>>51486331 thats sexist in a pretty obvious way. the only thing someone could do is post that chart that shows which bands are listened to by how many of each gender. if someone has it, post it. then OP can delete this thread
>>51486759 um... soft, brightly colored and happy i guess. not droney imo, that kind of ambient comes from constant harshness >>51486797 i dont think its anymore sexist than saying floral print or disney movies are feminine. plus i'm listing it as a desired quality
>>51489450 There's not really anything feminine about her music other that it's made by a female.
Related criticism (not that what I just said was a criticism): "Beat scene" fanboys who always have to mention how beautiful she is are creepy as fuck. I'm trying to avoid giving this a SJW tinge but being a woman in the electronic music realm sucks. Only a few are really taken seriously and they still
>>51490964 When I think of feminine music it's usually a light tune with a chill atmosphere and a soft beat. I didn't mention her just because she's a gal, haha. On the subject of electronic music, one of the best in hardcore gabber, which is masculine in every sense, is a gal by the name anime. Gender roles mean nothing
“Pinkcourtesyphone is dark but not arch, with a slight hint of humor. Pinkcourtesyphone is amorphous, changing, and slipping in and out of consciousness. Pinkcourtesyphone desires to capture the sonic essence of some nicely dressed 1960′s housewife wistfully peering out her window while reclining on some lovely couch or divan, with, of course, a slowly sipped cocktail and perhaps half of a Valium. Perhaps she is waiting for the phone to ring.”
>>51489684 >Jana Winderen - Energy Field More field recordings than ambient, but it's a great album. This list is worth checking out if you're interested in more experimental women composers: https://rateyourmusic.com/list/hardboiledbabe/women_in_electroacoustic__minimalism__tape_music__musique_concrete__free_improvisation__and_related_genres/
>>51486955 >um... soft, brightly colored and happy i guess. not droney imo, that kind of ambient comes from constant harshness I see what you mean, but women aren't really softer or happier than men — and I think they're less and less perceived as such.
When I think about it, I can't find a particular kind of music that would sound masculine or feminine without going into vocals and lyrics. PJ Harvey's work is very "feminine", but her songs aren't soft or happy — they're just written from a woman's perspective.
The latest female ambient artist I got into is Klara Lewis, her work is pretty damn good:
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