Life and Style Last.fm users can now stream music from Spotify's catalogue

Last.fm users will now have access to the 20 million songs available on Spotify

Ochoa fires birdie blitz to stun Sorenstam and take world title

Lorena Ochoa took a huge step towards dethroning Annika Sorenstam as the US LPGA Tour player of the year last night, as her seven-under 65 in the final round turned a three-shot deficit into a two-shot victory in the World Championship.

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Get into the mood for romance with our Valentine quiz and win one of 50 iPod Shuffles - perfect for keeping hundreds of your favourite schmaltzy songs to hand. To enter, work out the phrases, names or titles made up by each picture group in the four categories - and the theme that unites each section

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Anthony Wilson: There needs to be an easier system to buy music

From the Royal Society of Arts lecture on music and the internet, given in London by the Factory Records founder

pounds 2bn deal creates showcase for new bands on the Net

UNSIGNED ROCK bands are being wooed over the Internet by big businesses, as the increasing popularity of the "MP3" digital music format threatens to break record companies' conventional stranglehold on power.

Focus:; Online audio rocks the music industry

THE BRITISH singer-songwriter-composer Monc may or may not be the next big thing in popular music, but what he is doing is already enough to scare the living daylights out of the established recording industry.

Search engines: Second site - Musical snares

UNTIL RECENTLY, the music industry seemed to feel that the notion of selling music without wrapping it in cellophane was an insult to everything it holds dear. Using the Web to sell CDs was fine, but using it to deliver music directly to customers' home computers was evidently a recipe for anarchy.

EMI's music is going digital

THE MUSIC giant EMI is to encode its vast back catalogue of millions of songs in digital format, so that they can be sold and downloaded over the Internet by Christmas.
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