ARTIST FEATURE: Break Science: On Tour Q&A (Seven Bridges Tour Hits Michigan March 14th & 16th)



Easily two of the most hard working individuals in the music scene today, drummer Adam Deitch and instrumentalist/producer Borahm Lee, are taking their magnificent Break Science project to new levels. Coming off the Pretty Lights ‘Live Band’ tour (Deitch played drums & Lee on keys), the never-slowing duo are all packed up and on the road once more for their ‘Seven Bridges’ Winter Tour, hitting nearly 20 dates before re-assembling for festival season. With two Michigan stops, it’s safe to say that our homestate is getting blessed by the Break Science lords! Keeping them company on the road are tour mates Paul Basic & Cosby Sweater. We had a chance to catch up with Break Science a little while back, and we got to pick their brain a bit. Find our Q&A with Break Science below and be sure to catch them on March 14th at Elektricity in Pontiac, and March 16th at The Intersection in Grand Rapids as part of the Sectionlive x Curated Music Winter Show Series. For tickets and more information on the Seven Bridges Tour, head here.

CURATED MUSIC: When and how did you first become interested in music?
BREAK SCIENCE: We are both “lifer” musicians. Our families are proffesional musicians, so it was a very natural proccess.

CM: Whats your greatest musical moment of 2013?
BS: One moment that sticks out in 2013 was playing a sold out show with Pretty Lights in Chicago as part of his band, then rushing immediately over to a packed House of Blues to rock an amazing after party for OUR fans.

CM: Do you have must listen records of 2013?
BS: A Color Map of the Sun (PL) and ExMag “proportions” (lo temp)1533885_10152147323825269_1734233010_n

CM: With all of your travels around the US, are there any places you still wish you play in?
BS: Anywhere in Hawaii would be amazing!

CM: What are your thoughts on the Denver Music Scene?
BS: Denver is the London of the US as far as being an Electronic music hub. We LOVE it there and they embrace us “New Yorkers” like one of their own.

CM: If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing?
BS: Probably teaching music.

CM: With the successful release of “Seven Bridges” and the growing combination of hip hop and EDM, who are you exited to be working with next?
BS: We are excited to work with more singers and MCs. Busta Rhymes is on the wish list.

CM: What are you doing to prepare for the new year and coming festival season?
BS: We are fully prepared to take our live shows to the next level and really showcase what we do musically on our instruments as well as connecting further with our TRUE fans through the shows and social media.


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