a modern form of r&b-inspired sophisti-pop, mike milosh's soft, yearning voice makes for an ideal match with robin braun's tasteful, organic/synthetic hybrid sound.
inspired by a love of classic beauty & striking a delicate balance between refined decadence & subtle elegance, 'woman' is a memorable & rewarding debut. canadian milosh's rich, high vocals are incredibly smooth, pouring through the mix with ease no matter what style the danish producer decides to masterfully recreate in his distinctive way. 'the fall' mixes jazzy, piano house motifs with natural sounding string arrangements, 'last dance' carries the torch for soulful '80s electro-funk, 'one of those summer days' is a dream-like ballad with sultry & emotive wails of saxophone while 'hunger' recalls mellow, prince-styled pop. “a dreamy serenade of chamber pop & morning-after house…an attempt to merge the influences of beethoven & autechre” - mojo.