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Novo Tono»
Christine 23 Onna»
Zoo Nee Voo»
ANGEL'IN HEAVY SYRUP»
The Bunnys»
Haruomi Hosono»
Miminokoto»
Yonin Bayashi»
Tokyo Kid Brothers»
Flower Travellin' Band»
Kawabata Makoto & The Mothers Of Invasion»
Hiro Yanagida»
Acid Mothers Temple And Space Paranoid»
Damo Suzuki's Network»
Overhang Party»
Harumi»
D'Swooners»
Kawabata Makoto's Mainliner»
Far Out»
Suishou no Fune»
Pikacyu*Makoto»
Strawberry Path»
Kawabata Makoto»
Joe Yamanaka»
Boris»
Hiiragi Fukuda»
Magical Power Mako»
DMBQ»
LSD March»
High Rise»
Purple Trap»
Osamu Kitajima»
Maru Sankaku Shikaku»
Boredoms»
Karuna Khyal»
Mainliner»
ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE»
Majutsu no Niwa»
Speed, Glue & Shinki»
Afrirampo»
Green Milk from the Planet Orange»
C.C.C.C»
ジャックス»
White Heaven»
Acid Mothers Guru Guru»
Michio Kurihara»
Kikagaku Moyo»
Taj Mahal Travellers»
The Apryl Fool»
Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno»
The Sharp Hawks»
Far East Family Band»
Kato Hideki»
Kawabata Makoto,Michishita Shinsuke»
Hoahio»
Flied Egg»
Les Rallizes Dénudés»
Omoide Hatoba»
3/3»
Gong: Acid Mothers Gong»
Fushitsusha»
The Golden Cups»
JA SEAZER»
Blues Creation»
Damo Suzuki»
Takeshi Terauchi»
Shinki Chen»
The Mops»
The Tempters»
The Carnabeats»
taiwan experimental»
japanese psychedelic»
rock in opposition»
indonesian experimental»
japanese prog»
brazilian neo-psychedelic»
finnish progressive rock»
peruvian experimental»
japanoise»
japanese psychedelic rock»
freak folk»
canterbury scene»
experimental rock»
avant-rock»
space rock»
italian progressive rock»
slowcore»
canadian post-rock»
pop lgbtq+ brasileira»
botswana pop»
bahai»
hong kong hip hop»
thai trap»
smooth soul»
r&b en espanol»
hip hop boliviano»
pinoy trap»
thai hip hop»
rap toscana»
musique comorienne»
polynesian pop»
trap cristao»
vietnamese hip hop»
azeri rap»
singaporean hip hop»
pinoy r&b»
telugu worship»
turkish trap pop»
@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 4,681 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-08-03. 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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