Everything Is Made in China or Eimic is a Russian post-rock trio formed 2005 in Moscow and composed of Max Fedorov on vocals, lead guitar and percussion, Phil Premyak on bass guitar and keyboards and Alex Zotov on the drums. Their music draws on influences such as Mogwai, Broken Social Scene, The Most Serene Republic, Radiohead and Smashing Pumpkins. The band's music has minimalistic melodies while experimenting widely with vocal, electronic and instrumental samples in a manner reminiscent of Sigur Rós. They sing in English, however, they do not accentuate on lyrics. Their first release "4" appeared in summer 2007 after being recorded at Chemical Sound Studios in Toronto, Ontario. Supported by an internet campaign this album received good critics and inchoated successful touring in Russia. Rolling Stone pronounced eimic to be the most promising Russian post-rock band.
Eimic was one of the participants of the Open'er Festival 2008 in Gdynia, Poland.