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Hazan Semtob Knafo»
Embarek Ben Mohammed»
Musicians and dancers at the 'Amara of Sidi Kassem»
Chikha Fatoma Bent Kaddour»
Cheikha Haddouj Bent Fatma Rohou»
Maalem Abdeslam Sarsi El Mahet»
Maallem Ahmed Gacha»
Rais Ahmed Ben Bakrim»
Maalem Mohammed Rhiata»
Maallem Taieb Ben Mbarek»
Sadiq Ben Mohammed Laghzaoui Morsan»
Family Of The Chorfa Of Ouezzane»
Chikh Hamed Bel Hadj Hamadi Ben Allal»
El Ferqa Dial Guedra»
Hazan Isaac Ouanounou»
Maalem El Hocein»
Mohammed Bel Hassan»
Asma Hamzaoui»
Alicia Benassayag de Bendayam»
The Ahl-Fâs Orchestra»
Bnèt Houariyat»
Souvenir Du Maroc»
Dqa Marrakchya»
Nour Eddine»
Ahmad Amentag»
Sufi Brotherhoods & Street musicians, Tarodannt, Morocco»
Muhammad Dammou»
Gnawa Njoum Experience»
Ahwach Haha»
Si Mohammed Bel Hassan Soudani»
Lahsen Id Hammou»
Aïcha Redouane»
Les Musiciens de L'Atlas»
Mbarek Ammouri»
Raqiya Demseriya»
Jean Mazel»
Moqaddem Mohammed Ben Salem»
Rais Mahamad Ben Mohammed»
Abdeslam Cherkaoui»
The Master Musicians Of Jajouka»
Maâlem Saïd Oughassal et ses Kouyous»
Male performers at the Moussem of Mouley Ibrahim»
Confrérie des Aïssawa»
Chikh Ayyad Ou Haddou»
Daoudi Kacem Ben Jelloum»
Altaf Gnawa Group»
Maallem Ahmed»
Bachir Attar»
Hassan Awarug»
Ahouach Argane»
Orchestre de Cheikh Salah»
B'net Houariyat»
Muhammad Bunsir»
Maâlem Aziz Baqbou et ses Kouyous»
Cheikh Salah»
Ahmad Pirou»
haitian traditional»
israeli folk»
pinoy traditional»
swedish jazz orkester»
moroccan traditional»
tanzanian traditional»
jazz fusion»
jazz funk»
egyptian traditional»
hammond organ»
bossa nova»
jazz drums»
jazz organ»
neue deutsche harte»
neue deutsche todeskunst»
modern alternative rock»
south african rock»
modern downshift»
indonesian pop punk»
russian alternative»
dark wave»
indie rockism»
northern irish indie»
german pop rock»
heavy gothic rock»
grunge pop»
german alternative rock»
christian alternative rock»
@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 3,786 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2019-12-09. 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.
Click the » on an artist to go to their Spotify page.