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Truth be told, however, that is not the whole picture. In fact, like anything, working as a female in a male-dominated industry is all of the things — challenging, difficult, fun, rewarding, unexpected and above all, completely subjective.
What is fascinating is how the experience of women in industry reflects the broader expectations of and attitude towards women in our society. The broader questions around roles of men and women in society also linger. The traditional norm of men as the breadwinners and women as the homemakers in our society has definitely been challenged, but what does the alternative look like? Are women the homemakers and the breadwinners? Are men the homemakers? What does this say about our construction of masculinity and femininity?
There are more questions than there are answers, and being in an industry with mostly men, it is fascinating to see the dynamics play out.
There are generational differences in the ideologies and this also varies based on industry, location in the field or in the office and education level management versus engineers versus operators. A recent conversation with a young engineer who started in the mining industry brought this to the fore. Indeed, quite often there can be advantages to being a woman in a male-dominated industry. People know who you are, you will always be remembered which is a double edged sword and the lads, particularly the operators, enjoy talking to a woman, particularly after being around only blokes for weeks on end.
The younger men gen Y have grown up in a world where they have been told men and women are generally equal, and accept that as the status quo.
Scratching beneath the surface allows the unconscious bias to become evident. Taking the case of engineers, for example, it can be argued that female engineers are often highly visible as women, but invisible as engineers. There is an acceptance in equality but not always a true belief in it. It may be the baby boomer is happy to teach but finds it difficult to accept direction from a younger female until she has proven her worth beyond all doubt.
It may be the residual resentment in the young male engineers that a female engineer is more sought after by a company with a diversity policy.
Those biases are more difficult to challenge and reflect the broader societal attitudes that are yet to change. When He didn't, I was set free. It shot a bit of rhythm and blues and jazz back into popular music, and paved the way for artists such as Duffy and Adele. Dark and haunting are often overused adjectives, but in this case, they are the highest of compliments. Each song is so vibrant and different from the rest yet they all come together each telling a chapter in a story of love, redemption and what it means to be a black woman in America.
And so much more. At once traditional and strange, heartfelt and playful, this album broke the mold of what was possible in alternative music.
While creating some of the most perfect melodies in existence, Amos also challenged the status quo of what women were allowed to say. This album is perfect and it is such a shame that systemic sexism and fear of feminine power in music criticism has caused it to be overlooked as one of the greatest of our time. While the narrator of the songs may be 'selfish and sad,' you can't help identifying with and rooting for her.
This is Joni, the Cool Cat. Her jazz tendencies began inflecting her work thanks to her confident delivery of her lyrics and a new backing band, the L. Shedding the image of 'confessional' songwriter, this album focused on story-songs about those that surrounded her. Court and Spark feels deceptively lighthearted upon first listen a Joni album with a Cheech and Chong cameo? But decades later, its depth and wisdom feels essential to her musical canon, without having lost any of its sheen. Nothing about this album should have taken off the way it did.
Looking back doesn't make it make any more sense. Chalk it up to once-in-a-generation talent, perfect timing and a worldwide craving for authenticity at the height of the EDM explosion. Also, every single song still knocks. It taught me so much about love, sex, desire and relationships. I revisit it very often — it's maturity, humor and frankness are timeless. Brilliant, and served notice to a lot of rock-boys as to what those women were really thinking.
And she could write and turn a phrase better than the next ten folks you could find. Not only has everyone heard at least a few songs off of this album, but it also helped define the pop sound of this decade, ushering in a new wave of '80s-inspired synths. Its themes of independence and freedom resonate with mass audiences, whilst concurrently reminding us that pop music doesn't have to be vapid.
How often do we get albums as multi-talented as this? The beginnings of a shift in music, period. This album was a woman's movement catalyst. She showed that women could take what men do and do it better. Exceptional songwriting by Lucinda. Not a bad track on the record. Poverty, womens rights, domestic violence I honestly don't remember exactly what compelled me to buy, or ask for as a gift, this album.
All I remember is the joy it has brought me over the years. First listening to it as a teen, I quickly fell in love with the landscapes of each song. This album has always been my In-Case-Of-Emergency album. My go-to for shutting the door on the madness of life. Because in Joni's world, we look at the madness from a distance.
