...an experimental rock combo who awkwardly examines the human condition through guitar, bass, drums, bongos, fuzz boxes and words. We are studio geeks.
HALLOWEEN FOR CREEPS
ALSO - Chuck's solo record - Mom's Imaginary Aquabus!
"They have a totally unique sound and are the essence of what an "indie" band is. Mike Stark - LARadio Sessions
Halloween For Creeps is not only a great listening experience (whether it’s on Halloween or any other time of the year), but it also does a perfect job of paying tribute to the group’s roots. - See more at: http://www.gravediggerslocal.com 2014
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Drool Brothers in HOT 100 unsigned bands 2012
Music Connection Magazine - December 2012
Ajax Muffler: a gourmet meal when all you’ve
snacked on is pop radio.
Deli Magazine L.A.
Drool Brothers in HOT 100 UNsigned live bands 2009
Music Connection Magazine: December 2009
"...one of the strangest and most fun listening experiences I've had in quite some time."
Delusions of Adaquacy
"they know enough about pop music to use its freakiest mutations for their own ends."
...one of the most original bands I've yet heard.
Music Dish E-Journel
"Ajax Muffler sounds like a collision, orchestrated by director John Waters, at a foggy four-way intersection
between the Talking Heads, Crack The Sky, Zappa and the The B-52s.
They make Jack White's eccentric, yet commercial teasing, projects look like disturbing Levittown normalcy."
"Ajax Muffler is Zappaesque, a very unique album, funky in a Sly Stone sorta way."
UC Radio (bitemefcc.com)
"Drool Brothers have skillfully mastered the ability to create their own musical signature through and through."
Music, Film, and Book Reviews (http://musicfilmandbookreviews.blogspot.com)
"truly original dose of many musical styles and influences, wrapped inside
a humor-filled package that make a truly beguiling and irresistibly, captivating
Not Lame Records
"They can play their instruments and know enough about pop music to use its freakiest
mutations for their own ends."