Combining nu-metal with serious pop polish and structure, Alien Ant Farm always felt like a band that lived in two worlds: not quite heavy enough to be metal, but a little too fast-paced for the pop set. And while Alien Ant Farm's genre might be unclear, their entry in the 20th Century Masters series gives fans a bird's-eye view of their career and another opportunity to try nailing down what these guys were up to. Given the musicianship on tracks like "Movies" and their cover of the Michael Jackson classic "Smooth Criminal," while it might be hard to describe, it sure did work.
Mudra Music is in the constant search for new talented artists. This time they want to introduce the new mini-album called "Millenium Journey" by the musician from Saint-Petersburg Veniamin Vigovsky a.k.a. Invisible Inks. The author managed to maintain colors of the classic psychedelic chill-out school with its melodically-atmospheric mood and add the contemporary technological sound. Veniamin has developed his unique style which you can hear in all of his tracks in spite of the variety of musical genres he creates. There are cold modern sounds and warm atmospheric moods mixed in his music.