|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Zero State||15||Audio||1996||Machine Heart Productions|
|2||Sperm Warfare||7||Audio||1995||T.E.Q. Music?|
|3||No Nations No Peoples||15||Audio||2002||Hexagon Records|
Bev Stanton was born in the Bahamas and raised near Walt Disney World. She recorded ALP's first project, Sperm Warfare, in her basement, and it was released in Europe by Britain's TEQ Music. After TEQ folded, Stanton independently released over a dozen CDs. Her early internet presence prompted Keyboard Magazine to feature her in a cover story on indie-music promotion. Stanton has gained recognition as a "remix master" (Washington Post). Her solo material, which combines the quirkiness of Bjork, and the ennui of Moby, has won over a dozen Washington Area Music Awards (WAMMIES) in the Electronica category.