On 2011 Biosphere’s Geir Jenssen made an album inspired by the architecture and potential instability of Japan’s nuclear power plants. A month later, a huge earthquake and tsunami caused the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. It’s healthy to be skeptical about such claims to prescience, but dissembling isn’t Jenssen’s style: Clearly stated intentions and ideas are a defining feature of the Norwegian ambient-house producer’s decades-long career. Plus, N-Plants’ sleek contours and foreboding atmosphere easily bear out his theme. Having noted the eerie coincidence, we can dispense with it and let the best Biosphere album since 1997’s definitive Substrata stand on its own.