Back To Mine With Xploding Plastix

After a decade away, Xploding Plastix aka Jens Petter Nilsen and Hallvard Hagen are now very much back to their best and making thrilling and subversive sounds as they have always done. Early albums like their debut ‘Amateur Girlfriends Go Proskirt Agents’ on Beatservice Records marked them out for fans and critics alike and showcased their brilliantly beguiling blend of off-grid beats, futuristic melodies and cinematic sounds. Later moving into designing music for film, TV and computer games they have recently returned to underground electronic music and now make their biggest and best statement yet with the majestic full-length ‘This Is Accurate’. DMCWorld goes back to mine with Xploding Plastix.

Uziq – Hasty Boom Alert

A classic. Instant vibe with the lushy melodic synths and the sweet rampant drums.

Squarepusher – My Sound

Love the slow build and the ecstatic release. Beautiful sounds.

Squarepusher - My Sound

Boards of Canada – Dawn Chorus

Perfect late night swirlyness. Sweet electonic drifts and tape wobble in a sauce of lazy laidback lushness.

Daniel Herskedal – The Mistral Noir

Sweet organic textures and a haunting, insisting melody.

Daniel Herskedal 'The Mistral Noir' from Slow Eastbound Train

Kammerflimmer Kollektief – Nactwache, 15. September

Atmospheric and acoustic, dark and intriguing.

Nachtwache, 15. September

Roger Eno – Tidescape

Brian’s less famous brother makes some beautiful organic ambient music. Hero origin music.

Ryuichi Sakamoto – Anger (rare Force 2 meg Mix by Robin Brunson )

Insisting and hard hitting. Villain origin music.

Anger (Rare Force 2 Meg Mix by Robin Brunson)

Erland Dahlen – Auto

A buddy of ours. Great drummer, great musician and an all-round sweet guy. His latest and best work to date. Kraut-like, dreamy with great attitude.

Two Fingers – Seesayer

Always loved Amon Tobin. Heavy groove with some aggro.

Two Fingers - Seesayer (Official Audio)

Kraftwerk – Computer Love

One of the bands that got us into electronic music. Always come back to them. Can forget about them for years, but somehow they always surface in our playlists after a while.

Kraftwerk - Computer Love

Xploding Plastix ‘This Is Accurate’ is out now on Beatservice Records.