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Hari ★ Sukhmani fuse folk music from the land of Punjab with ambient electronica to create a sound that is fresh and eclectic. Confined not to any single music genre, their sound embodies their powerful, singular, and independent spirit. inspired by writings of Sufi poets like Bulleh Shah, Baba Farid, Kabir, and Shah Hussain, the band’s aim is to make music that speaks to the soul, resonating with generations to come. Sukhmani Malik is a trained Hindustani classical vocalist while Hari Singh is a producer, vocalist and an audio engineer.

Their original musical act has seen them globetrotting with their music, spreading their earthy sounds. They have been featured on UK’s BBC Radio 1, Coke Studio @ MTV Season 2 (India), Star World’s The Dewarists (Season 2), Fox Traveller’s Sound Trek, Balcony TV Delhi, and Tehelka Music Project. They have also collaborated with several artists, converging different musical traditions with Noori (Pakistan), Arshad Khan (Indian classical Israj player), Thu Le (Western classical guitarist, Vietnam), Trilok Gurtu (Percussionist), Fakhruddin Gaffari (Percussionist, Iran) and Earthstage (Chillout jazz band, Goa) are some of their recent collaborations.

Their motto is to leave behind cultural, religious, caste and creed divides, and transform oneself with a new discipline called music.
Happy, soulful music.

To book, Email: hari.sukhmani@gmail.com or
Call: Subir Malik, Parikrama inc. # +91 9810058388

Hari ★ Sukhmani Hari & Sukhmani, Chandigarh, India

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