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Women's group in Huntaado»
Ewe drum orchestra»
Bengbe Nagye»
Rallio Kpampul»
John Bosco Mimidem»
Dagaabas Bawa»
Women's group recorded in Kumasi»
Drummers in Nanton»
Vocalists and drummers of Ghana»
Ntan and B. K. Amankwa»
Women's group of Domenasi»
Kete Children's Group and Mr. P.K. Attah»
A.B. Lunnaa»
Harruna Bamaya Group, Harruna Alhasson»
Youth Gonje Group, led by Alhasan Ibrahim in Tamale»
Dagarti Dancing Group»
Ivan Annan»
Mary Amelia Bemele»
The Master Drummers of Dagbon»
Mmensoun Horn Ensemble»
The La Drivers Union Por Por Group»
Yakubu Fuseni»
De la Palm Wine Music au Dance Band Highlife»
Adzewa Women's Group recorded in Cape Coast»
Nandom Sebkpere Group»
Saka Acquaye et son orchestre»
Obo Addy»
Kwabena Nyama»
Kasena Nankans»
Master Fiddlers of Dagbon»
Nungua Adowafoi, Naa Botele, Naa Tawia, Naa Akwete, Nii Adokwei»
The Kukyekukyeku Bamboo Orchestra»
Akayevi Dance Group recorded in Have Etoe»
Nsuase Kete Group»
Samuel Kpielekuu»
Mustapha Tettey Addy»
Female singing and handclapping recorded in Tamale»
Kakraba Lobi»
Osu-Ashanti Adowafoi, Naa Akwele, Naa Otua, Naa Afia, Naa Mootso, Naa Adukwei»
The Ewe People Of Ghana And Togo»
Ewe musicians, dancers»
John Dery & Ensemble»
Yiadom Boakye and Manhyia Tete Nwomkoro»
Ewe male drummers, singers»
Villagers Of Biligau»
Men and Women of Lambussie»
Musicians from Cap Coast»
Kuonyugan Village Percussion Ensemble»
Komkpe Jangban»
Three Lunsi drummers in Accra»
Dagara Women»
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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 4,712 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-08-07. 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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