Fix may refer to:
"Fix" is a song recorded by American country pop artist Chris Lane for his 2015 extended play of the same name. It was released to digital retailers through Big Loud Records on October 30, 2015 as the record's lead single. The song was written by Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure and Abe Stoklasa and produced by Joey Moi.
"Fix" was written in February 2015 with the intention of co-writer Abe Soklasa recording it for his own album. However, after the song was pitched to publishers, Big Loud Records' manager-partner Seth England optioned the song for the then-newly-established label's flagship artist Chris Lane. The song was "countrified" for Lane, including lyrical changes such as the censoring of "good shit," though it retained some of the dance music and blue-eyed soul influences of the demo.
The accompanying music video was directed by TK McKamy and premiered January 6, 2016.
FIX is a brand of Greek lager beer. The FIX brewery was founded in 1864 by the Fuchs family in Athens, Greece (which had come to Greece from Bavaria with King Otto) and grew significantly when owned by Karl Fuchs (in Greek: Κάρολος Ιωάννου Φιξ, Karolos Ioannou Fix) . This became the first major brewery in Greece and made many deliviries to Mediterranean countries where beer is now very popular.
FIX (or FIX HELLAS, its most common trademark) became synonymous with beer in Greece, enjoying a virtual monopoly in the country for about 100 years until the mid-1960s, operating a number of factories that also produced soft drinks. International competition affected company sales. It lost first place in the Greek market in 1973 and continued to decline until 1983, when it went out of business.
A FIX legacy is its historic industrial buildings throughout the country. These include one of the most iconic modern structures of Athens, on Syngrou Avenue, designed by architect Takis Zenetos in 1957 (partially demolished in 1994); another historic structure, an early 20th-century FIX factory on Patission Avenue was demolished in 2002 after a battle for its preservation was lost in favor of creating a park.