Avery Fos is an ambient alternative music duo, writing and performing music that tugs at your heartstrings.
Singer-songwriter Phoebe Tsen and producer Elisha Tiga came together in 2017 as a musical duo after being making music individually for more than 5 years. Influenced by the likes of M83, Wet and Tycho, Avery Fos crafts mellow, ambient, music with lush atmospheric sounds and vocal performance, forming an alternative ambient pop vibe, perfect for night drives and film soundtracks.
Here on SoundBetter, we provide a one-stop shop for all things from songwriting to music production. As a duo, we specialise in ambient atmospheric music. However, we have each worked on projects of other sounds such as folk/acoustic, R&B, pop and electronic.
Services we are ready to offer:
1. Full song
2. Chorus Vocal Hook
3. We can provide lyrics, topline melody and chords to partially written songs too
1. Full Production
3. Instrumental Tracks
1. Lead vocals, lightly mixed (uncredited)
2. Featured vocal releases credited under Phoebe Tsen
3. Backing vocals, layers and adlibs (Fluent in English, Chinese and Malay)
1. Electric Guitar
* Credited under Elisha Tiga
Thank You for viewing our page and we look forward to making music together!
Contact me through the green button above and lets get to work.
2 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Avery Fos
Phoebe's lovely vocals added sparkle and that creativity edge that the song needed to get to the next level!
What can I say. I literally stumbled on to the Avery Fos team by chance. Elisha took my raw, intimate song and transformed into something amazing. Phoebe rounded the song out by providing beautiful background vocals and second verse. I will definitely work with them again. They are not just good musicians. They made the extra effort to connect to the song's emotional intent (and mine) Stoked!
Interview with Avery Fos
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: That it's easy, glamorous and all fun and games. What most people don't see are the countless hours put into perfecting a song.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Find someone that understands your vision and is able to add new elements to your project.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Learn to maximise what you have and work around limits. There are times where resources can be abundant and making music in that situation is like an endless playground. However, being able to make the best of what you have when resources are limited is truly challenging, yet immensely rewarding. It also prevents you from relying on gear and equipments way too much.