Break Science Announces 'Seven Bridges' 2014 Winter Tour

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Earlier today, Break Science announced the dates for their 'Seven Bridges' Winter 2014 Tour.

The duo is set to hit the road on January 22nd and kick off the start of their tour in Albany, with other stops along the East Coast including Ithaca, Lancaster, Portland, Boston, Nyack, Noho and finishing the tour off in their hometown of New York City.

Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee make up the live-tronic duo, both were born and raised in New York City, where they developed a learning and influence of culture and sounds for their own music creations.

The duo fuses together generations of New York City's music genres with their own hip-hop connections.

"Their live show transcends audiences' expectations with Borahm's seasoned trip-hop, dub and soul vibes on keys, as well as the advanced live production techniques, and Adam's thunderous and flavorful breakbeat style on drums", a recent press release described Break Science's lively performances. Break Science has received a large amount of positive attention and accolations since the release of first full-length album released on Pretty Lights Music.

The band has greatly contributed to the evolution of electronic and jam-band styles that make up their live-tronic style of music.

Break Science's 'Seven Bridges' certainly showcases the range in the duo's "creative vision and stylistic evolution". The songs off their latest album are sure to shake the walls of venues around the country, bringing new sounds to the evolution of electronic music.

"The name of the album is very much aligned with its intention to bridge gaps between the past and the present, the present and the future, and between influence and imagination", a press release continues.

Tickets for Break Science's 'Seven Bridges' Winter 2014 Tour go on sale tomorrow.

For information on tour dates, tickets and new releases, be sure to visit Break Science on their website at - the duo looks forward to seeing you in the crowd in January!