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Nash the Slash

Nash the Slash has been creating his unique concept of sound and vision for over twenty years. His first live presentation of music to film was a performance to the surreal silent film Un Chien Andalou at the Roxy Theatre in Toronto. Nash the Slash was born of silent film. The name comes from a killer butler encountered by Laurel and Hardy in their first film, Do Detectives Think (1927). Nash the musician has gone on to create the music scores for such recent cult films as Roadkill and Highway 61, both directed by Bruce McDonald. Read more on

Nash the Slash has 3 songs that have been featured in movies like Roadkill and This Beat Goes On: Canadian Pop Music in the 1970s. What is your favorite song by Nash the Slash?


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We Shall Be the Leaders

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