"We are very excited to present Coded Theory. The song represents how we have evolved as producers and musicians while staying to true to our core sound. We evolve as we decode life's mysteries." -BrkSci
Break Science dive into various elements of electronic music on their new, very collaborative album.
Available March 9th
Colorado-based 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.
"We put years of life experience into this record. These songs had me feeling all kinds of ways during the process of finishing them. All the emotions. It's funky as hell during some parts and laid back and ethereal in others. We've managed to make the infusion of live instruments into the production more seamless than ever before. Instruments are NOT a gimmick for us. We've been pro musicians before all of this. I have a good feeling our fans will be intensely feeling this release."
‘Grid of Souls’ is out now, serving as an aural embodiment of Break Science’s original and pioneering electronic sound.
Cruise Control (ft. Raquel Rodriguez)
Android Love (ft. Lettuce)
Crazy Lately (ft. Prob Cause)
Make a Move (ft. CTZN, Apryl Sashay)
Light Shine Down (ft. Karl Denson, Lenesha Randolph)
Anthemy Mason (ft. Brasstracks)
Force of Nature (ft. Paperwhite)
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