In the gallery of music, the K&D sessions are masterful works on display while this album, Conversions, is the opening night party only true art purveyors can attend. Although Conversions is widely available, tracks like "Find Me" by Skanna and "The Lick" by Earl Grey are not. Hearing them joined in K&D fashion is a true privilege in many ways, simply because the most elusive aspect of K&D is a way to aptly define their sensual Viennese blend of jungle. The track selection on this mix is wonderful, starting with lighter, surface-stepping tracks like "Dat's Cool," then moving onto genre-defining and all too timeless classics like PFM's "One and Only" and "Find Me," and ending finally with deeper, bottom-heavy tracks soaking in ambient wealth. Each one highlights varying degrees of melody and rhythm, some jazzier than others, some more dramatic with percussion. The elusive beauty, however, harbors in K&D's ability to effortlessy glide the listener along each orchestrated bar of these tracks, gently pulling the listening experience on top of the high notes and then dropping it into an infinite undercurrent of depth. The ride is stitched seamlessly by K&D, the experience worthy of endless repetition.