This stacked lineup is a great way to weird up your week. Ononos (vocalist Nono Ono, keyboardist Why, and drummer Yes) are a Seattle electro-punk trio who may also communicate telepathically with one another through a shared eye Nono Ono wears on his face. Their deranged two-tone glam sets the stage for their frantic synth-pop pulses, which twitch and throb like overwrought electricity. This paranormally fabulous stage act makes for an outcast dance party to end all. Tonight is also the record release for garage duo Pony Time's Go Find Your Own, out February 19 via Per Se Records. I first experienced Luke Beetham's sassy, sneering vocals and Stacy Peck's rock-hard drum beats in the basement of the Funny Button (RIP) in late 2010, and have been addicted to their noise-pop hip-shakers ever since. The new album's 12 tracks are almost certain to make you move, and their fuzzed-out charms leave Pony Time poised for imminent takeover. With noisemakers/dead-raisers Haunted Horses and ladies of rock Chastity Belt. Black Lodge, 9 pm.