The Tripwires are a Seattle, Washington–based rock supergroup made up of well known local musicians Dan Peters, John Ramberg, and brothers Jim and Johnny Sangster, all of whom have been members of bands that include The Minus 5, Screaming Trees, and The Young Fresh Fellows. Brothers Jim Sangster and Johnny Sangster grew up in Seattle, Washington, but spent summers on Lopez Island, Washington, where their parents have resided since 1988.
Tripwires (formed in 2007) are a shoegaze band from Reading, England. Influenced by artists including My Bloody Valentine, Sonic Youth and The Smashing Pumpkins their debut album is due for release on Frenchkiss Records in June 2013. The band's current line-up consists of Rhys Edwards (vocals, guitar), Joe Stone (vocals, guitar, keyboard), Ben White (bass) and Sam Pilsbury (drums).
Tripwires - Uri Geller. Music written and recorded by Tripwires. Video by Zoë Vintilescu. 5 May 2015 ·. Second album, 'Watermelancholia' will be released one week today. Uri Geller (Digital Download), by Tripwires. Tripwires Uri Geller (Digital Download), released 05 May 2015.
Tripwires Watermelancholia, released 11 May 2015 1. Hunting the Shy 70s Disco 2. Perfect Time 3. Uri Geller 4. Home Video 5. Pseudo Friends 6. Zoning In & Out 7. Pale Light Green 8. Encouragement 9. Telescopic Kind of Fun 10. The Bad Vase Never Breaks Written and recorded by Tripwires over the period of 2013/2014 in London & Berlin. Produced by Ben White and Tripwires. Mastered by Pete Maher.
Profile: English rock band from Reading, whose members went on to form Ulrika Spacek.
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It's no surprise Tripwires spent the last six years refining their sound in Reading. Being from a truly sleepy commuter town has let the band develop their debut album, the aptly titled 'Spacehopper', on their own terms. Or as the longtime friends (frontman Rhys Edwards, guitarist Joe Stone, bassist Ben White and drummer Sam Pilsbury) put it, "A lot of people live here a couple years for work and then move on.