Remember last year's one-off DJ night whose theme was the wonderful and quirky history of New Zealand's rock underground from the '50s to the present? No? Well, pay attention, Poindexter. DJ Sling Dion (NZ transplant Richard Priest) is graciously resurrecting Delightful Isolation: A History of Underground New Zealand Music, at least one more time, at Pony on Wednesday, September 13 (9 pm-2 am, 21+, free, happy hour all night). The event includes a performance by unconventional drag artist Arson Nicki and Kiwi-themed pop-culture video footage. Priest promises "musical deviations from psychedelia, Maori-pop, the DIY Dunedin Sound of the 1980s, and many more New Zealand obscurities." There is no other DJ night like this in Seattle. It's a rare treat to get exposed to such great, obscure music as this by a native expert.