•• Stanley Odd, Colonel Mustard and the Dijon 5, and Guests ••

29 January 2022

Stanley Odd

Stanley Odd make music for people that get tongue-tied talking to girls; clumsy people that dance awkwardly in their bedrooms; people that are generally uncomfortable in social situations; those for whom fashion-sense is an oxymoron; avid readers of science fiction and comic books; girls who drink tonic wine; anyone who prefers literary figures to viewing figures; disciples and architects of counter-culture. Stay Odd.

In April 2021 Scottish hip-hop pioneers, Stanley Odd released their brand-new album, STAY ODD: The Magic of Everyday Things.

Here’s what some people said about it:

‘a four-year labour of love and a true piece of art’ 5/5 NARC Magazine

‘their most accomplished work yet. Stay Odd is a glorious mesh of the real and the otherworldly’ 4* Buzz Magazine

‘an accurate reflection of our environment soundtracked by the voice of the underrepresented’ Snack Magazine

‘A work of art… where beauty and anger meet and mate’ Ian Rankin

Somebody once described them as Cerebral Geek Rap.

Another person said that in a sane world they’d be bigger than Snow Patrol.

Stanley Odd aren’t that fussed about what bracket you want to stick them in.

Stay Odd x

Colonel Mustard

The ultimate festival band, Barrowland Hall of Famers and SAMA best live act and Pure M Magazine best international act Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 are famed for their genre hopping, yellow pollen count of happiness , with shiny disco ball hats, inflatable unicorns and crowd participation, fun and laughter at the heart of their live performances.

The Dijon 5 have their 2nd album The Difficult Number 2 due for release 30th April 21. Lead single G.T. was championed by Amy Lame on BBC 6 Music, as was follow up single Ted Dancin’ inspired by Cheers and Curb Your Enthusiasm comedy legend Ted Danson.

Expect the unexpected in the Dijonverse.

18 and over.

Masks must be worn unless exempt, eating, drinking, seated or dancing.

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