Interview: The Shins

by thomas maxwell The day I found out I would be interviewing one of my favorite bands I was very excited. That night when I got home from work I pulled out my shinny blue see-through LP (“Oh,...

Interview: Stoic Frame

STOIC FRAME - interview by mia west Three years ago I made the decision to go on hiatus from Modern Fix, opting for some corporate digs and a suit. Call me a sell out, but I’d had enough of the...

Interview: Slaves on Dope

SLAVES ON DOPE - interview by james wright Getting a jumpstart in the music business has never come easy for Montreal's Slaves On Dope. Countless hours of drive time between gigs, labels folding, business...

Interview: Society 1

  by James Wright Matt Zane is probably one of the most interesting people you’ll ever encounter. Establishing him in the adult film industry with such classics as “Cherry Poppers” and...

Modern Fix

FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES - interview by james wright home “ We got up at five in the morning and went...

Interview: Ville Valo of HIM

(this interview originally appeared in issue #37 of Modern Fix Magazine in 2003). - by erin broadley HIM has been best described by the press as "Depeche Mode meets Dimmu Borgir in a David Lynch...

Review: T.S.O.L.

T.S.O.L. "Divided We Stand" (Nitro) Naturally, T.S.O.L. breaks no new ground with Divided We Stand. That’s why it rules: they haven’t fucked with what’s made them so cool for the past few albums....

Review: Music Inspired by the Movie Scarface

Various Artists "Music Inspired by the Movie Scarface" (Def Jam) A collection of rap songs that are inspired by the classic film "Scarface". This album annoys me for three reasons. 1) I'm not sure that...

Review: Vena Cava

Vena Cava "(So Evolved... Inhuman)" (Self-Released) If you are from the California region, specifically the southern part, you might have already stumbled across some of these songs.   7 of 12 are from a...

Review: Wesley Willis & The Dragnews

Wesley Willis & The Dragnews "Greatest Hits Volume 3" (Alternative Tentacles) Oh man, what can you even say?  It's brutally sad when such a promising (and schizophrenic in the truest sense of the...