|Birth name||Leila Arab|
|Origin||London, England / Iran|
|Website||Leila at Warp|
She has also recorded experimental and rare music under the alias Grammatix (credited as Aliel Bara) and Little Miss Specta. Most recently, Leila released the album U&I for Warp Records featuring Mt.Sims in January 2012, her latest since 2008's Blood, Looms & Blooms.
In 1993, she began working with Björk for the "Debut" and "Post" tours. In 1998 she released her debut album Like Weather on Rephlex Records which included the single Don't Fall Asleep. The album features vocal contributions from Donna Paul, Luca Santucci and Leila's sister, Roya Arab. In 2000 she released Courtesy of Choice on XL Recordings, with vocal contributions from the same singers. In 2003, she rejoined Björk for her 2003 greatest hits tour. In 2005, a collaboration between Leila and Björk from the greatest hits tour called "Nameless" (subsequently titled "Storm") appeared on the Matthew Barney film and soundtrack of Drawing Restraint 9. In 2008 she released her album Blood, Looms and Blooms on Warp Records. On this album, Leila worked with Terry Hall and Martina Topley-Bird in addition to her long term collaborators Luca Santucci and Roya Arab. In 2009 she contributed a cover of an Aphex Twin song to the Warp20 (Recreated) compilation. Her song "Underwaters" is the track on the 2011 Avios advert with the flying electrical equipment.
(EPs/Singles:) "Don't Fall Asleep", "Space Love".
(EP/Singles) "Mettle", "Deflect".
(EP/Singles) "(disappointed cloud) anyway", "welcome to your life"
- Leila Arab, British Council, 2005-10-12. Retrieved 2009-09-16
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