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Orchestre de Balalaikas Saint-Georges»
Sergei Iakovlevich Lemeshev and the Osipov Balalaika Orchestra»
Balalaika Ensemble Wolga»
Isba Balalaika Ensemble»
Sasha Polinov»
Sho Kitagawa»
Kauriga Balalaika Ensemble»
Balalaika-Ensemble St.Petersburg»
The Famous Osipov Balalaika Orchestra»
Micha Tcherkassky»
Alexander Zelkin»
Weißrussisches Nationalensemble»
Balalaika Orchester Dima Liakhoff»
Alexander Bochensky and his Balalaika Orchestra»
Alexey Arkhipovskiy»
Ensemble Balalaika Classica»
Alex Siniavski»
Micha Makarenko»
Cabaret Russe»
Boris Romanoff Balalaika Orchestra»
Andreyev Balalaika Ensemble»
Stars Of St. Petersburg»
Nicolas Kedroff»
The Voronezh Balalaika Ensemble»
Dmitry Kalinin»
Les Balalaïkas des Tziganes Russes»
Russian Balalaika Orchestra»
Moscow Nights»
Balalaika-Ensemble Troika»
BigRock Balalaikas»
Kovriga Balalaika Orchestra»
Russian Balalaika Folk Music Ensemble»
Mikhail Rozhkov»
Oleg Gitlin»
Eugene Aksentiev»
Alexander Kutschin»
Polyanka Russian Gypsy Orchestra»
The Odessa Balalaikas»
Marc De Loutchek»
Boris Feoktistov»
Zaporog Balalaikas»
Raduga Balalaika Ensemble & Raduga Choir»
Oleg Gitlin & Marianna Slobodeniouk»
Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra»
Sasha Polinoff»
Kazbek Orchestra»
The Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra»
Oleg Kouzmitchenko»
deep free jazz»
russian folk»
danish jazz»
british jazz»
german jazz»
dutch jazz»
hindustani classical»
library music»
israeli jazz»
free jazz»
middle eastern traditional»
contemporary jazz»
space age pop»
avant-garde jazz»
russian jazz»
hindustani instrumental»
nordic house»
electronic rock»
electro house»
j-pop boy group»
moldovan pop»
big room»
deep big room»
pop edm»
australian dance»
japanese electropop»
electronica cristiana»
electronic trap»
sky room»
musica eletronica gospel»
@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 4,731 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-08-11. 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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