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(DL) – Cy Curnin, front man for one of the 1980's biggest new wave artist The Fixx, spent a late summer afternoon chatting with Lars Hindsley in what was more of a revealing philosophical conversation than an interview.
Lars: How you doing?
Cy: Reporting from the field, Cy Curnin, ducking bullets on Melrose. Harley’s flying past every five seconds, but that’s the way it is, life today in the fast lane.
Lars: (chuckles) Where are you calling from?
Cy: I’m calling from LA, Melrose Avenue. My favorite hall for sitting outside Starbucks because they have free Wi-Fi and I get to watch some pretty ladies go by. Feeling like an old git. (laughs)
Lars: I actually met you once. I wasn’t let down. I thought you were down to earth. You seemed to be more in tune to the, I guess down-to-earth movement at the time, for lack of a better term?