When the man behind hardcore legends Rorschach, post-punk predators Computer Cougar, and no-wave icons Beautiful Skin comes at you with his own full-length, you can only expect some weird shit. Not only is Young Man‘s Disease weird, it’s agonizingly engaging. From start to finish, this long-player emanates textures of sweltering fuzz, distorted drum-and-piano glitches, and an array of piercing squeals-all awkwardly exemplary of a young man’s anxiety. Like a guitar mastermind who solos sparingly, Forte crafts his melodies with a minimalist sensibility, keeping listeners enrapt and begging for more.