Rachael Sage’s New Video “Coloring Book” Premiered by Curve Magazine
NYC Video Release Party & Concert July 8th @ Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3
New York, NY: Curve Magazine hosts the exclusive U.S. premiere for Rachael Sage’s new video for her single “Coloring Book”. The vibrant new video features Sage’s own original paintings and highlights her passion for all things colorful, illuminating her creative process as both a musician and a visual artist from a child's playful perspective. Directed by ongoing collaborator Nick Clark and starring young Brooklyn-based actress Mikaela Oppenheimer, the video was shot in New York City with fellow NYC-based musicians Matt Nakoa and Andy Mac. Sage composed the song at 11 years old, but only recently recorded it for the deluxe reissue of her latest album, "Blue Roses". The video will also be screened immediately following Sage’s upcoming show on July 8th at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 in New York City.
K’s Choice Returns With New Full-Length Album "The Phantom Cowboy" Out September 18th on MPress Records
The Internationally Successful Duo Deliver The Most Honest, Gritty, Straight-Ahead Rock Album Of Their Career. New Single “Private Revolution” Out Now!
New York, NY: K’s Choice is back with a new full-length album, The Phantom Cowboy, out Friday, September 18 on the New York-based label MPress Records, with digital and physical distribution via Independent Label Services, which is partnered with Caroline Distribution and Universal Music Group. The Belgian brother/sister duo of Sarah and Gert Bettens deliver the most honest, gritty, straight-ahead rock album of their career, as made evident in the first single “Private Revolution,” out now on iTunes. Watch the music video for the commanding track here.
Acclaimed Singer-Songwriter Rachael Sage Releases Deluxe Reissue of Album “Blue Roses” Today
New York, NY: Award-winning NYC-based artist and MPress Records founder Rachael Sage has released a Deluxe Reissue of her latest album Blue Roses via MPress digitally on May 26th (physically on August 28th). Sage celebrates a #2 Folk Radio single with the legendary Judy Collins and a new distribution deal with Independent Label Services, which is partnered with Caroline Distribution & Universal Music Group as she hits the road for a fresh round of appearances in the UK, NYC, Boston, San Francisco and more.
Seth Glier Debuts on NPR's Mountain Stage & Kicks Off Summer Festival Season
New Album Included in USA TODAY's
New York, NY: Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Seth Glier is hitting the summer festival circuit in support of his latest album, If I Could Change One Thing (MPress). Prior to those, Glier will make his debut on NPR's Mountain Stage on June 7th, with California-based roots rockers Dawes.
After wrapping a successful headline tour with numerous sold-out shows, Glier will perform at the Kerrville Folk Festival on May 29th in Kerrville, TX alongside legendary artists like David Crosby and Emmy Lou Harris; New Bedford Folk Festival on July 4th weekend in New Bedford, MA and the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival on July 10th in Okemah, OK. If I Could Change One Thing debuted in the top 40 on the Singer Songwriter album chart on iTunes, and remains on the “Hot Tracks” list 5-weeks later at #31. American Songwriter featured Glier as a "Daily Discovery" artist on the homepage of the site. Billboard.com premiered the music video for the title track "If I Could Change One Thing" featuring American Idol's Crystal Bowersox.
MPress Records Signs K’s Choice To Multi-Album Deal And Inks Distribution Deal with ILS/Caroline
K’s Choice To Release New Album “The Phantom Cowboy” Fall 2015
New York, NY: NYC based independent record label MPress Records celebrates two milestones this Spring. Firstly the imprint is happy to announce it has expanded its roster to include alt-rockers K’s Choice. The award-winning Belgium-based band will release their new album “The Phantom Cowboy” in the States via MPress in Fall 2015. Additionally, MPress will now be distributed physically and digitally via Independent Label Services, which is partnered with Caroline Distribution & Universal Music Group. The deal not only offers the label seamless international distribution, but also access to a suite of features including marketing, publicity, licensing and more.
