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Harvey Milk Make an Album for One Angry Fan
Harvey Milk Make an Album for One Angry Fan
"What's f---ing funny?" Harvey Milk singer and guitarist drones through a nostalgic ooze of drum and riff density on the first track of 'A Small Turn of Human Kindness.' The '90s survivors never pick up the pace from there; it just gets more malicious in the executions as the album plays on, never acting as different songs but rather movements taking Harvey Milk far and away from the bo
Harvey Milk, ‘A Small Turn of Human Kindness’ — New Album
Harvey Milk, ‘A Small Turn of Human Kindness’ — New Album
This has been one worth the wait. The Athens, Ga. noise/blues trio Harvey Milk have announced that their new record, 'A Small Turn of Human Kindness,' will hit shelves on May 18. The faithful will recognize this title as the name of an instrumental track from the band's long praised 'My Love Is Higher Than Your Assessment of What My Love Could Be,' and though that song makes no appearance on this
Harvey Milk Announce Tour in Support of Long Lost Debut Album
Harvey Milk Announce Tour in Support of Long Lost Debut Album
Harvey Milk are going to celebrate the upcoming release of their self-titled album by doing what the band does best, hitting the road and making the curious become the faithful. The album to be released properly on Jan. 26, known as 'The Bob Weston Sessions' in the furry bootleg version, was originally to be the band's 1993 debut album, but is now only seeing its proper release...
Harvey Milk’s Debut Remastered for Proper Release
Harvey Milk’s Debut Remastered for Proper Release
Also known as the infamous 'Bob Weston Sessions,' Harvey Milk's should-have-been debut album was recorded in Chicago in the early '90s for 227 Records, and then it was shelved for reasons unbeknownst to the public. Recognizing that the album never received a proper release, the folks at Hydra Head Records have gotten their hands on the official masters, reworked them with Harvey Milk mastermind C