Last time freewheeling, psychedelic freak flag-flier Kyle Thomas and his project King Tuff rolled through Nashville, they played a house show at an inconspicuous little joint near Belmont that calls itself The Other Basement with fellow far-out friends JEFF the Brotherhood. While this appearance was initially slated to go down at forthcoming venue The Stone Fox, it will instead take place at VFW Post 1970 — arguably the most OG, legitimately cool place to see a show in Music City. And with an eponymous, completely outstanding new record to showcase, we’re betting Tuffy’s set will be one of the best rock ’n’ roll performances you’ll see all season. You see, 2009’s Was Dead was great, full of grooving, lo-fi, folk- and garage-powered jangling gems. But this year’s King Tuff is a powerhouse LP, complete with boogieing, catchy, riff-along party-time monsters like “Anthem” and “Stranger”; laidback Marc Bolan-meets-Bob Dylan, folk-fueled slow-burners like “Swamp of Love” and “Unusual World”; and unapologetic statements of rock ’n’ roll stonerdom like “Alone and Stoned” and “Baby Just Break the Rules.” Fellow pro-pot rockers Natural Child and sidesplitting weirdo lady-folk duo Birdcloud appear in support.