Alexandre St-Onge can be an ambiguous designer from Montreal. He began playing free of charge jazz on dual bass and quickly progressed into a audio/performance designer. He is one of the era of experimentalists and improvisers that arrived following the Ambiances Magnétiques collective, and was in fact instrumental in creating some connections between that band of performers and younger types revolving around Godspeed You Dark Emperor! He offers released several single albums, and documented and performed with Klaxon Gueule, Undo, Et Sans, and Shalabi Impact. St-Onge studied dual bass. Little is well known of his formative years, but his 1st main musical activity had been recruited by Ambiances Magnétiques drummer Michel F. Côté to create the free of charge improv trio Klaxon Gueule (also with Bernard Falaise). An initial album, Bavards, arrived in 1997, which St-Onge performs inside a traditional American free of charge jazz design. By enough time the group’s second Compact disc, Muets, premiered two years later on, he had deserted conventional playing, concentrating on results, consumer electronics, and textures, dragging the development into European-style electro-acoustic improv. For the time being, the bassist got met the additional, mainly anglophone Montreal avant-garde picture, collaborating with famous brands Sam Shalabi (in his Shalabi Impact, with albums from Alien8 Recordings), David Kristian (the trio Kristian Shalabi St-Onge, also on Alien8), and conceptual designer Christof Migone, once from the Quebec sound-art collective Avatar. St-Onge released an initial solo album, Picture/Négation, in early 1999. It founded his fondness for the exploration of silence and sound, relating his function to performers like Francisco López, John Duncan, Bernhard Günter, and John Hudak. On his second single work, Une Mâchoire et Deux Trous (1999, Namskeio), he constructed eerie textures by placing get in touch with microphones in his mouth area. This idea was created right into a performance-art concept with Migone in the duo Undo. The set also founded the record label Squint Fucker Press in 2001. In the meantime, St-Onge reached a particular level of achievement using the avant-psychedelic clothing Shalabi Impact. He also documented an recording with Godspeed You Dark Emperor!’s Roger Tellier-Craig as Et Sans.