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“Though they proclaim themselves to be funksters, and they are definitely funky, old school New Orleans R&B runs  through their music like blood runs through veins.”

 Jay Mazza, The Vinyl District

 

“...a solid, well-produced album from a really tight band.” 

Stacey Leigh Bridewell, Offbeat (Apr 23, 2018)

 

“[They] have become known for their high-energy shows and tight ensemble....savvy, genre-conscious arranging...Wolfman-esque” 

Stacey Leigh Bridewell, Offbeat (Apr 23, 2018)

 

“..they’ve mixed elements of jazz ,funk, soul, blues, reggae and gospel to create an album with many facets under a cohesive groove.” 

Stacey Leigh Bridewell, Offbeat (Apr 23, 2018)

 

“It’s good to hear a band whose sound hearkens to back in the day but also has a modern touch......makes this band a level higher than most of the other funk bands in New Orleans and across the U.S.” 

David Kunian - Offbeat 

 

“They’ve got style for days and chops for weeks...” 

Craig A. Dowd - Tri-City News 

 

“...can get a sweaty crowd of dancers and romancers to party all night long.” 

David Kunian - Offbeat

 

“(the) Soul Project are one of the unsung heroes of both the New Orleans and Jersey Shore music scenes” 

Craig A. Dowd - Tri-City News 

 

"... these cats are cutting their own groove, shaking the walls and earning their place among the torchbearers of New Orleans funk."  

Marc Stone - 90.7 WWOZ & Offbeat 

 

-“They aren’t the first band to fuse jazz with soul and funk - and they won’t be the last. But they certainly do it better than just about anybody around.” 

Craig A. Dowd - Tri-City News 

 

-“...this Nola based band... is one of the top acts you should put on your "must see" list...their shows are phenomenal.” 

Night & Day 

 

"...a hip group with horns..." "They are the best at what they do. They skillfully combine elements of jazz, blues, and swing into a groove that draws listeners in like a riptide." 

Jerry Pashin - Upstage