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Pimp Daddy Nash

About Pimp Daddy Nash: He sauntered onto the scene from somewhere in the Midwest, an international ne'er-do-well maintaining a low profile as he filled listening rooms with Brazilia flavored beats and leftfield sound pastiches. A persona became a gag, then a serio-comic myth. While the masses partied, he played. Constructed. For years, as the rules changed and the music changed, the magic left and came back as magic often does. Such is the way of the electronic alchemists and new beat adventurers, always searching for the New Jazz Science. Pimp Daddy Nash, a.k.a. Jon Curtis, is the scientist in question. The persona came about during the intitial organization of Eighth Dimension, an Orlando-based collective of adventurous alchemists from the fields of house music, hip-hop, underground rock and synth pop – a collective that provided a necessary antidote to Central Floridas's increasingly conformist rave culture. But while Q-Burns Abstract Message signed on with Astralwerks and DJ BMF ensures hip-hop don't stop on Tuesday nights as his ferociously popular Phat N' Jazzy night sprints toward a decade in existence, Pimp Daddy Nash rode out the Nineties with a single-minded pursuit of the electronic excellence. His music fit right in alongside the big beats, downtempos, noir-ish soundscapes and spy-themed samples that infiltrated electronic music in the mid-90s, and Pimp Daddy Nash found himself recording for Mephisto Records, Om Records, Delancey Street, FFRR, and World Domination for the duration of the decade. After signing to BMG in 2001 and being ceremoniously dropped less than a year later, PDN released his second full-length 'The New Jazz Science' under the safety of the Eighth Dimension umbrella. As we approach 2006, the Pimp finds himself back in the confines of his newly-rebuilt sonic laboratory preparing his third installment tentatively titled 'Funked Up, Souled Out'.

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