Tucson, an Arizona town that in many ways is similar to the Burkes, is home to a band known asLa Cerca, out there in the saguaro-strewn low desert. La Cerca creates a form of rocanrol that is by turns mesmerizing and danceable as well as fascinating to those listeners obsessed with the sounds that an electric guitar tuned to psychedelics naturally or electronically makes when touched just so. They’ll make an appearance at Sister (407 Central Ave. NW) on Friday, July 12. Of course this is a band who digs the work of Big Star and Pure Bathing Culture, so make sure you wear a comfortable hat and shine your shoes before you head to this heady gig. Visionary bandleader Andrew Gardner puts some twang in the ensemble’s transcendence to astonishing effect. La Cerca’s latest record, Night Bloom, includes super spaced-out, tumbling through the atmosphere wonder anthems like “I Am The Song” as well as rocketship travel-influenced rockers such as “Spacedad.” It’s all very beautiful, and you can gaze at those Docs reflecting light back at you all night whilst jamming to this band, I guarantee it. 8pm • $5 • 21+.