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After the Flood


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After the Flood was a recording project that featured an ever-changing rotation of contributors
centering around producer Dale Lloyd. ATF informally began in 1989 as a series of basement
recordings made between Lloyd and friends. ATF’s self titled debut was later released on
cassette in 1991 on Manna, a recording label founded by Caroline Davenport and Dale Lloyd
which operated from 1990 to 1992. The first ATF release featured contributions from members
of My Diva, Sage, Sky Cries Mary, The Blackouts, Biota, Forever And A Day, Agra Mecca,

Control Freak, Maxine, Vertigo Bus, and Sound Color. In 1993, Clark Von Trotha and Lloyd
formed the æ label and in 1995 the first ATF release was reissued, remixed and remastered on
CD with newly recorded tracks replacing some of the original ones.

Following the success and warm reception of the first release, in 1996 work began on a
second ATF entitled “After The Flood 2” which featured contributions from members of
Cindytalk, Bowery Electric, Windy & Carl, Labradford, Climax Golden Twins, Lucid, My Diva,
and artists Cyndia Pickering who (later changed her name to Sylvi Alli), Marc Olsen (Sage, Sky
Cries Mary), Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive), Mark Holt (later changed name to Mark Wand
- Sound Color, Trick Deck), Maxine and Steve Ball (League Of Crafty Guitarists).

ATF 2 was released in 1998 on the æ label in coordination with the World Domination label.

Early in 1999, æ dissolved as a recording label, and there have been no further plans to

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  • flintxxx

    saw this used in a good independent record shop, that has sadly since closed. i bought it purely cuz of the artwork. suprised to find the music was quite good. very artsy

    29 Aug 2008 Reply

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