Colorado’s electronic music duo Break Science—comprised of keyboardist, producer, and jazz pianist, Borahm Lee (Pretty Lights Live Band) and funk, hip-hop drummer, Adam Deitch (Lettuce)—has released a new single, “Coded Theory”, marking the group’s first new music of 2019.
“Coded Theory” encompasses different elements of experimental electronic, hip-hop, pop, and other worldly genres, as Lee and Deitch navigate through a dream-like soundscape. The duo’s live instrumentation, on top of EDM-centric loops, adds an entirely different dynamic to the music, and deviates Break Science from the majority of the electronic scene’s favorite artists.
Adam Deitch explains,
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.
Listen to Break Science’s new single “Coded Theory” below:
Break Science – “Coded Theory”
Outside of Break Science, Borahm Lee and Adam Deitch are accomplished and respected musicians in their own right. Lee has worked with cultural icons like Kanye West and The Fugees, as well as Pretty Lights Live Band and Dominic Lalli’s Bluebird Quintet. Deitch has worked with hip-hop heavyweights including Redman, Pharoahe Monch, and members of the Wu-Tang Clan, along with held down the drum seat for iconic jazz guitarist John Scofield (Uberjam). Deitch is also a founding member and principal songwriter for long-running funk outfit Lettuce.
Next up for Break Science is a pair on shows in Colorado, as the duo hits Aspen’s Belly Up on Thursday, May 9th, followed by a performance at Denver’s Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom on Friday, May 10th.
Head to Break Science’s website for ticketing and more information.
Break Science 2019 Tour Dates:
5/9 – Aspen, CO – Belly Up
5/10 – Denver, CO- Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
5/23 – 5/26 – Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp Music Festival
8/1 – 8/4 – Darrington, WA – Summer Meltdown
8/23 – 8/24 – Tuscaloosa, AL- Druid City Music Festival