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Tamio Okuda»
Sakura Fujiwara»
Motohiro Hata»
Sachie Hiraga»
YOUMOU TO OHANA»
Shione Yukawa»
Uri Nakayama»
Yu Takahashi»
Miwa Sasagawa»
Keiichi Sokabe»
Yosui Inoue»
Akiko Yano»
Sugar Me»
Hana Sekitori»
Ichiko Aoba»
Masaharu Fukuyama»
Miyuki Hatakeyama»
Tico Moon»
Yoshihiro Koseki»
Saho Terao»
Aoi Teshima»
Shikao Suga»
Keiko Hiraoka»
Misako Odani»
Sachi Tainaka»
Takehara Pistol»
Sakurako Ohara»
Kazuyoshi Saito»
Gen Hoshino»
Yuki Murakami»
Naotaro Moriyama»
Wyolica»
Akiko Shiina»
Yuzu»
Ohashi Trio»
Kitri»
Aimyon»
Predawn»
Humbert Humbert»
Masayoshi Yamazaki»
Hanare Gumi»
Mio Isayama»
Kana Uemura»
Ann Sally»
Haruna Yokota»
Aoi Yamazaki»
Yui Suzuki»
Ai Mougi»
Mone Kamishiraishi»
Ai Iwasaki»
Fuyumi Abe»
country quebecois»
boy pop»
rock catala»
turkish rock»
haitian gospel»
japanese singer-songwriter»
israeli pop»
pop quebecois»
belo horizonte indie»
okinawan folk»
indie catala»
canadian pop»
j-rock»
italian pop»
j-acoustic»
j-pop»
turkish singer-songwriter»
canadian country»
glee club»
french pop»
norwegian pop»
japanese city pop»
australian indigenous»
cypriot pop»
russian post-punk»
hardvapour»
baja indie»
virginia indie»
experimental hip hop»
zolo»
experimental electronic»
commons»
wonky»
olympia wa indie»
experimental pop»
collage pop»
macedonian indie»
chinese experimental»
plunder»
indie emo»
montreal indie»
no wave»
world fusion»
one-person band»
@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 3,780 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2019-12-05. 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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