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Words and Wax

Adam Svec, Graham O'Brien, John Burgess

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Adam Svec, Graham O'Brien, John Burgess

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Words and Wax is a music and storytelling podcast based in Minneapolis, produced by Adam Svec, Graham O'Brien, and John Burgess.

Latest Episodes

May The Cycle Melt, Part 3

Episode 3 is theconclusion to May The Cycle Melt. Stay tuned for our next set of episodes.

21 MIN2016 NOV 24
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May The Cycle Melt, Part 3

May The Cycle Melt, Part 2

Welcome to episode 2 of Words and Wax, the continuation of May The Cycle Melt. If you haven't listened to episode 1, I recommend that you return to the site and start there. Last time, we were left inside the confines of a small apartment, with the possibility that a connection had been made to another world. Words and Wax was produced by Graham O’Brien, Adam Svec, and John Burgess. Recorded and engineered by Graham O’Brien. Theme music courtesy of Camp Dark, “Nightmare In A Day,” composed by Graham O'Brien and Adam Svec, and produced by Graham O’Brien. Other music composed and produced by Graham O'Brein. Special thanks to John Burgess and our anonymous storyteller for contributing to today’s episode. Stay tuned for episode 3, the conclusion of this tale, to be released soon.

59 MIN2016 NOV 9
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May The Cycle Melt, Part 2

May The Cycle Melt, Part 1

What you’re about to hear is one of the most fascinating stories I’ve ever come across. I first heard it from my friend John Burgess back in 2012 over a beer in Northeast Minneapolis. We decided to have a conversation with the man at the source of the story, but he prefers to remain anonymous. This story, told in 3 parts, includes portions that may be mildly frightening to some listeners, so proceed at your own risk. Words and Wax was produced by Graham O’Brien, Adam Svec, and John Burgess. Recorded and engineered by Graham O’Brien. Music selections in today’s episode courtesy of Camp Dark, “Nightmare In A Day,” composed by Graham O'Brien and Adam Svec, and produced by Graham O’Brien. Special thanks to John Burgess and our anonymous storyteller for contributing to today’s episode. Stay tuned for episodes 2 and 3, the conclusion of this tale, to be released soon.

33 MIN2016 NOV 1
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May The Cycle Melt, Part 1
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Latest Episodes

May The Cycle Melt, Part 3

Episode 3 is theconclusion to May The Cycle Melt. Stay tuned for our next set of episodes.

21 MIN2016 NOV 24
Comments
May The Cycle Melt, Part 3

May The Cycle Melt, Part 2

Welcome to episode 2 of Words and Wax, the continuation of May The Cycle Melt. If you haven't listened to episode 1, I recommend that you return to the site and start there. Last time, we were left inside the confines of a small apartment, with the possibility that a connection had been made to another world. Words and Wax was produced by Graham O’Brien, Adam Svec, and John Burgess. Recorded and engineered by Graham O’Brien. Theme music courtesy of Camp Dark, “Nightmare In A Day,” composed by Graham O'Brien and Adam Svec, and produced by Graham O’Brien. Other music composed and produced by Graham O'Brein. Special thanks to John Burgess and our anonymous storyteller for contributing to today’s episode. Stay tuned for episode 3, the conclusion of this tale, to be released soon.

59 MIN2016 NOV 9
Comments
May The Cycle Melt, Part 2

May The Cycle Melt, Part 1

What you’re about to hear is one of the most fascinating stories I’ve ever come across. I first heard it from my friend John Burgess back in 2012 over a beer in Northeast Minneapolis. We decided to have a conversation with the man at the source of the story, but he prefers to remain anonymous. This story, told in 3 parts, includes portions that may be mildly frightening to some listeners, so proceed at your own risk. Words and Wax was produced by Graham O’Brien, Adam Svec, and John Burgess. Recorded and engineered by Graham O’Brien. Music selections in today’s episode courtesy of Camp Dark, “Nightmare In A Day,” composed by Graham O'Brien and Adam Svec, and produced by Graham O’Brien. Special thanks to John Burgess and our anonymous storyteller for contributing to today’s episode. Stay tuned for episodes 2 and 3, the conclusion of this tale, to be released soon.

33 MIN2016 NOV 1
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May The Cycle Melt, Part 1
the END

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