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“It’s hard to find a band that can speak to an eclectic and diverse crowd,” says Debony Burrowes of State of the Arts and Culture. “There’s something in that soulful funk that everyone gets.”

As the Funky Indie Soul quartet Soulganic prepares to release their third studio album, Didactic Interstice, in 2013, they look forward to continuing to serve up grooves that speak to the masses.

Soulganic’s signature sound has been described as “organic music from the soul” (OkayPlayer), “a perfected blend of funk and soul” (Soulified, UK), and “the bluesy soul of old-style R&B, laced with Latin percussion” (Skope Magazine). They’ve also drawn comparisons to artists as varied as Santana, Nikka Costa, Living Colour, Curtis Mayfield, and Buddy Miles. Whether it’s pulsating rhythms with Latin overtones, hard-edged rock riffs, raw emotional blues refrains, fluid jazz phrasing, or insistent funk and soul syncopation, Soulganic’s compositions carry a meaning that’s universal: “Aspects of existence,” according to Creative Loafing‘s Jeff Hahne. “Life, love and all the things that go along with it.”

Formed in 2005, Soulganic’s music has garnered a reputation of being “organic, growing moment by moment with aural combinations that are pleasing to the soul,” said music writer Branna Calloway.

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