23 Promotions and Room 2 Live Presents...
Stanley Odd return to Glasgow city centre's Room 2 on Friday 18th of November (7-10pm) and joined by a Special Guest to be announced.
Longstanding leaders of Scotland’s amazing hip hop scene, Stanley Odd’s latest album STAY ODD: The Magic of Everyday Things, officially entered The SAY (Scottish Album of the Year) Award 2021 Shortlist (Top 10). 14+. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult inside the venue. ID required (birth certificate, driving licence - full or provisional, passport or Young Scot card).
'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.'
Limited edition STAY ODD (album) book and other listenables and wearables available from www.stanleyodd.com
Clash Magazine: 'Stanley Odd are one of Scottish hip-hop's most visible exports, matching some wild production elements to those hard-hitting rhymes.'
The Skinny: 'Stanley Odd have levelled up. The dry wit, expertly delivered social commentary and playful cap tips at pop culture are all there.'
NARC Magazine: '5/5...A true piece of art.'
BUZZ Magazine: '★★★★...their most accomplished work yet.'
Ian Rankin: 'A work of art... where beauty and anger meet and mate.'
Somebody once described them as Cerebral Geek Rap. Another person said that in a sane world they'd be bigger than Snow Patrol.