Indeed, very well said.
Here are charts that @ian91 and I have created to help explain the Blur House Sound.
Here is an example of a few recent and popular Blur models showing their primary sound signature plots... as you can see the Beautiful Witch's primary sound signature is way down in the far right which equates to forward upper midrange (again great for female vocals).
It's secondary and tertiary sound signatures and characteristics pull it even further into the Asian Female Poison domain as well as well into both the Aggressive and Bright quadrants.
Here is a very rough showing of the possible behavior of the Blur House Sound tuning:
So the typical Blur House Sound is generally mid-centric" with most models bright-aggressive leaning (sometimes nearing female poison aka Beautiful Witch) and thus very "vocals" focused.
Concur with this wonderful post. Bright-aggressive, mid-centric is a good way to describe the general sound. Tonal qualities aside, what also typifies Blur sound is a incredibly authentic timbre.