Ah, the sounds of the high desert: lonesome coyotes howling; a devil of a windstorm tossing branches and trees through the air; the hiss and hum of extraterrestrial activity slowly being drowned out by the rattle, roar and blasting bumps of a knowing rocanrol band, all in tune with the cicadas of course. If that sounds like your cup of mushroom tea then haul your ass over to Moonlight Lounge (120 Central Ave. SW) on Tuesday, Aug. 14. That is if you wanna hear what happens when desert rock, stoner rock, metal and rock played by a band named after the Hindu deity of death all get together for one bright yet blighted night in Burque. Red Mesa, a simmering rocanrol trio we told you about in these very pages only a few weeks ago, headlines a bill that also features fuzzy San Diego stoners King Chiefs as well the inimitable Prey For Kali. This will truly be a night to rock out with your socks out, so try to wear something besides white crews, sabes? Okay, I’m just kidding. Here are my favorite tracks by these three, in no particular order: “Walk The Plank” by King Chiefs; “Route 666” by Red Mesa and “Circle of Stones” by Prey For Kali. Now, get out there and rawk, people! 8pm • $5 • 21+.