Maati Baani consists of Hindustani vocalist Nirali Kartik and award-winning composer/music producer Kartik Shah. Together both Nirali and Kartik have collaborated with more than 200 musicians across the globe from 30 countries including Inner Mongolia, Israel, USA and many European countries.
Maati Baani’s sound is a mix of India’s rare folklore and classical music with the blend of funk and blues.
Nirali’s Hindustani roots and Kartik’s nomadic vision has given the bands its distinct folk-pop sound.
India has a rich musical heritage – from the great maestros of Indian classical to the vernacular poetry, India has a lot to offer in terms of music. Maati Baani’s sound is rooted in musical traditions of India in way that the audience across the globe can relate to and enjoy.
Concerts with Maati Baani
Maati Baani in De Nieuwe Kerk, The Hague
Videos with Maati Baani
Articles with Maati Baani
Mumbai, May 21, 2018: Holland based company – DesiYUP’s Artist Meet in JW Marriott Mumbai was graced by talented Indian musicians and singers. Indian music and ragas are not only appreciated, but also soulfully enjoyed in most foreign countries and Holland is no exception. But what’s different in Holland is the beautiful amalgamation of singers, musicians and artists that people get to witness and cherish their art, thanks to DesiYUP.
My one on one interaction with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can be stated as an epic moment. On the 27th of June 2017 he visited The Hague for just halve a day.
It’s so heartwarming that the Representatives of the Dutch parliament posted the song ‘Rang Rangiya’ on their Facebook Page. This song about love and brotherhood is produced by MaatiBaani (lead: Kartik Shah and Nirali Kartik).
Artistes Nirali Kartik and Kartik Shah are jamming via Skype and recording with fellow musicians living miles away; their band “Maatibaani” takes making world music pretty literally.