Every Noise at Once · japanese classical   scan   playlist   intro   pulse
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Yuzo Toyama»
Yoritsune Matsudaira»
Misato Mochizuki»
Kazuo Yamada»
Ryuichi Sakamoto»
Keiko Abe»
Yasuo Sueyoshi»
Dai Fujikura»
Masao Ohki»
Somei Satoh»
Takehito Shimazu»
Takashi Yoshimatsu»
Teizo Matsumura»
Hiroshi Ohguri»
Kunihiko Hashimoto»
Isao Matsushita»
Ryōhei Hirose»
Yoshihiro Kanno»
Rentaro Taki»
Shiro Fukai»
Jo Kondo»
Hidemaro Konoye»
Isotaro Sugata»
Yoshinao Nakada»
Ikuma Dan»
Joe Hisaishi»
Tadashi Yanada»
Michiru Oshima»
Akio Yashiro»
Fumio Hayasaka»
Sadao Bekku»
Yasunori Mitsuda»
Hisato Ohzawa»
Shinichi Suzuki»
Akira Miyoshi»
Toshiro Mayuzumi»
Michio Miyagi»
Toshi Ichiyanagi»
Kozaburo Hirai»
Nobuo Uematsu»
Kiyoshige Koyama»
Michio Mamiya»
Kazuo Fukushima»
Kosaku Yamada»
Akihiko Matsumoto»
Mamoru Fujieda»
Yasushi Akutagawa»
Akira Ifukube»
Toshio Mashima»
Makoto Shinohara»
Akira Kosemura»
Akira Nishimura»
Minoru Miki»
Maki Ishii»
Makoto Moroi»
Yoshihisa Taira»
Susumu Yoshida»
Toru Takemitsu»
Shin’ichirō Ikebe»
Keiko Harada»
Toshio Hosokawa»
Saburō Moroi»
Hikaru Hayashi»
Karen Tanaka»
Humiwo Hayasaka»
Makiko Nishikaze»
Yoko Kanno»
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432hz»
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oriental classical»
modern performance»
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compositional ambient»
portuguese contemporary classical»
classical oboe»
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japanese classical»
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chalga»
j-reggae»
bubblegum dance»
italian ska»
deep discofox»
mahraganat»
electro bailando»
moombahton»
pop house»
spanish electropop»
electro latino»
eurodance»
discofox»
deep vocal house»
strut»
disco polo»
hands up»
ska espanol»
oktoberfest»
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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 2,583 genres by Spotify as of 2019-01-18. 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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