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It was chance that brought two musicians together, Robin from his home in
Copenhagen, and the Canadian Milosh, from his adopted city of Berlin. It was their
creative collision and new personal loves formed that turned an overflow of
inspiration into music focusing solely on beauty. But long before they became
Rhye, the duo had been on each other's minds.
"I had been listening to Milosh's work for years," Robin says, "then when it became
time to commission a remix of my work with Quadron, we decided that Milosh
would be the one to do it".
Across the world, Mike had been a fan of Quadron, and ... Read more

It was chance that brought two musicians together, Robin from his home in
Copenhagen, and the Canadian Milosh, from his adopted city of Berlin. It was their
creative collision and new personal loves formed that turned an overflow of
inspiration into music focusing solely on beauty. But long before they became
Rhye, the duo had been on each other's minds.
"I had been listening to Milosh's work for years," Robin says, "then when it became
time to commission a remix of my work with Quadron, we decided that Milosh
would be the one to do it".
Across the world, Mike had been a fan of Quadron, and was excited about the
opportunity to take the bands' songs in a new direction. Yet, when the tracks came
back, Robin had a revelation. "It didn't sound that much like a remix really, instead
it was like Mike had created layers and layers of amazing vocals and created and
idea for a new song," Robin says, "it was more of a rough idea for another song,
and that inspired me to start working on a song based on his vocals."
This small idea became the catalyst for a bigger idea. Robin reworked those tracks
and built a new song from the sonic fragments that Milosh had forged. Then when
their insanely busy schedules simmered down, Milosh left Berlin to meet Robin for
a session in his Copenhagen studio. The two hit it off instantly and connected on
their love of 60s soul music and classical soundtracks of their favorite movies.
They connected on the idea that music that could cut straight to the heart and
those pulse-raising sounds are really all that matteres. No attitudes, no gimmickry,
no egos or rockstar posturing: just pure sounds from the soul. "We both really like
emotional music, something that has that quality of getting under your skin," Robin
says. "That is Mike's quality. He's haunting, and I hear so many interments in his
voice."

Rhye's music is big and ambitious, a sound that could have been crafted in Capitol
Records studios, booming through their legendary echo chambers. But Rhye has
a secret. "We made it all in my apartment here in Los Feliz, " Robin laughs, "I hope
that doesn't take the mystique away!" On the contrary, Robin's confession only
raises more questions. Just how could they make an album with the warmth of
classical compostions and the precision of digital dance music, in an intimate Los
Angeles apartment? In that small room in his apartment, Robin has set up a tiny
studio, with just a few pieces of recording gear, some beautiful guitars, and a small
fan to keep the sweltering heat down.
"It's in here that we recorded everything, " Robin says. "We did the horns and the
drums, even though I couldn't bring up a whole set. I'd record one piece at a time,
the snare, the kick drum. And we even lugged a harp up my stairs to capture those
tracks."
"I would show up at his place early, and we basically just would go into his studio
until we were starving that night and have to stop from sheer lack of nutrition,"
Milosh remembers. "It was almost like a session where there are no breaks; we
just do."
After a month of just "doing", the Rhye sessions were done. Milosh returned back
to Berlin, eventually moving to LA to be with his love and now wife, and Robin
continued his busy schedule composing and writing in Los Angeles. But what they
channeled in those long, hot days in Los Feliz were sonic experiments energized
by their musician and emotional bonded by their undeniable chemistry.
It was with intention that Rhye set out to never star in their own music videos or
show their faces in promotional photos, again not meant as sly marketing tactics or
to be secretive, but to let the world enjoy this music that we created.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

It was chance that brought two musicians together, Robin from his home in
Copenhagen, and the Canadian Milosh, from his adopted city of Berlin. It was their
creative collision and new personal loves formed that turned an overflow of
inspiration into music focusing solely on beauty. But long before they became
Rhye, the duo had been on each other's minds.
"I had been listening to Milosh's work for years," Robin says, "then when it became
time to commission a remix of my work with Quadron, we decided that Milosh
would be the one to do it".
Across the world, Mike had been a fan of Quadron, and was excited about the
opportunity to take the bands' songs in a new direction. Yet, when the tracks came
back, Robin had a revelation. "It didn't sound that much like a remix really, instead
it was like Mike had created layers and layers of amazing vocals and created and
idea for a new song," Robin says, "it was more of a rough idea for another song,
and that inspired me to start working on a song based on his vocals."
This small idea became the catalyst for a bigger idea. Robin reworked those tracks
and built a new song from the sonic fragments that Milosh had forged. Then when
their insanely busy schedules simmered down, Milosh left Berlin to meet Robin for
a session in his Copenhagen studio. The two hit it off instantly and connected on
their love of 60s soul music and classical soundtracks of their favorite movies.
They connected on the idea that music that could cut straight to the heart and
those pulse-raising sounds are really all that matteres. No attitudes, no gimmickry,
no egos or rockstar posturing: just pure sounds from the soul. "We both really like
emotional music, something that has that quality of getting under your skin," Robin
says. "That is Mike's quality. He's haunting, and I hear so many interments in his
voice."

