In 2007, Zabriskie recorded We Were Wrong under the name lo-fi is sci-fi with Marc Sirdoreus (better known as Marc with a C). In 2009, he turned his attention towards instrumental music, first releasing The Dark Glow of the Mountains. The album"s stark electronic minimalism was a departure from his previous work.
Two more instrumental albums, I Am a Manitoba Who Will Fight for Your Honor and Preludes followed in the same year.
He continues to release new ambient music on a regular basis. Zabriskie self-releases his albums on his website and is also a vocal supporter of BitTorrent and file sharing, and has said that he leaks his own records to various torrent sites in advance of their release dates.
As of March 2009, Zabriskie offers free downloads of all of his music on his website. In 2011, Zabriskie joined WMFU"s Free Music Archive and changed the Creative Commons license on his music to be much more permissive and open.
Zabriskie is also an occasional filmmaker, with producing and editing work including music videos for John Vanderslice, as well as various short films and many of his own music videos.
In 2010, he released a feature film, Tretet, on his website, created using amateur footage of the 1939 New York World"s Fair re-edited into what Zabriskie calls "a science-fiction film."
Her Story (2015).