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Music Blues: Stephen Tanner Answers Tom’s Questions About Depression, Going Solo & Cooking

19th September 2014 at 12:26 pm

Music Blues - Stephen Tanner - Photo by John Fell

Alternative rock, doom, sludge-grinders Harvey Milk need no introduction here and neither does their bass-playing maverick Stephen Tanner who recently released the solo project “Things Haven’t Gone Well” under the name Music Blues on Thrill Jockey Records. Shaman scribe Tom McKibbin wasn’t sure whether…
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Music Blues ‘Things Haven’t Gone Well’ CD/LP/DD 2014

11th August 2014 at 8:57 am

Music Blues

If anyone in the band Harvey Milk was likely to branch out and release a “solo” album, you would probably expect it to be singer and guitarist Creston Spiers ahead of bassist, chef and short-shorts-enthusiast Stephen Tanner, right? But here we have it; Tanner,…
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MUSIC BLUES (Harvey Milk’s Stephen Tanner) Shares Eerie Video For The Great Depression; Debut Album Out 25th August

29th July 2014 at 1:41 pm

Stephen Tanner - Photo by John Fell

MUSIC BLUES is the solo project of Stephen Tanner, bassist for sludge titans Harvey Milk. His debut album Things Haven’t Gone Well will be released next month via Thrill Jockey. You’ve already heard his first single 91771 (if you missed it, you can check it…
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STEPHEN TANNER Of HARVEY MILK To Release Debut Solo Album Under The Moniker MUSIC BLUES Via Thrill Jockey

3rd July 2014 at 9:38 am

Stephen Tanner - Photo by John Fell

Things Haven’t Gone Well. No shit. We’ve been fucked by the banks, our children’s life expectancies are lower than our own and the zombies, computers, and/or zombie computers are going to rise up and crush us all. But for STEPHEN TANNER, the bassist of …
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