The Wivez

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The Wivez
Background information
OriginVancouver, BC, Canada
GenresIndie Rock
Years active2015 (2015)–present
LabelsVanCity Records
Associated acts
  • Pure
  • Guilty About Girls
  • Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction
  • Jordy Birch
  • Slam T. Hide
  • Robert Edmonds

The Wivez are a Canadian rock band, formed in Vancouver in 2015. The band has released eight singles on Van City Records.


The Wivez, formed in 2015, are a Vancouver, BC band featuring singer/guitarist Jordy Birch, drummer Slam T. Hide and bass guitarist Robert Edmonds The Wivez have released 7 original singles, plus a cover of The Beach Boys “Surfin’ USA”. Singer/guitarist Jordy Birch was the lead singer of Juno Award winning 90’s Canadian alt rock band Pure. After the demise of Pure, Birch had a #1 solo hit with “Moola Moola”.[1] In 2008 he formed Guilty About Girls[2][3] with Mark R Henning and DJ Lucas T Poth and had another alternative radio hit with “Candy, Candy.[4]” Drummer Slam T. Hide, formerly of Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction, The KLF and The Roswells.[5][6] Bassist Robert Edmonds, is also a graphic designer who has worked extensively in the music industry, creating poster and album art for Blue Rodeo, The Cure, Tom Waits, The Flaming Lips and more. The Wivez first 5 singles were recorded with Mark R Henning at Boutique Empire, Vancouver and released on VanCity Records.


  • "Dead In The Middle" (VanCity Records, 2016)
  • "Havana" (VanCity Records, 2017)
  • "Baby, I’m Bored" (VanCity Records, 2017)
  • "How Weird Is Now" (VanCity Records, 2018)
  • "The Death Of Me" (VanCity Records, 2018)
  • "Off & On" (VanCity Records, 2018)
  • "Let’s Get Serious" (VanCity Records, 2019)
  • "Surfin’ USA" (The Beach Boys cover) (VanCity Records, 2019)

The Wivez in the Media



  1. "Moola Moola". Top 40 Charts.
  2. "Guilty About Girls". Exclaim.
  3. "Guilty About Girls".
  4. "Candy Candy".
  5. "The Roswells".
  6. "The Roswells". Rate Your Music.

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