Extra Features include chapter menus, extra videos and outtakes, director's commentary with San Diego music historian Bart Mendoza, and subtitles in English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish.
San Diego bands featured are: The Sess, Transfer, The Soft Pack, The Viewmasters, Republic of Letters, Qu'Est-Ce Que C'est, The Drowning Men, Kill Me Tomorrow, New Mexico, Lady Dottie and the Diamonds, The Silent Comedy, Circa Now, Irradio, Ej Wilson, John Meeks, Long Live Logos, The Bugs, The Apes of Wrath, Lucy's Fur Coat, A Beautiful Noise, El Ten Eleven and Hocus
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THERE IS NOTHING OUT HERE is a concert-film that shines a light on the talent, variety and passion that can be
discovered from within a local music scene. Recorded over a two-year period, from bands past and present, the
concert-film features a collection of live, full-song performances from music that's been thriving out of San Diego in
Wrapped in images from the deserts of San Diego to the ocean, 'There Is Nothing Out Here' is a festival of passionate
The hour and a half long film contains over 20 full-song, live performances mixed by Grammy Award winner Alan Sanderson.