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"Philadelphia Weekly"

"Out of nowhere come Prowler, heaping steaming portions of basement-booty electro onto shards of candy-glass funk. The Philly five-piece shiver and shudder for all their worth on last year's self-released Communizzle, spiking DFA slickness with grainy party power. "Uh Huh Yeah" is Talking Heads via Happy Mondays, whereas "World Domination" could be Isaac Brock fronting the Rapture. The big surprise, then, is that it doesn't suck. Prowler have hit upon a tasty recipe that ramps up the all-night fun without worrying about whom they're cribbing from. (Doug Wallen) - Philadelphia Weekly

"WXPN 2007 Local Band of the Year Nomination"

Nominated for one of the best local bands and one of the top local songs by the listeners of YRock on WXPN - YRock on WXPN


2006 'Communizzle' LP (self-release)
2006 'You're a Freak!' Single (self-release)



In 1962 Centralia, Pennsylvania lit its garbage dump on fire, as had been the custom for the last hundred years to destroy its trash. Unfortunately, the fire quickly spread through a deep crevasse in the earth igniting an abandoned underground coal mine and unleashed a torrent of devastation for decades to come. Many efforts have been launched to extinguish the fires, but they continue to rage intermittent and uncontrollably. The county has been razed, itÂ’s zip code revoked and all have abandoned it in despair. Like the underground fires of Centralia, PROWLER has unleashed a torrent of explosive musical fire on Pennsylvania its neighbors along the Eastern Seaboard. Their post-punk electro funk kinetics have razed audiences, devastated dance parties and pushed the boundaries of performance to the delight and horror of many. Their sound is led by whip-sharp guitar pyrotechnics, soul/funk heavy bass, droning psychedelic synths, latin-crazy percussion, and a singer whose antics would cause Barnum E. Bailey to bat an eye lash. Their future will be as bright as any underground coal fire.