Brooklyn duo Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee, aka Break Science, have unveiled their brand new self release ‘Grid of Souls’, a dynamic and eclectic 10-track LP showcasing their full and diverse sonic range out 9th March.
Kicking things off with powerful vocals courtesy of Raquel Rodriguez in their synth-driven production ‘Cruise Control’, Break Science fuse generations of New York’s rich musical legacy with their own deep-rooted connection to hip-hop heritage.
Displaying heavier bass and trap vibes on ‘Guiding Light’, the duo offer a more rhythmic take on ‘Light Shine Down’, a track tinged by influences from 80’s electronica and synth-wave sounds.
Raised and influenced by the rhythm and culture of New York City, the pair merge their production styles seamlessly, creating a refreshingly original take on electronic music.
Currently in the midst of a 5-date US Tour, featuring production by Lazer Shark,Break Science’s live show transcends expectations with Lee’s seasoned trip-hop/dub/jazz vibes on keyboards and Deitch‘s thunderous breakbeat style on drums.
‘Grid of Souls’ is out now, serving as an aural embodiment of Break Science’s original and pioneering electronic sound.