Search Results for "Count Your Lucky Stars Records"

Calculator. sign to Count Your Lucky Stars, plan “This Will Come To Pass” re-release

California hardcore act Calculator. have become the most recent addition to the Count Your Lucky Stars roster.

The five-piece’s first release for their new label home will actually be a reissue of their 2013 full-length “This Will Come To Pass.” Pre-orders are available here. You can also stream/download it here. A new seven-inch is due to follow shortly thereafter. Stay tuned, boys and girls!



Dowsing announce 7 inch split with Annabel, premiere song “World’s Finest Chocolate (How Ya Doin’ Today)”

Chicago based emo/indie band Dowsing have announced plans to release a split 7-inch album with Annabel on May 27th through Count Your Lucky Stars Records.

You can check out their new song “World’s Finest Chocolate (How Ya Doin’ Today)” here and pre-order the split here.



Free Throw (Emo / Pop Punk) signs with Count Your Lucky Stars, streams EP “Lavender Town”

Nashville, TN emo / pop punk group Free Throw has signed with Count Your Lucky Stars Records. The group is currently streaming their upcoming EP “Lavender Town” which is set to be released as a 7 inch on April 29th. You can give that a listen below.

The band is currently working on their first full length which they hope to release sometime this summer.



Music Video: Dowsing – “I Don’t Even Care Anymore”

Chicago based emo/indie band Dowsing have premiered a music video for their song “I Don’t Even Care Anymore”. You can check it out below.

“I Don’t Even Care Anymore” is the title track from Dowsing’s latest album, which was released on August 13th, 2013 via Count Your Lucky Stars Records.



Album Review: Dowsing – “I Don’t Even Care Anymore”

Chicago’s Dowsing is a head-trip. The body count they leave in their wake – immense. That’s because the bodies are doped up on great music. Being hopped up on a band that carves its niche in sad jams and which prides itself on fucking amazing indie/emo/melodic rock, well, it’s not a bad thing. Not when the band’s execution, story-writing and overall, poise, has that emotional finesse that so many others lack these days. ‘I Don’t Even Care Anymore’ has a lot to offer and it’s therapy. A remedy for the soul I’d say – musical prose at its best.

Their old music’s pretty good. But they’ve improved drastically and dramatically in the areas they needed to. Erik Czaja’s lyrics and the manner he delivers them aren’t anything new, style-wise but they add credence to the band’s indie vibe and more to their emo-connection with the listeners. “Meant To Shred” has that punk effect that adds flavor and shows their dynamic. Nothing indescribable but yet, so damn sound. That’s how good they are. Progressively building to a nice little break in the acoustic “Everything Works Out” allows respite from the emotional deluge and hearty onslaught of Dowsing. They actively, or I should say proactively, gleam musically a la Sunny Day Real Estate and Cloakroom, for younger fans. They hone their craft to seek out something that’ll eke their name into your fabric.

“Ferret Feelings” and “Nothing to Give” justify their shards of emotional connection when they penetrate into your sonic range because Czaja and his team, employ simple hooks, catchy riffs and anthemic basslines, to embed themselves into the tapestry of conflicting emotions that comprise your mind. That’s how simple and effective they are. That’s how much of a mind-game this record is. Three chord tracks and melodic strumming, all to the beat of sad poetry, is what Dowsing can be chalked up as. They also bear semblance to some old Jimmy Eat World demo tracks but Dowsing’s earlier music always showed potential so fulfilling it here is no shocker. Not a single ounce of surprise at all.

The record’s despondent when it needs to be. Mention must be made of that. At the right times, what wins, is that it activates your feelings – frustration, loss, despair, dedication, inspiration and so much more. You empathize with Dowsing and as you find sympathy listening to their lyrics and calm, alternative disposition, you’ll recognize that contrary to the record’s title, you care. A lot.

3.5/5 Stars



Full Album Stream: Dowsing – “I Don’t Even Care Anymore”

Chicago emo/indie band Dowsing are streaming their new album “I Don’t Even Care Anymore,” which is competing in this week’s Cover Art Battle, in its entirety.

Click here to check it out.

“I Don’t Even Care Anymore” was released on August 13th via Count Your Lucky Stars Records.



Dowsing (emo/indie rock) stream new song “Get Weird” off upcoming album

Chicago based emo/indie band Dowsing are streaming a brand new song called “Get Weird” right here.

The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album “I Don’t Even Care Anymore” due out August 13th via Count Your Lucky Stars Records.  You can pre-order it here.



Dowsing (emo) stream title track off upcoming album “I Don’t Even Care Anymore”

Chicago based emo/indie band Dowsing are streaming a brand new song called “I Don’t Even Care Anymore ” right here.

The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album of the same name due out August 13th via Count Your Lucky Stars Records.  You can pre-order it here.



Count Your Lucky Stars Records post entire discography for free/pay what you want for this week only

As a thank you to their fans, Count Your Lucky Stars Records has just announced they will be releasing their entire discography for free/pay what you want for this week only.

You can check out their bandcamp here. Fly my pretties, FLY!



Dikembe/High Tide Hotel/Jet Set Sail/Monument stream 4-way split

Hold on to your hats, fans of that 90s style pop punk/emo – you are in for a treat! Count Your Lucky Stars just released the third installment of four way splits, this one featuring Dikimbe, High Tide Hotel, Jet Set Sail and Monument.

Listen to the streams at the bottom of the page, or on each of the band’s profiles.

Check ’em out, apparently you can preorder black vinyl of the release…if you’re into that.



Certain People I Know stream new song “King of Shots”

Certain People I Know are streaming a new song, entitled “King of Shots.” Check out the tune here, and see if you can get into a more party-ready mood than I could.

“King of Shots” can be found on the band’s upcoming, self-titled album for Count Your Lucky Stars, due July 17th.



Interview: Perfect Future discuss new album “Old Wounds”, side projects, and what’s next

Today, East Coast pop-punk/emo band Perfect Future releases their newest album, “Old Wounds: Warmth in the winter of 1914-1915”, through Count Your Lucky Stars Records.

We recently reported that the band made the new CD available to stream.

In honor of the release, the band sat down with blog Skream Your Lungs Out to discuss “Old Wounds”, as well as the writing process, guest musicians, the future, and more.

Read the entire interview here.

Perfect Future has a bunch of tour dates lined up for the month of July, so be sure to head here to view them all.



Perfect Future stream new album in full

Alter the Press! is offering a full stream of Perfect Future‘s new record Old Wounds: Warmth in the Winter of 1914-1915, which arrives on May 15th on Count Your Lucky Stars Records. Feel free to check out both the band and the album here.

Old Wounds: Warmth in the Winter of 1914-1915 is the follow-up to Perfect Future’s self-titled debut album, which came out in 2009.



Ape Up! stream album – European tour dates

Boston punks, Ape Up! are streaming their album “Kemosabe” today (4/24). You can check it out here starting at 4pm. The album is scheduled to come out on May 2nd via Count Your Lucky Stars Records and pre-orders are available here.

The band is also heading over seas in May to do some European dates with Prawn (Top Shelf Records). You can check out the dates here.



Certain People I Know sign to Count Your Lucky Stars Records

Certain People I Know from Chicago have announced that they have just signed to Count Your Lucky Stars Records. They also been in the studio recording a self-titled album that’s supposed to be released this spring.

To get to know more about Certain People I Know, head on over to their Facebook page, where you can download their music for free, but you have to click “like” first.