Despite their more-than-packed schedules, professional musicians Borahm Lee of Pretty Lights Live Band and Adam Deitch of the Lettuce funk band have been incubating the Break Science sound. The duo is back with their 2018 release Grid of Souls to deliver a diverse selection of tunes for our minds to snack on.
"Supermoon" gravitates us to an existential frame of thought releasing us into a mind playground with strokes of introspective synths topped off with a funky shuffle groove. Along with members of Lettuce, Break Science is extending their live show with a whole new approach to live instrumentation infused with electric flavors.
I had the chance to catch Borahm Lee's Forest Stage set to kick off my first visit to Electric Forest ever while visiting the US last summer. With a Lettuce set later that weekend, I got a medley of them in their different elements. Some months before, I caught Break Science along with Marvel Years during a visit to Chicago. Witnessing these different events and now hearing this album underlines to me the path of growing as a musician is very much divergent. Big ups to these guys for being an inspiration with their musicianship, hard work and innovative approach to production.
Get your hands on Grid of Souls through the link at the top.