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Music Blues – “The Great Depression” Video

Music Blues is the solo project of Stephen Tanner, bassist for sludge metal stalwarts Harvey Milk. His debut album, Things Haven’t Gone Well — written after the death of a longtime friend, drummer Jerry Fuchs — is coming next month. We’ve already heard first single “91771,” and “The Great Depression” is another slab of ominou… More »

By: Peter Helman / July 28, 2014 - 3:01 pm

Music Blues (Stephen Tanner Of Harvey Milk) – “91771”

It’s been just about four years since we heard from sludge metal veterans Harvey Milk (2010’s A Small Turn Of Human Kindness) who broke up in 1998 and reformed 10 years later sounding even stronger than they did in their heyday. Now, member Stephen Tanner has announced a solo album for Thrill Jockey, and with… More »

By: Miles Bowe / July 9, 2014 - 1:03 pm

Haunting The Chapel’s Top 50 Albums Of 2010

Clichés be damned — this really was a good year for metal. I had a harder time organizing a Top 10 in 2010 than ever before. Ditto the Top 20. It was such a good year that I went overboard and shifted my usual Top 30 to a Top 50. (Sure, the different between No. More »

By: brandon / December 21, 2010 - 11:58 am

Stream Harvey Milk – A Small Turn Of Human Kindness

Harvey Milk’s A Small Turn Of Human Kindness (Hydra Head, 5/18) is a heavy listen in all meanings of the word. Unlike 2008’s expansive, aesthetically varied comeback collection Life… The Best Game in Town, these seven songs bleed together, burrowing deeply inward as the collection plods and pounds and (slowly) shreds along: “I Just Want… More »

By: brandon / May 10, 2010 - 2:33 pm

The 25 69 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2010

This year in music was great and we’rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys’ virtual poll booth remains open for a few more days (did we mention filling out the ballot enters you to win the… More »

By: Amrit Singh / November 24, 2009 - 5:41 pm