Man Man is known for their eclectic musical landscaping, for pushing the envelope, and being fearlessly unique in their musical execution. The group's fifth-full length album On Oni Pond takes their reputation to new heights, and with past performances at XPN's Free at Noon and at Union Transfer proving to audiences just how much fun they can be.
Local Philly favorite, Man Man is a quirky, multi-instrumental outfit that first started releasing studio albums in 2004.
For fans of the Philadelphia band Man Man, On Oni Pond, the band's fifth studio album capitalizes on so much of what you love. The band's energy is contagious, the songs brilliantly bizarre, and despite a love for experimentation this collection is easily the band's most accessible to date. Yes, On Oni Pond is more focused but it's no less fun and certainly no less interesting. In fact, it's arguably the band's most intriguing album.