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BONNIE PINK»
Yu Takahashi»
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Gen Hoshino»
Ayano Tsuji»
友川かずき»
Yosui Inoue»
Mayu Wakisaka»
Ryuichi Kawamura»
Kei Ogura»
Mayo Okamoto»
Hikaru Utada»
Ken Hirai»
Tamio Okuda»
Hideaki Tokunaga»
Shikao Suga»
Mayumi Itsuwa»
Mari Hamada»
Ayaka Hirahara»
Reichi Nakaido»
Kozo Murashita»
Mai Hoshimura»
Yutaro Miura»
Chihiro Onitsuka»
Masashi Sada»
Miwa Sasagawa»
Makoto Kawamoto»
Yumi Matsutoya»
Yuko Ando»
Ai Kawashima»
Chiharu Matsuyama»
Maki Ohguro»
Naoto»
Sonoko Inoue»
UA»
Koji Tamaki»
Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi»
Shion Tsuji»
Noriyuki Makihara»
Masayoshi Yamazaki»
Satoko Shibata»
Daichi Miura»
Angela Aki»
Rie fu»
Yutaka Ozaki»
Seiko Matsuda»
Kazumasa Oda»
Tokiko Kato»
Kaientai»
Kohmi Hirose»
Akiko Yano»
Tavito Nanao»
Shunsuke Kiyokiba»
ayaka»
Hiro Takahashi»
豊田道倫»
Masaharu Fukuyama»
Ren Takada»
Leo Ieiri»
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Hanako Oku»
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norwegian pop»
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okinawan folk»
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plunderphonics»
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one-person band»
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rock drums»
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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 4,416 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-06-04. 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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