At this point in his career, it’s almost an understatement to call Ty Segall prolific. As a solo artist, Segall releases at least one album per year — a strategy most artists abandoned sometime around 1975. That’s not to imply that Segall is a quantity-over-quality man: His albums are, more than anything, consistently great and never quite as you expect. Manipulator, from 2014, was a polished foray into glam rock; his most recent self-titled record — in addition to earning plenty of critical acclaim — returned him to the garage punk with which he made his name without ever sounding like he was moving backwards. That’s not to mention his shows, which are delightfully deafening, tailor-made for moshing, and among the most exciting live experiences out there right now. No, turning thirty hasn’t slowed Segall down in the slightest.