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AILE

AILE

AILE


There are at least three artists who share this name: 1) A Japanese "Visual Kei" band (AILE) (アイル) 2) A Japanese hip-hop artist (aile) 3) A Korean pop-rock band (엘) 1) AILE (アイル) is a visual kei indies band that got their start in 2001. Sometimes classified as oshare kei, their sound is a mix of bright pop melodies and hard rock. Through several member changes, disbandments, and reformations, their music has maintained a catchy upbeat sound. (JaME) Read more on Last.fm
There are at least three artists who share this name: 1) A Japanese "Visual Kei" band (AILE) (アイル) 2) A Japanese hip-hop artist (aile) 3) A Korean pop-rock band (엘) 1) AILE (アイル) is a visual kei indies band that got their start in 2001. Sometimes classified as oshare kei, their sound is a mix of bright pop melodies and hard rock. Through several member changes, disbandments, and reformations, their music has maintained a catchy upbeat sound. (JaME) After the band's first dissolution in 2004, vocalist Akito started Couple d'Ange with Tsuyoshi, Kohsuke and Yue, but soon revived AILE (formerly known as Aile) with the said three members.

Support member Sai joined after few months. Both Yue (now part of Berry Bell) and Sai left the band in 2006, and AILE went on an indefinite break. In early 2007 they returned with Moe and A~ya (ex. Death★Rabbits), only to suffer another loss - A~ya left after only a few months. This left AILE at their final line-up, and they chose to disband in May 2008. Members: Akito - Vocal 萌 (Moe) - Guitar Tsuyoshi - Bass Kohsuke - Drums Ex members: あーや (A~ya) - Guitar 優恵 (Yue) - Guitar 彩 (Sai) - Bass Yukkiy - Bass Takumi - Drums Hiro - Guitar Fumi - Bass 2) aile (all lower-case since "if you sqeeze(sic.) the letters together, they look like a butterfly") is a Japanese female artist formerly under the BMG Funhouse label.

She released two albums and three singles from 2002 to 2003. In the autumn of 2004, following a collaboration single with B-FRESH and Little she decided to leave for America in spite of recording contract offers. She lived in New York City from 2004 to 2005 before leaving for Los Angeles and joining the jazz-pop group APB as the lead vocalist. In March 2008, APB won the Best Live Performance Award in the DIG UP ARTIST USA contest sponsored by Hori-Pro Entertainment USA.

aile is "constantly aiming to improve [her] music and vocal skills". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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