Behind the busy
Some time ago I made the announcement that there’d be a Philip K Nixon album completed and presented for 7-7-7
I’d previously intended to stop working with PKN, preferring to focus on writing projects, but something felt incomplete
Honestly I love getting into the weird frame of minds that are necessary to pull together something indicative of the zeitgeist while remaining true to the PKN mandate, as it were. Mystery X, Brenico Media Group, and R Carney Studios were totally behind it, Blue Fly Productions handed me a chunk of material, and the completion of Occulterati left behind a wealth of mind-warping out of context quotes that were perfect for freezing into a Philip K Nixon track. Chris Titan pointed me at some interesting correspondences I’d have otherwise overlooked, and the advent of Alterati gave me the mile high view I needed to spot some rare gems that I added into the mix.
So it’s all on track. There will be a new outer shell on the PKN franchise, as it shakes, shivers, and sloughs off its old skin like some reptilian shapeshifting left-handed lesbian midget albino, a carcass and a coffin for the egregore that marches golem-like to an innevitable task: The alteration of the monoculture.