Avery studied extensively with experimental music titans Anthony Braxton
and Alvin Lucier
before he found himself in front of his first synthesizer. It was here, in a tangle of programmed beats and found samples, that Myles discovered his true colors.
Avery built out his home studio in New York, and worked his way from collaborations with dance companies to production credits with indie-darlings Overcoats
, Stevie Wolf
, & FLORIO
. He landed a weekly residency on Stewart Avenue Radio, and released “Wind Chimes,” a standout on their debut release as a label.
The recipient of multiple commissions, Avery most recently composed and sound designed Transmission - a distributed, augmented-reality performance & installation at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017. In 2016, Avery closely collaborated with The People Movers on their productions of both Unraveling - a short film - and cl!ck - an interactive performance installation.