We Are Monster is one of those albums that seem interesting and hip on the first listen but take repeated spins before their strengths really start sinking in. It's very contemporary, which these days means it sounds like an alternate-reality version of the 80s. Isolée (aka Rajko Müller) has a history of making dance music that perfectly captures what's interesting about the time it's released (remember Beau Mot Plage?) yet manages not to feel dated years later. There are bits of electro and disco, rock and pop, but it's still rooted in a form of music nearly indistinguishable from house.