Danielle Palardy Roger may be the less popular among the 3 female members from the Montreal music artists’ collective Ambiances Magnétiques. The drummer constantly kept a lesser profile than Joane Hétu or Diane Labrosse (not forgetting male counterparts like René Lussier or Jean Derome), specifically because the disbanding of the group Justine. She hardly ever leads her personal music group, but she still performs frequently for the Montreal free of charge improv circuit and composes modern traditional music (for the Outfit Contemporain de Montréal, amongst others). Probably moreover, her business Productions SuperMémé-SuperMusique has turned into a major maker of songs events. Roger fulfilled keyboardist Labrosse and saxophonist Hétu in the past due ’70s through the loose experimental collectives that got becomes animating the Montreal underground in the past. Like them she actually is self-taught on drums. The trio founded Productions SuperMémé-SuperMusique in 1979 to deal with their personal business and began playing together. Having a few more ladies they shaped Wondeur Brass, whose first recording arrived in 1985 for the label Ambiances Magnétiques; soon after these were asked to be members from the collective. Roger was also area of the trio Les Poules with Hétu and Labrosse, an organization that moved from the rock-in-opposition audio of the additional clothing to explore freer grounds. Wondeur Brass produced another LP in 1988, Simoneda Reine des Esclaves, before changing in to the quartet Justine with Roger, Hétu, Labrosse, and bassist Marie Trudeau. With this group the drummer toured Canada, the U.S., and European countries, appearing in the RingRing Event (Belgrade) in 1997. The group disbanded soon after. While her co-workers shifted to solo tasks, Roger centered on the company that they had co-founded and which she became the only real director. Roger offers only one single record to her credit, the innovative children story L’Oreille Enflée (1994). The discharge of Tricotage, a duo program with bassist Joëlle Léandre in 2000, proclaimed her comeback on disk.