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Tzotzil trumpet and reed-flute players, drummer»
Male Seri singer»
Male Yaqui singers with rasping sticks and water drum»
The fiscal of the town of Chamula and his wife»
Male Tzotzil singers, guitarist, harpist»
Huastecan Aztec ritual dancers, violinist, guitarist»
Ah Chuen»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, ritual specialists, young girls, dancers»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, ritual specialists, young girls, one old woman»
Tzotzil harpist»
Huichol singers, drummer»
Yaqui musician simultaneously playing flute and drum»
Peyote cult shaman, two male singers, participants»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, male dancers with rattles»
Cantos Huicholes»
Grupo Nahucalli»
Huehuecuicatl»
Ramiro Ramírez»
Wicholly Broders»
Bernard Fort»
Zompantli»
Antiguo»
Humberto Álvarez»
Tzotzollin»
K' Inich Jannab`»
KUXTAL»
Yaqui harpist, violinists»
Jorge Reyes»
Juan Carlos Portillo»
Markyño»
Arkhanoth»
Luis Marquez»
Ehecatl»
Luis Perez»
Concheros de Jalostotitlan»
Mez-Me»
Covarrubias Project»
DJ Gerard LaInnovaciónAuditiva»
Xavier Quijas Yxayotl»
Papo Lopez»
TRIBU»
Jorge Reyes Valencia»
Paco Rocha Moreno»
Los Concheros De Ernesto Ortiz Ramirez»
Abraham Endoqui»
El Príncipe Azteca»
Cora shaman with mitote»
Alyosha Barreiro»
Ismael Corchado»
Adoración al Sol»
danish modern jazz»
jazz tico»
spytrack»
vintage french electronic»
swiss experimental»
belgian modern jazz»
italian jazz fusion»
uk contemporary jazz»
musica indigena mexicana»
chinese jazz»
japanese experimental»
turkish modern jazz»
musica prehispanica»
didgeridoo»
j-indie»
fussball»
belarusian rock»
german rock»
panamanian rock»
puerto rican rock»
hungarian rock»
pop rock brasileiro»
rock caipira»
magyar alternative»
swedish alternative rock»
indie extremena»
okinawan pop»
rock alagoano»
indonesian punk»
classic j-rock»
brazilian rock»
belarusian indie»
j-rock»
j-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 5,002 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-10-22. 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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