Deerhoof has been putting on amazing live shows since it was founded in San Francisco in the early '90s. The shows involve a lot of dancing (mostly bassist/singer Satomi Matsuzaki), audience interaction ("Come See The Duck"), the occasional cover (Velvet Underground, Ramones, The Shining soundtrack), one of the most entertaining drummers around in Greg Saunier (and his 20" hi hats), and last but not least, an on-stage chemistry between the foursome that balances perfectly between chaotic improvisation and tight instrumentation. Though there have been a few lineup changes and the sound has evolved from its noise-punk roots toward more experimental rock that's a little easier to digest (check out 2016's Mountain Man if the latter sounds better to you), the essential playfulness and intelligence of the music hasn't wavered. The Andy Warhol Museum welcomes Deerhoof, with Palm, for its Sound Series program. Even if you've seen the group live before, no two shows are alike, and you should jump at any chance you get.