Millions of crayon drawings stuck to refrigerators don't lie: We assess art differently when we know it's made by kids. So I approached Tiny Masters of Today with plenty of skepticism.

Millions of crayon drawings stuck to refrigerators don't lie: We assess art differently when we know it's made by kids. So I approached Tiny Masters of Today with plenty of skepticism.

Brooklyn-bred siblings Ivan (15) and Ava (13), though, are truly prodigious. Though their latest album, Skeleton, boasts assistance from everyone from the Butthole Surfers to Yeah Yeah Yeahs, its charm is in its raw simplicity. These teens have a terrific ability to find a musical sweet spot, repeat it ad nauseam and frame the fun in easily digestible doses of lo-fi party punk.

Whether they'll cut it as rock stars depends on whether they've got stage presence to match. Find out when they play an early show Sunday at Skully's.