House producer Kaskade doesn’t play coy on his third album: From the opening “Stars Align,” it‘s obvious that these big-room, vocal-laden tracks are meant for the dancefloor. The San Francisco-based artist has seen his star rise in recent years, and the man’s production skills (like on the guitar-filled “The X”), ear for rhythm (“Sorry,” for example, is the kind of track that grooves without getting into a rut), and sheer energy are hard to debate. This won‘t be the most innovative album of the year, but that doesn’t detract from its delightfulness in the slightest.