is the concept creation of singer-songwriter Tiff Randol. Her album The Everything Nothing
captures Randol's journey from self-destruction to self-love, all playing out to gigantic, electro popping nuggets that is reminiscent of artists like Ellie Goulding and La Roux. Check out her track and accompanying video for "Throw Me a Line".
IAMEVEs debut album The Everything Nothing is the musical vision of singer/songwriter Tiff Randol. The 12-song concept album explores the journey of Eve Ami from self-destruction to self-love.
Described by The Huffington Post as if Alice took Ziggy Stardusts hand and followed him down the rabbit hole to a world guided by the twists and turns of Randols ethereal and colorful vocals and Death and Taxes Magazine as one of those earworms that gets stuck in your brain from morning until night.
The first single Throw Me A Line premiered April 2012 on HelloGiggles.com and 98.7fm Close To Me and a new single for each month of 2012 leading up to the full length release of The Everything Nothing.
IndabaMusic.com is currently hosting a remix contest with cash prizes for the best remix of Throw Me A Line. Songs from The Everything Nothing have already been featured on ABCs The Lying Game and MTV. IAMEVE was also profiled in LAWeekly and lovingly spoofed by friend, Fred Armisen, on his TV series Portlandia.
Tiff has shared the stage with Moby, Semi Precious Weapons, Matt Caws of Nada Surf, DJ Spooky, and has over 100 TV/film placements.
The Everything Nothing Credits:
Jim Marr and Wendy Page (Hilary Duff, Jason Reeves) produced Throw Me A Line and a number of other songs on the album. The second single Another Day was produced by Dan Chen (Natalie Walker). Tiff produced a couple tracks as well and one of the songs was produced by Bill Lefler (Gym Class Heroes, Ingrid Michaelson, Dashboard Confessional).