Brother and sister Max and Aimée formed The Dirty Fix in Toronto of 2012, and played as a duo before signing on with Hoell, a regular fixture in the Bay area music scene, a year later. The band has just finished recording and mastering their LP "Chaos Rising'.
About The Band
Aimée Mazzuca is Toronto-born, U.S.-raised, and started playing in bands after university. She started up and fronted past local indie band Modernboys Moderngirls. Aimée began The Dirty Fix with younger brother Max in 2012, who were later joined by guitarist Nick Hoell. You can see her performing around Toronto and Ontario as a belly dancer, and also as part of Steampunk fusion belly dance outfit The Dragonettes. Some of her inﬂuences are Stevie Nicks, Jack White, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Concrete Blonde, and PJ Harvey.
Max Mazzuca grew up in the American and Canadian musical havens of Detroit and Toronto, and has been writing and performing music since high school. Initially inspired to play by listening to his sister Aimée’s music, he has been steadily honing his chops and providing his energetic rhythmic complement. Some of his inﬂuences are Mitch Mitchell, Chad Smith and John Densmore.
Nicholas Hoell grew up in Richmond, California and cleaned houses all summer to buy his ﬁrst guitar. He has been performing in rock bands continuously since his freshman year in high school. He recently moved to Toronto from New York and joined The Dirty Fix in 2013. Some of his inﬂuences are Adam Jones, Paul Leary, Johnny Hiland, Danny Gatton, John Frusciante, Chet Atkins and Buckethead.