Vinyl LP pressing. It's no surprise Tripwires spent the last six years refining their widescreen rock sound in Reading, England. Not because they clearly spent their formative years watching it's world renowned music festival. More like the simple fact that being from a truly sleepy commuter town - one that's been denied city status not once but three times - has let the band develop their debut album, the aptly titled Spacehopper, on their own terms. That explains how Tripwires went from covering Slipknot - hey, we were all young once - during their lunch break to slowly but surely hovering in the stratosphere between pedal-pushing Shoegaze Pop and pressure-cooked Psych Rock. And if the nearly eight minutes of experimentation that went into 'Tinfoil Skin' are any indication, they're not done fine-tuning their tracks yet either. Not even a little bit.