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Deft Valley

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Heavy, progressive Hard Rock trio Valley of the Sun celebrates the birth of its new EP, The Sayings of the Seers, at the Southgate House’s Parlour room this Thursday. Cincy Art/Prog/Metal ensemble Atlantic Becoming and Columbus’ heavies Lo-Pan open the 9 p.m. show.  

The Sweetest Redo

Mush Records releases physical version of Eat Sugar digital LP

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 15, 2011
It’s a proud moment when a band can celebrate the release of its debut full-length album, but slightly more unusual to celebrate the same release again six months later. But, as any fan will tell you, Eat Sugar doesn’t do much by the book.  

Local Release Mania

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Acoustic Blues duo 46 Long, Punk journeymen I Fail, Roots/Folk collective The Midlife Crisis Ramblers, the Electro/Indie/Dance group Eat Sugar, and local dark wizards of Roots/Rock The Sundresses are all releasing albums this week. It's like a back-to-school special for kick-ass music.  

Full Lineup for MidPoint Indie Summer

1 Comment · Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The upcoming MidPoint Indie Summer concert series on Fountain Square (three bands for free every Friday) opens with Scottish Indie Pop darlings Camera Obscura June 4, the much-buzzed about Neon Indian June 11, MidPoint vets Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit June 18 and reunited Pop/Punk Chicago band Smoking Popes June 25. And that's just the first month.  

Indie Dance Night With DJ Greg Poneris

Jan. 15 • Mayday

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 12, 2010
If anyone should understand what beats get a crowd moving, it's a drummer. It helps if it's a kick-ass drummer from a kick-ass band that specializes in highly-adrenalized Electro Dance Pop ... like Greg Poneris of locals Eat Sugar.  

Eat Sugar Gets a Buzz

Smarter than your average Dance Rock band

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 24, 2009
As soon as the laser sears the aluminum surface of Eat Sugar's new CD, 'It's Not Our Responsibility,' any booty with a soul attached is liable to grow a mind of its own, get itself up off the chair and shake its proprietor around like a useless sack of meat. But while the bumpin' backbeat is undeniable, Eat Sugar are far from routine, mindless dance-party rockers.  

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