From his effortless voice to his signature fedora look, Mikhael Paskalev is charming.
While the Norwegian-Bulgarian singer-songwriter is best known for his viral video hit "I Spy," Paskalev's performance at the Isthmus office last week proved that he can captivate with merely a guitar in hand.
Along with two other songs, Paskalev played "Susie," a fast, fingerpicking tune from his North American debut EP, Sayonara Saigon.
And though "Susie" is an unadorned song about pushing past a former lover, Paskalev's solo rendition is -- unsurprisingly -- quite charming.
Produced by Isthmus, this video was directed and edited by Justin Sprecher, with additional camerawork by James Kraus and audio by Manny Figueroa.