|Origin||Olympia, WA, United States|
|Genres||Art rock, experimental rock, electronic rock, indietronica, krautrock|
|Years active||1999–2001, 2010–present|
|Associated acts||Satisfact, Mocket|
|Past members||Tassany Zimmerman|
Octant is an experimental noise rock band formed in 1999 in Washington State. They created two full-length albums which were released on Up Records. The band was a duo led by multi-instrumentalist and instrument-designer Matt Steinke. Tassany Zimmerman primarily played electric synthesizer. Octant's live show included an electro-mechanical automated drum machine. This machine was designed and built by Matt Steinke.
- Shock-No-Par, album from Up Records; (1998)
- Car Alarms and Crickets, album from Up Records; (2000)
- Octant, self-released album (2011).
- Brendan Maher. "review of album Shock-No-Par". popmatters.com. Archived from the original on 2012-05-19.
- Erin Hucke. "review of album Car Alarms and Crickets". popmatters.com. Archived from the original on 2012-05-19.
- "Octant ~ Group". musicbrainz.org.
- "Up Records artist page". Up Records. Archived from the original on 2005-04-29.
- "Musical Robots are Ready for the Next OCTANT Release on Vinyl". kickstarter.com.
- "Octant – Octant". discogs.com.
|This article on a United States rock music band is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|