Thomas Sutter of Regicide Bureau and Next Radio invited Zygurat Consortium and Beta Carrotene from Hornswoggle over to his home studio for an evening of noise-making merriment in 1994, and Trou-De-Loup was the result.
Oral Gestation Artefacts was an experimental music label that existed in Saint Louis, Missouri from 1994 to 2001. It was founded to encourage local musicians from different music genres to experiment with one another in a free improvisational setting and to release recordings by such artists. It also encouraged sonic experimentation between musicians and non-musicians, as well as musicians who were proficient on traditional instruments to experiment with non-instruments. Artists studying at local universities also participated, and O.G.A. (as it was known) was also active in the mail-art and visual art genres.