DeLorean, the new album by B.Slade is now available for limited-time name your price at Bandcamp. B.Slade is an imagineer that has released 30 albums in less than 12 years. A Prophetic Visionary with no boundaries musically spiritually or vocally. The future is now. Come aboard.
Although this LP's street date is listed as August 4th, 2015 it was originally supposed to be released on October 21, 2015 the EXACT date that Marty McFly programmed his Delorean in 1985 as a future destination, this LP is the present future of what I imagined music would sound like when I first saw Back To The Future pt.2. The release date change came because I felt like there were too many good "summer jams" on this album to release it exclusively in the fall/winter season. Secondly "BAD BILLY" (back to the future pt. 3) is the 3rd part in this Trilogy which is now slated for OCT.21,2015 instead. This album represents what I imagined society would be like by this time (2015) and the "DELOREAN" (back to the future pt.2) still looks like it hasn't gotten here yet though it made it's official debut in 1981, ironically. The album deals with the changing climate of the modern conciousness. Lyrically the LP nods to traditional and modern ideologies and the imbalance of the human to machine ratio. We are presently living in the future that our past projected.This theory further substantiates my belief in quantum physics; the notion that music is a medium that can teleport you to anytime date and time including those that we have not caught up to yet. Afro-futurism and Retro-futurism play a vital role in my philosophical views & commentary.Both points of view through art have been a long standing fascination of mine and this album "DELOREAN" is the perfect vehicular time machine. To drive with this album at 88 MPH while playing "PUNCH 88" on Pacific Coast Highway with the top down is an experience that every "driving-music" listener must have. Some have considered "DELOREAN" to be the Sequel to 2012's "DEEP PURPLE", to some degree I'd have to agree. "DEEP PURPLE" was a major artistic leap for me but "DELOREAN" is a Quantum Leap for me artistically.