Singer Ann-dee Releases Album "The Fabrique"

The native Long Islander recorded the album in Glen Cove.

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Glen Cove, NY - March 20, 2014 - Long Island native singer/artist Ann-dee has just released a new album, "The Fabrique," a combination of electronica, alternative rock, and pop.
The songs "Miss Me," "Haunted," and the title song,"The Fabrique," are more in the vein of electronica/ dance. Whereas, "I Found My Planet," has an electronic movie theme vibe, and "Dance for the Good Times," as well as "Pussywillow," are pop in spirit.
Ann-dee's music on this album has been influenced by many artists especially punk rocker Deborah Harry of Blondie fame, alternative rock group The Soup Dragons, artist Yoko Ono, and Daft Punk.
"I like experimenting with sound, and I enjoy what I consider a 'driving' sound. This music is electronic and experimental or avant-garde in a sense-I see my voice as an equal part with the instruments that contribute to the musical composition in its entirety. I like music as a feeling and this is definitely fun music I hope listeners enjoy."
"I'm having a great year musically-speaking already."Big Car Dreams,"a song I've written recently, is being produced on the Park Lane Drive Records label as a follow up to my "Beware My Heart," single on that same label. And there's also more to come in electronic music."
The recording on this album was mastered by Fred Guarino of Tiki Recording Studios in Glen Cove, NY.
Songs available at iTunes, Amazon, and Rhapsody.