During 2015, seminal South African imprint Soulistic Music celebrated ten years at the forefront of dance music culture championing a unique sound that effortlessly blends deep house, Afro beat, minimal, lounge, broken beat and nu-jazz.
Under the astute and future focused vision of founder Nkosinathi Maphumulo (Black Coffee) and label boss Amaru Da Costa, Soulistic Music successfully launched and nurtured the careers of numerous local artists including Black Coffee himself, Culoe De Song, Zakes Bantwini and Soulstar amongst others.

And as the tribal rhythm and hypnotic hooks of Afro house wins an ever increasing deluge of love and attention from music lovers across the globe, Soulistic Music is forging into a second decade the herald to a re-invigoured stable of fresh and formidable artists.
Introducing #SoulisticMusicWave featuring Da Capo, Soulstar and Unplugged. Fifteen carefully selected songs produced by three different but equally distinctive Soulistic Music artists to be released simultaneously across three album EPs. An audio tsunami of sorts with love from Soulistic Music to you.
#SoulisticMusicWave is about re-connecting with and re-introducing fans to the Soulistic Music sound for a new era. And about the pure experience of music created especially for you, our fan.
Fans can also look forward to total sensory onslaught as EP artists Da Capo, Soulstar and Unplugged take to the road to bring the #SoulisticMusicWave live experience to your doorstep.
A series of #SoulisticMusicWave launch events will be hosted in Gauteng and Durban, kicking off on Tuesday, April 26th at Zone6 in Soweto and Taliban in Ga-Rankuwa. Line-up support from the Soulistic Music artist stable and special guests including Black Coffee, Culoe De Song, Shimza, Jullian Gomes, Oskido, Vinny Da Vinci and more.
All three #SoulisticMusicWave EPs will be released in April and will be available on iTunes.
Following on the #SoulisticMusicWave EPs, all three artists will commence work on their respective full length albums due for release at a later stage.
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