So I think that was important, but it was also that the idea of being a musician seemed so extreme or out there, to say that you’re going to have a full-time career as an artist or that you’re going to be successful at it for the rest of your life is a big deal. JY: It’s so cool that : Do you think things have changed for women in EDM in the last few years?
That’s why we’re really proud that we’ve been able to tour and make records, we’re extremely lucky. We’ll fly them out so they can see the most epic shows. Do you think it’s more possible now for girls to be active and prominent in that scene?
YY: Our parents are definitely our number-one fans. JY: We usually keep an eye out for [other really prominent female DJs], but haven’t seen too many others.
As far as attitudes, something needs to change, someone has to come out and say something so that people are more open-minded.
So it makes me think of Superwoman when I see women in the spotlight who are successful and have families. You could tear it apart as much as you like, but in the end it just comes down to male fear of females taking something away from them.