Can you recall any particular dances that suddenly separated your matter from your mind at a recent rock concert? Sure, the “join the mob” pogo, the “thinking man” head bop with crossed arms, and the ol’ headless chicken shuffle or “the mosh” could pass, but have you ever contorted your torso in cadence to an actual rock rhythm? Not likely, and that’s why former Sacramento (now Brooklyn) sister bands Out Hud and !!! (pronounced “chk chk chk”) are now being acclaimed as leaders of the “dance-punk” revival—or at least are getting the self-consciously hip to get off their keisters and do the Dip. Both bands will perform a homecoming show at the Colonial Theatre, 3522 Stockton Boulevard, on Monday, June 23. Expect Out Hud to put you into a voodoo trance with its moody, bass-driven mutant disco, whilst !!! shall agitate your feet with its James Brown-ian, post-punk riot. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. The Feeling opens the show at 8 p.m.