LA based Drool Brothers have put together a collection of creepy songs entitled Halloween for Creeps to help you celebrate Halloween. They continue on their alternative path deconstructing pop music, but this time they wrap their mutations in a black and orange candy wrapper so you can taste the weirdness. The track Tonight is Halloween is a spooky, yet kooky, Victorian funeral march while Lost in Space transports you to the planet of FUZZ where you will be busting a move with a few Creeps. Though a Halloween album, many tracks will hold their own any time of the year on College/NPR radio as they touch on the scary universal themes concerning the human condition. After all,
whats scarier than school budgets and bad relationships? The Drool Brothers, formed in 1997 by brothers Chuck Mancillas and Tom Slik, teamed up with guitarist Joe Kramer and have released 5 albums, two vinyl singles and have been included on a handful of compilations. Reviewers have juxtaposed their references comparing them to Beck, Zappa, Sly Stone, Weezer, Talking Heads and as validated by Dangerdog music reviews, the Drool Brothers are innovative and eclectic; at once incomprehensive and detached, but then also accessible and catchy. Join the Halloween party at droolbothers.com. Also available at iTunes, Bandcamp, CdBaby, e-music and most digital outlets.