Few instrumentalists carry more respect than Adam Deitch & Borahm Lee, who together form renown live-electronic act, Break Science.
On January 13th, the duo will 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 in 2023.
Denver-based soul-jazz supergroup BTTRFLY Quintet is soaring through the music world. Formed during the pandemic by artists from Lettuce, Big Gigantic, and Break Science, the band’s five members have sprung from their jamtronica background to blend funk, jazz, jam, and soul into life-affirming instrumental soundscapes.
It’s amazing what two people onstage can produce when it comes to music. Borahm Perry and Adam Deitch, together known as Break Science, will bring their high energy dance party to Ardmore Music Hall, on The Main Line, on Friday evening.
Friday will be one of three East Coast dates (five dates total) that is scheduled for the duo.
The 6th annual Spread The Word Festival, showcased some of Colorado’s most diverse and eclectic talent, spanning from ferociously fast picking and heavy-hitting bass decibels, to smooth funky jams and everything in between. Spread across five stages, Denver’s Fox Street Compound morphed into a psychedelic playground for fans to enjoy artists, food trucks and tunes galore.
Fresh off the release of their Shapeshifter 1: Construct EP and riding a train hell-bent on metamorphosis, New York’s mesmerizing instrumental quartet TAUK took over Denver’s Ogden Theatre this past weekend, showcasing their unique ability to blend elements of jazz, rock, and funk to captivate the minds of audiences across the country.
The inaugural Fool’s Paradise is set to take place in the beautiful beach town of St. Augustine, FL April 1-2, 2016. The two-day destination event will feature Lettuce & Friends, GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue (Ivan Neville, George Porter Jr., Eric Krasno, Nikki Glaspie, Neal Casal & The Shady Horns), Goldfish, The Nth Power, Break Science, the Fools for Funk Supergroup, and more.
It's the end of summer. Labor Day weekend – arguably one of the best times of the year to be a Chicago resident. The de facto end to summer is a time that Chicagoans tend to embrace, as a sort of reminder that we do have a bit of time before the tundra-like conditions of winder arrive mere months (or, gulp, weeks) from now. It makes perfect sense, then, to use this time to hold an eclectic music festival that hosts bands and artists ranging from funk to EDM and from rock to hip-hop.