Marvel Years opens for Break Science at Vail Ale House, Dec. 10
If you go …
What: Break Science, with opening act Marvel Years.
When: Doors open at 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10.
Where: Vail Ale House, 2161 North Frontage Road, Vail.
Cost: $20 presale online until 3 p.m. today or $25 at the door.
VAIL — Break Science plays at the Vail Ale House this evening. The duo is one of the most popular live electronic acts touring nationally and is here to complement the Snow Daze event in Vail Village featuring Lettuce.
“Break Science is truly one of the hottest acts in this genre currently and last summer made waves in the festival circuit,” said Ross Cohen, the show’s promoter.
Break Science has been most influenced by the rhythm and culture of New York City, where members Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee grew up. They fused the many generations of New York’s rich musical legacy with their own deep-rooted connection to hip-hop heritage.
With more than 30 years combined experience, Break Science has had the opportunity to perform and produce music with homegrown New York City musical legends including John Scofield, Wyclef Jean, Raekwon, GZA and Lee Scratch Perry.
Merging their production styles, the duo creates an original take on electronic music, with Lee’s seasoned trip-hop, dub and jazz vibes on keyboards and Ableton Live digital audio and Deitch’s thunderous break-beat style on drums.
Last summer, Break Science electrified the festival circuit with packed dates across the country, including huge plays at Bonnaroo, Summer Set, Pemberton, Summercamp, Wakarusa and Sonic Bloom music festivals, as well as opening for Bassnectar at Red Rocks in May, where they received an overwhelming positive response from the crowd.
The opening act for the evening is Vermont-based artist Marvel Years, who will be performing double duty for the evening as opener for both Lettuce at Snow Daze and Break Science at the Ale House.
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