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After a number of critically lauded albums, Michael Milosh hooked up with Robin Hannibal, half of Denmark’s Quadronto—an R&B duo—to record as Rhye. Their sultry 2013 debut, Woman, lit passions everywhere, with critics tagging Milosh’s silky, androgynous voice as a Sade for the new millennium. But longtime fans of the musician have been reduced to quivering pools of surrender since his 2004 debut, You Make Me Feel. Jet Lag confidently filters all that’s come before into a pure and flawless mix. Creating a murky, languorous atmosphere, Jet Lag moves into an R&B sea of desire and physical expression that stays just this side of the Sade line. It feels both celebratory and declarative. Knowing Milosh recently married, songs like “Don’t Call It” and “Do You Want What I Need” exude a different kind of longing (his wife’s belly provides some percussion on the latter). Here we are, the artist seems to proclaim; let’s ride it when we can and work it when needed. Moments of unabashed flame-lighting, as on “Hold Me” and “Jet Lag,” are a sensual thrill, and two of many reasons this collection could do double duty as an aphrodisiac.

Customer Reviews

Glad you found this guy!

I discovered Mike Milosh in 2012 with the Rhye single "Hungry" and for the longest time I thought it was a female voice, until I went to write a review of the band for my blog and discovered he's a dude. If you can get past that, you'll find his solo work to be electric and sensual in a way that is so much classier and professional than the top 40 stuff dominating the charts. Keep an eye on him


I have been listening to Milosh since the beginning of his career and I have been waiting for a new album since III. I am delighted to discover that he's apart of the band Rhye which I had no idea even existed until now. So, I get twice the Milosh. There are few artists that I enjoy their entire catalog, but this guy is one of them. Buy this and enjoy. If you want a recommendation listen to Meme, it's my favorite of all his albums.


True musician and artist. The writing mixed with these unbelievable woven beats combined with his soul touching voice, awesome!! Thanks Milosh for another moving and spiritual piece of art.


Born: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Milosh is an alias of Mike Milosh, a downtempo electronica singer/songwriter from Toronto affiliated with the label Plug Research. A musician for nearly his entire life, Milosh began his music career at a young age, learning cello at age three; years later, he studied drums and voice in college and played in numerous bands ranging in style from jazz to rock. He made his recording debut in 2004 with the full-length album You Make Me Feel on the Northridge, CA-based experimental electronica label Plug...
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