|Origin||Olympia, WA, United States|
|Genres||Art rock, experimental rock, electronic rock, indietronica, krautrock|
|Years active||1999–2001, 2010–present|
|Past members||Tassany Zimmerman|
Octant was an experimental noise rock duo formed in 1999 in Washington State. They recorded two full-length albums, released on Up Records. The duo was led by multiinstrumentalist and instrument designer Matt Steinke, with Tassany Zimmerman primarily on synthesizer. Their live show included an electromechanical automated drum machine designed and built by Steinke.
In 2010, Steinke announced a Kickstarter campaign for a new Octant record. Zimmerman was not involved. The self-titled album was released on January 15, 2011.
- Shock-No-Par, album from Up Records; (1998)
- Car Alarms and Crickets, album from Up Records; (2000)
- Octant, self-released album (2011).
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- ^ "Up Records artist page". Up Records. Archived from the original on 2005-04-29.
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