This PC Worship is not a new release by Moon Glyph, but certainly a unique one I recently got my hands on. “Dune of Heroin” lays it on thick with a collage of stacked intruments. The entire piece pushes frantically from the strings and constant drums while the foreground is filled with horns, singing saws, and saxophones that all seem to be at odds, shouting then colliding and falling back into the sea of chaos only to fight their way up to the surface for a breath or too soon after. The piece unifies soon after to an ominous build to the end before spinning off into the incredibly thick, but much more pointed “Godless Love.” PC Worship very effectively makes an anxious album which pushes ahead at an uncomfortable rate before falling off into chaos, only to reunite and push harder. While certainly not the most accessible, this live album makes emotion in a way that they could only do with untamed noise. Get it here.