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Full Length Releases
Clear - Released November 2000
Choices - Released January 2004
Illusions & Fools - Released April 2006

EP & Limited Releases
Acoustically Clear - Released 2000
Acoustic Choices - Released 2004
Bleed (Sunset Mix) - Released 2005
Is It Too Much (Slim Jim Dance Mix) - Released 2005
Acoustic Illusions & Fools - Released 2005


Feeling a bit camera shy


Infectious emo rock/pop.

A foundation of tastes revealed a childlike unbridled musical adventure. To see the heights in flight and the depth of sorrow, we touch the masses where life naturally gravitates - To those who hear and see, we share perspective with the world. This is the result and commitment of everythingnothing's musical contribution.

Barking about the latest and best music equipment at a San Francisco party unfolded in creating a collective musical bond that continues to this day. Countless evenings of goofing around in late 1999 resulted in the sessions that formed the beginning of Everythingnothing's first release "Clear", a reflection of what's possible in life. Clear was a self produced recording featuring Anthony and Ian sharing the instrument duties to showcase Anthony's strong and compelling vocal talents.

Within a couple of weeks everythingnothing's track "Bleed" rose to the top of the charts on web based music sites such as: MP3.com, Riffage.com, and Garageband.com. They were later featured on several music site's annual compilation CDs. They instantly found them selves in conversations with Universal and 333 records. It was then very clear that it was time to start a complete band. They brought in well respected local musicians and played around the Bay Area, built a fan base and hit the spring and summer festival circuits in 2000 and 2001.

From meeting musicians and the battles they and all of us were up against with bar owners and talent bookers in the SF Bay Area, everythingnothing and a few other local San Francisco Bay Area bands saw the opportunity to create and be part of an organization enrolling bands to support each other in fulfillment. This sense of camaraderie under the umbrella of "Bandsummit" allowed for pro level unsigned bands to perform in high profile local gigs that many only dream about.

From the success of Bandsummit; everythingnothing as well as many others, were exposed to a large network of musicians. They met a up and coming San Francisco area producer, Matt Boudreau of Broken Radio studios who was making some very impressive recordings for other local musicians. Matt was invited to engineer and mix the everythingnothing produced sophomore recording "Choices".

During the same time, Everythingnothing was frustrated by a revolving door of countless musicians while trying to find the right chemistry for the new sound. They finally went back into the studio off and on in the summer 2002 through the summer of 2003. The new record "Choices" was mastered by Michael Romanowski at Paul Stubblebine Mastering and DVD. The CD featured the talents of three excellent local musicians; Dave Scott on Bass, Rob Sherman on Guitars and Rick Munoz on Drums. The songs on "Choices" are about how life comes at us without our control, and the choices we make dictates the experience.

"Choices" was released in January 2004 and it saw a number of songs picked up by international radio stations in Canada, China, Germany and UK, as well as stellar reviews from magazines. One of which, Mac Addict, had everythingnothing as their featured artist in July 2004 resulting in significant CD sales.

The track "Spin" was featured on a movie soundtrack "Sweet William" to be released in 2006 in Europe. Other stand out tracks include "Nobody's Home" and "Another Complaint".

From Everythingnothing's exposure, they met acclaimed producer Jeremy Stead from Manchester England, who is currently working with Santana's new record label. A couple of remixes later, in 2005 Jeremy was invited to engineer, mix, and produce their latest release " Illusions and Fools". The songs on the CD reflect how we all create things to be or how they may have this monumental effect on our lives, and when properly addressed, we see the frailty of the situation.

Working with Jeremy produced a more lush and more intricate sounding than "Choices". Again mastered by Michael Romanowski at Paul Stubblebine DVD and Mastering, everythingnothing's third release hit the airwaves in early 2006.

Compared stylistically to a diverse set of bands such as: Neil Finn, Travis, Death Cab for Cutie, Snow Patrol, and Live, amongst others, everythingnothing's sound is radio friendly and has attracted interest from all over the world.

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to their world!