Rhye's music is big and ambitious, a sound that could have been crafted in Capitol
Records studios, booming through their legendary echo chambers. But Rhye has
a secret. "We made it all in my apartment here in Los Feliz, " Robin laughs, "I hope
that doesn't take the mystique away!" On the contrary, Robin's confession only
raises more questions. Just how could they make an album with the warmth of
classical compostions and the precision of digital dance music, in an intimate Los
Angeles apartment? In that small room in his apartment, Robin has set up a tiny
studio, with just a few pieces of recording gear, some beautiful guitars, and a small
fan to keep the sweltering heat down.
"It's in here that we recorded everything, " Robin says. "We did the horns and the
drums, even though I couldn't bring up a whole set. I'd record one piece at a time,
the snare, the kick drum. And we even lugged a harp up my stairs to capture those
tracks."
"I would show up at his place early, and we basically just would go into his studio
until we were starving that night and have to stop from sheer lack of nutrition,"
Milosh remembers. "It was almost like a session where there are no breaks; we
just do."
After a month of just "doing", the Rhye sessions were done. Milosh returned back
to Berlin, eventually moving to LA to be with his love and now wife, and Robin
continued his busy schedule composing and writing in Los Angeles. But what they
channeled in those long, hot days in Los Feliz were sonic experiments energized
by their musician and emotional bonded by their undeniable chemistry.
It was with intention that Rhye set out to never star in their own music videos or
show their faces in promotional photos, again not meant as sly marketing tactics or
to be secretive, but to let the world enjoy this music that we created.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

It was chance that brought two musicians together, Robin from his home in
Copenhagen, and the Canadian Milosh, from his adopted city of Berlin. It was their
creative collision and new personal loves formed that turned an overflow of
inspiration into music focusing solely on beauty. But long before they became
Rhye, the duo had been on each other's minds.
"I had been listening to Milosh's work for years," Robin says, "then when it became
time to commission a remix of my work with Quadron, we decided that Milosh
would be the one to do it".
Across the world, Mike had been a fan of Quadron, and was excited about the
opportunity to take the bands' songs in a new direction. Yet, when the tracks came
back, Robin had a revelation. "It didn't sound that much like a remix really, instead
it was like Mike had created layers and layers of amazing vocals and created and
idea for a new song," Robin says, "it was more of a rough idea for another song,
and that inspired me to start working on a song based on his vocals."
This small idea became the catalyst for a bigger idea. Robin reworked those tracks
and built a new song from the sonic fragments that Milosh had forged. Then when
their insanely busy schedules simmered down, Milosh left Berlin to meet Robin for
a session in his Copenhagen studio. The two hit it off instantly and connected on
their love of 60s soul music and classical soundtracks of their favorite movies.
They connected on the idea that music that could cut straight to the heart and
those pulse-raising sounds are really all that matteres. No attitudes, no gimmickry,
no egos or rockstar posturing: just pure sounds from the soul. "We both really like
emotional music, something that has that quality of getting under your skin," Robin
says. "That is Mike's quality. He's haunting, and I hear so many interments in his
voice."

Rhye's music is big and ambitious, a sound that could have been crafted in Capitol
Records studios, booming through their legendary echo chambers. But Rhye has
a secret. "We made it all in my apartment here in Los Feliz, " Robin laughs, "I hope
that doesn't take the mystique away!" On the contrary, Robin's confession only
raises more questions. Just how could they make an album with the warmth of
classical compostions and the precision of digital dance music, in an intimate Los
Angeles apartment? In that small room in his apartment, Robin has set up a tiny
studio, with just a few pieces of recording gear, some beautiful guitars, and a small
fan to keep the sweltering heat down.
"It's in here that we recorded everything, " Robin says. "We did the horns and the
drums, even though I couldn't bring up a whole set. I'd record one piece at a time,
the snare, the kick drum. And we even lugged a harp up my stairs to capture those
tracks."
"I would show up at his place early, and we basically just would go into his studio
until we were starving that night and have to stop from sheer lack of nutrition,"
Milosh remembers. "It was almost like a session where there are no breaks; we
just do."
After a month of just "doing", the Rhye sessions were done. Milosh returned back
to Berlin, eventually moving to LA to be with his love and now wife, and Robin
continued his busy schedule composing and writing in Los Angeles. But what they
channeled in those long, hot days in Los Feliz were sonic experiments energized
by their musician and emotional bonded by their undeniable chemistry.
It was with intention that Rhye set out to never star in their own music videos or
show their faces in promotional photos, again not meant as sly marketing tactics or
to be secretive, but to let the world enjoy this music that we created.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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