New Arrivals: Vol. 4 - Artists Against Youth Homelessness (2011)

New Arrivals: Vol. 4 - Artists Against Youth Homelessness (2011)

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New Arrivals: Vol. 4 is the latest in MPress Records' charity compilation series, conceived by MPress founder Rachael Sage. Culled from over 1,000 submissions, "NAV4" features a wealth of indie talent including: Grammy® nominee Dave Eggar; American Idol® contestant Caleb Hawley; cult favorite Michelle Malone; MPress artists Seth Glier & Rachael Sage; critically-acclaimed duo The Paper Raincoat; & a bonus track by Verve artist Lucy Woodward. 100% of all funds collected from the sale of this compilation benefit National Network for Youth, an organization devoted to the needs of homeless youth.

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Vol. 4 Sponsors

M Music & Musicians Magazine
SonicBids
Planetary Group
A to Z Media
Music Dish
Blurt Magazine
The Musician's Atlas
A Taste Of Triple A
Online Gigs
Terri Baker, ESQ

TRACKS

1. Caleb Hawley: Other Side Of It All
2. Seth Glier:  Lauralee
3. Michelle Citrin: Coffee
4. Light In August: Northern Lights
5. Lindsay Mac: Stop Thinking
6. The Paper Raincoat: Sympathetic Vibrations
7. Rachael Davis: Mark Of Cain
8. Micah Dalton: We Came Alive Tonight
9. Avi Wisnia: New Year
10. Josh Schicker: The Other Side
11. Michelle Malone: Miss Miss'ippi
12. Anthony Salari: Soul Shaker
13. Walter Parks: Troubadour
14. Dave Eggar: Birdcage
15. Hailey Wojcik: Luck
16. Katie Costello: Isn't It Lovely
17. Greta Gertler & The Extroverts: Veselka
18. Sarah Lentz: Jericho
19. JP Hoe: Safe And Sound
20. Rachael Sage: Big Star
BONUS TRACK
21. Lucy Woodward: He Got Away

PRESS

Something Else Reviews - Katie Costello - June 2011

New York News Connection - May  2011

Wildy's World - May 2011

Something Else Reviews - Avi Wisnia - May 2011

Something Else Reviews - Light In August - May2011

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General inquiries and Sponsorship Opportunities:
Jojo Gentry, Label Manager, MPress Records

Press

Seth Cohen, Seth Cohen PR
(212) 613-6339
seth@sethcohenpr.com

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