Breaking News: Fuzz.com is closing its doors. With the increasing growth in internet activity, a website for musicians was a great asset to the music community. But, as is were, there is increasing competition from Myspace, Reverbnation, IndiePendence Music, Facebook, Jamendo, Pure Volume, and many more.
What was Fuzz.com?
Fuzz.com was a place similar to Nimbit or CD Baby – where artists could sell their music, but it also had features similar to Myspace, where fans created profiles, and found new music through its’ website and blogs.
In an email sent out to the Fuzz Community, users are referred to Nimbit and Blip.fm for their musical needs. Perhaps this is a result of the 2009 Recession or maybe just poor execution. Either way, I’ve seen alot of startups close doors these past few months due to the economic situation.
Expect to see alot of more activity from Fuzz’s competitors, and even a few more startups to ‘Start Up’.
Why, you ask? Because recessions create innovations. one of which I feel will be Muxtape