Desert Noises

9 p.m. • 7th Street Entry • 18-plus • $8-$10

Influenced by the likes of Mumford & Sons, Led Zeppelin and Modest Mouse, Desert Noises is a formidable rock ’n’ roll band offering soulful, slightly psychedelic renderings of tried and true sounds. The Provo, Utah, band has seemingly forsaken its Mormon background in order to tour its dusty rock music across the country (Tyler Osmond, a nephew of former teen idols Donny and Marie [?!], plays bass). The foursome has been on the road for the past three years and is currently promoting “27 Ways,” its full-length debut that refers to 27 ways to lead a life different from one spent devoted to Mormonism. Opening is Santah, a Chicago-based hazy rock band that was formed when the members were students at the University of Illinois. Alex Nelson