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Album artwork for The Standard by Psyche Origami

The trio – MC Wyzsztyk (pronounced wiz-stick), and DJs Dainja and Synthesis – weaves a complex web of beats and lyrical breakdowns that culminate in a heady and abstract cerebral stew. The Atlanta, GA trio (popularized for their spots on Adult Swim commercials) consist of emcee Mr. Wyzard, and DJs Synthesis and Dainja. Mr. Wyzard produces all but three of the tracks and his sound can be summed up as boom bap with a bouncy twist. With well thought out conceptual rhymes, tight beats, and excellent scratches and cuts from DJs Dainja and Synthesis, Psyche Origami is proof positive that rap music from the south can be so much more than the misogynistic zombie music.

Psyche Origami

The Standard

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Album artwork for The Standard by Psyche Origami
LPx2

$31.99

Indie Exclusive, 180-gram Vinyl

Black
Released 08/12/2022Catalogue Number

LP-FFD-012IE

Psyche Origami

The Standard

Four Finger Distro
Album artwork for Album artwork for The Standard by Psyche Origami by The Standard - Psyche Origami
Album artwork for The Standard by Psyche Origami
LPx2

$31.99

Indie Exclusive, 180-gram Vinyl

Black
Released 08/12/2022Catalogue Number

LP-FFD-012IE

The trio – MC Wyzsztyk (pronounced wiz-stick), and DJs Dainja and Synthesis – weaves a complex web of beats and lyrical breakdowns that culminate in a heady and abstract cerebral stew. The Atlanta, GA trio (popularized for their spots on Adult Swim commercials) consist of emcee Mr. Wyzard, and DJs Synthesis and Dainja. Mr. Wyzard produces all but three of the tracks and his sound can be summed up as boom bap with a bouncy twist. With well thought out conceptual rhymes, tight beats, and excellent scratches and cuts from DJs Dainja and Synthesis, Psyche Origami is proof positive that rap music from the south can be so much more than the misogynistic zombie music.