No Age’s third album resides in the area between punk and dance music, which makes for a record that sounds both viscerally rebellious and deliciously danceable. Lead single “Glitter” and the forceful “Fever Dreaming” show off this dichotomy best; the former is a hazy dance number with clean vocals that contrasts heavily with the latter’s shouting and blazing guitars. Only the dreamy instrumental, “Positive Amputation,” provides a well-deserved rest from the rest of the album’s intensity. The track is perfect for slow dancing amidst the chaos that comes before it (and is still to come). The album fights back against the tide of boring, quiet music, and nearly every song feels like a throat-rupturing protest against standing still.