Sascha Funke and wife Julienne Dessagne seemed to put their Saschienne project on hold following the release of their excellent 2012 debut album, Unknown, instead choosing to indulge their post-punk disco and new wave fantasies with a couple of excellent 12" singles as The Twins. Golden Prints, the first new Saschienne single in three years, sits somewhere between the clandestine tech-house and minimal techno of their early work, and the more forthright, stylized feel of The Twins. It offers a trio of woozy, atmospheric cuts, with the numb ambient pop of "Chambre Bleue" leading the way. The snaking, intoxicating builds and coldwave synths of "The End Of The Leopard" also impress, while the horror-influenced throb of "Don't Put Your Fingers In The Socket" is particularly potent.
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