Every Noise at Once · byzantine   scan   playlist   intro   pulse   new
Chorus of Fathers from Vatopedi Monastery»
The Byzantine Choir of St George Orthodox Cathedral»
Antiochian Youth Music Ministry»
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology St. Romanos the Melodist Byzantine Choir»
Samer Kannab-Aida»
The Byzantine Choir of St. George Cathedral»
Chants From the Holyland- Choir of the Greek Orthodox Seminary o»
Rana Nassour-Derbaly»
Βυζαντινή Χορωδία Μελωδούντες⁩»
Chorus of Fathers from Catopedi Monastery»
Ι. Μ. Βατοπαιδίου»
Nikos Amorgianos»
Carmina Byzantina»
Archdiocesan Byzantine Choir»
Monks of St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery»
Byzantine Music of the Greek Orthodox Church»
Petros Bérékétis»
Frédéric Tavernier-Vellas»
Fr. Nikodimos Kabarnos»
Choeur byzantin de Grèce»
Thrassyvoulos Stanitsas»
The School of Ecclesiastice Music»
St. Symeon Orthodox Church Choir»
The Byzantine Choral»
Βυζαντινός Χορός των Τρικάλων»
Choir of Beirut»
International Theological Institute»
Dynamis Byzantine Ensemble»
St. Symeon Orthodox Church Ensemble "Antiphony"»
Ορμύλια»
Ιερομοναχος Πολυκαρπος Στροσνιντερ»
Byzantine Choir of Greece»
Μιχαήλ Αγγελίδης»
Mt. Sinai»
Timothy Diwema»
Kabarnos»
Lycourgos Angelopoulos»
Psaltiki»
Australian Byzantine Choir»
Χορός Βατοπαιδινών Πατέρων»
Joseph Yazbeck»
Hymnes du Mont Athos»
Byzantine Ark»
Byzantine Choir of Patmos»
Monahi tou Agiou Orous»
The Choir of Eparchy of Tripoli»
Próto»
Les Solistes de la Musique Byzantine»
Ι. Μ. Σιμωνόπετρας»
Father Dionysios Firfiris»
Βυζαντινός Χορός Τρόπος»
classical tenor»
orthodox chant»
byzantine»
jungle»
hip house»
breaks»
speed garage»
sambass»
acid house»
makina»
cantaditas»
hardcore breaks»
hard bass»
diva house»
funky breaks»
breakbeat»
fidget house»
disco house»
jumpstyle»
vocal house»
hard house»
italo house»
nu skool breaks»
@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 3,780 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2019-12-05. 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.
 
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