Yes, i know it hard to find more than few, but lets try
Also pic related.
>name 5 good female musicians from this genre that has systematically excluded women from participating in non-vocal capacities since its inception
>i bet u can't lol!
i think this chick basically fucked anyone with influence in the late 70s UK underground scene to get the pretenders going and well played but they made good music
when postmodernartmuseumscreamcore has become the the most influential form of music in 20 years you will know her genius
I'm being serious when I ask this, by why were there so many women in early electronic music? It was an extremely academic high-class pursuit, which women really weren't a part of from the late 50s - early 70s, so why is it that, around the world, there were so many all doing the same thing?
> actually a distinguished synthetist/engineer and composer
> super hot video that was made for a kid's tv program
> roflmao at those comments on youpuke
i highly doubt you'll even bother listening to the artists posted ITT so why don't ya just fuck off m8
Maybe because of that.
I mean, back then it was hard for a woman to become a composer or a conductor.
On other hand electronic music was only starting to form and was probably disregarded by the mainstream academia, so it was easier to get into.
There weren't that many, actually.
It's just probably the "rareness" effect like with women in politics or science so that they're all becoming spotted easily.
>hard to find
>I was gonna post Steve Howe as a joke before I saw this
Oh great, this fucking thread again
Chelsea Wolfe, bitch
She doesn't play guitar all that well at all, she writes decent lyrics but she hides it behind walls of fucking reverb.
I like the stuff she's been working on though, but it's mostly the product of the other musicians she works with, not her.
>hard to find more than few
get rekt faggot