Track of the Week – Break Science “Cruise Control”
Colorado-based and New York City-influenced electronic duo Break Science has yet again showcased their authentic musical talent with some fresh music for 2018. First dropping their track “Cruise Control” back in January, the single was merely a teaser and included in the full track list of BreakSci’s new album, Grid of Souls, released earlier this month. This week’s Track of the Week is “Cruise Control.”
Kicking the LP off, “Cruise Control” features powerful vocals from Raquel Rodriguez and serves as both an introductory banger and accurate representation of the duo’s original production style. Pairing hard-hitting beats with synth-driven sounds, “Cruise Control” is a promising tune to naturally trigger your body’s release of endorphins and set the vibe of what’s to come in fourth coming tracks.
Comprised of Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee, the Break Science duo arguably stands as one of the more notable and relevant acts in today’s electronic music scene. When taking into account strong musical talent, experience in the industry, and overall career success; BreakSci has a pretty stacked resume, to say the least.
With Deitch as the drummer for Lettuce and Lee playing keys for Pretty Lights on tour, these two boast a respectful amount of achievements both individually and together. It’s an admirable trait to possess as an artist and something to be deemed worthy of appreciation by music enthusiasts on a universal level.
With 5 years spanning between t Grid of Souls and Seven Bridges — BreakSci’s first LP released back in 2014 — you’d imagine the new album to reflect the ever-evolving landscape and constant changes that modern electronic music goes through. Naturally, Deitch and Lee have fully embraced these trends by putting a fresh spin on each individual track while also keeping their original foundation-styled sounds in check.
Seamlessly merging their personalized styles and quirks, Break Science’s refreshingly original take on electronic music seems to only be improving as time passes. They excel in creating an aural electronic fuse of NYC rooted hip-hop, live instrumentals, sonic range and underlying funk and the duo is only rising up from here. Listen to “Cruise Control” and the rest of Grid of Souls below, and stay tuned in for possible upcoming announcements with these funky dudes.