" Sure, Suraj Mani writes great songs, but more than that, it's his journey that will leave you buzzing "
Suraj Mani is a critically acclaimed rock musician based out of Bangalore.
Formerly the front man of the legendary Indian band Motherjane, his act Suraj Mani -The Tattva Trip breaks the barrier between rock and poetry.
An iconic singer-songwriter, composer & lyricist, he has won awards as best rock vocalist in India & Asia and performed on stages alongside bands like Opeth, Megadeth, & Mr.Big amongst others.
On a big stage or in an intimate venue, he will take you on an unforgettable trip through time and space.
Best Rock Vocalist in Asia
AVIMA 2010 The World’s Largest Indie Awards
The Jack Daniels Rock Awards 08-09
The Leon Ireland Award 08-09
Best Album Art - The Tattva Trip
The Jack Daniel Rock Awards 2014
Best Rock Act in Asia
AVIMA 2008 The World’s Largest Indie Awards
Rock Act of The Decade
Rock Street Journal
Best Rock Album - ‘Maktub’
Rolling Stone Magazine 2008
Unwind Awards 2008
Best Rock Album - ‘Insane Biography’
Unwind Awards 2002
Radio charting artist
Rinse and Repeat' reached #2 & #3 on
World Indie and Euro Indie Music charts 2020
" Suraj Mani has a way with metaphors like few other Indian rock musicians "
- Rolling Stone Magazine
" Suraj Mani is known for his songwriting and can produce a product that can touch the
listener’s soul and move him or her deeply "
- Pepsi MTV Indies
" That was very good! Moving words, powerful performance. Great face paint too! "
- Ian Rankin (Order of The British Empire/Fellow of The Royal Society of Edinburgh)
" One of the most notable singers and song writers in the rock history of India. His series on the 'Tattva Tripper' is legendary "
"He takes the listener off to another world, a different state-of-mind that can only be found between the restlessness and dueling confinements in his voice"
- Hollywood Digest
"Waves of emotion, soundwaves calling out into the night ignite when his voice strikes against the guitar’s strings. It’s like a spark, the flint hitting the hammerstone"