All of Fuzz Steilacoom’sbest qualities are revealed in “Alabama Movies” and “A Little Late,” the opening and closing tracks of the Oklahoma City duo’s third full-length. The relationship between them unveils the worst.
Local garage-punk miscreants The Boom Bang and directors Kyle Roberts and Nathan Poppe are no strangers to VOTD’s digital pages. Before they explode your brains with their new venture, let’s review where we saw each of them last.
Inspired by Teen Wolf, The Boom Bang were dressing their friends up in fur and surfing on top of vans for “Jabroni Ramoney.”
But this glorious day, they’ve combined their powers to generate their own take on a gem from our collective childhood: the intro to the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon. What follows basically combines Poppe’s drawings, Roberts’ stop-motion discipline (which he said required three months’ work when he stopped by the Gazette’s office last week), and The Boom Bang’s super-shredding, and it’s beautiful.