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Everything And Everybody indulge in the luxury of strong assertion. And the risk of not defining oneself. Not at the moment. With open structures, the Berlin trio are relying on their intuition, on themselves and on the beauty of coincidence. In Everything And Everybody Anton Feist (Bodi Bill, The/Das, Romano), Nikolas Tillmann (Le Very, NIAS) and Josephin Thomas create electrified pop music, restless funk riffs with a heavy 80s impact and sweaty jams for never-ending nights.
'Tragedy', the band's latest offering, deals with free will vs. obedience. "You think you do control your own life, but actually you don't", says singer Nikolas Tillmann. "The song is about obedience to power, success, money, all that. You'd probably deny it publically, but you can not withdraw from these things." And he continues: "It came to my mind as all these despots manipulate the masses with their well-planned poses, gestures, and words. And we are not so far away from doing so to each other in our small everyday lives."
In the early 2010s Anton Feist is part of Bodi Bill, a band of the hour that casually combines the loose ends of electronic dance music and folk to create a real momentum. The follow-up project The/Das goes deeper into the search for a noble and embracing techno sound. Feist leaves The/Das, concentrating initially on other things and eventually makes himself available to the Berlin musician Romano. The urge to make his own music always catches up with him.
While Feist previously left nothing to chance with Bodi Bill or The/Das, he now pursues a different and refreshing approach. Everybody And Everybody is not about precisely formulated sound. The emphasis is much more on chemistry, attitude and humour. Even if the result is important, the journey there is more important.