We ask it questions. We notice its behaviors and its propagandas. We can call ourselves out when we find it inside us. And we can do so with exquisite poetry. And when I say poetry, I do not just mean the lyrics but also the poetry of the music There are so many levels to this stunning album and one of my favorite is the conjoined masterpiece of collaboration between Joni and Jaco.
This album would not exist without both of their efforts, mastery, and understanding of the work they were doing together. Another album that has stood the test of time and that I have never tired of. Where her debut was an interesting singer songwriter album, largely played by Newsom herself, this album employed a full orchestra and was composed of five long songs that let Newsom breathe with her unique and powerful lyrics.
I consider Newsom one of the best poets of the young century. She channels aspects of T. Eliot's imagery and lyricism, as well as sometimes obscure allusions to mythology and literature. But Newsom has a great focus on nature and scientific phenomena. Quite possibly my favorite album. The title track somehow conveyed the vulnerability of a lady's ticking clock while still being hopeful about life and love.
She broke open the closet doors of silence, societal shaming and love that wasn't in the image of prime-time TV. Another album that undoubtedly saved the lives of LGBT people and allowed many families to postpone funerals. Tina Turner came back big and strong! An icon and legend who gave power to women of all ages. This is the phoenix rising in an album.
This album was a testament to Tina Turner's personal story of survival — a story that likely helped other women reclaim their own lives. Neko Case still sounds like no one else, creating cosmic American music with one of the strongest voices of all time. Her voice is canon, and deservedly so, but the sharp songwriting, swampy arrangements and timeless production make this record stand out in an already otherworldly discography.
The diversity of writing structures, lyrical delivery, and perspectives on a single, universal theme can not be overstated or too adored, especially given the age of the artist at the time of its recording. With that said, that theme is a variation on wondering why the world and the people in it can't act with more decency.
As time went on, Apple focused more and more inwardly, and on The Idler Wheel That makes her latest musings simultaneously more uncomfortable and more necessary material for every person with a thought in their head or a feeling in their heart. It may not be fair to compare one person's later work with their prior so pointedly, but it's difficult to find anyone else who has so distinctly defined all the things that we know we don't know about love, so she'll have to remain the standard by which she's judged.
Speak Now was the album on which she fully took the reigns and wrote every song alone. It may even flow better as an overall album. But the high points of Red are unimpeachable. Stadium rock, pop country, coffeeshop confessionals, synthpop celebrations and the most controversial EDM drop of the digital era were all carefully housed under the watchful ear and pen of our greatest and most consistently undervalued modern songwriter.
The album essentially is a polaroid capturing exactly what being a teenager today is like. The social anxieties, the love and heartbreaks, the need for friendships, the search for acceptance. Lorde just [captures] it all while having experimental sounds.
The raw, driving nature of the album is not for the faint of heart. This album has always been my favorite of hers, as it feels the most honest.
Lush arrangements, microsounds stepping on snow, the shuffling of cards and soaring vocals builds a world that is intimate, inviting you inside. From big band to electronic dance music to the beginnings of the tempo-less orchestral pieces she would lean into later in her career, this album is innovative without leaving her audience too far behind. Marrying hard hip-hop beats with soulful pop and ushering in the New Jack Swing era set the blueprint for what pop music is now.
Not to mention the coming-of-age feminism that has become a touchstone for countless young artists trying to shed their cookie-cutter pasts. Her revival of the piano as the main instrument on a mainstream music album has lead to a number of women musicians having success with the same setup Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor, Sara Bareilles, etc. Under the Pink proved that Amos was not a one hit wonder after the success of Little Earthquakes and solidified her status as piano rock goddess.
What a gift you are to this life, Solange! She's playing the game she invented and bopping to the top all the while. Carly does pop better than anyone else in the industry and it shows. Eagerly we anticipate a new album that although promised, is evidenced in no concrete way of being on the horizon. I suppose that relistening to this masterpiece for the umpteenth time will suffice for now.
This is a desert island disc. It's catchy, relentless, raw, deep, beautiful and contradictory. It was provocative at the time in a way that has since become more accepted.
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