Album: Bw Griffin – WERE

The album I recently stumbled upon took me on a nostalgic trip down memory lane, to a time when Spotify was not a thing and musicians would release their music on platforms like Bandcamp. It was a time when lo-fi raw music was the norm, and sometimes, they were mere demos rather than fully fleshed-out songs. Despite this, I loved it. I was always on the lookout for lo-fi bedroom pop because it had that unique feel that set it apart from the rest of the indie music out there. Listening to this particular album felt like listening to a collection of memos on a phone that you made for yourself. It’s honest, raw, and very personal. Each track was beautiful in its way, and it’s a testament to the artist’s talent that they could create something so moving and intimate.

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