Tanner Brown

Tanner Brown

Tanner grew up listening to all genres of music. From Classic Rock to Pop he enjoys listening to and making many different styles of music. In high school he had a Comedy (very subjective) Rock band called Cowsponge and also began playing with electronic music and sampling around the same time. Eventually he began to create his own original songs and mashups as well. In 2007 he created a very noisy and likely annoying mashup album that gained some popularity on the Something Awful forums. That year he also began working with beefy more closely and produced a large amount his 2008 album “Rolling Doubles”. For the next few years he worked on various collaborative and solo projects with artists such as YTCracker, Maniac Robot, JPhonic, Lindby, The Crystal Furs, and more. In 2016 he produced an LP with Beefy titled “Too Big To Fail, Part One” and they are currently working on the follow up album. In 2017 he joined The Grammar Club and contributes production, mixing, and mastering.

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