Mike Milosh, known professionally as Milosh, is a Canadian producer, vocalist, songwriter, musician and classically trained cellist respected for his ability to combine live instrumentation with unique electronic production and his own signature vocal tone to create introspective, intimate, and romantic musical landscapes that defy the easy categorization of traditional pop, electronic and R&B music. Milosh released his debut album You Make Me Feel in 2004. The album’s unique mix of tender singer/songwriter music and intricate, downtempo electronic production garnered plenty of positive commentary. 2006’s Meme built on the acclaim of it’s predecessor and was followed by his third record iii in 2008. 2014 saw the release of a fourth album, Jetlag, on Milosh’s own Deadly label. Milosh is also widely known for his work as vocalist, producer and creative force (alongside Robin Hannibal) of Rhye. Rhye’s 2013 album Woman, preceded by the songs “Open” and “The Fall” and the sensual, mysterious visuals that accompanied them, creating much curiosity with many questioning the identities of those behind the music and giving the project immediate momentum and following. After touring around the world as Rhye for the last two years, Milosh is now working on new music.