About Joshua Huver

Michigan grown, California cured. From punk to roots to indie to funk, progressive, ambient and poppy, music has been indispensable in his life and taking part in creating, receiving and sharing in the entire process has come second nature to Joshua. Check out his work here with The Bay Bridged as well as Relix, Live For Live Music, Grateful Web and Glide Magazine.
  • Evolfo at Moe's Alley, by Joshua Huver
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    Evolfo brought a unique blend of garage and soul to Moe’s Alley

Evolfo brought a unique blend of garage and soul to Moe’s Alley

Evolfo (photos: Joshua Huver)

Last Thursday, the soulfully soothing sounds of an East Coast garage band invaded Moe’s Alley in Santa Cruz ahead of a return to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival [...]

By |October 4, 2016|Comments Off on Evolfo brought a unique blend of garage and soul to Moe’s Alley
  • Conor Oberst at The Fillmore, by Joshua Huver
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    Conor Oberst, Jim James welcome M. Ward to Fillmore for Hardly Strictly encore

Conor Oberst, Jim James welcome M. Ward to Fillmore for Hardly Strictly encore

Conor Oberst (photo: Joshua Huver)

Conor Oberst convinced his friends to stick around Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival an extra day for a special engagement at The Fillmore on Saturday night, October [...]

By |October 4, 2016|Comments Off on Conor Oberst, Jim James welcome M. Ward to Fillmore for Hardly Strictly encore

Fantastic Negrito debuts docu-narrative “In The Pines”

One of Oakland's fastest-rising stars in the last few years has been Xavier Dphrepaulezz, more recognizable as the soul-blended and bluesy musician Fantastic Negrito, and who could better be [...]

By |September 30, 2016|Comments Off on Fantastic Negrito debuts docu-narrative “In The Pines”
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    Miniature Tigers announce US dates, hit Rickshaw Stop next week

Miniature Tigers announce US dates, hit Rickshaw Stop next week

Indie-cult favorites Miniature Tigers from Brooklyn have announced no less than six tour dates ahead of the release of their fifth full-length LP I Dreamt I Was A Cowboy, beginning with [...]

By |September 29, 2016|Comments Off on Miniature Tigers announce US dates, hit Rickshaw Stop next week
  • Dinosaur Jr. at The Independent, by Joshua Huver
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    Photos: Dinosaur Jr. kick off sold-out run at The Independent

Photos: Dinosaur Jr. kick off sold-out run at The Independent

Dinosaur Jr. (photo: Joshua Huver)

Beloved alternative rock pioneers (among many other associated genres) Dinosaur Jr. began the first night of a three-night sold out run at the Independent last night. Joined by [...]

By |September 27, 2016|Comments Off on Photos: Dinosaur Jr. kick off sold-out run at The Independent

East Coast garage rockers Evolfo return to Hardly Strictly

Brooklyn-based Evolfo wrap up their West Coast tour with several Bay Area appearances and concluding with their second appearance at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass in Golden Gate Park. Ahead of their [...]

By |September 27, 2016|Comments Off on East Coast garage rockers Evolfo return to Hardly Strictly
  • Jenny Lewis and The Watson Twins at The Masonic, by Joshua Huver
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    Jenny Lewis welcomed Ben Gibbard to close ‘Rabbit Fur Coat’ tour at The Masonic

Jenny Lewis welcomed Ben Gibbard to close ‘Rabbit Fur Coat’ tour at The Masonic

Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins (photo: Joshua Huver)

If there was any doubt who the queen of indie music is, Jenny Lewis erased any competition with her extravagant return to [...]

By |September 26, 2016|2 Comments
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    Conor Oberst, Jim James heavy features for Hardly Strictly 2016

Conor Oberst, Jim James heavy features for Hardly Strictly 2016

Conor Oberst, the prince of early 2000s indie giant Bright Eyes, will be a major feature in this year's Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Not only is he getting an [...]

By |September 26, 2016|2 Comments
  • Cass McCombs at Great American Music Hall, by Joshua Huver
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    Cass McCombs croons and captivates at Great American Music Hall

Cass McCombs croons and captivates at Great American Music Hall

Cass McCombs (photo: Joshua Huver)

Cass McCombs brought his heavy-hitting, emotionally-charged brand of musicianship to San Francisco on Wednesday, September 14.

The second of his 25-date tour in support of Mangy Love, [...]

By |September 23, 2016|1 Comment

Tommy Alexander: Baseball star turned singer-songwriter

Originally from Santa Barbara, Tommy Alexander spent his late teens making a name for himself as a highly-ranked collegiate athlete. But by his early twenties, he was disillusioned and [...]

By |September 20, 2016|1 Comment

The Record Company schedule a pair of Bay Area shows

Out of Los Angeles comes The Record Company, a three-piece rock and roll group that feels more like they crawled out of a sweaty, backwoods Mississippi juke joint.

Influenced by [...]

By |September 20, 2016|Comments Off on The Record Company schedule a pair of Bay Area shows
  • Malaa and Rezz Lunatic Tour at The UC Theatre
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    Sponsored: The mysterious Malaa + Rezz bring Lunatic tour to The UC in October

Sponsored: The mysterious Malaa + Rezz bring Lunatic tour to The UC in October

Everybody loves a good, quality mystery that stirs up buzz. It worked for artists KSHMR, Marshmello and to some extent, Quasimoto. Now it's working for Malaa, who will be [...]

By |September 19, 2016|Comments Off on Sponsored: The mysterious Malaa + Rezz bring Lunatic tour to The UC in October
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