There was a period of a few years in the 2000s that d&K could do no wrong. Then it did. They were well known for being the less known Viennese duo for downtempo, deep house, and that vibe. Remixes were also a big part of their work, and this culminated in Fakes, a full LP with some of their best works in one place. I’m really glad I found this one many, many years ago, and tonight I listened to Side D. It includes their remix of Nitin Sawhney’s Homelands, a seminal track in their work. It’s got everything that d&K represent in one track. House kicks, dub bass, lush vocal samples, and percussion for days. It’s a delight every time I hear it.