Psy may refer to:

  • Psy (entertainer), South Korean rapper best known for his single "Gangnam Style"
  • Psy, a rapper from the Oddities, and The Nope
  • Psychedelic trance or simply psy, a form of electronic music
  • Psy (film), a 1992 film directed by Wladyslaw Pasikowski
  • Simon "Psy" Kaina, a character in the manga and anime Heroman
  • ISO 639-3 code for the Piscataway language, an extinct Native American language

Other articles related to "psy":

Conor J Curran - Discography - CjC - Compilations
... Y9 PSY033 (2009) By the new time SIDO 10 Psychokinesis PSY 003 Psychonavigation PSY 001 ...
... Psy・S (often written as "Psy-S" or "Psy S" in English due to the lack of the Japanese dot "・" on most western keyboards) was a popular Japanese progressive pop/rock band, formed in 1983 by Masaya ... The musical style of Psy・S was an experimental mixture of electronic synthesizers, highly accomplished electric guitar riffs, and haunting, piercing vocals ... Psy・S is perhaps best known in the West for their significant role in the soundtrack of the cult anime title To-Y (adapted from Atsushi Kamijo's popular 1980s manga) ...
Psychonavigation Records - Releases
... PSY 042 - OBSIL 'Vicino' PSY 040 - MASCHINE 'Maschine' PSY 039 - ENRICO CONIGLIO 'Salicornie Topofonie Vol. 2' PSY 038 - GEL-SOL 'K8ema' PSY 037 - ANODYNE 'The Remixes EP' PSY 036 - ANTONIO TRINCHERA 'Voce Falena' PSY 035 - ANODYNE 'Corrosion' PSY 034. 1' PSY 028 - ROGER DOYLE 'Cool Steel Army' PSY 027 - R.S.A.G ...
Psy-S - History
... However, this became the basis of what would become Psy・S ... Psy・S debuted in 1985 by releasing their first Psy・S album, Different View, with Sony Music ... Psy・S' activity and popularity continued through the late 80s to mid 90s, where their music was used on TV shows ("Mamatte kirei!?" – 1991), anime (To-y – 1987, and City Hunter – 1988), and movies ...