|Genres||Industrial music, Noise music|
|Labels||Dais Records, Pendu Sound|
|Past members||Sasha Grey
Pablo St. Francis
aTelecine is an American industrial band featuring Ian Cinnamon and Sveio. Their debut album The Falcon and the Pod was released on August 9, 2011. They released their first EP aVigillant Carpark in 2009 in 7 inch vinyl only. aTelecine's first live concert took place in Kraków during Unsound Festival on October 20, 2012. The band is best known for being co-founded by former pornographic actress Sasha Grey.
aTelecine began as an industrial music collaboration between Sasha Grey and Pablo St. Francis in 2008. They have since added members Anthony D'Juan and Ian C. Their first EP, aVigillant Carpark, was released in 2009 by New York label Pendu Sound in 7 inch vinyl only. In 2010, aTelecine released their first LP, ...And Six Dark Hours Pass released on Dais Records, and in November of the same year followed it up with the LP A Cassette Tape Culture (Phase One). In August 9, 2011, aTelecine's first full length album, The Falcon and the Pod, was released; this album is the first of a planned trilogy.
In July 2013, it was announced that Sasha Grey was no longer a member of the group and that Ian Cinnamon and new vocalist, Sveio, were the only remaining full-time members.
- The Falcon and the Pod (2011)
- Sounds That Gods Fear (2012)
- Entkopplung (Dais Records, 2012) 
- The Origin of the Obsolete Robot (2013)
- aVigillant Carpark (2009)
- ...And Six Dark Hours Pass (Dais Records, 2010)
- A Cassette Tape Culture (Phase One) (2010)
- A Cassette Tape Culture (Phase Two) (2011)
- A Cassette Tape Culture (Phase Three) (2011)
- "Unsound 2012: First Acts Announced". TheQuietus.com. June 11, 2012. Retrieved 2012-06-12.
First up is aTelecine, who will be delivering the world premiere of their live show. Consisting of Sasha Grey, Pablo St. Francis, Ian Cinnamon and Anthony D'Juan, their music draws heavily from early British industrial, with Grey having cited TG and Coil especially as influences in the past.
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- "PlayGround Mix 149: aTelecine". Retrieved 2013-08-05.