Thursday, September 18, 2014

Break Science + Manic Focus Release Debut Single "You Gotta Move" + Exclusive Mix for Upcoming #BRKTHRU Tour - Starting Tomorrow


The dance music world is buzzing about Manic Science — Break Science and Manic Focus's side project that debut a one-of-a-kind collaborative performance that left fans wanting more. Today they release "You Gotta Move," a unique take on soul-funk and electronic blues that combines hip-hop influences with a taste for the futuristic edge of bass music, creating a sound that is entirely their own. Borahm's keyboard expertise shines through and compliments JmaC's musical style perfectly, but Deitch's percussion is the glue that holds this spacey-bass baby together thanks to the mastering skills of XOQ at Big Life Management.
The reveal of the song comes on the wake of Break Science's upcoming #BRKTHRU Tourwhich features select dates with special guests including Manic Focus, Brooklyn dubstep innovator Space Jesus, along with Denver's remix extraordinaire ProJect Aspect.
Starting tomorrow, September 18 and spanning through November, the #BRKTHRU TOUR features eighteen dates that swing through Colorado, California, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Texas — which includes an Official ACL Late Night set in Austin. The Pretty Lights Music-signed duo caps it off with one last festival blowout atBear Creek Music Festival in Live Oak, Florida on November 14. To get fans hyped, Break Science released an exclusive mix via Do Androids Dance which includes an unreleased track called “Wake Me Up Inside”.
About Break Science:
Raised and influenced by the rhythm and culture of New York City, Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee fuse generations of the city's rich musical legacy with their own deep-rooted connection to hip-hop heritage. Merging their production styles seamlessly, the duo creates a refreshingly original take on electronic music. The live show transcends expectations with Lee's seasoned trip-hop/dub/jazz vibes on keyboards and Ableton Live and Deitch's thunderous breakbeat style on drums.
This Summer, Break Science electrified the festival circuit with packed dates across the country, including huge plays at Bonnaroo, Summer Set, Pemberton, Summercamp, Wakarusa, & Sonic Bloom Music Festivals. Lee and Deitch also brought their captivating style to Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado 5/31 (w/ Bassnectar). #BRKSCI
“Vibe Walk” - Listen on SoundCloud | Free Download
"Seven Bridges" - Full Album Download | iTunes | Beatport
9/18 @ The Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO (w/ The Shady Horns) * !
9/19 @ Belly Up - Aspen, CO * !
9/20 @ Barkley Ballroom - Frisco, CO * !
9/21 @ The Roxy - SSMF Music Festival, West Hollywood, CA
9/24 @ Zydeco - Birmingham, AL +
9/25 @ Bourbon Street Bar - Auburn, AL +
9/26 @ Republic - New Orleans, LA +
9/27 @ Kress Live - Biloxi, MS (w/ Galactic)
10/2 @ Fitzgerald’s Upstairs - Houston, TX (w/ The Shady Horns) * +
10/3 @ House of Blues, Cambridge Room - Dallas, TX (w/ The Shady Horns) * +
10/5 @ Official ACL Late Night, The Parish - Austin, TX (w/ The Shady Horns) * +
11/5 @ Soundstage - Baltimore, MD * +
11/6 @ Mr Smalls - Pittsburgh, PA * +
11/7 @ Soundgarden Hall - Philadelphia, PA (w/ Minnesota)
11/8 Pearl Street - Northampton, MA * +
11/12 @ The Culture Room - Ft. Lauderdale, FL * +
11/13 @ Orpheum - Tampa Bay, FL * +
11/14 @ Bear Creek Music Festival - Live Oak, FL
* Manic Focus — ! Project Aspect — + Space Jesus
Follow #BRKTHRU on Twitter & Facebook For Live Tour Updates
Follow Break Science On: Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud
Follow Manic Focus On: Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud

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