[PUNK] After a few albums, some bands lose sight of how important a good producer is in the studio. Screaming Females have never lost that focus. In 2012, the band worked with iconic producer Steve Albini to craft 2012’s Ugly and in 2015 with Minus the Bear’s Matt Bayles on Rose Mountain. Those, their fifth and sixth albums on Don Giovanni Records, solidified them as a force in indie punk music. For their latest album, All At Once, released last month, they’re once again working with Bayles, but took a few risks in every direction on this, their most expansive record to date. Some tracks on the double LP, like album closer, “Step Out” head further in the experimental direction than the band has gone before, whereas many songs, like “Soft Domination,” which features Fugazi drummer Brendan Canty shine a light on their pop leanings with hooky prog vocals. Most fans of the band don’t come as much for the bands crafty, unique song writing, however, as much as they come for frontwoman Marissa Paternoster’s shredding guitar playing (she was ranked among the greatest guitarists of all time by Spin magazine) and her aggressive vocals. Catch Screaming Females in all of their gritty indie punk glory at Mohawk Place on Tuesday, March 13 with support from Radiator Hospital and Tina Panic Noise.