Dreamerqueen

Musical artivist. Independent producer. Composer of catchy and meaningful synthpop tunes. Survivor. Dreamer. Fashion Lover. Woman outside the boxes. Joy stealer. Advocate. Truthseeker.

© N.M. Rose Guedes 2018

*if you would like to write a review, please email dreamerqueen.pop@gmail.com

 

Live to Dream album Reviews

 

"Working with a humble budget and armed with little more than software, inspiration and raw talent, DreamerQueen's debut album Live to Dream is essentially about the art of dancing under conditions where tears would come just as easily, if not more so. Inspired by her own struggles with poverty and navigating a health care and social service system under increasingly dire circumstances, Live To Dream is essentially club music for those long dark nights of the soul."

-Mary Freebed Au (Queen of Aspic)

"Dreamerqueen lifts you up, and inspires with messages of hope and courage. Each track is an anthem in its own right. Relatable. Empowering. Transcendent. These angelic vocals and sick beats are a fantastic combination of sweet and sassy, vulnerable and strong. Simply, awesome."

- Heather M.

 

"Rose's music is so awesome, it feels like you're being transported to another world. 80s and 90s music is coming back right now thanks to the synth sounds and creative lyrics. Let's see if we can get Rose to number one as her music is real, proper music compared to what we have in today's charts."

-Hannah reading

 

 Read comeherefloyd.com review * here *   "I like the celtic vibe in a couple of the songs I've heard with an electronic fusion of elements from the 80's and early 90's. Catchy lyrics with some cryptic themes squeezed in that get you thinking make for a nice poetic combination. I look forward to hearing more. Great job!"    - Corey McRae   "Dreamerqueen is a nice and sweet package with the main overall theme being Dreaming of Better Horizons while struggling with adversity; in a body working against you; against people who dont always have the best intentions in mind; the years of psychological musing of being unsure of yourself. Live To Dream is a cynical yet defiant - and wildly catchy - statement of striving to be with the 'rainbows and icecream' while stuck in a cold winter.  Don’t Read My Lipstick is solid and catchy in every which way - it was the first song i ever heard Rose sing. She has a way of melting you with her voice. Don't read my lipstick makes her sassy attitude clear: despite the sex appeal, Don't try your __ I've heard it all before, but I’m really here for something ‘more' than the likes of that...and if you only knew.  'Rise above the Bully is pretty self explanatory; love is a battlefield and social media and systems infiltrated by folks who are condescending jerks, non-empathic people who can crush ones’  heart and dreams if you let them - especially if you’re different and you stand out. but you have to fly above it.  Light on Lies’ sweet harmonious melody is more about Internal struggles, people not saying what they mean, passive aggressive behaviour.. Much of Dreamerqueens' theme seems to be internal struggles with others who contribute to hurting what may well be the most sacred aspects of the human soul and ability to love oneself. To have self worth. To think with healthy autonomy. to stand up for what's right. It’s against the often unseen adversity which tries to inhibit this among the spirited, among the sensitive. It’s about standing up to it by empowering yourself - and celebrating this in song.  Despite the Environs; Rose is a flower blooming out of the sullen dusk and twilight that is typical of a youth who grew weary and worn down by a cold harsh world, but still has dreams. In the darkening forest this melodic Rose blooms and the stars come out. That is Dreamerqueen."   - Josiah Smith          

Read comeherefloyd.com review *here

"I like the celtic vibe in a couple of the songs I've heard with an electronic fusion of elements from the 80's and early 90's. Catchy lyrics with some cryptic themes squeezed in that get you thinking make for a nice poetic combination. I look forward to hearing more. Great job!" 

- Corey McRae

"Dreamerqueen is a nice and sweet package with the main overall theme being Dreaming of Better Horizons while struggling with adversity; in a body working against you; against people who dont always have the best intentions in mind; the years of psychological musing of being unsure of yourself. Live To Dream is a cynical yet defiant - and wildly catchy - statement of striving to be with the 'rainbows and icecream' while stuck in a cold winter.

Don’t Read My Lipstick is solid and catchy in every which way - it was the first song i ever heard Rose sing. She has a way of melting you with her voice. Don't read my lipstick makes her sassy attitude clear: despite the sex appeal, Don't try your __ I've heard it all before, but I’m really here for something ‘more' than the likes of that...and if you only knew.

'Rise above the Bully is pretty self explanatory; love is a battlefield and social media and systems infiltrated by folks who are condescending jerks, non-empathic people who can crush ones’  heart and dreams if you let them - especially if you’re different and you stand out. but you have to fly above it.

Light on Lies’ sweet harmonious melody is more about Internal struggles, people not saying what they mean, passive aggressive behaviour.. Much of Dreamerqueens' theme seems to be internal struggles with others who contribute to hurting what may well be the most sacred aspects of the human soul and ability to love oneself. To have self worth. To think with healthy autonomy. to stand up for what's right. It’s against the often unseen adversity which tries to inhibit this among the spirited, among the sensitive. It’s about standing up to it by empowering yourself - and celebrating this in song.

Despite the Environs; Rose is a flower blooming out of the sullen dusk and twilight that is typical of a youth who grew weary and worn down by a cold harsh world, but still has dreams. In the darkening forest this melodic Rose blooms and the stars come out. That is Dreamerqueen."

- Josiah Smith