Philadelphian experimental rock band Man Man has been purveying their quirky, sometimes dissonant sonic brand for more than a decade. Their latest, On Oni Pond, finds Man Man sanding down the rough edges to produce a more melodic sound that certainly isn’t a disservice to the group’s listenability. For a band whose instrument list ranges from euphonium to French horn to Chinese funeral horns and smashing plates, the restrained yet playful quality of On Oni Pond may win these beloved weirdoes new acolytes. Get to know the Man Man of the present at Sister (407 Central NW) on Wednesday, Feb. 19. Brooklynite noise-pop duo Xenia Rubinos and locals Young Lungs open this 21-plus gig starting at 9pm, and 10 bucks gets you in.