- 30 May 18
Mike Milosh couldn’t be happier about returning to DUBLIN WITH his R&B project Rhye. He talks touring, recording, and artistic freedom with Peter McGoran.
Conceived by Canadian singer Mike Milosh and Dutch producer Robin Hannibal back in 2011, Rhye emerged as an alternative-R&B force of nature when they dropped their debut album Woman in 2013.
Both Mike and Robin went their separate ways in the years that followed, but Mike has continued to make music under the Rhye moniker with various musicians. However, it took until last February for him to release a follow-up album that he could be truly content with.
“I wanted to be happy with it for myself,” he admits, speaking down the line from across the Atlantic. “That’s the real reason that it took me as long as it did. I’d been working on it for two years – sort of on-off because I’d been doing a lot of touring. But there was a moment when I was doing the last song on the album, ‘Song For You’, where I had a kind of epiphany; I realised, okay, it’s finished now.