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Masashi Sada»
Kohmi Hirose»
Miwa Sasagawa»
Ayano Tsuji»
Ai Kawashima»
友川かずき»
Akiko Yano»
Yosui Inoue»
Mayu Wakisaka»
Shunsuke Kiyokiba»
Ryuichi Kawamura»
Kei Ogura»
Mayo Okamoto»
Hikaru Utada»
Sakura Fujiwara»
Shinji Tanimura»
Shikao Suga»
Daichi Miura»
Mayumi Itsuwa»
Mari Hamada»
BONNIE PINK»
Reichi Nakaido»
Kozo Murashita»
Yuko Ando»
Mai Hoshimura»
Kiyoshiro Imawano»
Makoto Kawamoto»
Yumi Matsutoya»
Tavito Nanao»
Yutaka Ozaki»
ayaka»
Chiharu Matsuyama»
豊田道倫»
UA»
Koji Tamaki»
Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi»
Noriyuki Makihara»
Shion Tsuji»
Ai Otsuka»
Satoko Shibata»
Angela Aki»
Rie fu»
Seiko Matsuda»
Akira Terao»
Kazumasa Oda»
Kyogo Kawaguchi»
KENTA MAENO»
Gen Hoshino»
Kaientai»
Yutaro Miura»
Yu Takahashi»
Hiro Takahashi»
Tamio Okuda»
Natsuko Nisshoku»
Anri Kumaki»
Masaharu Fukuyama»
Ken Hirai»
Naoto Inti Raymi»
Ren Takada»
Maki Ohguro»
Leo Ieiri»
Hanako Oku»
cypriot pop»
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musical advocacy»
indonesian city pop»
norwegian pop»
mandopop»
haitian gospel»
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israeli pop»
cape breton indie»
enka»
kayokyoku»
glee club»
okinawan folk»
finnish worship»
turkish rock»
japanese city pop»
j-acoustic»
japanese singer-songwriter»
musica campineira»
hindi worship»
folk-pop»
deep acoustic pop»
j-rock»
finlandssvenska musik»
japanese folk»
chinese indie»
j-pop»
baja indie»
plunderphonics»
belly dance»
world fusion»
olympia wa indie»
experimental hip hop»
afrofuturism»
japanese jazz fusion»
chinese experimental»
experimental indie»
wonky»
rock drums»
indie jazz»
deconstructed club»
glitch pop»
no wave»
japanese experimental»
zolo»
british industrial»
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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 5,002 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-10-23. 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.
 
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