Billboard Premieres Seth Glier's "If I Could Change One Thing" Music Video
New Album Debuts in Top 50 on iTunes Singer Songwriter Album Chart
"Singer with an exquisite tenor echoes Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel.” – USA TODAY
New York, NY: Singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and activist Seth Glier has been consistently honing his craft over the course of his young career, leading up to the April 7th release of his latest album, If I Could Change One Thing (MPress). The album debuted in the top 50 on the Singer Songwriter album chart on iTunes and American Songwriter featured Glier as a "Daily Discovery" artist on the homepage of the site. Billboard.com premiered the music video for the title track "If I Could Change One Thing" featuring American Idol's Crystal Bowersox on April 8th.
Rachael Earns Five Nominations for the 14th Annual Independent Awards
Rachael Earns Five Nominations for the 14th Annual Independent Awards!
The Independent Music Awards (IMA) is the only international program that connects artists to new revenue opportunities & an audience of more than 1 billion music fans. Rachael has been honored with 5 nominations this year!
Adult Contemporary Album: "Blue Roses"
Cover Song: Helpless (feat. Judy Collins) - (orig. recorded by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)
Long Form Music Video: Blue Roses EPK 2014
Music Promo Poster: ALEX AND ANI Summer Concert Series - Rachael Sage & The Sequins 7.24.14 (poster by Ben Donnelly / Alex and Ani)
Artist Publicity Photography: New Destination (photos by Shervin Lainez)
Show your support for Rachael by casting your vote with IMA's Vox Pop vote!
MPress Records Hosts MPressFest SXSW 2015
9th Annual Official SXSW Day Party Friday, March 20, 12 PM – 5:30 PM @ The Soho Lounge, Austin, TX
New York, NY – MPress Records is proud to present its 9th annual official SXSW party, MPressFest, named a “Winner” by SXSW Examiner. The party takes place at The Soho Lounge in Austin, Texas on Friday, March 20th at 12:00pm and features an exceptional line-up including Rachael Sage & The Sequins, A Fragile Tomorrow, The Sea The Sea, JP Hoe, The Jason Adamo Band and The Psycho Sisters. Sponsored by Independent Music Awards, M Music & Musicians Magazine, Blurt Magazine, Planetary Group, Almighty Retail, and AudioTechnica, this event is open to the public. Entry, food, and drinks are free, but you must RSVP. The first 10 people in the door every hour will receive a free pair of earbuds from Audio-Technica. Please visit bit.ly/MPressSXSW2015 to RSVP.
"If I Could Change One Thing" From Grammy Nominated Artist Seth Glier Out April 7th
Headlining Tour and Dates with American Idol’s Crystal Bowersox
New York, NY: Singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and activist Seth Glier has been consistently honing his craft over the course of his young career, leading up to the April 7th release of his latest album, If I Could Change One Thing (MPress). Glier has hit the road in advance of If I Could Change One Thing with three dates with American Idol’s Crystal Bowersox beginning on February 2nd in Nashville, TN. He will then take his headline show on the road starting February 6th in Winston Salem, NC. Full list of tour dates are below.
Available for pre-order now!
The Wall Street Journal Premieres Duet and Video Interview With Rachael Sage and Judy Collins
"a sublime take on Neil Young’s “Helpless"...an absolutely beautiful example of how two tremendous voices can blend in perfect harmony and further proof that Sage is easily the match for any master, either past or present." - BLURT MAGAZINE
The Wall Street Journal premieres a new duet as well as a video interview featuring singer/songwriter Rachael Sage and folk icon Judy Collins sitting down in New York City's beautiful Steinway Hall to discuss their collaboration on Neil Young's "Helpless", which appears on Sage's new critically acclaimed album "Blue Roses" (MPress) and Collins' latest collection "Both Sides Now: The Very Best of Judy Collins" (Cleopatra). Shot by award-winning director Nick Clark, the interview was filmed the day before the historic Steinway Hall, founded in 1866 finally closed its doors.
Listen to the duet in the Wall Street Journal's streaming player and download it on iTunes.