Posts Tagged ‘Misun’


It is still summer. Let us end strong! 

One of my all time best friends, Paul, got married last weekend on Salt Spring Island. 

It was a wonderful night. Celebrating in the harbour of Ganges. In the fun and revelry of the night, Paul and his new bride Amy didn’t get to a first dance song. Until Shaggy’s “angel” came on! 

And one of the groomsmen, Jon, was telling me about this old Mortal Kombat song… Chinese Ninja Warrior? So weird….so great. Sub Zero WINS! 

Go with yourself.

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Listen to a pretty one from Misun


Today we’ll get started with a very pretty and romantic song from Washington D.C.’s Misun.   I’ve heard their style described as “aquawave.”    Cool description. Aaron Blum at Indie shuffle says aquawave, “offers a mix between indie pop and hip-hop with a beachy vibe.”  Neat.

Go with yourself.

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This is groovy. 60’s inspired, spaghetti westerny, modern DC soul.  The group is called Misun.

The group have a cool story that I can relate to as a veteran worker-bee of the bar circuit.

The three multifaceted band members of the DC aquawave/emo-pop band Misun (pronounced ‘me-sun’) met while working in different capacities at the Dupont Circle bar/restaurant, Science Club in 2010. At the time vocalist Misun Wojcik waitressed part-time, often sharing overlapping shifts with resident DJs William DeVon and Nacey (production). The three soon discovered a common musical bond and began writing and recording in Nacey’s bedroom studio on U Street.

Well ain’t that a pip.

Go with yourself.

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