Music in anime pt 3

SPYAIR

Spyair is a Japanese alternative rock band from Nagoya, formed in 2005. The band was formed in 2005 and self-produced many songs up until 2009 when they signed with the Indie label U-Project. With U-Project, they first released Japanication and Kanjou Discord. Then they signed to a major record deal with Sony Music in 2010.
Their major debut single, Liar, was released on August 11, 2010, the song was used as the theme song for the television drama Hammer session!. It was then followed by Last Moment, which was used as the 25th ending for the TV anime series Bleach.

On June 8, 2011, Spyair released their fourth single, Samurai Heart, which was used as the 17th ending theme to the Gintama anime series.
In 2012, My World-was used as the second ending for Mobile Suit Gundam AGE. The song 0 Game was used as an official soundtrack for the 2012 film The Amazing Spider-Man. Also for Gintama, they have made another song named Genjyou Destruction. Their song Just One Life is the opening song of the new 2013 anime Samurai Flamenco.

MEMBERS
IKE (vocals)
UZ (guitar/programming)
MOMIKEN (bass)
KENTA (drums)
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THE SKETCHBOOK

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The Sketchbook (ザ・スケッチブック) is a japanese rock band which was created through The Sketchbook Project and is named for the band formed by the Sket Dan during the Kaimei Rock Festival inside the anime Sket Dance. The band has been active since the formal announcement of their formation in July 2011, and have performed the vast majority of opening/ending themes for the Sket Dance anime. They are affiliated with avex entertainment.

S-support
K- kindness
E- encouragement
T- troubleshoot

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