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Isaac Behar and Edwin Seroussi»
Avraham Segal, Moshe Berlin, and Binyamin Barzevsky»
Abraham Schwadron»
Moshe "Musa" Berlin, Binyamin Barzevsky, and Avraham Segal»
Yehosua Dov Rubinstein and Daniel Bergstein»
Zecharia Yitshaq»
Avraham Bord»
Avraham Weingarten»
Ha-hedva Band»
Semuel Zalmenov»
Binyamin Barzevshy, Yehuda Freiman, and Semuel Borenstein»
Brizel»
Daniel Bergstein, Yehosua Dov Rubinstein, and Avraham Eckstein»
Josef Greenwald»
Mendel Brichto»
Qiryat Ono Troupe»
Menahem Arussi»
Tsadoq Tsubeiri»
Yehezkel Hai El-Beg»
Feenjon Group & El Avram Group»
Hillel Ilka Raveh»
Gil Ron Shama»
Sovu Ba'machol»
Amos Alony»
Burning Bush»
Tsila & Avi»
Lehakat Ha Nodedim»
Diwan Saz»
El Avram Group»
Geula Gill»
Israeli Folk Ensemble»
Ilan & Ilanit»
Michael and Elhanan Silber»
The Beit Rothschild Singers»
Rakhel Hadass»
Haifa Students Folkdance Group Orchestra»
Shir»
Aharon Amram»
Mecholeley HaCarmel»
Moshe "Musa" Berlin and Avraham Segal»
Hillel and Aviva»
Stefano Corradi , Gianpietro Marazza & Luca Garlaschell»
Effi Netzer Band»
Reviyat A Markidim»
The Male Choir Moscow Choral Synagogue»
Kol Hakavot»
Margalit Ankory»
Pavel Levin»
Regina Zakai»
Raasche»
Mark Olf»
Aharon Habshush»
Pirchei Eretz Hakodesh»
The Tzabar Group»
Moshe Vital»
Moscow Ensemble of Jewish Instrumental Music»
autoharp»
jazz fusion»
yemeni traditional»
french folk»
irish folk»
bossa nova»
choro»
bouzouki»
greek folk»
adult standards»
british folk»
velha guarda»
tanzanian traditional»
traditional folk»
dutch folk»
israeli folk»
klezmer»
folclore castilla y leon»
jazz violin»
vintage swedish pop»
catalan folk»
brazilian jazz»
electronic rock»
cyberpunk»
deep dubstep»
new rave»
wrestling»
ebm»
industrial rock»
russian alternative»
j-core»
cedm»
dance-punk»
dark electro-industrial»
dark wave»
neo-industrial rock»
filthstep»
industrial metal»
catstep»
neue deutsche harte»
neue deutsche todeskunst»
vocal trance»
@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 3,837 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-01-17. 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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