Anne Steele’s new 7-song EP Made Out Of Stars encourages listeners to get up and hit the dance floor.
But there’s more to this collection than meets the ear.
Inspired by Whitney Houston and Barbra Streisand, Steele takes original pop music and gives it a cabaret-dance club flavor in a live setting.
In a novel collaboration with Nash Overstreet and Shane Stevens, Steele takes what used to be known as club music and brings it to new levels. Her youthful voice and upbeat songs can hold their own with the best of the pop stars today.
Made Out Of Stars opens with the future hit “Obsessed,” which is reminicent of New Edition’s 1984 hit “Cool It Now” only with a feminine flair.
“Better” has an electronic sound that appeals to the R and B and “Hip-Pop” crowd and tells the tale of aspiring to more devotion, adoration and love. Steele may have created an entirely new genre with the fun song.
But one of the notables of the record is the remix of “Love Can Take Us There,” a fun disco-like tune reminiscent of Bananarama when they were at their heights.
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