Hi there, I am Charlotte! A film and media student from MMU with a passion and a flare for the arts and of course, writing!
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A look into the impact of females in the music industry and how femininity alters from genre to genre.
Charlotte Reck Jun 13, 2013
Ahh that’s fantastic to hear! Watch out for Deap Vally’s debut album “SISTRIONIX” out next week! 🙂
I most certainly appreciate what you are saying! These women are talented, I simply feel that they do not necessarily need to use the ways they do to acquire attention. That definitely has something to do with my own personal bohemian beliefs.
That is a great question, one that I’m sure we could discuss for hours. It always comes all the way back to the battle of the sexes and how as a whole, we regard males and females.
Thank-you for the comment!
Glad you enjoyed! Thanks so much for the feedback!
Yes, you are so right, people like Karen O, Alison Mosshart, Beth Ditto are powerhouses of women! I am a big fan of these women and regard them as massive inspirations! There is a stirring of incredible female artists that we must not ignore and fight for..they’re doing wonderful things for music!
Ah I could not agree more with everything you say! The 90’s, in my opinion, were an electric time for so much! There was such a great vibe of revolution, almost reminiscent of the 60’s, surrounding music and cinema etc..
And yes, of course, Dave Grohl is God.
Really great final point there, Aronofsky is a true artist; forever enthralling and evocative. It’s interesting that he had been linked to the Batman re-boot before Nolan was appointed to it. I feel that if Aronofsky was “to go blockbuster” he would follow the same path as Nolan, hitting the big time because his skill and craftsmanship deserves it rather than because he’s after the big bucks…An Aronofsky blockbuster would maintain his unique perspective and touch the way that Nolan kept the gritty majesty of Memento and injected it into Inception, the Batman trilogy etc.