PSR-0033 – aTelecine – aVigillant Carpark EP 7” limited 300
PSR-0038 – aTelecine – A Cassette Tape Culture CS limited 23
PSR-0039 – aTelecine – A Cassette Tape Culture LP limited 500
PSR-0043 – aTelecine – A Cassette Tape Culture (Phase 2) Digital-only
PSR-0044 – aTelecine – A Cassette Tape Culture (Phase 3) Digital-only
PSR-0046 – aTelecine – The Falcon and The Pod (LP and Digital)
PSR-0047 – aTelecine – Sounds That Gods Fear (LP and Digital)
PSR-0048 – aTelecine – Origin of the Obsolete Robot (LP and Digital)
PSR-0049 – aTelecine – Omnibus Boxset (3LPs + 7”) LIMITED 300!!!
FOX NEWS – “Nonetheless, acting in the more “traditional” sense isn’t the only avenue Grey is now exploring. “I’m working on my band (entitled aTelecine) and we’re coming out with an album called the ‘Falcon in the Pod,’” she said. “It is experimental noise – a hybrid of a few sounds we’ve been developing for the record.” – Read it here – 05/09/11
VILLAGE VOICE – “With a minimal/electronic project called aTelecine and an ever-growing music collection, Grey shows an impressive range for someone so young-and especially for someone involved in the adult industry. She’s currently promoting her brand-new photo book, Neü Sex, which documents her recent life in self portraits: From post-coital stupors to silly faces snapped in mirrors, the book is an intimate look at what it’s like to be Sasha Grey, as well as what it’s like to be her husband, filmmaker Ian Cinnamon, who helped create many of the photos.” – Read it here – 03/30/11
aTELECINE is: Sasha Grey + Pablo St. Francis with additional members: Anthony Djuan + Ian C
Many know Sasha Grey for her starring role in Steven Soderbergh’s “Girlfriend Experience” or as Vince Chase’s girlfriend on ‘Entourage’ or as the starlet on the cover of October 2010’s issue of Playboy Magazine. Although Sasha has now released several LPs and 7” with her band aTelecine and has also worked with Current 93 lending her vocals to “Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain”, she is only beginning to be known for her contributions to the musical unit known as aTelecine; yet Sasha has always made music. Sasha was inspired to play music by groups such as Throbbing Gristle and KMFDM and has been recording music since she was 15 years old.
So what does aTelecine sound like? aTelecine take an experimental approach to making music in the form of sound collages which bring to mind artists such as Nurse With Wound and Coil branching out into a world of dark ambient and death-dub. Their music is ever evolving and mutating and it’s only with each new album that they release that we are able to glimpse where they are heading.