Russian music magazine FUZZ closed due to the financial crisis, the portal Zvuki.Ru.
The latest issue of the magazine will be released in February. In an official report said that the issue on hold until September for the reorganization. However, all staff have already been sent to unpaid leave, left the chief editor editor Alexander Dolgov, who worked in FUZZe more than 18 years.
In summer 2008, the magazine was replaced by shareholders, after which, according to journalists portal Zvuki.Ru, attended by the chief editor of the publication of life beginning to fall.
Deputy editor-in-chief Alexander Starostin said that going along with the part of staff to address the issuance of the Internet version of FUZZa. The first issue of the electronic version will be no earlier than April.
The first issue of the music magazine FUZZ released in March 1991. For several years the magazine has turned into all-Russian edition. Throughout its history FUZZ survived several crises associated with lack of money, but each time it resumed publication.