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October 5, 2022


Attaboy Luther

Enjoy our new single "Attaboy Luther" about the character Luther Heggs from the 60's horror masterpiece, the Ghost and Mr. Chicken. You can add it to your Halloween playlist or play it all year for kicks!  



Drool Brothers are real Angeleno brothers Chuck Mancillas and Tom Slik Mancillas with buddy Dan Marfisi.  Collectively, members have worked with an array of ecclectic artists such as Killer Krows, Texas Terri, Kristian Hoffman, Harry Dean Stanton, Poe, Jigsaw Seen, Dennis Quaid and the Sharks, and so many others.  After 11 releases and inclusion on critically acclaimed compilations, they continue to frequent the LA underground winning fans and critical acclaim for their brand of eclectic proto punk pop.  Writer and promoter Dave Bash of IPO called them a hybrid between the "Partridge Family and the Beastie Boys". Their live shows prove to be fun and "booty shaking" as they crank out the retro garage soul with rock bravado and bubblegum charm.  Zappa, P-Funk, Bowie, Beck, XTC have all been mentioned in reviews about them.  Their music has charted on College, Satellite, NPR and streaming radio for the past 19 years, including many spins by legendary DJ ,Rodney Bingenheimer. Music Connection has included them on their Top 100 live band list for 3 years for good reason.  The Drool Brothers live by their DIY/70s Punk spirit by recording and producing their releases on their own through their own indie label, Barfing Glitter Records. 

Influences: Mott the Hoople, Redd Kross, Ramones, 60s and 70s Soul, Esquivel and the B52s

As heard on:

The Rodney Bingenheimer Show, Bill Kelly's Blackhole Bandstand, Palmyra Delran's Trash Pop Shindig, Genya Raven's Goldie's Garage.

Little Steven's Underground Garage


"We loved the Drool Brothers - a wonderfully goofy trio who seem to pull from, in turn, Zappa and Beastie Boys resulting in a rock & roll sound that is as fun as it is zany"

LA Weekly


"They represent everything that is right about

underground pop."

 "A gourmet meal when all you’ve

snacked on is pop radio."
Deli Magazine L.A.

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