Ever since Daft Punk’s contribution to “Tron Legacy” was confirmed, many electronica artists (talking about some of the most notable beneficiaries of the electronic explosion of the nineties to the tune of “big beat” and “filter house”) have started taking their first steps in the field of soundtracks. First, we heard about the implication of The Chemical Brothers in the new film by British director Joe Wright. Shortly after, details were released about the collaboration between Underworld and Danny Boyle. And now Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe, the pair behind the mutant entity Basement Jaxx, are “jumping on the bandwagon”. The vigilant eyes of the people from The Playlist were the first to see a tweet by Edgar Wright announcing the news. According to Wright, Basement Jaxx have been in charge of making the soundtrack for “Attack the Block”, a science fiction film with which Joe Cornish debuts as a director. The film, a fantasy tale “about a teen gang in South London defending their [housing] block from an alien invasion”, will be released in the UK on 18th April.