Kye Kye is an indie band consisting of the siblings Olga, Timothy, and Alex Yagolnikov, along with Olga's husband Tommy. They create ethereal, ambient, electronic music. Their most recent album "Young Love" was released in 2010.


Kye Kye emerged from the former band "Paper Rings". After producing music for a few years, yet finding themselves unfulfilled, they went on a year long quest of spiritual discovery. They came out of it with a new vision for God, and the band was rebirthed as "Kye Kye." The name derives from the 22nd letter in the Greek alphabet. Chi or X (pronounced as /ˈkaɪ/ in English) is often used to abbreviate "Christ".[1] The band chose the name to emphasize the influence of Christ's teachings in their lives.[2] (Audio at 56:10 on timeline)

Kye Kye's "Young Love" album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Eric Owyoung (Future of Forestry) at his studio in Thousand Oaks, CA, and his influence is noticed all throughout this album. They toured with Future of Forestry for their 2010 and 2011 Advent Christmas tours.[3]



  1. Chi (letter). Retrieved on 2011-12-27.
  2. Kye Kye interview on KDVS Radio. Retrieved on 2011-12-27.
  3. Future of Forestry kicks off Christmas tour. Retrieved on 2011-05-17.

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