Still the Queen of Pop in the absence of any serious contenders. Can she maintain the late blooming credentials of her last album...we shall soon see.
Ministry return with a mix of dark, broody, sexy and downright stroppy tunes lifted from the dancefloors of clubland and delivered with pout and panache.
More jam-packed than a donut filled with old Paul Weller tunes, this week's Free London has lots of sugary sweetness for you to gorge on.
One week in London with no money and massive desire to see absolutely everything. Can the two coalesce? Of course they can!
Data Records bring you a fresh offering courtesy of Fireflies and Alexandra Prince. Apparently the Swedish House Mafia are coming to get us...
The name might be behind it but in this instance the layout of the content might just be a little sour. One of the weaker mix CD's in this week's lineage.
Another day, another Ministry affiliated disc. This time round Hed Kandi's Summer 06 Mix gets an airing. A big night out for those nights indoors.
Bringing together the likes of Black Dog, Anthony Shakir and Richard H Kirk for a collection of electronica that sidesteps the mainstream and is better for it.
Nikki, out? You're kidding right? As the seventh evictee Nikki leaves the house in what might just be a move the voters will live to regret...
First Smash Hits, now Top Of The Pops...they're taking away my childhood...sniff. Adi laments the loss of another British institution.