East Nashville-dwelling guitarist and funnyman Brett Rosenberg has put in some serious time as a sideman — he’s played with The Joiners, Graham Parker, The Rudds and The Figgs — not to mention some time making my Lucayan salads as a Calypso Cafe employee. Rosenberg is now releasing his second record — third, if you count his A Very Quichey Christmas cassette — and it’s a follow-up to Quichenight I titled, quite logically, Quichenight II (out today via Sturdy Girls Records). The album marries the lo-fi, DIY, bedroom-recorded aesthetic of indie-rock gods Guided by Voices with a guitar-driven take on the power pop of Big Star or Squeeze, or perhaps a less sex-obsessed Marc Bolan. And as you might expect with a band called Quichenight, it’s jovial, witty and brightly clever, thanks to tunes like “Sweep Myself off My Feet” (“Enjoy O’Doul’s at the Sheraton bar / I love the feeling and the smell of a rental car”). In fact, it’s difficult to tell if some of these lyrics are wry indictments of the local rock scene’s insularity, or just lighthearted goof-offs. Either way, the bobbing progression of “Infinity Bends” is impossibly catchy, and there are some extremely great guitar parts here. Fellow locals Fancytramp and New Pleasure will also play.