www.TheImmigrants.com

Click here to listen to the Charlestown CD, released by The Immigrants on Guy Fawke's Night, November 5th, 1994, on Railway House Records.

 
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The Immigrants

The Immigrants

The Immigrants are an underground band consisting of Bill Sheridan on guitar and his brother, Dan, on drums.

SavingPrivateSheridan.com

Saving Pvt. Sheridan

The Charlestown CD is dedicated to our dad, Alfred D. Sheridan, and to the veterans of the 90th Infantry Division who fought in World War II. www.SavingPrivateSheridan.com

Jack Lynch

Dedication Page

The Immigrant website is dedicated to our great-grandfather, Jack Lynch, an Irish immigrant killed on the job in a NYC sewer on August 26, 1908. Click here to read article in the NY Sun.

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The Immigrants...


"The next Morphine?"The Immigrants

The Noise, Rock Around Boston
~ Boston, Massachusetts ~

The Immigrants

These newcomers sport an intriguing sound with an incantatory edge not too far short of compelling. Their melodic instincts are quite keen and the vocalist's phrasing is original and chuck full of irresistible hooks. The next Morphine? Watch this space. Pick hit: "Subway Station." Tape of the month.

The Noise
Boston, Massachusetts


The Immigrants...


"How cool underground music really can be."

Jackie BoyBaby Sue Music Review,
~ Atlanta, Georgia ~

The Immigrants

Amazingly unpretentious music from this duo. If you're looking for busy arrangements and mountains of studio tricks, you can skip to the next review. But if you like smart pop delivered in a straight forward fashion with no frills or gimmicks, you'll want to check out the Immigrants. My favorite tunes here are "Jackie Boy," "Changemaker," and "Shot to Pieces." This here thing goes to show how cool underground music really can be.

Baby Sue Music Review
Atlanta, Georgia


Pit Report
~ Boston, Massachusetts ~

The Immigrants

Live at The Causeway!The Immigrants check in with "four tunes" (clever title) that recall the early workings of The Smiths and The Cure, yet have a gritty element straight out of the early Volcano Suns (The Bright Orange Years and All Night Lotus especially). Lyrics possess a certain weirdness which is not immediately likable, yet is better than the usual pop slop that often ends up here. "Murray & Sadie" is a tale of travel companions, "Enterprise Ride" and "Subway Station" add depth and dimension due to their dissimilarity. The Immigrants are young but unusual. Please keep us up to date.

Pit Report
Boston, Massachusetts

 

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The Immigrants

These newcomers sport an intriguing sound with an incantatory edge not too far short of compelling...

The Immigrants

Their melodic instincts are quite keen and the vocalist's phrasing is original and chuck full of irresistible hooks. The next Morphine?

The Immigrants

Amazingly unpretentious music from this duo... if you like smart pop delivered in a straight forward fashion with no frills or gimmicks, you'll want to check out The Immigrants...

The Immigrants

My favorite tunes here are "Jackie Boy," "Changemaker," and "Shot to Pieces." This here thing goes to show how cool underground music really can be.

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