Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to The Flashpot Moments. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify I really liked his music.
The sound proposed by this artist immediately convinced me.
A solid and direct rock but at the same time also refined that manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second with continuous rhythmic and melodic variations.
We are certainly dealing with a great musician and songwriter. The compositional style is undoubtedly original and the maniacal attention to every little detail makes the difference.
Honestly, I have not found flaws in this album all the songs follow a coherent thread that manages to bring you into the musical universe of this talented artist.
A musical style that has obvious influences from the past but which manages to be modern at the same time.
The Flashpot Moments is a beautiful musical project that I can recommend to everyone for the quality of the music that he composes.
Very Far is The Flashpot Moments’ Album Out Now!
Epic and Refined!
The Flashpot Moments is a long-simmering, indie rock studio project of Bostonbased singer / songwriter / guitarist Tim Cawley. His music has been played on over 60 independent radio stations and featured in
100-plus network and cable TV shows, including one of those “Real Housewives” spinoffs, which Tim’s mother found massively impressive.
Listeners from around the world have streamed his music over 100,000 times on Spotify. The anthemic new full-length album, releasing March 8th on all streaming platforms, is titled “Very Far.” Produced and mixed in Boston, Portland (Oregon), Los Angeles, Nashville, Phoenix and New Jersey, the album features musicians, producers and engineers who’ve worked with the likes of Aimee Mann, The Cult, Offspring, The Dandy Warhols, Iggy Pop, David Byrne, Garth Brooks, They Might Be Giants, Mountain Goats, Letters To Cleo, Tanya Donnelly and more. As for the “Flashpot Moments” moniker: You know when you’re at a concert, and there’s an over-the-top moment – a soaring vocal, shift in dynamics, dramatic key change, crescendo into the final chorus – and the fireworks go off? Those pyro cannons are called “flashpots.