Month In Review – March 2010

by Emilio Pérez Miguel on April 1, 2010

One of the most read (and sought-after) posts of the whole blog was published in March. I am talking about Merton, the impromptu piano player from ChatRoulette. I also covered the impact the parka-clad pianist had, including Ben Folds impersonating him. And speaking of viral videos, don’t forget to check the hysterical “My Mom’s On Facebook”.

March saw two new additions to the main roll of artists: Jeff Buckley and The Style Council. And I finally got around reviewing The Dukes of Startosphear’s anthology “Chips From The Chocolate Fireball”. I likewise began reviewing original soundtrack albums, with “Once” becoming the first OST to be scrutinized on the blog.

The startups that I reviewed last month included Tubeoke, Spreaker, Feeder, MusicVault, Music Matters and Relisir.

On April I am determined to start covering unsigned Uruguayan artists once and for all – the category has already been added, and that is something I have always wanted to do.

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