Keyboardist and sampler musician Diane Labrosse is a primary person in the Montreal avant-garde music collective Ambiances Magnétiques. In the 1980s, she had taken part within a string of avant-pop feminist groupings. Later, she turned from keyboards towards the sampler and from rock and roll to electronica improv. Although she’s released single albums, her best-known functions have already been with collaborators Ikue Mori and Martin Tétreault. She also shows up on several albums by additional Ambiances Magnétiques performers, specifically Jean Derome, Joane Hétu, and Michel F. Côté. She actually is co-founder and creative co-director from the Montreal-based concert creation organization Productions SuperMémé. Labrosse was gravitating toward L’Enfant Fort as well as the Pouêt Pouêt Music group, collectives of left-field music artists that predate the origins of Ambiances Magnétiques. There she fulfilled saxophonist/vocalist Hétu and drummer Danielle P. Roger and jointly they produced the all-girl group Wondeur Brass. Her quirky key pad playing, which used unusual post-new influx sounds, provided the music group its personal on both LPs Ravir (1985) and Simoneda, Reine des Esclaves (1988). The trio also performed beneath the name Les Poules, documenting one record in 1986 (the machine was revived as an improv task in the first 2000s) and with bassist Marie Trudeau as Justine in the first ’90s, Labrosse’s closest clean with popularity, at least in Eastern European countries where in fact the group constructed a cult pursuing. In 1985, along with her co-workers, she was asked to become listed on Ambiances Magnétiques. There she created a particular affinity for drummer Michel F. Côté both in and outdoors music. She added to his initial two Bruire albums (specifically Les Fleurs de Léo), documented a duo Compact disc with him (Duo Déconstructiviste), and jointly they composed the music for Robert Lepage’s play La Géométrie des Wonders (Geometry of Wonders) and toured along with his technical cabaret Zulu Period. Labrosse released her initial solo CD, Encounter Cachée des Choses, in 1995, by the end of Justine’s profession and before signing up for Hétu’s brand-new group Castor et Compagnie. It concentrated for the very first time in the sampler as a musical instrument, a soft-noise path she would stay with after that. Île Bizarre (1998) with Ikue Mori and Martin Tétreault uncovered her function to a global market. With Tétreault, she toured European countries and finally released the duo Compact disc Parasites (2001).