KNETX’s “SOMETHING/NOTHING”: Unveiling the Tale of a Two-Faced Lover
Hailing from the vibrant Austin underground rock scene, this quintet of friends is rewriting the script on 90s alternative with their contemporary twist. The band, consisting of Jesse Lee (lead guitar), Chris Brockett (bass), Tom Jackson (drums), Clay Lowe (keys/synth), and Mike Kiddoo leading the charge (vocals, rhythm guitar), has been causing a stir since their explosive debut performance in February 2022.
With their sound reverberating across the heart of Texas and resonating throughout the Midwest, they’ve been turning heads and dropping scorching-hot singles and music videos. These teasers are just a glimpse of what’s to come on their highly-anticipated debut EP, set to hit the airwaves soon.
Fresh off their triumphant headlining performance at Willy Town Fest in Ohio as part of their inaugural Midwestern tour, KNETX is back in the spotlight with their latest release, the single and accompanying video, “SOMETHING/NOTHING.”
This track spins a compelling narrative, chronicling the tumultuous journey of a two-faced lover who’s known for her disappearing acts and enigmatic returns. Crafted by the band’s frontman and primary songwriter, Mike Kiddoo, and expertly shaped by producer Justin Mauriello, “SOMETHING/NOTHING” unleashes a torrent of raw emotions, driven by unforgettable guitar riffs that are bound to leave an indelible mark on your musical memory.