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Sonic Increase was the alias of Pete Kember, most widely known because the singer-guitarist within the renowned hypno-drone device Spacemen 3. A indigenous of Rugby, Britain, while attending artwork university Kember teamed with Jason Pierce to create Spacemen 3, documenting a demonstration tape in 1986; after putting your signature on to Glass Information, the group documented their debut LP Audio of Confusion, that Kember followed the name Peter Gunn. By enough time of the follow-up EP Walkin’ with Jesus, he previously rechristened himself Sonic Increase, keeping the pseudonym throughout his profession. In 1990 he released his lone single LP, Spectrum; following the 1991 swan tune Continuing, Sonic recycled the Range title because the name of his brand-new music group, which debuted using the LP Spirit Kiss (Glide Divine). Sonic Increase was also the generating power behind the Experimental Sound Research study, a loose settings of musicians including My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields.

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Full Name Sonic boom
Music Groups Spacemen 3, EAR
Albums The Perfect Prescription, For All the Fucked Up Children, Taking Drugs to Make Music to Take Drugs To, Sound of Confusion, Dreamweapon: An Evening of Contemporary Sitar Music, Forged Prescriptions, Performance, Transparent Radiation, Soul Kiss (Glide Divine), Translucent Flashbacks – The Singles, Boom's Tunes, The Message, Spectrum
Nominations Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Animated Show

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