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Boomkat Product Review:
The seductively low-key synth-pop/house alias of Sven Riger (SVN, Dreesvn, PG Sounds) digs out a vintage batch of recordings made circa his sought-after ‘Rejected’ LP in 2010-2011
Rescued from his HD at the behest of Cologne’s Film label, the eight tracks of ‘Tase’ blush with a similar sort of soft-lit allure and slunky blend of loose drums, smoked-out vocals and smudged vibes as found on his debut, a decade ago.
Recorded onto 16-track tape machine, Riger’s creations writhe and roll in effortless, late-night/early-morning style, from what sounds like a blunted Tin Man on ’Silence’, to something like an imaginary jam between Move D and KDJ with ‘New Light’, or adjunct to Huerco S. in ‘Paradise’, while ‘The Dog’ trades in most hypnotic deep house tug, and it’s hard to avoid the drowsy pull of gems such as ‘Skateboard’ and the Theo Parrish-esque ‘Slide’.