Andrew Flanagan

Contributor

Andrew Flanagan is a New York-based freelance writer whose byline can be found at places like NPR, Rolling Stone, MTV, and The Quietus. He was the senior editor of The Daily Swarm and served as substitute music editor of City Pages during his many years in the Midwest. Animal lover.

Morning Fix: Target Not Selling Beyonce's New Album – Which Has Broken iTunes' Sales Record; Ray Price, RIP and a Look at His Chart History

Morning Fix: Target Not Selling Beyonce's New Album – Which Has Broken iTunes' Sales Record; Ray Price, RIP and a Look at His Chart History

Target says that because Beyonce's new record was made available digitally first they won't be carrying its physical counterpart – Meanwhile over in the digital world, Bey's new one is breaking sales records at the iTunes Store – Honky-tonk pioneer Ray Price has died at age 87 – We take a look at his chart history – And much more.
Morning Fix: Moogfest's Label-Curated Showcases; SFX Prez Tim Crowhurst on Beatport Layoffs; P!nk and Janelle Monae Get Top Honors at Billboard Event

Morning Fix: Moogfest's Label-Curated Showcases; SFX Prez Tim Crowhurst on Beatport Layoffs; P!nk and Janelle Monae Get Top Honors at Billboard Event

Asheville, North Carolina's Moogfest has added a slew of label-curated showcases to this year's lineup – SFX president Tim Crowhurst on the round of layoffs at Beatport this week – Billboard's Women In Music event took place yesterday in New York, and we were there – and much more in today's Fix.

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