New music releases, 9th February 2015

Here are the new and notable releases for this week, 9th February 2015:

Feed Her To The Sharks - Fortitude cover
Fortitude, Feed Her To The Sharks

Nine Lives & Forty Fives, Prima Donna
Holding All The Roses, Blackberry Smoke
Coming Up For Air, Kodaline
Mount The Air, The Unthanks
I Love You Honeybear, Father John Misty
Blackbirds, Gretchen Peters
Terraplane, Steve Earle & The Dukes
The Subways, The Subways
Heavy Love, Duke Garwood
Scorpions Revisited, Uli John Roth
Blood Fire & Love (Deluxe Edition), The Almighty
We Are Undone, Two Gallants
Soul Destruction (Deluxe Edition), The Almighty
Heavy Metal Thunder (Deluxe Reissue), Saxon
Detroit, Killer Boogie
Heavy Train, Black Whiskey
Pain Killer, Little Big Town
The Blessed Curse/After The Music, Manilla Road
Wardens Of The West Wind, Wind Rose
Poisoned Altars, Lord Dying
Indian Summer, Hellions
Metal Discharge, Destruction
Captivity & Devourment, Armageddon
Time To Panic, Nervous Impulse
We Are The Undead, Gorelust

All of the above – and many more – are available via the Skin Back Alley Music Store, powered by Amazon A-store.

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Robert Plant, Pixies and Jack White for Glastonbury 2014

Robert Plant Glastonbury 2014
Robert Plant, Pixies, Jack White, Wilko Johnson and The Black Keys are amongst a list of 87 artists who have been confirmed for this year’s Glastonbury festival.

The event takes place between 27th and 29th June, with Arcade Fire confirmed as Friday night headliners, and Kasabian newly announced as Sunday night headliners.

Glastonbury 2014 is officially sold out, but a resale of tickets that have been cancelled or refunded will take place at the end of April. Ticket and coach packages will be up for grabs on 24th April from 7pm, and general admission tickets go on sale on 27th April at 9am. General admission tickets will cost £210 plus a £5 booking fee. In order to buy a resale ticket, prospective festival-goers must have registered with a photo at the Glastonbury See Tickets website by 5pm on 21st April.

The full list of artists that have been confirmed so far is:

Arcade Fire, Special Guests, Kasabian, Dolly Parton, Jack White, Elbow, The Black Keys, Robert Plant, Lily Allen, Lana Del Rey, Skrillex, Pixies, Massive Attack, Disclosure, Paolo Nutini, Manic Street Preachers, MIA, Rudimental, Bryan Ferry, Richie Hawtin, Ed Sheeran, De La Soul, Goldfrapp, London Grammar, MGMT, Jake Bugg, Jurassic 5, Dexys, Above & Beyond, The 1975, Bonobo, Kelis, Blondie, Warpaint, The Wailers, Wilko Johnson, James Blake, Gorgon City, Metronomy, Tinariwen, Chvrches, Little Dragon, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Kodaline, Interpol, Foster the People, Mogwai, Royal Blood, John Grant, Annie Mac, Lil Louis, Daptone Super Soul Revue, John Newman, Chromeo, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Midlake, Angel Haze, Four Tet, ESG, The Sun Ra Arkestra, François Kevorkian, Parquet Courts, Sam Smith, Crystal Fighters, Nitin Sawhney, DJ Pierre, Toumani & Sidiki Diabate, Chance the Rapper, MNEK, Temples, Phosphorescent, Connan Mockasin, Public Service Broadcasting, Courtney Barnett, Gorgon City, Wolf Alice, Radiophonic Workshop, Suzanne Vega, Tune-Yards, Eats Everything, Jamie xx, Ms Dynamite, Breach, Chlöe Howl, Jagwar Ma and Danny Brown.

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