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Master Kung Nai»
Khee Sokley»
Mohori musicians of the Royal Palace»
Pinpeat Orchestra»
Monochord lute solo»
Blown leaf solo»
Khlang khêk Orchestra of the Royal Palace»
Ek Sam At»
Chayyam percussion ensemble with male vocals»
Thorn Seyma»
Krom phleng mohori»
Mohori Orchestra»
Master Sok Duch»
Master Prum Ut»
Prum Prom»
Pinpeat Orchestra of the Royal Ballet»
Shadow-theater Pinpeat Orchestra»
Uncredited Pinpeat Ensemble»
Krom phleng kar (ensemble)»
Khmer male singer with Krom Phleng Khmer (ensemble)»
Phleng kar Orchestra of the Royal Palace»
Soun San»
Orchestre Phleng Khmer»
Sao Ieng»
Sophiline Cheam Shapiro/Khmer Arts Ensemble»
Orchestra of the Royal Palace»
Arn Chorn Pond»
Yeum Sang»
Krom phleng kar»
Sam-Ang Sam Ensemble»
Chanteurs Du Théâtre National Cambodgien»
Orchestre Pinpeat»
Musicians Of The National Dance Company Of Cambodia»
Kong Nay»
Master Yun Theara»
Sothy Seing»
Pinpeat orchestra of the shadow-theater of Siemreap-Angkor»
Yeak Loam Arts Group»
Students at the University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh»
Master Kong Nay & Ouch Savy»
The Orchestra of the Khmer Classical Dance Troupe»
Musiciens de la cour de Norodom Sihanouk & Sovana Pour»
Ballet Royal du Cambodge»
Rab Ban»
Chanteuses Du Palais Royal»
Keut Ran»
Mon Hai»
Pinpeat orchestra of Siemreap-Angkor»
Northern Cambodian gong ensemble»
jazz brass»
mountain dulcimer»
yunnan traditional»
thai traditional»
central asian folk»
polca paraguaya»
jazz quartet»
lao traditional»
vietnamese traditional»
cambodian traditional»
hard bop»
yiddish folk»
cante flamenco»
cool jazz»
yemeni traditional»
early american folk»
contemporary post-bop»
burmese traditional»
vocal jazz»
electronic rock»
sky room»
russian trance»
future rock»
euphoric hardstyle»
hardcore techno»
neo-industrial rock»
dark electro-industrial»
happy hardcore»
classic hardstyle»
neue deutsche harte»
dutch trance»
industrial metal»
@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 5,173 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2021-01-20. 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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