While the moniker Cherry Glazerr (named after the KCRW anchor Chery Glaser) may not be as in-your-face as Syracuse’s ascendant Perfect Pussy, it still indicates a fundamental crudeness carried through in the Los Angeles punks’ M.O.: to assert defiance via guitars and rousing vocals, and burn with both aggression and pathos in the lyrics. When everything is operating smoothly, it works out great. When it’s not, their music is vague and a little presumptuous. In Haxel Princess, though, frontwoman Clementine Creevy, bassist Sean Redman, and drummer Hannah Uribe have delivered a promising, 24-minute shot of youthful irreverence.