Melodically, Misun‘s “Goodbye Sasha” is something like a playground sing-along, but in this context it takes on a wild-eyed M.I.A. vibe, sounding more like a playground on uppers and psychedelic drugs—half euphoria and half panic attack. Electronic bits stab through the beat like an alarm, but (what sounds like) a lighthearted accordion keeps things playful.

If you like what you hear, check out Misun in NYC this week at CMJ.

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