Norwegian DJ/producer Todd Terje has earned a rep as the prince of Scandinavian EDM, but his new single suggests global domination. The first taste of his debut LP, “It’s Album Time,” the seven-minute “Delorean Dynamite” is part Martian disco jam, part krautrock epic, and occupies that sacred sonic space between the very late ’70s and the very early ’80s. It doesn’t seem that revolutionary at first: The track opens in a cloud of synths, bass pulses and electronic whooshes. Then Terje lights the fuse, with funky guitar licks, cloud-parting keys and proggy keyboards. The loveliest moment is the coda, the EDM equivalent of the post-coital cigarette — one minute of spacey electronica drifting into orbit. With “Delorean Dynamite,” Terje makes the entire galaxy his dancefloor.