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Prince Gozie»
Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka»
Blessed Samuel Chinyeremaka»
Chioma Jesus»
Bro. Gospel»
Evangelists Felix Ndukwe»
Bro. Nwachinemere»
Sis Confidence Chukwu»
Sis. Chinwenwa Ejiofor»
Sis Chinyere Nweke»
Princess Chioma Ezeh»
Chinyere Udoma»
Dr. Paul Nwokocha»
Princess Njideka»
Sis Amaka Okwuoha»
Prince Chinedu Egwuonwu»
Prince Camillus Elias»
Bro. Paul Nwokocha»
Agatha Moses»
Sis. Kelechi Edeh»
Prince Chinedu Nwadike»
Sis. Rosemary Chukwu»
Voice Of The Cross Brothers Lazarus & Emmanuel»
Evang. James Arum»
Sis. Agatha Moses Philip»
Sister Chinyere Udoma»
Bro Ozoemena»
Pst. Chigozie Wisdom»
Success Ezenwa (De Conqueror)»
Victor Nwachukwu»
Praise Time Ministry & John Ewelukwa Udegbunam»
Brother Felix Ndukwe»
Princess Oluchukwu Okeke Okpalakunne»
Sis. Chinenye Samuel»
Sis. Chinyere Udoma»
Patty Obassey»
90 Total»
Rev. Patty Obassey»
Princess Agatha Adimora Christian»
Princess Rita Obioma»
Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka C.»
Prince Gozie Okeke»
The Dynamites»
Princess Oluchi Okeke»
Chimason Music»
Minister Charity Mishael (Okpalakunne)»
Sis. Chinyere Ogbonnaya»
Sis. Chinyere Egeonu»
Sis. Agatha Moses»
Sis Juliana Okah»
Ken erics»
Saint Cajetan»
Princess Christy Njoku»
Prince Mich C. Philips»
chamame brasilero»
togolese pop»
guinean pop»
cameroonian pop»
igbo worship»
flamenco fusion»
corridos cristianos»
musica mocambicana»
gabonese pop»
burkinabe pop»
deep funk»
bulgarian experimental»
polish experimental»
turkish experimental»
bristol indie»
polish psychedelia»
martial industrial»
ethereal wave»
rune folk»
peruvian experimental»
norwegian experimental»
viking folk»
chinese post-rock»
taiwan experimental»
korean experimental»
icelandic experimental»
british experimental»
medieval folk»
@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 5,068 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-11-23. 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.
Click the » on an artist to go to their Spotify page.