Favorite This[PREMIERE] Break Science debuts #NYCTOREDROCKS video

Published: July 8, 2014

Shot/edited by: ATS Photography

Story by: Anand Harsh

Documenting the epic 48 hours live hip-hop and bass duo Break Science ran from Webster Hall in New York City on May 30th to the top of the mountain at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO with Bassnectar on May 31st, the new #NYCTOREDROCKS video showcases Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee doing what they do best--rocking crowds from top to bottom.

Featuring"Forest of Illumination" from their debut PLM release Monolith Code, and"Take It To The Floor" featuring Dom Lalli from their sophomore follow-up Seven Bridges, the clip shot and edited by ATS Photography is a taste of what's to come this summer for fans from coast to coast.

The pair hit BC for Pemberton in 10 days, before setting across the midwest and northeast festival tip. A special date at Summer Set gets two dates from the duo, with a special late night performance featuring Manic Focus and Gramatik. Expect collabos galore. Then there's North Coast, Lotus' Summerdance, Catskill Chill and more, with some fall and beyond dates on the horizon, as well. Keep it locked on #BRKSCI.

Tour dates:
July 17     Pemberton Music Festival            Pemberton, BC
July 31     Big Dub Festival                            Artemas, PA
Aug 15     Summer Set Festival                    Somerset, WI
Aug 15     Summer Set Festival Latenight   Somerset, WI
Aug 21
      Bella Terra Festival                       Stephentown, NY
Aug 30     North Coast Music Festival          Chicago, IL
Aug 31     Nelson Ledges Quarry Park        Garrettsville, OH
Sep 06     Catskill Chill Music Festival          Hancock, NY
Nov 13     Bear Creek Music & Art Festival  Live Oak, FL
Jan 06      Jam Cruise 13                               Miami, FL

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