Entries in Milosh (3)


Rhye presents 'Please'


Back for the first time in four years, the exceptionally talented and awesome duo known as Rhye are back with new music. 'Please' is the beginning of the next glorious chapter from a group known for creating wonderful, relaxed, intense, innovative and impossible not to love music. 


It's been four years since their amazing album 'Woman', and here's what frontman Milosh has to say about the upcoming tour:


“Because we play live so much, we’ve built this show that’s somewhat different from Woman. It’s a little more psychedelic. I wanted to bring that to the second record. I really wanted to incorporate much more soulful and earthy colours. It had to be all live percussion and piano. The human intimacy had to come through the actual instrumentation on this record.  ‘Please’ is the stepping stone to where we’re headed.”



July 8 – Brugge, Belgium – Cactus Festival

July 9 – Montreaux, Switzerland – Montreaux Jazz Festival

July 11 – Milan, Italy – Magnolia 

July 14 – Pori, Finland – Pori Jazz Festival 

July 15 – Salacgriva, Latvia – Positivus Festival 

July 26 – Taipei City, Taiwan – Legacy Nightclub

July 28 – Niigata, Japan, –Fuji Rock Festival

July 30 – South Korea – Handside River Park


Milosh 'Jetlag' remixes

Drawing from the unmentionably beautiful 'Jetlag' album by Milosh are two magnificent remixes.  Clark takes on 'Do You Want What I Need' and does so beautifully, adding a dark element to the delicacy of the original.  the legendary Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest) lends his remix of 'Stakes Ain't High', an ominous and unexpected journey away from the feel of the original.  This collection caught us off guard, and shows a highly creative take on Milosh' music from two incredible artists.


Explore the Multi-Dimensional World of 'Jetlag' with Milosh


Toronto artist Milosh is bringing a one of a kind event to the heart of downtown Toronto.  Moniker Gallery will play host to to all aspects of Milosh's art. 'Jetlag' is the title of the latest Milosh album, a collaboration with his wife Alexa Nikolas.  Along with the intimate music there is a collection of photography to the multidimensional project. 

'Jetlag' (the album) plays almost like a dream from beginning to end.  There's peace, and a sense of joy that will come from listening to the delicate melodies.  But you won't be able to remember it just right once it's over.  The sounds reminiscent of both jazz and electronic music feel right at home as soon as you press play and let this album take control.  Field recordings from around the world and in their home make for the possibility of discovering new things with every listen. 

The chance to see another dimension in the world of 'Jetlag' is yours, with the show opening in Toronto on April 17th 7-10 pm.  RSVP for the show, a listening party and dj set.  The photos will be on display until April 25th. 



Moniker Gallery

452 Richmond St. W

Toronto, ON Canada

M5V 1Y1

Tel: 647- 699 - 8803