Break Science are back: Adam Deitch & Borahm Lee tease forthcoming EP with ‘Mecha Flora’
Few instrumentalists carry more respect than Adam Deitch & Borahm Lee, who together form the renowned live-electronic act, Break Science. After over two years of hiatus, the duo now release their first single of 2023, “Mecha Flora,” a dreamy amalgam of funk fusion with dancing keys, warping synths, and irresistible rhythm. The single marks the duo’s first since 2020’s “Mettawave” and previews an extended EP forthcoming next month.
On February 2, the hybrid producer/instrumentalist duo will officially mark their return with a brand new EP, Mecha Flora. A lockdown-era project, Mecha Flora is a showcase for the vitality of live instrument-infused electronic music and its meditative, cathartic effect on listeners. The 6-track EP also marks the duo’s first extended release since 2018’s album, Grid of Souls.
Deitch and Borahm were quarantined like the rest of the world throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but benefitted by living only 7-minutes walking distance apart from each other in their current homes in Denver, CO. These isolated recording sessions often featured Lee’s living room piano and drum set, an organic approach that empowered the producers through a dark time and invigorated the Break Science project in the process. As per their patented style, Mecha Flora is Break Science showing without telling listeners just how empowering and meditative this style of music can be.
Mecha is the digital, Flora is the natural – this EP represents the ebb and flow via master interpreters of music.
Pioneers of Colorado’s electronic music explosion, Break Science soars ahead of the curve, with a decade-plus trendsetting the game. On February 2, the duo will celebrate the EP release with a headline debut at Denver’s Meow Wolf Convergence Station. Tickets can be found here.
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