Bandcamp of the Day: Wiff

Welcome to the working week, everyone! Have a Wiff! Wiff are a garage rock band from Denver, Colorado. They put out a new EP over the summer called Nowadays, and it’s streaming on their Bandcamp where you can also buy the album on CD.

“Doesn’t Mean Much” sets the tone with its Replacements-style ’80s pop-punk jangle guitars. The earnest lyrics keep up a more modern emo quality, though, to contrast the classic style. Then “Blue Enough to Not Seem Grey” takes on a slightly darker edge with similarly emotional lyrics with a bit of a ’90s post-grunge element thrown in.

“Please Turn Off the Radio” sounds more like a deep-cut Replacements tune with its bratty vocals on the verses contrasted against the pretty melodies on the chorus. “From the Same Star” slows things way down and brings in some some extra musicians and unique instrumentations to expand the sound. “Stop Motion” is a six-and-a-half-minute epic with prog and folk elements to create something a bit larger than the rest of the EP. But “Home” brings it back to down-and-dirty riff-heavy rock ‘n’ roll. It’s a bit of an eclectic mix, but everything they do they do equally well.

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Photo courtesy of Wiff

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