I listen to music because of how it makes me feel.It's simple. Men are are interested in how things work. Women are interested in how things make them feel. With SP and DT, you are watching bands that show you how things work technically. Women go to gigs that satisfy them emotionally; the charismatic singer, the shared experience and songs they know.
Yes, I'm generalising and there are obvious exceptions, but when buying a car or a computer, a guy will be interested in the specs whereas a woman will see things like the colour or design as more important.
Personaliy, Snarky Puppy just leave me cold. Yes, amazing playing, but there's something very clinical and mechanical about them. Also I don't like the "look what I can do" factor when it comes to music. It goes far deeper than that. So maybe this is me showing my feminine side!
I listen to music because of how it makes me feel.
Guess I was born in the wrong body according to your theory
So, you don't like discussions ... It's a drum forum ... intended for discussions. Why are you here?Here's a thought. In the whole entire world, there are ~8B people. I would be willing to bet that most of them havent heard/havent heard of either DT or SP. Ergo, most people dont like them, regardless of gender, because you cant like something you are unaware of.
These discussions are silly. Some people like things, some dont. That's really all we can extrapolate from any of this. If you want to know the why, you must ask and accept every single reason. No two will be exact.
Again, generally speaking, I find their melodies often obscured by too many other things that, while often technically impressive, seem to do more to satisfy the players and provide fan service rather than contribute to meaningful songs. Generally speaking.Strong? Do you mean catchy? Because DT's melodies are phenomenal.
Only discussions that impose pointless interjections about someone elses opinion without being able to look through their eyes.So, you don't like discussions ... It's a drum forum ... intended for discussions. Why are you here?
I get what you're saying but, like all positions on this topic, if you take it too far, it becomes problematical.I'm not a woman. Why on earth would you ask my opinion as to what they think? I can never make that parallel, nor can anyone who has never has estrogen as their main biologic influencer.