Shooting Spires is the solo project of BJ Warshaw, best known as the bassist and vocalist of New York noise-punk trio Parts and Labor. While Shooting Spires maintains Parts and Labor’s love of messy electronics, Warshaw eschews the aggression for some anthemic pop songs. Opener “Right” builds a monstrous melody from warbling synths and a tasteful horn section that, underneath the chaos, recalls David Bowie. “Quarantine” is even louder, with a large, fuzzy bassline that often dominates the song, but still retains a pop structure. “At Last At Least” is an alarmingly minimal closer, employing strummed guitar before a searing descent into white noise. Addictively noisy but ultimately listenable, Shooting Spires is another quality release from Warshaw’s head.