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.