Zero Tep Remixes Chark & Zimbu's "Declaim"


While working on his new EP, Zero Tep has delivered a quick and dirty remix of Chark & Zimbu’s oppressive “Declaim” from Chark’s new EP Cleaver.

Almost closer to dubstep than anything else, the “Declaim” remix is built for exclusively for bass DJs and has been a staple of Zero Tep’s sets for months now.

Take a listen to the song on Soundcloud below and stream/download it on the platform of your choice.

Art for the track was created by Parrotice (Instagram)!

Zero Tep & MC Architecture - Demonstration

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We're pleased to share another new single from Zero Tep, this time in collaboration with Wormhole Music Group (out of Oakland, CA) and Phuture Collective (in Portland, OR)!

"Demonstration" is a massive club song punctuated by cold bass, gnarly EDM drums, and MC Architecture's deadpan poetry inspired by sex, bondage, and industrial rock.

The alien art for the track was created by Duffrey (Instagram).

Take a listen to the song on Soundcloud and please share it if you dig!

Full album visuals for Kaelin Bougneit's 'Geograph'

In June, we released Kaelin Bougneit's album Geograph, an album of drone and free improvisation that invokes natural processes and places.

We're happy to share new visuals for the ENTIRE RECORD, created by Bougneit to accompany the album. Created from generative processes in Processing and Resolume, the visuals for Geograph go even further in exploring the ideas of the album through layered, meditative psychedelia.

View the entire album on YouTube and stream/download the album in the store of your choice!

Three new works from The Agromaniac


This month at Subviolet, we bring you a rebirth of The Agromaniac, a project exploring speculative fiction in the form of industrial electronics, manipulated field recordings, and sci-fi tinged ambience. The three projects - out now - all explore different aspects of the same world.

Cxcatel takes a cinematic, macro viewpoint. Weightless, modular drones give way to kinetic sound collages and shortwave recordings. The dense ambient dub of Desert Electric Dealer details the windswept drama of the planet’s torched surface. What Am I, He Asks? Brother, It Gasps. paints vivid pictures of post-human places and spaces using a combination of both generative systems and live synth recordings.

All three projects are available for FREE from Subviolet Records or can be found on your preferred store/streaming service.

Desert Electric Dealer
What Am I, He Asks? Brother, It Gasps.