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Koichi Matsukaze Trio + Toshiyuki Daitoku»
Terumasa Hino meets Reggie Workman»
TABATA SADAKAZU»
菊地成孔DCPRG»
笠井 紀美子»
鈴木“チン”良雄»
Satoko Fujii Quartet»
Sokabe Keiichi Rendezvous Band»
本田竹彦»
Hideo Date»
THE BON BONES»
セキトオ・シゲオ»
福居良»
Eiji Kitamura»
山口真文»
片岡輝彦»
Tadao Hayashi Harp Trio»
Jun Fukamachi»
Shunosuke Ishikawa»
Takeo Moriyama»
Nao Takeuchi»
Yoshio Suzuki»
原信夫»
Tomoyoshi Nakamura Quartet»
Kei Ishiguro»
INOMATATAKESHI»
Marco Bosco»
菅野邦彦»
Toshiko Akiyoshi»
Herbie Mann with Tamiko Jones»
Ryo Kawasaki Group»
Terumasa Hino»
Ryo Kawasaki»
Sadao Watanabe»
世良譲»
峰厚介»
Tohru Aizawa Quartet»
Yuji Ohno»
Masaru Imada»
Tatsuo Sunaga»
Akira Ishikawa»
George Ohtsuka»
鈴木 弘»
Hideo Shiraki»
沖至»
Eiji Nakayama»
佐々木久美»
Hei Tanaka»
ゼロ戦»
Naruyoshi Kikuchi»
Hidehiko Matsumoto»
Makoto Terashita meets Harold Land»
TAKAO UEMATSU»
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto»
Masabumi Kikuchi»
Makoto Terashita»
SFKUaNK!!»
Shigeharu Mukai»
Masahiko Togashi»
本田竹曠トリオ»
Kunitachi Music Academy»
Masahiko Sato»
Hiroshi Fukumura»
Takeshi Inomata»
Takero Ogata»
宮間利之とニュー・ハード»
Tatsuya Nakamura JAPAN JAZZ UNIT»
Hidefumi Toki»
猪俣猛»
Tethered Moon»
Miyasaka + 5»
Koichi Matsukaze Trio»
Shunzo Ohno»
Yosuke Yamashita»
辛島文雄»
Yosuke Yamashita Trio»
Koichi Matsukaze»
Fumio Karashima»
市原宏祐»
Ichiro Masuda Quintet»
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indonesian idol pop»
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@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 4,416 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-06-04. 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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