Undercover Obese: The Flagship Of The New Genre Dubbed ElectroThink!


The works of Inejiro Koizumi are influenced by his childhood in Northern California as well as his personal journey with depression. Never afraid to try something outside of the mainstream, Koizumi-san immersed himself in the culture of Japan seeking relief in a society that more naturally matched his own internal workings. His works display a fusion of Japanese influences and insights from his own youthful associations with Latin gangs during his adolescence in Northern California.”

Born with the name Doctor Percival Roy, DEEProy dove further into the creative arts and chose to shorten his monicker to something that reflected the true depth of his creations. 

DEEProy (from D.P. Roy) suits him for music. The lyric and prose, however, require a different namesake. Inejiro Koizumi is what he call’s himself when putting pen to paper.

Together, the two of him have created this musical and poetic experience; the first to properly represent the nascent genre of ElectroThink. 

4 Sonnets + 3 Pieces of Music = Undercover Obese = ElectroThink.

Undercover Obese chronicles one man’s journey for reason. One night, Alphonse Ivanhoe de Bon Marché goes to sleep a healthy 148lbs. When he wakes up, he discovers he is now well over 600lbs.! So he sets out. During his sojourn for meaning, he steps on a nail; then things get weird…


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