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Birth name Michael Milosh
Origin Toronto, Ontario
Genres Electronic
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, singer, producer
Labels Plug Research, Studio !K7
Associated acts Paul Pfisterer, Zoë Keating, Rhye

Mike Milosh, known professionally as Milosh, is a Canadian electronic musician from Toronto, Ontario, who is currently based in Los Angeles, California.[1] He was married to actress Alexa Nikolas.[2]


Milosh started learning classical cello at age three,[3] took up drumming, and studied jazz and vocals at university.[4]

The Los Angeles-based record label Plug Research released two of Milosh's albums including 2004's You Make Me Feel and 2006's Meme. In 2008, he contributed the track "Then It Happened" on the Ghostly International/Williams Street album Ghostly Swim, which was released as a free digital download. Later that year he released his third record, iii, with Plug Research in the U.S. and Studio !K7 in the EU. In 2009 he collaborated with Paul Pfisterer on album New Territory. He formed the band Rhye, with Robin Hannibal, and they released the debut album, Woman in March 2013. He released his 4th solo record, Jetlag, in November 2013 on his own label, Deadly. In July 2017 Rhye released a single entitled 'Please', and - through social media - promised the release of a second album later that year.

To quote "Milosh":

I try to capture moments of my life in the songs that I create. I take things that, for whatever reason -- be it good, bad or sad, have moved me in some way. I wrap them up in sounds that I think are cool and fit what I am trying to say. I try to ride that thin line of mixing technology with some heart and I try not to cloud the original intention of the song. Basically I like pretty things and in turn I am trying to make pretty things.[5]


Solo studio albums[edit]

You Make Me Feel (Plug Research: May 18, 2004)
No. Title Length
1. "You Make Me Feel" 4:43
2. "Your Taste" 3:23
3. "Simple People" 4:15
4. "Push" 3:18
5. "Creepy" 3:50
6. "Something Good" 3:02
7. "The Sky Is Grey" 5:41
8. "Your Voice" 3:25
9. "Do You Like Me" 3:14
10. "Time Steals the Day" 3:41
11. "Frozen Pieces" 4:20
Meme (Plug Research:February 28, 2006)
No. Title Length
1. "It's Over" 5:04
2. "Falling Away" 4:09
3. "Couldn't Sleep" 4:11
4. "You Fill Me" 4:53
5. "Instrumental" 3:59
6. "I'm Trying" 5:41
7. "The City" 4:14
8. "My Life" 4:14
9. "This Way" 3:38
10. "Run Away" 5:36
11. "Playing With Yen" 4:15
12. "In Your Arms" (iTunes bonus track) 5:21
iii (Studio !K7: August 25, 2008; Plug Research: September 23, 2008)
No. Title Length
1. "Awful Game" 4:30
2. "Another Day" 4:02
3. "Gentle Samui" 5:00
4. "Remember the Good Things" 5:56
5. "Warm Waters" 2:41
6. "Hold My Breath" 5:09
7. "Wrapped Round My Ways" 5:08
8. "Leaving Samui" 3:18
9. "World" 6:51
10. "Below" (bonus track) 6:10


Collaboration with Bonobo- Sang lyrics on "Break Apart", the second track featured on Bonobo's 6th album, Migration, released in 2017.

Compilation appearances[edit]

  • Ghostly Swim (2008): "Then It Happened"


  1. ^ Mistry, Anupa. "Milosh Furthers the Ominously Erotic Soft-Soul Revolution on 'Jetlag'". Spin. Retrieved 23 October 2015. 
  2. ^ DeVille, Chris. "Q&A: Mike Milosh Talks Jetlag, Rhye, Love, Travel, And His Future Creative Endeavors". Stereogum. Retrieved 23 October 2015. 
  3. ^ "ALBUM REVIEW: Milosh – Jetlag". Retrieved 23 October 2015. 
  4. ^ "drinking with mike milosh of rhye". Retrieved 23 October 2015. 
  5. ^ "Milosh". Archived from the original on 1 March 2016. Retrieved 23 October 2015. 

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