Zafer Aracagök is a Turkish philosopher/musician/artist who taught art theory and continental philosophy at various universities in Turkey and in the U.K. His academic work is published in Turkey, UK, France, USA, China, Germany, Argentina, Mexico and Italy. He is the author of albums under the moniker SIFIR and may be defined as a “sonic conspirator” of the Istanbul nights in the Turkish electro-acoustic experimental scene. He is author of important and fundamental books about a certain “deleuzian philosophical rhythmology” such as Atopological Trilogy (Punctum, 2015) and Non-Conceptual Negativity (Punctum, 2019). In this seventh chaotic variation of Obsolete Capitalism’s Chaos Sive Natura tracks, Zafer is both the author of the music and of the essay accompanying the vinyl, entitled An Essay on Desonance. He is also the author of the disquieting images that accompany the work, making him a visual artist tout-court. This nearly thirty-minute mini-album features four long electronic tracks, and introduces us to Zafer's parallel world populated with paintings inspired by Francis Bacon as well as by some 'dramatic' illustrations presented as variations of the prehistoric 'menhir' theme, and by Dutch painters’ engravings of the 16th and 17th centuries. Chaos Variation VII is a very rich work of high artistic value, in which theory, philosophy of rhythm, music, paintings and chaos, are best expressed in a synthesis that can only be defined as the 'affective avant-garde of the XXI century'.