Every Noise at Once · himalayan folk   scan   playlist   intro   pulse   new
Resamm Phiriry»
Male singers, female singers, orchestra»
Byanculi»
Temple monks, pilgrims»
Himself Guyok»
Prasad Adhikari»
Shiva of Batule Chaur (Nepal)»
Assaraimasko Dabdabhelio»
Byanchuli»
Tashi Chho (Bhutan)»
Shkurtay Ambar»
Satyal Dihag»
Suman Bhattarai»
Nyingmapa Monastery»
Tsong Kha Pa monks»
Gauri Lhari»
Bimbhadur»
Tha Lero»
Ghatu»
Dhirja Lal Kulu»
Maia Devi»
Hatalemukachopi»
Sissaya Heyku»
Bal Bahadur Jairu & Friends»
Rajamati Kumati»
Suryaman Rumba»
Pancha Narayan Nati Group»
Kancha Gayen»
Bhutanese musicians»
Naag Ra Geet»
Choying Drolma»
Bharat Nepali»
Raam Chandra»
Sur - Sudha»
Nepali Field Musicians»
Namaste Nepal»
Jhalakman»
Tirtha Gandharbha»
Krishna Gurung»
Newar Villagers»
Bal Bahadur Jairu»
Monks of the Nyingmapa Monastery»
Ram Kumar Singh»
Amul Karki Dhali»
Deoki Rai»
Shyam Nepali»
Sonam Dorji»
Tribhuvan»
Kathmandu Music Center»
Monks and Nuns of the Drukpa Order»
Bishwo Shahi»
Manu Tamang»
Gaïnés De Hyangja»
Janga Bahadur Gandharba»
Chin Tanis»
Dwarikalal Joshi»
Indralal»
Chomo Girja»
Kutumba»
Bharat Nepali Party»
Suresh Bajracharya»
Stefano Castelli»
Monks Of The Nyingmapa Order»
Jigme Drukpa»
Thasi Tonsa»
Les Newar (Nepal)»
Pemba Dong»
bhutan pans»
Bhutanese musicians, dancers»
greek contemporary classical»
tibetan traditional»
movie tunes»
himalayan folk»
faroese folk»
kantele»
arab folk»
icelandic traditional»
thai instrumental»
galician jazz»
greek guitar»
irish modern jazz»
swedish jazz»
nordic folk»
tibetan mantra»
children's choir»
sufi chant»
folkmusik»
sefardi»
yoik»
j-pop boy group»
electronic rock»
vocaloid»
electro house»
edm»
japanese electropop»
electronic trap»
nederlandse hardstyle»
new rave»
tekk»
mashup»
moldovan pop»
hardcore techno»
j-dance»
future house»
australian dance»
kawaii future bass»
brostep»
swedish eurodance»
zapstep»
@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 4,515 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-07-08. 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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