Aidan Lavelle is a London based composer and producer who has had a prolific career in music, most notably writing and producing for the British collective UNKLE. He has worked with artists such as; Gorillaz, Ian Brown, Queens Of The Stone Age, Massive Attack, Ian Astbury, Autolux, Black Mountain and The Big Pink. Spending the past six years composing and producing for UNKLE, Aidan managed to carve out a specific direction into film scoring.Aidan was exposed to music at an early age being brought up in a very musical background. He chose to take his musical interest seriously, commencing with the College of Music in Leeds and later completing a degree in music at Westminster University in London.Aidan joined brother James and Pablo Clements in a revamped UNKLE in 2005. The new crew worked remixes for dance acts and bands including; Layo & Bushwacka, Black Mountain and Massive Attack while James finished off the album War Stories with former UNKLE band mate Richard File.Film scores soon followed beginning with Odyssey In Rome, a documentary about director Abel Ferrera, the score of which became the genesis of the album End Titles. End Titles Redux and More Stories would follow shortly thereafter.Aidan Also go the opportunity to work with big brands, writing the music for advertising campaigns for companies such as BMW, Zurich Insurance, Chivas Whiskey, Johnnie Walker, Jagermeister, Childline and Amnesty International.As composing for film became more of a priority, Aidan began to limit his involvement with UNKLE culminating with the release of Where Did The Night Fall.Other noted work includes a variation on the X-Files theme for the 2008 film X-Files: I Want To Believe and the theme for the Euro 2008 football competition for the BBC which won an award at the Royal Television Society Kraft & Design Awards 2008 for best titles. More recently Aidan's composition for the NSPCC made the Advertising Producers Association’s top 50 commercials list of 2012.Aidan has written original score for features Lives of the Artists II: Follow Me Down, Cherry Tree Lane, An Odyssey In Rome and The Caller for Sony Pictures.Aidan re-launched his solo dance music career in 2012 with the release of 2 EP's for Crosstown Rebels imprint Rebellion. Remixes and more releases are to follow.With the end of 2012 bringing a host of high profile DJ performances including London Warehouse Events Rebellion Rave and Crosstown Rebels Manchester Warehouse Project 2013 looks like a year worth keeping an eye out for Aidan.