Saxophone teacher in Edinburgh.
Sell hosted content online. Two simple pricing structures 5.9% plus 95c per transaction or 8.9% with a 75c per transaction minimum. Highly customised order pages.
Simple site to sell downloadable content. Integrates with a few payment gateways, PayPal, google checkout, amazon payments, and probably others. Free up to $50 a month or 5% plus 49c (5c < $2) per transaction, in addition to any checkout fees I assume.
Spotify is a subscription based music streaming service based in Europe. Available in the UK for £5 to £10 a month.
Open source media player (supports mp3, ogg, and more) for Symbian devices. Great for the E51, much better than the in-built player. Supports skip forward / back... :-)
Grooveshark is a (legal) music sharing / listening site in flash. Similar to Pandora but you can request specific songs and listen to them in your chosen order.
Stage.FM is a music promotion site which allows artists to upload their music and optionally sell it via the site (keeping 100% of the sales fee, no credit card charges).
Platinum Blue offer a mathematical analysis of songs to detect their "pleasability" factor (my term). They charge $10 per song, the service is resold by MusicFreedom.com.
The Sonos creates a wireless mesh network between each of the stations so music is shared throughout the house. You control the system from LCD remotes. It starts from $999.
A complete music / video creation / editing suite on a bootable CD. Awesome!