The songwriting comination of Hunter & Oldani transpired through the darkness of night, wine, women and song.
Their first composition, "WAR", was the kickoff to many basement masterpieces that this modern day Rogers and Hammerstein have Hammersteined out. Since that fateful late night in 2006 an arsenal of angry, poignant and sometimes all too real pop gems have been born. Their songs have crossed the bridge of basement punk that was dragged from the back of a garage and maneuvered to the popular mainstream on the other side with a true rock & roll swagger that only The Nova Wild possess. Without a doubt, TNW's stash of unreleased demos and relentless pursuit of a Grammy will provide the momentum to keep producing for this generation and beyond. A true to life one of a kind.
Now, at long last, with a solid line-up of the legendary scene veteran Melvin John Clores on guitar and an up coming rhythm section that is second to none, eager, young and talented. Anthony Kaid on drums is thunder wrapped in skin. In the hands of Mark Janes Jr, the bass becomes an extension of his very soul. Oldani is now considered armed and extremely dangerous fortified with the type of band that can pump some fresh, new life into the musical landscape.