Some people just aren't ready for how good this album really is so they turn to preposterous claims like it's "flat" or it's "lifeless" or it's too "accessible" (lol) because they have no ability to properly analyze or dissect music with any level of depth. Mark my words, ten, twenty, fifty years from now this album is going to be a fucking grade A classic of 21st century electronic composition. The album that found true inspiration from several loose genres (dubstep, glitch, IDM, to name a few) and tied them together into a cutting-edge aesthetic that hits harder than a train wreck if you're not too dense to hear it. The amount of personality Jenkinson extracts out of his electronics here is almost incomparable to anything that came before it.
Overall, I quite enjoyed this album in its entirety. While the repeated use of the same drums and synths in each track can get a little monotonous despite the album's glitchy and experimental nature, the tracks usually tend to flow almost flawlessly, the way the beginning of almost every track sounds similar to the ending of the one priior to it. If you like energetic, glitchy electronica, I would definitely recommend this album.