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Si Senor’s Nick Stapleton has taken the KLF proposition that The Groove’s The Thing to heart on “For The Young”. The interplay of beats and bass are smack in the pocket and the production is sparse and simple – exactly what’s needed to support the song. This nice tight radio edit motors along as effortlessly as a Bentley. This is still early work from Si Senor, and promises great things in the year ahead.

Tom Robinson of BBC6 Music (on BBC 6music Introducing)

Bikeminded shorts, my music accompanies Julia Chidleys film

Bikeminded shorts, my music accompanies Julia Chidleys film at this film festival in London. Pop down for a look..

Janapar’ is showing also. My friends seen this guys films he is an avid cyclist and has cycled around the world and really loves this guys films this certainly looks great and this one looks great .

Played on this radio show on the Net 19th Jan 2013

My tunes sometimes pop up on this cool net station in the next couple of weeks so I have been told. Check Jims blog for new artists and news and stuff, he plays some good classic and new upbeat music for a friday of the indie and electronic variety so have a tune in :)  http://alternativefriday.com/category/the-show/

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1st Review from MARCH 2012 BBC6 Music Fresh on the net.

Tom Robinson of BBC6 Music (on BBC 6music Introducing) review from his fresh net blog for the song For The Young.

Si Senor’s Nick Stapleton has taken the KLF proposition that The Groove’s The Thing to heart on “For The Young”. The interplay of beats and bass are smack in the pocket and the production is sparse and simple – exactly what’s needed to support the song. This nice tight radio edit motors along as effortlessly as a Bentley. This is still early work from Si Senor, and promises great things in the year ahead.

http://freshonthenet.co.uk/2012/03/faves4/

Polo Heart. Review from BBC6 Fresh on the net 17 DEC 2012

Tom Robinson of BBC6 Music (on BBC 6music Introducing) Second Review (on BBC 6music Introducing) review from his fresh net blog for the song Polo Heart.

Si Señor is a band led by by Nick Stapleton, with Tony Mason on bass. The two met at Wolverhampton Art College, but the band are now based in Manchester, while the name Si Señor /Yes Sir was influenced by numerous winter holidays to Spain in order to escape the British weather! While their other material has more of a dance vibe to it, ‘Polo Heart’ is a slower but warm electronic pop track, with a great melody and interesting vocals that remind me a little of Lloyd Cole.

http://freshonthenet.co.uk/faves43/

¡Sí Señor!

Photos by http://www.jonescophotography.com/

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Nice graffiti from the walls on Brick Lane

Good thing about visiting London now and again is seeing the fresh street art on Brick Lane, this nice piece seems to be influenced by last years riots. Hope even though this area is changing. There is still room for such street art.

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Why Si Señor/Yes Sir …..We are a hard working nation (in the UK) we have very little holiday, but its all we think about. Our deepest darkest winters only serve to make us dream of beaches sun and endless swimming. For many of us in the UK our dream would be to have a great british summer every year or at least a  few months of guaranteed sun.


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Always pass it on my travels to see family x A14 LOVE IT