PSYCHE ORIGAMI -THE DAY AFTER THE FUCKING TWISTER, PART 2

PSYCHE ORIGAMI -THE DAY AFTER THE FUCKING TWISTER, PART 2-

Barbara Fara
MusicIncider Magazine
Editor-In-Chief

Psyche Origami is : Wyzsztyk, DJ Synthesis, DJ Dainja.

From: Atlanta, GA.
I was in the mood to try some different shit again after a fun little set by 13 Stories. Why the fuck not? I love the Music Midtown locals stage best anyway. Those guys on the local stage are the ones you can find in Creative Loafing and go see on a Saturday night. I am good friends with the guys in Katapolt. DJ music and hip hop may not be my thing all of the time, but I love the little fucking guy. In the magazine world, I am the little fucking guy. So I make it my personal business to cover the little fucking guy as much as I can. Those of us who are little fuckers have to stick together. Think of it as a fucked up protest against corporations that would ban me from saying fuck, cocksucker, motherfucker and shit on a regular basis. Think of it as a way of saying fuck you to ANYBODY that tries to tell you what to do and how to act-and then you will find the Psyche Origami in YOU.

Ah Wyzsztyk, how many people really know your name is Charles? Excuse me baby, but I have to ask. You put on a great fucking show. I love your version of The Humpty Dance. The Humpty Dance is one fucking hip hop song that has made me happy over the years, and you and your boys do it even better than fucking Digital Underground. To be honest, I never thought I would say that about anybody. There are reasons why I moved to Atlanta from Yonkers, and the UNDERSERVED Atlanta music scene is one of them. –I loved the snack cakes that Psyche Origami tossed to the crowd. I loved that fact that BOTH fucking DJ’s participated in the show. I loved the fact that Psyche Origami put on a show and it just wasn’t the same old fucking shit that everyone else does. Psyche Origami is worth the price of a ticket to anywhere they play. In my opinion, they represent Music Midtown and its diversity to the fullest extent of the law. They were an excellent choice for Music Midtown X. Catch them soon at a club near you, or you will be left wishing you didn’t choose to spend Friday night alone with your cat watching the game.

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