two albums from his Spirit Club project, and most recent Wavves effort ‘V’, ‘You’re Welcome’ is the fifth LP he’s been involved with in the space of two years. ‘You’re Welcome’ makes for a thoroughly compelling and entertaining insight into the seemingly limitless stock of ideas buzzing around inside Nathan’s head. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s experimental to a fair degree, but the experiments are the kind carried out by someone who’s supremely confident in achieving great results. It’s arguably the most diverse Wavves record yet. It’s fair to say Nathan is something of a sample fanatic, and from Cambodian pop to 70s South American psychedelia, he’s dug deep for inspiration. But for all its adventures into the weird and wonderful, ‘You’re Welcome’ retains the hallmarks of Wavves at their most recognisable and best. Six albums in, these Wavves are showing no signs of ebbing.