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In 2001, under the name Sıfır (Zero), Zafer Aracagök released the electronic music album NeredeOradaBurada. His second album, İnsan Ritm Makina (2003) explores the sonic influences of Deleuzian philosophy with respect to the question of rhythm, noise and distortion, also featuring Aracagök's student from Bilkent University department of Graphic Design Yasemin Mori, five years before her debut album.

Ben Aptalım Çünkü Ölüyüm, Ben Ölüyüm Çünkü Aptalım (I'm Stupid because I'm Dead, I'm Dead because I'm Stupid, 2005), is a sonic experiment about Nietzsche’s collapse in Turin. All of his albums are released by ADA Records, Istanbul. His electronic compositions have also appeared in compilations such as Project Ctrl_Alt_Del in the Netherlands (2003), alongside artists such as Merzbow and Scanner. The electronic music album Divide by Zero composed with Yolande Harris, is due for release by Persistencebit Records of Italy. His latest work Yalvarırım Beyfendi Saatiniz Kaçi Gösteriyor? deals with Sevim Burak, a language-dissident Turkish female writer who produced radical texts of l'écriture féminine during her life time between 1931-1983.

KOG, composed by Zafer Aracagök and Anthony Donovan, released in March 2009 by White Label Music, UK.

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