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Aztec violinist, guitarist, ritual specialists, young girls, one old woman»
Tzotzil trumpet and reed-flute players, drummer»
Huastecan Aztec ritual dancers, violinist, guitarist»
The fiscal of the town of Chamula and his wife»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, ritual specialists, young girls, dancers»
Yaqui musician simultaneously playing flute and drum»
Male Tzotzil singers, guitarist, harpist»
Ah Chuen»
Tzotzil harpist»
Peyote cult shaman, two male singers, participants»
Male Yaqui singers with rasping sticks and water drum»
Huichol singers, drummer»
Male Seri singer»
Ismael Corchado»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, male dancers with rattles»
Cantos Huicholes»
Grupo Nahucalli»
Juan Carlos Portillo»
Ramiro Ramírez»
Huehuecuicatl»
Wicholly Broders»
Bernard Fort»
Zompantli»
Antiguo»
Humberto Álvarez»
Tzotzollin»
Alyosha Barreiro»
K' Inich Jannab`»
KUXTAL»
Luis Perez»
Yaqui harpist, violinists»
Markyño»
Arkhanoth»
Luis Marquez»
Ehecatl»
Concheros de Jalostotitlan»
Mez-Me»
Jorge Reyes»
Covarrubias Project»
DJ Gerard LaInnovaciónAuditiva»
TRIBU»
Xavier Quijas Yxayotl»
Papo Lopez»
Jorge Reyes Valencia»
Los Concheros De Ernesto Ortiz Ramirez»
Paco Rocha Moreno»
Abraham Endoqui»
El Príncipe Azteca»
Cora shaman with mitote»
Adoración al Sol»
japanese experimental»
uk contemporary jazz»
danish modern jazz»
musica prehispanica»
spytrack»
vintage french electronic»
swiss experimental»
japanese jazz»
didgeridoo»
new tribe»
belgian modern jazz»
electric bass»
jazz mexicano»
j-indie»
hungarian rock»
magyar alternative»
belarusian rock»
swedish alternative rock»
candy pop»
k-rock»
brazilian rock»
belarusian indie»
puerto rican rock»
j-rock»
japanese alternative rock»
j-pop»
rock alternativo brasileiro»
australian talent show»
indonesian punk»
modern country rock»
panamanian rock»
rock chapin»
indie extremena»
@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 3,971 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-02-24. 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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