It's Not Our Responsibility!
'[T]his Cincinnati foursome's 'Pop Singer' and 'So Into You' is made for drunk dance enthusiasts fond of cowbells and fuzzy synths...get your hands on It's Not Our Responsibility! Before MTVU and your music snob friends.' - Big Takeover 'The single, 'Pop Singer,' is a slow-burning cautionary tale about the perils of celebrity. The remainder of the EP is searing electro-pop, and it's Aidan Bogosian's vocals that stoke the coals, eschewing the fleeting fame of pop singers for a different form of temporality - the surrender to the dance floor.' - Melophobe 'Electro punk melodies meet spastic new wave rhythms... Eat Sugar's musical combination ushers in a new wave of dance punk, taking over from their ageing contemporaries who look to be moving towards other forms of electro noise and experimental disco.' - Einstein Music Journal 'Bass, synth, and more convene to rattle your senses... 20 minutes well spent.' - Parasites & Sycophants 'It's a very easy release to listen to, but with enough substance that you won't get bored or feel as if you're listening to predictable guff.' - Artrocker Magazine 'This is intense music for those who want to discover the depths of sound.' - A & A 'Eat Sugar combine the Disco Rock sound of Brooklyn label DFA with frantic Punk Rock energy.' - Tuneraker.com 'Their latest effort, It's Not Our Responsibility!, is a striking follow up to their dazzling first effort and self-titled EP.' - Veritas Lux Mea 'But it's Eat Sugar's bulging beats, electronic creativity and knack for quirky Pop song construction that makes the EP such a magical listening experience.' - CityBeat 'Pop Singer itself is a super catchy, hype worthy song, and it comes off Eat Sugar's second EP, It's Not Our Responsibility.' - Fense Post 'I suspect Eat Sugar will continue to develop their sound, which might just be one of the most original ones I've come across in the past year and a half.' - Wildy's World 'The new release is as fresh sounding as anything I have heard come out of the Queen City in awhile, and the one word I keep coming back to when I think to describe it is 'urgent'. An urgency to dance, an urgency to tap your foot, an urgency to take up keyboards because they sound so good. Whatever it is, I think It's Not Our Responsibility really pushes things to the forefront and pushes them right now.' - Each Note Secure 'As soon as the laser sears the aluminum surface of Eat Sugar's new disc, It's Not Our Responsibility, any booty with a soul attached is liable to grow a mind of it's own, get itself up off the chair and shake it's 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.' - CityBeat.