Disillusioned by the state of music today, a new front is rising up. Musical anarchy. They call it - CD Club.
Proof if you ever needed it that you can teach an old pop icon new tricks. Madonna returns with a fresh attack on the dancefloor. Armed with the technology, the beats and a red hot collaborator. You dancing?
It's approaching that time of year when you've got to start thinking about those little stocking fillers for the festive season. What better gift than the gift of music, here's five of my favourites from 2005.
Girls are needed and we like them hot - what's it all about... I'll give you a clue, it's all to do with video and podcasts. I'll leave it to your imagination... but read it quickly - it'll be gone soon.
Our love affair with music rolls into the 21st Century with the advent of online music shopping. It looks like the days of impressing your mates with groaning shelves of vinyl could become a thing of the past.
If you thought the extent of your musical prowess was playing chopsticks on your Gran's piano, think again. With a little know how and a half decent laptop you can be the neighborhood Tiesto.
Want to win a free iPod, better read up first.
Want to be a radio DJ?
Giving you a round-up of the two London festivals.
He couldn't wait for his fingers to grow - even at aged 3 he was playing on a toy piano.