"Melodic Funkateers still at their best" Blues &'Soul Magazine 2018

This band Is fierce! *Carleen Anderson*
The soul Immigrants are true soul brothers! *Charles Bradley*

It's good to see Sunk Without The Funk from The Soul Immigrants finally committed to vinyl. This will have longevity In many DJs record boxes *Snowboy*

You're in my Top Ten best singles for November! *DJ Dom Servini Wah Wah
There's a funk riot going on in South London leading the revolt are the Soul Immigrants and this band's realistic sounding Deep Funk must be shared! DJ Prestige 

A keyboard lovers paradise( and some great drumming featured as well) this reminds me of some Lonnie Smith at Club Mozambique fast and furious and on the brink of being out of control!  An unabashed horniness seems to resound round these guys! Fleamarketfunk.com 

'These boys have got their groove on.' Steve Cropper



*A potent gumbo stew of funk,soul and jazz with distinctive british swagger* Jazzworld.com

*Skilful musicianship and penchant for a catchy,funky melody redolent of Al Jarreau with flashy guitar work and the rawest of alto sax.the soul house.net

*Simply top-notch. Rich, soulful vocals and some fierce primal grooves give these guy the edge. I was spellbound by their performance...*- Blues & Soul Magazine.
*The Soul Immigrants know and respect soul’s wonderful heritage*


Here's an interview which gives you Emrys and the bands' musical story.
Blues and Soul Magazine...

A potted history of the band....

 The Jazz Cafe London Review from Blues &  Soul Magazine

  Some reviews for our Latest album release 'The Hustle Is On' on the Blue & Green site & Frankly My Dear  plus Monkey Boxing y