1. As the androgynous vocal half of Rhye, Milosh keeps himself enshrouded in mystery. But his new solo album is more revealing, forthcoming, sexy and domestic.
Stream Jet Lag from NPR’s First Listen. 

    As the androgynous vocal half of RhyeMilosh keeps himself enshrouded in mystery. But his new solo album is more revealing, forthcoming, sexy and domestic.

    Stream Jet Lag from NPR’s First Listen

  2. Rhye, known for being visually enigmatic in the media, requested that its New York City performance be filmed entirely in silhouette. Watch the soulful band in a set from Le Poisson Rouge.

  3. The members of Rhye wouldn’t allow KCRW to film their faces during the duo’s visit to Morning Becomes Eclectic. But when you’re dealing with a song like “Open,” visuals hardly matter.

  4. Personally, I don’t view myself as sounding like a woman. I think I just have a soft quality to my voice, and then people immediately associate that with something extremely feminine.

    — Mike Milosh, the voice behind Rhye's sensual songs and one-half of what has now been revealed as an all-male duo. Rhye will release its fantastic debut album, Woman, this week. Hear more of the interview on NPR’s All Things Considered.

  5. Sultry and sweet, Rhye’s “Open” is like a heartfelt love letter tucked tenderly into a makeout mix.
Hear “Open” now.

    Sultry and sweet, Rhye’s “Open” is like a heartfelt love letter tucked tenderly into a makeout mix.

    Hear “Open” now.