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Eat Sugar

By Kyle Melton

Eat Sugar. Photo by: Alex Jameson

Cincinnati quartet Eat Sugar have made a name for themselves throughout the region as a high-energy synth-fueled outfit over the past five years. With two EPs under their collective belt, Eat Sugar return on their newest album, Levantese!, with all the hallmarks for which they are known: unrelenting rhythms, hypnotically eerie synths and Aidan Bogosian’s impassioned croon. As produced by Enon’s John Schmersal, Levantese! shows Eat Sugar refining their tweaked out blips and blips into a powerfully concise framework: sharpening the hooks, tightening the beats and delivering an altogether alluring package. Levantese! will be a digital-only release via iTunes and will be available starting Tuesday, August 24. Eat Sugar will perform on Saturday, August 21 at South Park Tavern, 1301 Wayne Ave. Also on the bill are The Turkish Delights and The Fervor (Louisville). Doors open at 9 p.m. and admission is $5 for all ages. For more information, visit online at www.EatSugarMusic.com. (Photo by Alex Jameson)


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