Greg Ellis Lighting and Technical Production
BREAK SCIENCE will perform a rare live concert appearance at Ravine
Atlanta, Georgia, February 21, 2019 Borahm Lee and Adam Deitch are Break Science. They are considered the pioneers of Colorado’s electronic music explosion. With over a decade of experience in various mediums backing them up, they are critical music influencers and at the forefront of a global live electronic fusion
renaissance. Their contemporary sound resists sub-genre categorization, however it is firmly rooted in a connection to classic East Coast hip-hop fused with futuristic electronica, experimental and nu jazz, funk, dub-step, drum and base, soulful vocals and synth pop.
The Denver based duo is comprised of keyboardist/producer/jazz pianist Borahm Lee (Pretty Lights Live Band) and acclaimed funk/hip-hop drummer Adam Deitch (Lettuce). Break Science’s origins can be traced back to
the embryonic seeds of the electro-soul movement. The sum of these parts has evolved Break Science into an amalgam of styles, authentically artistic and with an aesthetic that is wholly their own. The pair are renowned
for their elusive, cutting edge live, jam band performances, improvisational style, extended sets and their massive dedicated following.
Following the success of last year’s full album release ‘Grid of Souls’, Break Science will perform a live show in Atlanta’s ground-breaking venue Ravine. Ravine features a staggering state-of-the art audio and visual
experience, a game-changer in the concert industry. The soundscape will transcend through lighting and technical director Greg Ellis, best known for his work with Pretty Lights for the last decade. The interactive
show will run over 100 moving lights, high powered lasers and a three dimensional holographic video display, a new signature of Ravine’s cutting edge technical production.
BORAHM LEE (Pretty Lights) A master of Ableton Live and prowess atop an assortment of analog synths,
Fender Rhodes, and digital plug-ins propel Break Science toward the new frontier. Lee has worked with
cultural icons Kanye West and The Fugees. He is well versed in reggae/dub vibrations.
ADAM DEITCH (Lettuce) keeps it thorough with classic boom-bap and inventive patterns that employ his rhythmic wizardry, be it electronic drum programming or a traditional trap-kit. Deitch has worked with hip-hop legends like Redman, Pharoahe Monch and members of the Wu-Tang Clan. He’s manned the drum set for
jazz luminary John Scofield. Break Science is presented by BEWARE PRESENTS.