Nylon Trax is pleased to present “Sinta-se,” the follow up single from the Sao Paulo-based DJ Leandro P., featuring his seasoned uncle Devail on vocals. Leandro P. (given name: Leandro Pereira) is a staple of the Brazilian deep house scene, DJ’ing at renowned club events like Deep Soul Sessions, Ritual House, and Grooveland Party as well as broadcasting his weekly Ritual House Sessions radio show on Discotheque Radio. His sets are known for blending all the possibilities of rhythmic electronic beats, melodies and vocals with sprinkles of jazz, soul, afro-beat, and disco while keeping the vibe deep. Devail was born Devail José da Silva in 1955 in São Luiz do Paraitinga (SP), one of many talented family members and drawing inspiration from his father and older brothers. Devail began his career as guitarist at age 14 and went playing in several dance bands in the Paraíba Valley and region, developing a taste for musical diversity.
The song “Sinta-se” is an evocative deep house number with rolling percussive elements, flowing synth pads, and warm bass pulses accompanying Devail captivating and haunting vocal. The song was inspired by the observation that people always seek your light and happiness outside of themselves, without realizing it. In addition to the superb original Leandro P. also provides a Broken Beat Mix which adds some distinctive rhythmic interplay to the proceedings. Heavy remixes by New Yorkers Franke Estevez (West End Records, Jellybean Soul), and Jaymz Nylon (Nylon Trax) take an already out of this sphere track to uncharted soundscapes. Closing out the package, Lusi Mel and Monocles & Slezz, sons of South Africa, AKA the new house music capital of the world, seal their remixes of “Sinta-se” in internal deepness.
Abicah Soul - “Nice package.”
Spiritual Blessings - “Lusi Mel made a deep, deep remix on this. Wow! I also love in a special way what Franke Estevez and Monocles & Slezz made … great grooves and remixes.”
Q-Burns Abstract Message - “Lusi Mei’s mix is the one for me … atmospheric and evocative and … yes, indeed … deep!”
Nick Holder - “Dope!”
Kai Alcé - “Nice and deep.”
DJ Bool (Jerk House Connection) - “Classy groove … deep and soulful. I adore this.”
Aja Allsop (Ketch A Vibe Radio Show) - “Seriously kicks a beat … we love it!”
Joey Silvero (Distant People) - “Smooth and easy feel … I like the percussion and Rhodes piano.”
Deepshizzol - “NIce deepness right here! Lusi Mel’s mix is the cut … great work!”
DJ Nova (Rodon FM, Greece) - “The Jaymz Nylon remix is raw house with an Afro-Brazilian chant that attracts you like a magnet.”
DJ Deeka (Radioactive FM, New Zealand) - “I’ve been missing this kind of vibe … nice percussion grooves and deep vocals.”
Michael Fossati (Spirit Of House) - “A stellar remix by Monocles & Slezz giving the track an eternal deep house touch.”
Dean Serafini (JJazproJect) - “A refreshing vibe with really distinctive vocals.”
Eddy Spirit (Spirit Crew) - “Nylon Trax continues to offer delicate gifts for all those who love the deep afro sound. The Monocles & Slezz Groove Soul Dub is particularly a sure shot for the dance floor.”
Available now from Beatport.