The Most Beautiful Boy In Brazil


The result of our promo mailout of this Ep has been enormous. So far we have never received so many great reviews and feedbacks of any other Deeplay release.

Think of summer in Brazil then you get the picture of this EP.

The Most Beautiful Boy In Brazil – is an 11 minutes anthem. A journey you would never want to end. A nice percussive groove with all the great elements of sax solos, flute parts and a stunning keyboard hook All tastemakers went nuts about this track.
Brazilesque - Groovy latin rhythms!!! With a funky live guitar. Here we go!!!!
Via Monte Napoleone - Takes it down to a mellow French deep house feeling with a smooth piano groove but still very rhythmic and funky.

Tracklisting :
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a1. The Most Beautiful Boy In Brazil
b1. Brazilesque
b2. Via Monte Napoleone

Reviews :

Greg Fenton (7 Magazine)
Following the gorgeous 'My Love' comes this equally excellent release. Combining all of my favourite elements from jazz to Latin, this journeys through an emotive arrangement just right for those long summer nights. And both Brazilesque and Via Monte Napoleone toughen the rhythms on the flip to perfectly complement this must-have EP. 5 (Essential)

Mark Moore (Blues & Soul)
This eleven minute epic, "The Most Beautiful Boy in Brazil", is as blissful as it comes. With sax solo, warm female vocal snatches, flute accompaniments, free flowing keys, which will make your jaw drop and ears prick up, "The Most Beautiful Boy in Brazil", is a superb Latin rhythmic groove. House heads and jazz fans will relish this. The b-side's "Brazilesque" is a quality Latin groover with live guitar and "Via Monte Napoleone" moves deeper into French house territory with quality keys and funky bassline. Stunning. 5/5.

Ben Watt (Lazy Dog)
Breezy, jazzy and rolling ... like this

Kris Keegan (M8)
This 11-minute epic Latin/jazz fusion sends the senses wild. Neat percussion and a live sax combine and build nicely for an effortless listening experience that lets you know summer is finally here. 7/8

Phil Cheeseman (Dj Mag)
Never mind Norway and all that Royksopp bollocks, any fool can tell that Sweden 's Physics are where it's at Scandinavian-wise. Like its title, 'The Most Beautiful Boy In Brazil' is long and languorous, and with the help of some mellow keys, flute and of course the expected sax, it grooves along fluidly. There is perhaps a final element lacking, like a killer top line melody, and in places it's a little too subtle for its own good - a stripped down dub wouldn't have gone amiss - but ultimately it's another handy tool for those sultry open air sessions. 3.5/5

Alan Russell (Muzik)
The Physics crew continue to impress with this killer set. With rasping sax, layered synth, string and piano lines and a relentless groove that is bursting with positive vibes, this is another slice of pure class. 4/5