Jay Fresh, Supervision, Kind Beats
Sun, March 17, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmTrees
$20.00 - $25.00
This event is all ageshttp://www.treesdallas.com/event/1830610/
Borahm Lee’s masterful use of Ableton Live and prowess atop an assortment of analog synths, Fender Rhodes, and digital plug-ins propel Break Science’s towards the new frontier. Lee has worked with cultural icons like Kanye West and The Fugees, he is well versed in reggae/dub vibrations. Adam Deitch keeps it thorough with classic boom-bap, and inventive patterns that employ his rhythmic wizardry, be it electronic drum programming or a traditional trap-kit. Deitch has worked with hip-hop legends like Redman, Pharoahe Monch and members of the Wu-Tang Clan, he’s manned the drum seat for jazz luminaries like John Scofield (Uberjam). Both members of Break Science bring classic hip-hop, dub, drum n’ bass, dancehall, jazz, funk, and genre-defying elements to coalesce in modern electronic soundscapes.
The sum of these parts has evolved Break Science into an amalgam of styles authentic, and an artistic aesthetic wholly their own, heard in the highest of definition on their titanic 2018 full-length LP Grid of Souls. For ever-further explorations in sound, the duo will form like Voltron, combining with several members of Lettuce for the wildly-kinetic Break Science Live Band. Whether the essential dynamic duo or a full-fledged ensemble, they continue to break down the science & move the arena, one gridlocked soul at a time.
In the past year, he has become a notable fixture among the Dallas live music scene - opening for artists such as: LMFAO, DJ VICE, Griz, Elliot Lipp, Michal Menert, Gramatik, Paper Diamond, SuperVision, Wale, The Cool Kids, Mac Miller, Yelawolf, Big Krit and Trae The Truth among others.
Jay Fresh has also recently collaborated with Artist like Gramatik, Paper diamond, Supervision, Michal Menert, Griz, Brain Gang Blue, and Haywire.
He has performed at large shows and festivals including the Pretty Lights Music Showcase at Red Rocks, Lights all Night, House of Blues Dallas, and at SXSW; The Smog Vs. UFK Afterparty, and The Air Up There Showcase.
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