Austin Foley

Pop/Electronic Music Producer

4 Reviews
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Fresh, avant-garde takes on electronic and pop production, alongside expressive and polished mixing are among Austin's fortes. Artist and producer at Jynjo, Austin has garnered close to 6 million listeners on Spotify and 22 million views on YouTube.

No matter the genre, I'm always up for the challenge! If you want your song of any style to shine with synths, elevated soundscapes, and a polished vocal and mix from the start, I am happy to help! Projects can be as simple as a voice memo or as structured as a demo needing additional ideas, but regardless I guarantee you'll be hearing a version you can be proud of!

As Jynjo, I have been known for cultivating a unique electronic and pop crossover sound, heavily influenced by 90s and 2000s nostalgia. I produced a cover of the Pussycat Dolls "Stickwitu" and made a track with Spritely called "How do you Like it," which both have millions of streams across platforms. Recently I put out an EP with my longtime collaborator, R E L, and I've enjoyed playing multiple shows with her over the years as well!

I've been working with a variety of other talented artists throughout the years, and have been honored to have 3 of my productions featured in Spotify's "Fresh Finds" playlists! I'm always so proud of all the different people I work with, and very invested in where their projects go, just like I will be with yours!

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4 Reviews

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  1. Review by Jordana Lilly

    Austin is an absolute wizard of a producer! He can do anything - from dreamy Disney orchestrations that make you cry to gritty R&B that feels intimate and raw to catchy pop that is impossible not to dance to, I actually scream every time I get a first draft back from Austin, he's just straight up nails it every time.

    I've worked with Austin on two EP's and several singles, all ranging drastically in style, and he never disappoints. Not to mention he's an incredibly kind, humble and supportive collaborator as well. As long as music is involved, he's your guy.

  2. Review by Tom Rubio
    by Tom Rubio

    Austin Foley is an absolute magician of a producer. He has a masterful sense of how to bring out the most enchanting, yet genuine styles from each artist that he works with. In my early stages of launching my own musical project, Austin helped me develop a sound that I could never have dreamed of if it weren't for his brilliance and his understanding of my vision. With his vast knowledge of musical theory and composition, along with a colorful, whimsical style of production that is beautifully layered and nuanced, Austin elevates every artist that he works with.

  3. Review by Aaliyah Qureishi
    by Aaliyah Qureishi

    Austin is hands down one of the best producers I know. There’s a warmth and fullness to his sound that feels like a hug and yet he manages to evoke different vibes and feelings with his productions. His drums hit hard and his use of percussion and layering creates a soundscape that mirrors the emotion of the song. He is great at taking and implementing feedback.
    I had the privilege of working with him on my EP and he took my song ideas (whether they were bluesy ballads or upbeat dance numbers) and transformed them into polished pop productions.
    My deepest gratitude to him and his skills.

  4. Review by Grace Kay
    by Grace Kay

    My artist name is Grace Kay, and I am always shocked at the quality and professionalism lent to my projects that I hire Austin to work on. Not only is he a FANTASTIC creative, he is a great listener. He hears me when I tell him what I want to song to evoke and more specifically, he implements any notes or references perfectly every time. I cannot recommend working with him enough.

    It’s also worth it to note that he is versatile! I was commissioned to deliver a cover of a jazzy French song when I usually work on indie pop with Austin. He nailed the different style for that project as well.

Interview with Austin Foley

  1. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  2. A: I want to make sure I really understand the mission of the client's project, not only when it comes to the record we're working on, but beyond that as well!

  3. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  4. A: Right now I'm finishing up an album for an artist named Grace Kay, who has dedicated each track to an important female figure in her life. I'm also working on another album for my artist project, Jynjo, and working with another writer and her label to pitch demos to K-Pop groups!

  5. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  6. A: The routine! Even when I might get stuck with an idea, when I sit down a cup of coffee and open up the Ableton project file, I love the process of trying out new ideas to get the record where it needs to be.

  7. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  8. A: I love knowing the story behind a song or project, and also what the client has been listening to and is influenced by. Somewhere in all of that information lies the feeling they want to invoke, and from there it becomes a fun challenge for me to get as close to that feeling with music!

  9. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  10. A: Don't be afraid to simplify your process - I find a lot of producers who are getting started end up overwhelmed with finding their "sound" and feel like they have to do everything from scratch. Sometimes a loop or a preset can lead you to a very unique production, and as you embrace that discovery suddenly you learn a lot more about what creativity you can bring to the table.

  11. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  12. A: Absolutely NEED my Mac, my Apollo, and a pair of headphones. The other two things I'd bring would be a choice of either my Prophet 6, my mic, my acoustic guitar, or my monitors. Why can't I just bring 7 things?

  13. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  14. A: I first got into producing in high school, when my cousin from the UK first showed me how to DJ and introduced me to dubstep via his remixes he made on Logic. From there I made lots of remixes and EDM tracks throughout high school and college before realizing my biggest passion was realizing other people's visions through production. I've been producing for a little over 12 years now and haven't looked back!

How do you Like it - Jynjo

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Terms Of Service

-Upon receiving funding, expected turnaround of 3-4 weeks
For Productions/Beats:
-1st revision free
- 2nd+ revisions are $50 each

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GenresSounds Like
  • The Chainsmokers
  • Billie Eilish
  • Charlie Puth
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