Funkstörung's past work has ranged from dull acid techno (their earliest work) to dull Autechre ripoff (their middle period work) to what they're making now, an unprecedented (within their own oeuvre, that is) infectious blend of electronic pop and hip-hop.
Hip-hop fans will enjoy those tracks on Disconnected which feature Tes, an American MC from Lex Records, Warp's hip-hop imprint. However, what really got me (and this is where the album reaches mass-crossover appeal, IMO) are the tracks featuring vocals by Enik, a German guy who sounds -- quite literally -- like Björk's male doppelganger. Rarely am I fond of vocals in my music, but Enik's voice is amazing, and his contributions totally seal the deal for me. Wonderful, wonderful stuff.
If you like Portishead, Björk, etc. I recommend you give Disconnected a listen. This album has a lot of potential, IMO, and it's an interesting new addition to Funkstörung's repertoire.