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Mohammad Sâdeq Bolbol»
Lagha»
Abdul Mazari»
Ustad Rahim Khushnawaz, Gada Mohammad & Azim Hassapur»
Mullah Tâj Mohammad»
Rahim Takhâri»
Abdurrahmân Saljuqi»
Telah Mohammed»
Hasan Besmil»
Baba Naim»
Djila»
Aziz Gaznavi»
Zainab Hairawi»
Party guests at the house of Karim Dutari»
Gulam Hussain»
Gul Mohammad Istalifi»
Wedding guests in Kucheh Maktab Ansari»
Madar-e Abdul»
Sayyid Shâh Ewaz»
Aziz Ghaznawi»
Karim Dutâri»
Mah Gol»
Hamida Rochshana»
Chatam»
Sharafoddin»
Rebab and Dhol Duet»
Omar Mohamed Ustad»
Mohammad Rajab (“Goroghli Khan”)»
Shamsuddin Masrur»
Mâdar-e Zâher»
Ostâd Amir Jân Khushnawaz»
Farida Mahwash»
Afghan National Orchestra»
Madar-e Zahir»
Sufi Abu Bakr»
Mehri Maftun»
Safdar Tawakuli»
Setara Hussainzada»
Abdul Shâ'er»
Gholâm Nabi Zendadel»
Naabzada/Sakhizada»
Mohammed Naim Mazari and Melang Nejrabi»
Eltaf-Hossein Sarahang»
Parwin»
Raonaq Massoud»
Salar Nader»
Gada Mohammad»
Daud Khan»
Mohammad Rahim Khushnawaz»
Mohammad Rasul»
Qais Essar»
Quraishi»
Les Musiciens du Badakhchan»
Zoland»
The Afghan Music Project»
Mashinai»
Abdul Wahab Madadi»
Zainab Herawi»
Ensemble Kaboul»
Kabul Ensemble»
Nashenas»
Homayun Sakhi»
Ahmad Zahir»
Khaled Arman»
Bakhtar Ensemble»
Ustad Rahim Khushnawaz»
The Ensemble of Rahim Takhari»
Shah Gol»
Ahmad Sham Sufi Qawwali Group»
Mohammad Omar»
Mahwash»
Aziz Herawi»
Ghulam Hussain»
Moussa Kassimi»
Mohammad Hussein and Dost Mohammad»
Mohammad Hashim»
Mohammad Yusuf»
Afghan Ensemble»
afghan traditional»
big beat»
deep hardcore»
electrofox»
elektropunk»
neo-synthpop»
solipsynthm»
aussietronica»
covertrance»
swedish tropical house»
alternative dance»
electroclash»
canadian electropop»
swedish synthpop»
swedish electropop»
deep pop edm»
australian dance»
russian synthpop»
electropop»
tropical house»
electronica cristiana»
@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
Every Noise at Once is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 4,681 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-08-03. The calibration is fuzzy, but in general down is more organic, up is more mechanical and electric; left is denser and more atmospheric, right is spikier and bouncier.
 
Click anything to hear an example of what it sounds like.
 
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