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A Fragile Tomorrow Wins Best Cover Song At The Independent Music Awards

'One Way Ticket' Recorded w/Joan Baez, Indigo Girls

 A Fragile Tomorrow took home the ‘Best Cover Song’  award at the 15th annual Independent Music Awards  on Saturday, November 12.

 The Charleston, SC natives’ version of the song ‘One  Way Ticket’ was recorded with the legendary folkstress  Joan Baez, along with Indigo Girls’ Amy Ray and Emily  Saliers on mandolin and banjo.

 “I’m always reminded how refreshing it is to be around  AFT,” Emily Sailer told Consequence of Sound.“These    guys love the true beauty of music, and it shines  through in projects like this community rendition of  ‘One Way Ticket.'” Amy Ray concluded that “…‘One  Way Ticket’ was a cross-generational psychedelic  experience with [a] band that I look to for inspiration  and evolution.”

Baez agreed, adding “Recording this song with A Fragile Tomorrow was a delightful way to honor and carry on Richard and Mimi’s musical legacy.”

The song appears as a bonus track on A Fragile Tomorrow’s critically acclaimed 2015 album, Make Me Over, a bold exploration into the realms of layered, sophisticated, hauntingly gorgeous power-pop.

Read the full press release HERE

GET IT ON iTUNES  |  A Fragile Tomorrow | Make Me Over


Rachael Sage and A Fragile Tomorrow Snag Grammy Pre-Nominations

MPress Records is thrilled to have two artists pre-nominated for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Presented by The Recording Academy, these prestigious awards honor excellence in the recording arts and sciences. Winners will be announced during the television/radio broadcast on February 12, 2017.

Rachael Sage has been pre-nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best American Roots Performance, Best Arrangement Instruments and Vocals, Best Engineered Album, Producer of the Year and Best Music Video for “I Don’t Believe It” .

For further details, please see the official press release announcing Rachael's nominations.

MPress’ newest band, A Fragile Tomorrow, has been pre-nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Engineered Album.

Read more about A Fragile Tomorrow's Grammy nods in the Charleston City Paper.


MPress Records’ Artists Receive IMA Nominations

 MPress Records is honored to announce that several    artists on our label roster have been nominated in this  year's Independent Music Awards, which recognizes  outstanding achievement in the world of independent  music.

 Rachael Sage, Seth Glier and A Fragile Tomorrow have  all received IMA nominations!

 Winners will be announced during the Independent  Music Awards Gala on Saturday, November 12, 2016 in  New York City at the prestigious Lincoln Center for the  Performing Arts. Artist nominations below:

Rachael Sage:
Album Art (Choreographic); Artist Publicity Photo (Bill Bernstein); Long Form Music Video (Choreographic EPK)

Seth Glier:
Best Pop Album (If I Could Change One Thing)

A Fragile Tomorrow:
Best Cover Song (One Way Ticket Feat. Joan Baez)


Rachael Sage Releases Animated Lyric Video For "Loreena"

Award-winning recording artist Rachael Sage is proud to debut this moving lyric video for her song "Loreena". The animated film was crafted by Honolulu based visual artist Dan Paul Roberts and his protégé, Jazmine Uyehara. This is the first lyric video from Sage's new album, Choreographic, which was released May 20th. The audio for "Loreena" originally premiered on Curve Magazine.

Inspired by the dance theme of Sage's new album, video creators Dan Paul and Jazmine pieced together a storyline drawn from the lyrics of the song. After that, Dan Paul worked on the storyboards while Jazmine oversaw character design and thematic development. The both created the finished illustrations.

Watch the video here

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MPress Records Releases "Songs For Orlando"

Featuring New Music From Rachael Sage, Seth Glier & A Fragile Tomorrow

In the wake of the tragic events in Orlando this past June, independent record label MPress Records' artists Rachael Sage, Seth Glier and A Fragile Tomorrow wanted to do something to help the families of the victims and the LGBT community. The New York-based label has organized a special fundraising EP "Songs For Orlando", featuring three new tracks: "Disarm Distrust" by Rachael Sage, "Before the Fire Fades" by Seth Glier and "49 Pulses" by A Fragile Tomorrow. The album is available now via Noisetrade for a pay-what-you-want donation. 100% of the tips will benefit The GLBT Community Center of Central Florida & OneOrlando.

For more info click here.

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Rachael Sage Breaks Into The Top 10 at #6 on AC Radio Chart!

Rachael's single "Try Try Try" has made an impressive climb up to #6 on the FMQB Adult Contemporary chart. She shares a spot in the top 10 with heavy-hitters Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Adele, P!nk and Justin Timberlake!

Listen to "Try Try Try"!


Cashout "Scam.Sin.Fear" Available Now!

We are thrilled to share our newest addition to the MPress Family! New punk-rock collaboration Cashout featuring Sean and Brendan Kelly from A Fragile Tomorrow and Matt Megrue. Their EP "Scam.Sin.Fear" is available now on iTunes.

Buy it now!

Check out the lyric video for their first single "Donnie Chump"


MPress Records Presents: Rachael Sage & Friends - A Benefit For Orlando

New York, NY: In the wake of the tragic events in Orlando this past June, independent record label MPress Records and flagship artist Rachael Sage wanted to do something to help the families of the victims and the LGBT community. The New York-based label has organized a special fundraising event: Rachael Sage & Friends – A Benefit For Orlando, to benefit The GLBT Community Center of Central Florida. The event will take place at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 (185 Orchard Street) on Tuesday, August 2nd at 8:15pm. Sage will be joined by special guests Grammy® nominee Seth Glier, along with Brooklyn-based artist Matt Nakoa & Michelle Citrin.

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Rachael Sage Hits #11 on Top 40 Radio Chart!

Rachael's first single "Try Try Try" was serviced to AC (Adult Contemporary) radio in April and has had a steady climb up the chart through the month of May clocking in at #50, then #35. In June, we saw a huge jump to #11, alongside P!nk, Rachel Platten, Justin Timberlake & Ellie Goulding (up 86 positions from #97 in its debut week). The album is also spinning on over 130+ Triple A & College Stations all over the U.S. & Canada!


Rachael Sage Releases Official Video For "I Don't Believe It"

PopMatters just premiered the video for Rachael's inspiring single "I Don't Believe It." Featuring up-and-coming dancer Kaci King, the video explores themes of empowerment and self-confidence through a variety of styles of dance including ballet and tap.

"An uplifting and powerful piece of music...picks you up, dusts you off and tells you that the bullies were wrong and aims to show one how much self-worth they have and how much they have to offer the world." - PopMatters

Click here to watch.