Indie Node Radio has been on the internet since 2005 (Originally as Havana Moon Radio). The station is ran solely by me and streams out of my home in the Austin, TX area. The station’s goal is simple: play great indie music and make it available anywhere and anytime. The station’s server is ran on the SHOUTcast format and I use the SAM Broadcaster server software as well as a streaming service for the bandwidth. The station makes no money from airplay and is commercial free. Although I have a love for music that reaches further than the stations regular line up, I try to focus on Indie (rock, pop, digital) genres. New titles are added weekly. You will find a decent mix of new and old tracks on the station. New music suggestions, request, and questions are always welcomed.
2005 – First station broadcast
2008 - Station moved to Austin Texas
2008 – Begins using bandwidth service for more listening slots.
2010 – Havana Moon Radio gets listen on iTunes Radio directory
2010 – Station added more listening slots with a larger bandwidth service
2011 – Station name change from Havana Moon Radio to Indie Node Radio
2011 – New station server!
2012 – Station is listed on TuneIn Radio and becomes available on all mobile devices and the Roku box.
2012 - Registered with Loud City for royalty services