Look At How Far We Haven't Come

I find it rather specious the title of this aforementioned interview is Thrill of Invention, because the gender-biased observation stated by Daedelus, for me, severely damages any credibility regarding his inclinations towards progressiveness or invention

“He [Daedelus] likes Hyperdub’s Ikonika, but doesn’t “feel like she’s embodying a female perspective” musically. Other London-based female dubstep producers, Dot and Subeena, are “doing it maybe a little bit better.”

The above quote comes from a recent interview with west-coast producer, by Rosie McLean for The Skinny. I find it rather specious the title of this aforementioned interview is Thrill of Invention, because the gender-biased observation stated by Daedelus, for me,  severely damages any credibility regarding his inclinations towards progressiveness or invention

Author’s Update:  As noted by Daedelus in the comments below, Rosie McLean has all but retracted the quote in whole noting that it puts the quote severely out of context. I am perserving the comment as it was originally published online as my feelings below are not wholly a response to the interview in question however, an overarching mentality within the realm of electronic dance music.

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