Still, both have devoted themselves to making music that, for the most part, sounds like house and techno. Night after night, they're in SVN's studio, a small room in Berlin's Neues Deutschland building that's packed with synths, drum machines, tape recorders and all manner of other hardware, much of it old and battered. They spend hours recording loops to tape and layering them over each other, slowly shaping winding, oddball grooves. The results are unconventional but by no means esoteric—even in its strangest moments, Dresvn's music is rhythmic, hypnotic and even euphoric. This is dance music for a scene that doesn't exist.
For their RA Sessions, Krumm and SVN lugged a van-load of gear into the RA office to deliver what might be the dreamiest piece of music they've ever made together—a long, drifting cut that, like most of their music, has no title.