February 2014 Local Music Reviews

Local Review: The Fission Breakers – Interaction

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The Fission Breakers
Interaction
Self-Released
Street: 11.16.13
The Fission Breakers = The Doors + The Animals
Just a turn right of psychedelic and a throwback to the crotch rock of the ’60s and ’70s, Interaction has swagger to spare, even if it is sometimes derailed by a harmful devotion to The Doors. That organ? Those vocals? We all know their genesis. Travis Woolston’s swoony, ham-fisted baritone rockets from the grave of Jim Morrison and dominates the rest of the album. He’s earnest and confident to boot, and possesses a strong voice uncommon for his age. Now, what would Morrison think of this, exactly? Ah, he’d probably hate it, but who gives a shit? I like it, and I am alive! –Taylor Hale

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