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It was a Friday nite dance party on February 9th, 2018 @ The Empire Control Room in Austin. Night Drive brought all the goodness one needed for this shindig. It was all about the lights, smoke, and a slick synth-pop sound. Indie Network of Sound (INoS) entered the time capsule with Night Drive and grooved like it was 1985. They definitely have honed their sound to perfection. Rodney (lead-singer) mingled his way through the crowd singing and dancing with all in attendance. The retro sound was so refreshing - therapy for the soul. INoS is so excited that Night Drive has tapped into this sound and is spreading the word of Pop Music. Everyone needs a little 1st wave in their life.


Sunday, February 4th, 2018 was the nite Indie Network of Sound (INoS) let loose. A Full-On for Kevin's Mom type of show - a hardcore metal purge, a display of vigor that was in full attack mode. INoS kicked back and took in all three acts - Erra, Born of Osiris, and heavyweight closer - August Burns Red at Emo's Austin. This is how Indie Network of Sound spent Super Bowl Sunday. A winning nite of metal done right. Thank you ATX photographer Alicia Armijo for the slick shots.


Saturday, February 3rd, 2018-It was prime time at Mohawk Austin. A Sold Out show with Sunflower Bean & Sleigh Bells. Indie Network of Sound (INoS) felt the organic vibe immediately upon entry. The hungry music fans were ready for a Saturday nite rockout session. Sunflower Bean graced the stage and delivered a top notch set. Dreamy vocals delivered from both Nick Kivlen and Julia Cumming - and in the blink of an eye both were throwing down to some heavy licks. INoS loved the set and anticipates the return of Sunflower Bean for #SXSW2018. Next up was Sleigh Bells who immediately brought the power and energy. They tossed us in every direction leaving INoS in a hypnotic-state. It started off with an explosion of lights, bass, and some dirty guitar. Sleigh Bells came full force and never stopped-nor did the crowd. The music was "almighty." That's all #INoS can say-we were blown away. Sleigh Bells are 4real. #DroptheMic


It's all about the music-that's the word at Indie Network of Sound (INoS).On January 20th, 2018, at Barracuda Austin - It was all about Jessica Lea Mayfield. Raw and righteous with an eerie undertone. Every song telling a beautiful story of life. An #INoS favorite - "Sorry Is Gone" - left the house speechless. You couldn't help but find yourself mesmerized by Jessica Lea-her music, stage presence, and personality were awe inspiring. This was a definite early 2018 highlight for INoS. 


January 19th, 2018 - The fog and mist took over Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater to bring us the much anticipated Austin return of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. It had been way too long since the last time BRMC's space-groove rock took their diehard fans in Austin to the next level. The 120 minute show can best be described as a gala of tunes that covered nearly 20 years of music. The career spanning set was the kick of adrenaline we badly needed. Tripping to the tunes, and lost in the lights, #INoS shut our eyes and entered the rock n' roll garage, where music still mattered. BRMC sounded as eminent as ever. This is clearly a band that hasn't lost a step, and that still puts on a show that ranks up there with the best that American Psych n' Roll (or really any Rock n' Roll band) has to offer. The #SpaceTruckin jams kick started 2018 just right for Indie Network of Sound. This is what Live Music is all about - #Goodtimes and #Goodfriends.


January 6th, 2018, Indie Network of Sound did Saturday nite right by indulging in some Free Week festivities at the Mohawk. With both stages fired up and rockin' - every move you made, music was calling your name. On this nite, INoS took in some mighty fine jams from magnificent ATX bands - Chill Russell, Darkbird, and Megafauna. All three bands were top notch and INoS recommends that you check them out. Free Week is an annual music event that occurs the first week of January each and every year, where local bands play all week for the price of free. Make sure you don't let this opportunity pass you by. Mark your calendars now for 2019.



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