If you really want to get “out there” for St. Patrick’s Day, there’s probably no show more “out there” than Philadelphia-born, Los Angeles-based avant-garde rock group Man Man, which performs Saturday at the Domino Room. Led by pianist, vocalist and songwriter Ryan Kattner, AKA Honus Honus, and longtime drummer Christopher Powell, AKA Pow Pow (noticing a pattern here?), Man Man released five studio albums in the 2000s and early 2010s filled with dense, experimental indie rock. Its revolving-door membership makes for some wild shows, where French horn and bass clarinet solos, rhythms pounded out on pots and pans and other instrumental oddities exist comfortably alongside Honus’ oversized stage persona and even larger hooks. Though mostly silent since 2013’s expansive album “On Oni Pond,” the band has shown signs of life in recent years: In addition to the current tour, it released a single with Sub Pop in 2018 to mark the label’s 30th anniversary.
Man Man: 7 p.m. Saturday; $15 plus fees in advance; Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; 1988entertainment.com or 541-408-4329.