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The Prairie Spies

The Prairie Spies - Blackout [highly rec'd!]

Their name is a contradiction, but it's only a hint of what will be blasting from you speakers. In "Blackout" the call is "hands up to the light!" The power chords are raw, and so is the energy. I'm vaguely reminded of Eagle*Seagull's blog hit "Your beauty is a knife I turn on my throat," which I have a tendency to put on repeat.

The Prairie Spies will be playing tonight at the Red and Black in DC, so check them out if you can't. If she wasn't bedridden and suffering from a summer cold, a certain blogger you know would be there.

A number of my good Oberlin friends are from West Lafayette, where Purdue is located, so in their honor:

The Prairie Spies - Anthem for Purdue University
The band's website/myspace


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