Radio station Kiss 100 will present its music lounge at MacExpo 2003, which opens at Islington's Business Design Centre Thursday November 20.

The involvement of Kiss 100 illustrates the influence of Apple in the music world. Kiss is offering five iPods as prizes on its 7pm show this week to promote MacExpo, along with free tickets and access to the Kiss Music Lounge.

Leading record producer Steve Levine – who has worked with The Beach Boys and Culture Club – will perform live, and present his new Hit Kit recording software.

Kiss DJs will also attend the show, including Tall Paul, who will present a live DJ set Saturday 22.

MacExpo event director Bob Denton said: "The Kiss Music Lounge is an exciting and unmissable addition to this year's MacExpo. It will be both entertaining and informative.

"We are creating a relaxed and chilled atmosphere in which visitors can find out first hand how to make a hit and get a break in the music business."