Luwten – Door EP Review

There’s a certain comfort that comes with delirium. You know, one of those nights where you stay up too late bullshitting, fighting the temptation to fall asleep but for no real reason. There’s something very haunting yet freeing about being left alone, half-awake with your thoughts. Luwten’s latest EP Door embodies this feeling sonically.  https://youtu.be/YSe1MYbKiYwContinue reading Luwten – Door EP Review

The Espresso: in earnest – “29”

The Espresso - a quick review of in earnest's new single "29" It's everyone's favorite sporadically recurring segment - The Espresso! We're back and revisiting the subject of a previous Espresso, in earnest. Last time I reviewed the Southend-on-Sea indie band's debut single "Put Me Under" and gave it a glowing review. This time I'll … Continue reading The Espresso: in earnest – “29”

Lila Tristram – Our Friends Pt. I EP Review

Having gone to college in the early 2010's, I have developed an acute aversion to anything that can be labelled "acoustic singer-songwriter." But quad flashbacks aside, it's nice to be reminded that the genre can actually be great. On her debut EP Our Friends Pt. I, Lila Tristram does just that. Tristram uses the EP … Continue reading Lila Tristram – Our Friends Pt. I EP Review

The Espresso – a quick review of In Earnest’s debut single “Put Me Under”

One thing that I've really enjoyed about operating Burnt Coffee HQ is the amount of stellar debuts we've seen come across the desks of our caffeinated enterprise. If it weren't for this site, I may have missed out on several great new bands. The latest comes in the form of a debut single from In … Continue reading The Espresso – a quick review of In Earnest’s debut single “Put Me Under”