Do you enjoy unusual musical instruments? How about nerds who exaggerate their awkwardness? If so, then Brett Domino and the Brett Domino Trio may be right up your alley.
Domino, twentysomething years old, from Leeds, is the alter ego of Rob J. Madin. Domino is a musician who, alone or with trio performs covers, medleys, orignal compositions, and semi-original songs using unusual, mostly electronic, instruments, such as the stylophone, keytar, monotron, kaossilator, kazoo, and theremin. The Domino performance persona is extremely awkward and stilted, sometimes almost lacking in affect. I suspect this stage persona is an amplified version of Madin's own personality, but my only evidence is that the other members of the group act the same way. I should point out that the band is now down to two members, but they've kept the Brett Domino Trio name. Most of Domino's and the band's performances are YouTube videos, but they have also performed live. Indeed, they appeared on Britain's Got Talent a few years ago and just completed an eBay auction of a live performance in the winner's home.
If you find Brett Domino and company amusing, you might want to subscribe to his YouTube channel.