Tag Archives: Wade Williamson

Album at a glance: Sexwolph – Twang As Fuck

With a name like Sexwolph you might expect an industrial death metal sound that will make you damage your speakers but the group is actually more inspired by fragile, old-school country. Complete with heartbreak and steel guitars, this is more … Continue reading

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Album at a glance: Wade Williamson – Tomorrow Could Have Been Yesterday

St. Joseph’s Wade Williamson has a heartbroken country croon and the lyrics to match. This EP reads as a Ryan Adams tribute in his most devastated state. “Summer Dress” and “Threw My Picture Away” seep of desperation and pain with their adorning … Continue reading

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Concert Review: GasTown Lamps and Sexwolph at Cafe Acoustic, 11/9/13

The change had really been coming for a while but it seemed very sudden at the time and the result was unpredictable. One of St. Joseph’s strongest draws, The GasTown Lamps, saw an opportunity to expand their sound and jumped … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: GasTown Lamps (with a new member) / Sexwolph 11/9/13 at Cafe Acoustic

WHO’S PLAYING?  GasTown Lamps (St. Joseph, MO) Sexwolph (St. Joseph, MO) WHAT TO EXPECT? A whole new side of the GasTown Lamps… The evening will start with a set by Sexwolph. You might expect death metal with the name but it … Continue reading

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Dsoedean vs. This Tall Records: The Story of Continue To Move

Dsoedean is an eager St. Joseph, Missouri based band who plans to release their first full length album Continue To Move this spring. The only problem is that Dsoedean is signed to the small independent label This Tall Records based … Continue reading

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Concert Review: First Saturday at The Lucky Tiger

In-store record performances are über cool. Browsing through vintage vinyl records while listening to a performer on acoustic guitar is a great way to spend an afternoon. The Lucky Tiger in downtown St. Joseph, Missouri has now had several of these … Continue reading

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