AOL hasn’t been a major player in the digital music world for some time, despite claiming 30m visitors for its AOL Music site. However, it seems the company may be reviving its ambitions, judging by an interview given by CEO Tim Armstrong. “Music is something that we are looking at creatively and we have some creative ideas around it,” said Armstrong, according to Billboard. “I don’t know exactly what we are going to end up doing. We see some big gaps in the music space and we’ve been out talking to partners about it and I don’t know whether or not we’ll invest in it, but from a clarity of opportunity standpoint there’s two or three things we see actually that are probably meaningful but I don’t know what we are going to do.” He went on to note that music is relevant to AOL’s four core verticals: content, video, advertising and commerce.