Kasper Bjørke (of the band Filur) is a hot Danish producer with an ear for new wave-influenced dance music. The album delivers exactly that - house music as heard through indie-rock ears.
The vocal tracks are the most successful, and feature a variety of guests lending their lungs. Predictably, the instrumental tracks sound more like traditional dance music, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but the slower numbers padding out the middle of the disc drag the energy down.
It's hard to fault him for wanting to express his range, but more focus would've made for a stronger disc.