Aayushi Karnik was born twenty-six years ago in the port town of Surat, on the east coast of India. Graduated in architecture and jazz and blues guitarist, her interest in music began as a teenager, when through links on YouTube she tried to imitate the techniques of her favorite groups such as Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Simon & Garfulkel or Chuck Berry. With her headphones already worn out, she was recommended to listen to an Indian blues band called Soulmate, led by guitarist Ray Wallang, a well-known musician on the blues circuit in her country. From that meeting, Aayushi understood that the blues would be her devotion. She formed her first band, Red Blues, and discovered John Mayer, a musician who would be her biggest idol. She moved to New York in 2018 and entered the Juilliard School in Manhattan where she continues to learn and perfect her technique with the instrument. With a fellow student, bassist Gabe Rupe, in 2021 they recorded four songs in acoustic format and self-produced a first EP, "The Summer Children", being the preamble to this first album "Troublemaker" produced by The Audiophile Society in New York and backed by a veteran rhythm section in town, bassist Gregory Jones and drummer Todd Turkisher. There are seven originals and three covers performed from a revolutionary and majestic vision of blues, where jazz shows its most eclectic side, leaving enough space for the influences of rock and folk to have a corner from which to evolve with fresh and attractive ideas. This woman is especially talented and proposes us not to lose sight of her in the future.