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. He works closely with musicians across the country and in his current city of Santa Cruz. Check out his work here with The Bay Bridged as well as Relix, Live For Live Music, Grateful Web and Glide Magazine.

STS9 return to the Bay Area with pair of shows in November

Live-band electronica quintet STS9 has announced an extensive fall tour, including a show each at The Masonic and at The Fillmore to end the tour just before Thanksgiving...but there's [...]

By |October 14, 2016|Comments Off on STS9 return to the Bay Area with pair of shows in November

TAUK hang out at Moe’s Alley in Santa Cruz next month

Early next month, Brooklyn instrumental quartet TAUK will sweep through the Bay Area on their first ever headlining tour of the West Coast.

The progressive dance and funk blends that [...]

By |October 14, 2016|Comments Off on TAUK hang out at Moe’s Alley in Santa Cruz next month
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    Oakland-based Makeunder debut “What A Lovely Bandsaw!” remix

Oakland-based Makeunder debut “What A Lovely Bandsaw!” remix

Hamilton Ulmer, the man with the vision behind Oakland's art-pop group Makeunder, has announced the first pressing of the EP, Great Headless Blank, on vinyl on October 14.

One of the [...]

By |October 13, 2016|Comments Off on Oakland-based Makeunder debut “What A Lovely Bandsaw!” remix
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    ’30 Days, 30 Songs’ features music from Bhi Bhiman, Thao Nguyen

’30 Days, 30 Songs’ features music from Bhi Bhiman, Thao Nguyen

Local literary lighthouse Dave Eggers has put together a brand new independent project to raise awareness and urge voters to avoid Donald Trump in November by fighting politics with [...]

By |October 12, 2016|Comments Off on ’30 Days, 30 Songs’ features music from Bhi Bhiman, Thao Nguyen

Fitz and the Tantrums kick off fall tour at The Fox

Los Angeles based New Wave-R&B dance band phenomenon Fitz & The Tantrums kick off their latest tour tomorrow night at the fabulous Fox Theatre in Oakland.

Recovering after a two-year stint [...]

By |October 11, 2016|Comments Off on Fitz and the Tantrums kick off fall tour at The Fox
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    Ween close reunion tour with pair of shows at Bill Graham this weekend

Ween close reunion tour with pair of shows at Bill Graham this weekend

Currently playing dates around North America, Ween has added two shows at the historic Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on October 14 and 15, 2016. These will be the band’s [...]

By |October 11, 2016|Comments Off on Ween close reunion tour with pair of shows at Bill Graham this weekend
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    Aldous Harding brings haunting New Zealand melodies to Treasure Island late-night show

Aldous Harding brings haunting New Zealand melodies to Treasure Island late-night show

For the first time, New Zealand native Aldous Harding will bring her haunting tunes stateside, including a stop at Mezzanine on October 15 in support of Deerhunter.

Harding's debut album, simply [...]

By |October 5, 2016|1 Comment

The Head + The Heart hit The Greek on Saturday

This Saturday, October 8, Seattle-based indie-folk band The Head and The Heart will come to Greek Theatre in Berkeley.

After taking almost a year off to recoup and recollect themselves following a [...]

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The Sam Chase premiere new video ahead of East Coast tour

San Francisco's raucous Americana rock and roll outfit The Sam Chase and the Untraditional are celebrating the advent of an East Coast tour this month by releasing a new [...]

By |October 4, 2016|Comments Off on The Sam Chase premiere new video ahead of East Coast tour
  • 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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