I don’t know if the future really is female (though I sure hope so). All I know is that Tuesday’s late-night musical lineup was. Trouble is, most of it was also pretty uneventful, with artists and songs you’ve already seen and heard. So I’m going to start with the wildest performance of the evening, which coincidentally happens to be the most testosterone-driven: Rap supergroup Beast Coast (which includes Flatbush Zombies, Pro Era and the Underachievers) roaring, raging and rampaging through their song Left Hand on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. After all that aggression and mayhem, you might want something a little mellower to balance out your mood. And on that front, you had a few choices. You could watch the stylish Kiana Ledé make her TV debut with her silky, seductive Ex on Late Night with Seth Meyers. You could watch Sara Bareilles and her crack band continue to fan the flames for her latest single Fire on The Late Late Show With James Corden. You could see No Roots singer Alice Merton introduce the new pop-rockers Funny Business and Learn to Live on Jimmy Kimmel Live. You could watch alt-country queen Nikki Lane play the old faves Right Time and Jackpot live at the Fonda Theater for Last Call With Carson Daly. You could even get a little ahead of the game by watching Ava Max’s latest rendition of her hit Sweet But Psycho on today’s edition of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. So the future really is female. At least in the short term.