I like Interstellar, and all, but I love this.
The organ is, of course, massive. It makes you wonder why every film score doesn't find a way to incorporate a pipe organ. If it feels like a cheat code to unlock majesty, it's because it probably is.
Even most of the best soundtracks end up being stirring background music, forever tied to the scenes that they provide the musical skeleton to. The Interstellar soundtrack takes you places -- makes you feel. I've seen the movie, but when I close my eyes while listening to 'Cornfield Chase', I don't recall the scene in the movie where they chase the drone. I feel a giant clock, gears whirring all around me, working in perfect time, all while feeling a deeply and distinctly human connection.
Breathless hyperbole? Maybe. It's alright to allow yourself to be blown away by something every now and again, though.