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Paul Eakins/Wurlitzer 157»
1923 Autopiano Player Piano»
Paul Eakins' Gasparini Carousel Band Organ»
The Mammoth 89 Key 'Gavioli' Fairground Orchestra»
57 Key Gavioli Carousel Organ»
Paul Eakins' World Famous Calliopes»
Gypsy Queen Carousel Band Organ»
Wonderful Belgian Band Organ»
Claude Marchal»
Wurlitzer Model 0 Theatre Player»
Carousel Beauties»
Boardwalk Empire Carousel Band Organ»
Paul Eakins' Wurlitzer IX Nickelodeon»
Orgue Gavioli»
Tangley Circus Calliope»
Paul Eakins»
Ronald Curtis»
Orgue de Barbarie»
Orgue De Lekkerkerker»
Wurlitzer Carousel Organ»
Paul Eakins' Gavioli Carousel Organ»
Ringling Brother's Calliope»
Wurlitzer 157 Carousel Organ»
153 Military Style Band Organ»
Jacques Bourgade»
Paul Eakins' Circus Calliope»
Carousel Breezes Vol. II - Wurlitzer Band Organ, Seabreeze Park»
The De Leeuwin Dutch Street Organ»
Seeburg L Nickelodeon»
Wurlitzer Band Organ»
Wurlitzer Organ Of Tower Ballroom, Blackpool»
Historic Wurlitzer Carousel Organ Music»
Wurlitzer Pipe Organ»
1920's Wurlitzer Carousel Organ»
La Pure Montagne»
The Marenghi Fairground Organ»
Wurlitzer Style "C" Orchestrion "Mr. Sam"»
Collection Anezo-Bouilhol»
Paul Eakins' Mortier Belgian Band Organ»
Circus Clown Calliope»
Wurlitzer Caliola 1928»
Gavioli Fairground Organ»
Harry Stokes»
Blyelle Horngacher»
1885 Mortier Belgian Band Organ»
Paul Eakins' Wurlitzer 157 Band Organ»
David Lobban»
Jules et son limonaire»
Calliope of NY Museum of Transportation»
Wurlitzer CX Orchestrion»
Wurlitzer IX Nickelodeon»
Paul Eakins' Orchestrions»
Wurlitzer 153 Band Organ»
Seabreeze Park Wurlitzer Band Organ Style 165»
Dutch Barrelorgans»
Paul Eakins' "Big Bertha" Carousel Organ»
Paul Eakins' Tangley Calliope»
Street Organ the Arab»
Wurlitzer 146 Carousel Organ»
Hot Lips Hoolihan»
jig and reel»
band organ»
library music»
traditional scottish folk»
russian alternative»
deep breakcore»
australian hip hop»
bolivian rock»
bouncy house»
electronic trap»
rap metalcore»
bass trap»
new rave»
deep hardcore»
@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
This is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 1928 genres by Spotify. 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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