Among the many tasks to emerge from the groundbreaking attempts of drone-rock avatars Spacemen 3, the Darkside was led by Pete Bain (a.k.a. Pete Bassman), who experienced remaining the Spacemen ahead of their 1989 LP Using Fire. Upon time for his hometown of Rugby, Britain, Bain experienced vocalist Nick Hayden, who asked him to become listed on the Darkside; quickly the revitalized group was carrying out locally and trimming demos, but after putting your signature on a record offer their drummer exited, to become changed another Spacemen 3 alum, Stewart “Rosco” Roswell, for his or her 1990 debut solitary “Highrise Like.” Then, amid a English tour, Hayden abruptly remaining the Darkside, forcing Bain to presume vocal duties; it had been a line-up of Bain, Roswell and guitarist Kevin Cowan which documented the group’s 1990 LP EVERYTHING Noise. Carrying on their consistant state of flux, Roswell announced he was rejecting the drums and only keyboards, heralding the introduction of fresh percussionist Craig Wagstaff for the 1991 limited-edition live LP Psychedelicise Suburbia. When Cowan stop after documenting 1992’s Melomania, Roswell required over guitar tasks as well as the Darkside documented another EP, Mayhem to Meditate; after demos for any third LP had been cut but declined from the label, the group finally disbanded.