Khushboo Malhotra
An Autodidactic Ambivert! Music gives wings to my mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. Have a story? Contact me at Instagram: @ItsKayOfficial


UK rock trio The Pale White have rapidly gained attention with their thunderous, hip-shaking music and magnetic live shows. The band's latest offering, 'Unnatural', is a rock 'n' roll anthem that comes packed with powerful vocals and infectious swagger. We had a chance to sit down with the band in the midst of their southern UK tour to talk about their latest release, tour life, their career so far, future plans and much more.


Formed in early 2018, London-based trio Chains Of Daisy combine country rock, rhythm, and blues influences for an all-encompassing sound. Earlier in the month they released their debut EP 'Dead As Stone' and we caught up with the band to chat about their new release, their journey so far and much more.

ALBUM REVIEW: The Alchemy – Chemical Daydream

Introducing anthemic band The Alchemy, a new rock outfit from Canterbury, UK, who have recently released their debut album 'Chemical Daydream', a blend of rock, indie and electronic music. Do the band impress with their debut full-length? Read on to hear our thoughts!

EP REVIEW: High Rise – Endeavours

Forming through their mutual love of hardcore, London's High Rise return with their new EP 'Endeavours'. Three years on from their record 'Left It For Everything', the five-piece are back and as strong as ever.

ALBUM REVIEW: Mantra – Dreamland

Mantra, a London based trio formed in 2016, are latest in the queue of alternative rockers. This year marks the release of their debut album Dreamland, out now via Dine Alone Records, which was recorded with producer Tom Dalgety to intensify their explosive sonic prowess.

ALBUM REVIEW: Blood Youth – Starve

There's been a lot of excitement surrounding Blood Youth in the run up to the release of their new album 'Starve', and we can see why. Even though the band haven't left their roots and still have their ‘old-school’ vibe, there is so much more depth to their new material. Here's what we thought of their latest effort.